BPM on Job Entry

Sometimes there is a problem with Adapters. I mean that you'll not be
able to catch AdapterMethod for each adapter in Vantage. Some of
them are NOT raising an event because they were codded that way.

The good example here could be a DefaultJobNum method within LaborEntry
adapter. I was trying to use a MessageBox.Show statement in
AfterAdapter method. The trace log was showing that method was executed
but MessageBox.Show statment was never executed.

Vantage BUG - another :)

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Grzegorz Szczepański

Dnia Wed, 20 May 2009 13:40:40 -0700 (PDT)
Robert Brown <robertb_versa@...> napisał(a):

> Try testing for JobProd.ProdQty = 0 instead? (JobHead.ProdQty is
> derived from this unless you are making multiple parts on the Job -
> then you'd have to look at the appropriate field(s) in JobPart table).
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> Also -Â The JobEntry adapter has a GetDetails method - but essentially
> all it does is launch another Form/Application... I wonder if this
> somehow complicates things (from a BPM perspective).
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> Have you tried doing this via a Job Entry client VB customization
> (BeforeAdapterMethod would be event trigger type)?
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> Some things are easier to do on the client side than server side (via
> BPM) - and vice-versa.
>
> Good luck with it.
>
> Rob
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> From: melissa hietala <kevmel822@...>
> To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 12:49:44 PM
> Subject: [Vantage] BPM on Job Entry
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> I am attempting to create a BPM that will not allow a user to "Get
> Details" when the  JobHead.ProdQty = 0. I have been down a few
> different routes and haven't been able to get anything to work. Does
> anybody have any thoughts on how this could be accomplished?
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> Thank you,
> Â Dustin Biniek
> UMC, Inc.
> DustinB@ultramc. com
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I am attempting to create a BPM that will not allow a user to "Get Details" when the  JobHead.ProdQty = 0. I have been down a few different routes and haven't been able to get anything to work. Does anybody have any thoughts on how this could be accomplished?

Thank you,
 Dustin Biniek
UMC, Inc.
DustinB@...




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Try testing for JobProd.ProdQty = 0 instead? (JobHead.ProdQty is derived from this unless you are making multiple parts on the Job - then you'd have to look at the appropriate field(s) in JobPart table).

Also -Â The JobEntry adapter has a GetDetails method - but essentially all it does is launch another Form/Application... I wonder if this somehow complicates things (from a BPM perspective).

Have you tried doing this via a Job Entry client VB customization (BeforeAdapterMethod would be event trigger type)?

Some things are easier to do on the client side than server side (via BPM) - and vice-versa.

Good luck with it.

Rob




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From: melissa hietala <kevmel822@...>
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 12:49:44 PM
Subject: [Vantage] BPM on Job Entry





I am attempting to create a BPM that will not allow a user to "Get Details" when the  JobHead.ProdQty = 0. I have been down a few different routes and haven't been able to get anything to work. Does anybody have any thoughts on how this could be accomplished?

Thank you,
 Dustin Biniek
UMC, Inc.
DustinB@ultramc. com

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I was wondering the same thing..i did a quick trace on the process and
wasn't seeing any data in the jobentry dataset, so youd have a little
trouble setting any criteria based on ttjobhead.



Rob Bucek

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Try testing for JobProd.ProdQty = 0 instead? (JobHead.ProdQty is derived
from this unless you are making multiple parts on the Job - then you'd
have to look at the appropriate field(s) in JobPart table).

Also - The JobEntry adapter has a GetDetails method - but essentially
all it does is launch another Form/Application... I wonder if this
somehow complicates things (from a BPM perspective).

Have you tried doing this via a Job Entry client VB customization
(BeforeAdapterMethod would be event trigger type)?

Some things are easier to do on the client side than server side (via
BPM) - and vice-versa.

Good luck with it.

Rob

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From: melissa hietala <kevmel822@...
<mailto:kevmel822%40yahoo.com> >
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com <mailto:vantage%40yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2009 12:49:44 PM
Subject: [Vantage] BPM on Job Entry

I am attempting to create a BPM that will not allow a user to "Get
Details" when the JobHead.ProdQty = 0. I have been down a few
different routes and haven't been able to get anything to work. Does
anybody have any thoughts on how this could be accomplished?

Thank you,
Dustin Biniek
UMC, Inc.
DustinB@ultramc. com

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