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Deb Wilson
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Multiple prefixes for PO's
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Posted: Jun 10, 2015   
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Xavier Pechadre
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Hello, We have the same problem for customer's orders. Our solution is to use the 36.2.21.1 to create a new number range ( POM or POC for you ). In PO maintenance, if you can add something like this v-chrono = "". {gprun.i ""gpnrmgv.p"" "(code_POM, input-output v-chrono, output errorst, output errornum)" } if errorst or v-chrono = "" then do: {pxmsg.i &MSGNUM=errornum &ERRORLEVEL=3} sonbr = input so_nbr. end. else sonbr = v-chrono. It's just an idea. Best regards.
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Replied: Jun 12, 2015
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Raymond Chin Kwie Joe
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Xavier: If I type POM I get the next sequential number from the POM range, example: "POM123456" . If I type POC I get the next sequential number from the POC range, example "POC456789". Would that be the result of the solution you suggest?
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Replied: Jun 12, 2015
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Xavier Pechadre
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Hello, in QADSE, you can only have one PO prefix at the same time ( popopm.p). Best regards.
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Replied: Jun 15, 2015
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Phill Norrey
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You cannot have two different prefix codes running automatically in QAD but you could use other fields to give you what you want. Reading your initial problem you say you have military and commercial suppliers. As long as these are different then you could use the supplier type to split it into two groups. If this is already in use then you would need another field. The easiest one to use if you do not have one available on the supplier is 2.9 list type and mark each military supplier with one code and commercial with another. then you would need a report that displays the information you need but allows you to select by the field you decide to group them with
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Replied: Jun 17, 2015
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Deb Wilson
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Thank you all for your information! It has been very helpful.
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Replied: Jun 24, 2015
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