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For ERP LN feature pack upgrade, what method of install are you using?
Installation Wizard into existing VRC
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Manual into existing VRC
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Old 23rd February 2004, 13:30
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How to 'play' the PVS-game?

Hi all,

Watch this:
I am trying to find out what to do in the following case:
I insert an order-line using PCF.
I do NOT create PVS for this Salesorder (yet) !
However, I want to make a report on which I want to print all the options and text AS IF the orderline has been PVS'd.
I know the CPVA of the orderline.
I guess I have to start in tipcf520 and find Itemcode and dsca (text) and stuff in tipcf300.
But I have a problem finding out which items of tipcf300 I should select; the Constraints look like this:
c: [00000p] is {"2000", "3000"} ... and so on

My question:
How should I handle these constraints ?
Are there standard routines, or do I have to find out myself how to bend these constrainttexts to programcode?

I would be very thankful !!
Hans.
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Old 25th February 2004, 08:36
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Have a look at the #include file (function) tipcf0200 that contains the pcf interpreter. Btw. the constraints are stored line-by-line in tipcf210.

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