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Old 23rd March 2019, 17:45
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Baan: 10.7, 10.6, 10.5 - DB: Oracle, MSSQL - OS: Windows / Linux
ODM ''add attachmment'' Vs ''connect object''
Baan: ERP LN 6.1 FP11 (Infor ERP 10.5)
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Hi all,

can I ask you please what is the difference between ''add attachment'' and ''connect object'' in ODM?

I read the manual but I'm not sure I understood the difference in simple words.

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