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I have a .csv (please see screenshot) that has a dataport field called "Unit of Measure Code", this is going to import information to the production order component, but each time i imported it, the default unit of measure from the item card gets populated instead of the code that i have on the file.
What i noticed is, this is only happening to items with multiple UOM code.
In the OnAfterImportRecord Trigger of the DataItem, assign the UOM value again and add MODIFY statement.
I created a variable called UOM and added this code to my dataitem
UnitofMeasureCode := "Unit of Measure Code";
and this works, but not sure if this should be my final code.
You just added that one single statement ?
I was able to figure this out after a very long trial and error.
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