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Well, I have a need to use TI to import notes onto Inventory and BOM screens using TI. So I came here and found this...
Exactly what I was looking for, however, the link to the KB article referenced is dead :(
So, how do I use TI to import new BOMs and Inventory items to include notes? Or, where can I find the KB article reference?
Oh, sing SL2015CU2 on SQL 2014.
Thank you for posting to the forum. I was able to locate that old KB. It is old so you might have to tickle it a bit to work in your version of SL.
Note: I checked and the link still works for the attachment link.
How to import data into Note fields using Transaction Import
Article ID : 843947
First Published: 3/10/1998
Last Revised: : 12/24/2014
This article discusses how to import data into Note fields using Transaction Import (98.500.00).
Note An example of the Control Macro for importing into a Note field is available at mbs.microsoft.com/.../TK112407_tinotesv5.zip .
For more information on Transaction Import, see the Transaction Import User Guide, pages 2-18.
1. Modify the Control File that has been generated to include the hard coded values.
2. Locate the field that is to be hard coded. For example, if you are on the Journal Transaction (01.010.00) screen, all Journal Types should be GJ, the ImportField (2) value should be GJ: serr = SetObjectValue ( "cjrnltypeH" , "GJ" ) as opposed to serr = SetObjectValue ( "cjrnltypeH" , ImportField (2) ).
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Thanks! Let me have a read through it and I will post on whether or not it works.
Okay, lots of stuff going on, but I followed the KB, changing stuff for the appropriate screens (I was attempting to import into inventory). Then I ran it, and it didn't work...
So this morning I revisited, looked at the log file, looked at the ctl file, and I think the issue is I am using both a bsl and vba ctl file, which is why I bet it isn't working...
Header from my control macro:
' (Notestr$ = InventoryItem level)
' VBComponent: ThisScreen, ComponentType: 100 **********************************************************
'10250 Control Macro
Sub ProcessImportLine( LevelNumber%, Retval% )
select Case LevelNumber
call AliasConstant( "Level0", "InventoryItem" )
call AliasConstant( "Level1", "CompanyDefaults" )
and the first few lines of the log...
'System Message 8000: Start Processing 15:30:31
'System Message 8042: Transaction Import Processing Combine Edit and Update mode
'System Message 8040: Database Name CPTestApp
'System Message 8071: Macro file is a BSL macro. Attempting to process as VBA.
'System Message 569: Unable to open file snote.dh.
'System Message 8021: Invalid Level specified. Treated as a comment Line
InventoryItem,TEST000000,TESTING NOTES,309M,200,TEST,50,48,"TESTING THE NOTES FOR BRUNO
'System Message 8037: Error, no ending delimiter on the Level/Transaction Type field of the TI data line.
'System Message 2: Data must be entered in this field
'System Message 8013: Error In Field. Control: cinvtid Key Value:
'System Message 8004: Data File Record/Line Number: 1 Column: 0
'This is a line break
'System Message 8029: Screen has been refreshed.
'System Message 6052: Process canceled by user.
So, I guess my question is, how do I call the snote table using VBA or can I take the VBA stuff out?
Perhaps a foolish question, but have the BSL Components been installed?
You know, I was pretty sure it was, we had some old customizations to import when we upgraded, but when I checked the server under programs, nothing showed up, so I installed it or reinstalled it and checked and it still wasn't in the programs list, but I will try and run it again since running the install again.
Okay, so reinstalled the the bsl stuff...ran it again, I forgot that something else happened...
Visual Basic opened, threw and error...
Constants, fixed-length strings, arrays, user-defined types and Decloasr statements not allow as Public members of object modules.
Going to hit google and see what I can find
Okay, so my partner got me going, and it works, almost...
If I have line breaks in the notes, the import fails on the notes with:
System Message 8037: Error, no ending delimiter on the Level/Transaction Type field of the TI data line.
I have tried several ways to get the text in with the line breaks in CRLF, alt+0010, alt+0013, \n, etc.
Hi Chris, I have exactly the same problem (line breaks) when importing subcontract detail line note fields.
Did you find a solution or is it just not possible?
Just some feedback. We have now developed a utility that will import formatted text with line breaks, etc.
The utility imports data from an excel file (set up in accordance with the relevant ctl file), launches the the standard SL TI screen and imports records that include formatted text. For a test we imported 15 pages of VB code per sub_line_item into the subcontract screen with no issues.
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