Quick Search Blank Title 77515

I just made my first quick search for suppliers. everything seems to work OK.
It sorts vendor groups using the radio buttons.
I pick my supplier from the list but it does not fill in the supplier number when I select OK

What did I miss?

Gary Wojtowicz
AJR Industries, Inc.


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I am trying to create a quick search on the Job Scheduling Board...Selection tab...Job field. I right click on the jobnum field (DataSource = SchedControl; DataField = JobNum) and select QuickSearch. I have a BAQ that has the JobPart.JobNum (I've also tried JobHead.JobNum, and JobAsmbl.JobNum) that I am trying to use for the BAQ. I enter a new QuickSearchId, Description, use the BAQ with the JobPart.JobNum (tried JobHead.JobNum and JobAsmbl.JobNum), and set the Return Column to JobPart.JobNum. The Context Key (Like) field is pre-populated with SchedControl.JobNum and cannot be changed. I click save and get the Error "The like table ID is not valid". How do I tie the SchedControl.JobNum field to JobPart.JobNum, or is there another table that I should be using to get the jobnum?

We are using Vantage 8.03.407. Thanks in advance for the help!
I created a BAQ to search for Quote Line revisions. Then linked it to a Quick Search in "Opportunity/Quote Entry" in the Quote number field. I would like to setup the Quick Search BAQ to only lookup the lines for the currently viewed Quote. It returns all lines for all quotes. I have looked it up in the Epicor Tools User Guide and there is no hint at how to do it there. Can I setup the Quick Search (BAQ) to only return lines for the currently viewed Quote number?

Thanks,
Dave
8.03.407C P
Look at the quick search maintenance...There is a tab "Criteria", you
can set the criteria type to "prompt"...For example, we use this for
Sales Orders...The user will need to enter the sales order number to
bring up the related sales order info (instead of sales order info for
all sales orders). So, it does not automatically do the link, but your
user would have to enter the quote number to view the related lines for
the quote...



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Sent: Thursday, February 04, 2010 12:16 PM
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Subject: [Vantage] Quick Search





I created a BAQ to search for Quote Line revisions. Then linked it to a
Quick Search in "Opportunity/Quote Entry" in the Quote number field. I
would like to setup the Quick Search BAQ to only lookup the lines for
the currently viewed Quote. It returns all lines for all quotes. I have
looked it up in the Epicor Tools User Guide and there is no hint at how
to do it there. Can I setup the Quick Search (BAQ) to only return lines
for the currently viewed Quote number?

Thanks,
Dave
8.03.407C P





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Karen,

I have set it up for a Quote number prompt and search. I sure would think with all the customization possibilities, It could be trained to pick up the Quote number automatically from the current open quote? Thanks for the suggestion though. This solution appears to be working.

Dave

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "Karen Schoenung" <kschoenung@...> wrote:
>
> Look at the quick search maintenance...There is a tab "Criteria", you
> can set the criteria type to "prompt"...For example, we use this for
> Sales Orders...The user will need to enter the sales order number to
> bring up the related sales order info (instead of sales order info for
> all sales orders). So, it does not automatically do the link, but your
> user would have to enter the quote number to view the related lines for
> the quote...
Dave,


The only other way might be a dashboard that is subscribed or
published...I have not done too much with that, but you may want to look
at it.


Karen



From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf
Of ofcwiz
Sent: Friday, February 05, 2010 12:04 PM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Vantage] Re: Quick Search





Karen,

I have set it up for a Quote number prompt and search. I sure would
think with all the customization possibilities, It could be trained to
pick up the Quote number automatically from the current open quote?
Thanks for the suggestion though. This solution appears to be working.

Dave

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com <mailto:vantage%40yahoogroups.com> ,
"Karen Schoenung" <kschoenung@...> wrote:
>
> Look at the quick search maintenance...There is a tab "Criteria", you
> can set the criteria type to "prompt"...For example, we use this for
> Sales Orders...The user will need to enter the sales order number to
> bring up the related sales order info (instead of sales order info for
> all sales orders). So, it does not automatically do the link, but your
> user would have to enter the quote number to view the related lines
for
> the quote...





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