Parts in Jobs Blank Title 62810

The only reliable Job detail Mtl tree icon behavior is the checked mark (material fully issued).

The green (ATP OK) and red (ATP not OK) circles haven't worked through 403D.

Suggest you use Action menu Job/Material Status check instead.

The actual tables used by the impenetrable (without the SDK) tree view object are unknown to me. I've always suspected it is doing a Mtl-at-a-time real time (and faulty) ATP check (which potentially explains the sluggish app response time issues I consistently see on jobs with more than 5-10 materials required).

3 tables DO exist that would be a better basis for this: PegDmnMst, PegLink, & PegSuppMst - but they are only as accurate to your last multi-level-pegging process run.

The temp table(s) used by Time Phase Inquiry are generated on the fly by the app and seem to follow the same paradigm as the 3 Peg... tables.

Rob Brown
"Dale R. Kalsow" <dale.r.kalsow@...> wrote:
Good Morning Everyone,

I have a question on jobs and how vantage calculates if it needs to
purchase parts to full fill that job. I know that in the JobMtl table
is all the parts for a job. Does anyone know where Vantage stores the
information on weather or not it has enough parts to be used on the job.
In other words what table changes the icon from a tag with a red circle
to an empty tag?

Thanks!

Dale Kalsow | Information Technologies Director
__________________________________________________________
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I know I've done this before but cannot remember how,

Having calculated a value in a Crystal subreport, how can I pass the value
back and make it available to the 'main' form/report?

Hope a Crystal guru out there can help!

Regards,
Richard

Richard Bailey
Dudley Industries
Mailto: rbailey@...
Tel: +44(0)1253 738311
Hi Richard



You need to declare the variable in the sub report as a shared variable.
This makes it available to the main. I don't remember the syntax but
the crystal help should cover it.



Mark D



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From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of Richard Bailey
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2008 8:06 AM
To: UserGroup
Subject: [Vantage] SubReport Calculated Value



I know I've done this before but cannot remember how,

Having calculated a value in a Crystal subreport, how can I pass the
value
back and make it available to the 'main' form/report?

Hope a Crystal guru out there can help!

Regards,
Richard

Richard Bailey
Dudley Industries
Mailto: rbailey@...
<mailto:rbailey%40dudleyindustries.co.uk>
Tel: +44(0)1253 738311





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Insert --> subreport....is this what you were looking for?



M. Manasa Reddy
manasa@...
P: 630-806-2000
F: 630-806-2001


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Of Richard Bailey
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2008 7:06 AM
To: UserGroup
Subject: [Vantage] SubReport Calculated Value



I know I've done this before but cannot remember how,

Having calculated a value in a Crystal subreport, how can I pass the
value
back and make it available to the 'main' form/report?

Hope a Crystal guru out there can help!

Regards,
Richard

Richard Bailey
Dudley Industries
Mailto: rbailey@...
<mailto:rbailey%40dudleyindustries.co.uk>
Tel: +44(0)1253 738311






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This should help

http://diamond.businessobjects.com/node/251


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I know I've done this before but cannot remember how,

Having calculated a value in a Crystal subreport, how can I pass the
value
back and make it available to the 'main' form/report?

Hope a Crystal guru out there can help!

Regards,
Richard

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Dudley Industries
Mailto: rbailey@...
<mailto:rbailey%40dudleyindustries.co.uk>
Tel: +44(0)1253 738311






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Also don't forget that any variable that you want to pass between the subreport and main report has to be declared (in both reports) as a Shared variable.

Ahmet Erispaha
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Manasa Reddy <manasa@...> wrote:
Insert --> subreport....is this what you were looking for?



M. Manasa Reddy
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F: 630-806-2001


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From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of Richard Bailey
Sent: Friday, February 22, 2008 7:06 AM
To: UserGroup
Subject: [Vantage] SubReport Calculated Value

I know I've done this before but cannot remember how,

Having calculated a value in a Crystal subreport, how can I pass the
value
back and make it available to the 'main' form/report?

Hope a Crystal guru out there can help!

Regards,
Richard

Richard Bailey
Dudley Industries
Mailto: rbailey@...
<mailto:rbailey%40dudleyindustries.co.uk>
Tel: +44(0)1253 738311

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Good Morning Everyone,



I have a question on jobs and how vantage calculates if it needs to
purchase parts to full fill that job. I know that in the JobMtl table
is all the parts for a job. Does anyone know where Vantage stores the
information on weather or not it has enough parts to be used on the job.
In other words what table changes the icon from a tag with a red circle
to an empty tag?



Thanks!



Dale Kalsow | Information Technologies Director
____________________________________________________________________
Determan Brownie, Inc. | 1241 72nd Avenue NE | Minneapolis, MN 55432

* Phone: (763) 502-9689 | * Fax: (763) 571-1789

* dale.r.kalsow@... | * http://determan.com/



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