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Old 6th November 2018, 06:34
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Estimstion sheet for development
Baan: ERP LN 6.1 FP11 (Infor ERP 10.5)
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Hi all

i'm new to LN.....i have an requirement to create an estimation sheet for development[PIC attached]....

Two forms has to be created one for material cost and other for operation cost.....Two forms has to linked with ID...

The operations in operation cost has to come from operation master table for each new record.....

it would be great if anyone could suggest how to approach this??????

and is it possible to dynamically add multiple text fields in form for each new record???



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Old 7th November 2018, 05:40
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My initial reaction is that you seem to have a pretty good set up for this in a spreadsheet. That will provide the most flexibility for this type of functionality. I do not believe this is integrated with any data in BAAN so I do not see any advantage in developing this in BAAN. Except for academic reasons of learning BAAN 4GL development.

Having said that, the first step will be to define the different tables and their fields and their inter-relationships. Example Material Master, Operations Master, etc. After that it should be possible to develop data maintenance and reporting sessions. But one has to remember, that it is going to be very rigid once it is developed and not very easy to keep changing on a whim.
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