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We have created a Configuration Package for tables 38 and 39. It works for importing data already containing a Purchase Order number.
But, we want the ability to import this data to create new Purchase Order numbers.
So, we have tested leaving that field blank in the Excel source files for both tables.
Obviously, this doesn't work.
Can Configuration Packages be used to create new transaction numbers like this?
I am not a programmer, but have an idea... why not include the PO Number in the Import that is a specific PO Number Series. Then whomever is responsible for this just adds the next Number range to the Import file before importing.
Just a thought.
Good suggestion you got from Steve there.
Because you are importing both head and lines they need to be assigned a number before you can do the import.
Because the purchase header no. is a part of the primary key on the lines.
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