E9: "Intercepting" Sales Order MemoHelper

Hi All,

We noticed that when creating a memo in Order Entry, the memo is related to which ever view is active (OrderHed, OrderDtl, or OrderRel).
I am trying to force all Memos to be associated with OrderHed, regardless of the active view.
I was able to create a method directive on Memo that forces the ReleatedTo field to equal “OrderHed”, which works well.
The only downside is that this creates issues with the BitFlag field because this is set from the UI, after the memo screen is closed, as opposed to a “database trigger” (Progress).
The BitFlag for the current view is set to indicate that Memos exist even though it does not.

I think that leaves me with a couple of choices. Shift the bit back to remove the hasMemo bit or intercept the call to the Memo Helper so that it thinks the calls are always from OrderHed.

Any feedback on either approach? It always takes me a while to comb through .Net Reflector so I thought I would poise the challenge here in case someone else tackled a similar task.

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