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Next Numeric Template for Extender


Action Name: Next Numeric Customer Number

Action ID: NEXT_CUST_TMP

Solution: Next Numeric Template

This action will set the next Customer Number automatically. It will start with 000000000000001 and each time a new customer is created, it will increase by 1. The incrementing happens by searching the RM_Customer_MSTR for the last Customer Number in the table.  This action fires when the Customer Maintenance window is opened or anytime a new record is selected.

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Action Name: Next Numeric Employee ID

Action ID: NEXT_EMP_TMP

Solution: Next Numeric Template

This action will set the next Employee ID automatically. It will start with 000000000000001 and each time a new employee is created, it will increase by 1. The incrementing happens by searching the UPR_MSTR for the last Employee ID in the table.  This action fires when the Employee Maintenance window is opened or anytime a new record is selected.

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Action Name: Next Numeric Item Number

Action ID: NEXT_ITEM_TMP

Solution: Next Numeric Template

This action will set the next Item Number automatically. It will start with 000000000000001 and each time a new item is created, it will increase by 1. The incrementing happens by searching the IV_Item_MSTR for the last Item Number in the table.  This action fires when the Item Maintenance window is opened or anytime a new record is selected.

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Action Name: Next Numeric Vendor ID

Action ID: NEXT_VEND_TMP

Solution: Next Numeric Template

This action will set the next Vendor ID automatically. It will start with 000000000000001 and each time a new vendor is created, it will increase by 1. The incrementing happens by searching the PM_Vendor_MSTR for the last Vendor ID in the table.  This action fires when the Vendor Maintenance window is opened or anytime a new record is selected.

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Note:
These templates are designed to be a starting place for your reporting needs.  While we try to make them as accurate as possible, we always recommend you check them with your data as we don’t guarantee their results.  Differences in how data is entered and used in Microsoft Dynamics GP can produce different results with these templates.

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