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Referenced document(s)
In FD, what is the meaning of referenced document?
Some blocks in Process Mgmt acts on referenced document.

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05-06-2014 01:16 PM
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RE: Referenced document(s)
A referenced document is a document which has a reference to an other document.
Normally the reference is an index field on both documents with the same index values.
Example:
You have an order number on an invoice and also on a delivery note. Then the order number (index value) is the reference to e.g. find both documents.
05-09-2014 01:05 PM
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RE: Referenced document(s)
Hi Paperboy

Thank you for the reply.
I had the same understanding... but I was testing this feature in the 'Set field to value' block of process mgmt (FD v3.0.0.88) and it is not working that way.
I was puzzled!!
I reported the issue and the latest: I was provided v3.0.0.89.

Thanks anyways...

Regards
Hitesh
05-12-2014 08:48 AM
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RE: Referenced document(s)
(05-12-2014 08:48 AM)hitesh Wrote:  Hi Paperboy

Thank you for the reply.
I had the same understanding... but I was testing this feature in the 'Set field to value' block of process mgmt (FD v3.0.0.88) and it is not working that way.
I was puzzled!!
I reported the issue and the latest: I was provided v3.0.0.89.

Thanks anyways...

Hi Hitesh,

no need to get puzzled ...
05-15-2014 03:49 PM
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