I think it turned out to be in Document Type Maintenance… and I honestly don’t know what changed… the settings are the same as they were before. Thanks for all your collective help!
I agree with @jbryant - need to make the viewing work for sure.
The ECM connection is used for both submitting and viewing from within the ERP client, so if you can submit then the connection is good and you should be able to view them.
Do you have anything set in Document Association Maintenance? It stores view/print commands for certain document extensions.
Gald we could help!
@jbryant when you brought in the partrev table where did you link your alternate method and processmfgid fields to in the job tables?
@Nicholas_Mueller If I’m understanding the question, I didn’t add anything to those fields.
@MikeGross is by far the ECM (Docstar) guru!
I love this forum, and I love Mike.
What’s fascinating to me is that this post started by @jbryant, mentions he knows little about ECM and then some months later he is back on a post he made asking for help, but this time he’s providing the help!
That’s what it’s all about people!
I was going to say @josecgomez I could probably present using the barcode module in ECM to split documents and file them if there is any time you need filled with something at insights.
With @MikeGross 's help, of course, I was able to use the barcode splitting and reading in ECM to create a document workflow that ultimately attaches packing slip paperwork to the receipt in Epicor. That way when AP is paying a PO invoice, they can reference it as a related document when they are questioning the receipt.
Not sure if we need someone to present but I could do that if we are fielding presenters again.
Thanks @utaylor , appreciate the comment and completely agree. The folks on here are fantastic resources and a wealth of knowledge.
Thanks to all!
I turn my back on the forum for an hour… I love you guys!
And @gpayne and my setups are different enough that we cover the whole gambit almost!
I would not consider myself a Guru, but ECM and IDC are not something you need to be afraid to make changes to.
That comment alone, @gpayne, indicates guru-hood…