Work Order Report Help with field name


M

Mickie

If this is the code to get a item description column, what is the field name
for the item COMMENT that we entered when making the work order.
We put the eBay item number in the item comments field-Ctrl F10 (not the
transaction comment field-Shft F9).


Begin Column
FieldName = "Item.Description"
DrillDownFieldName = ""
DrillDownReportName = ""
Title = "Description"
VBDataType = vbString
Formula = ""
ColHidden = False
ColNotDisplayable = False
FilterDisabled = False
ColWidth = 2130
GroupMethod = groupmethodNone
ColFormat = ""
ColAlignment = flexAlignLeftCenter
End Column
 
G

Glenn Adams [MVP - Retail Mgmt]

It's TransactionEntry.Comment
You should be able to find a TransactionEntry.* column in your report to
work from. The dataType should be vbString

Glenn Adams
Tiber Creek Consulting
http://www.tibercreek.com
(e-mail address removed)
 
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M

Mickie

Thanks Glen, that did the trick!!

I just figured out how to attach to the database from MS access. Now I can
see all the tables and field names. That will halp tremendoously.

Now, I just need a good XML WYSIWYG editor......

anyone?
 
G

Glenn Adams [MVP - Retail Mgmt]

XMLSpy.



Thanks Glen, that did the trick!!

I just figured out how to attach to the database from MS access. Now I can
see all the tables and field names. That will halp tremendoously.

Now, I just need a good XML WYSIWYG editor......

anyone?
 
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Glenn Adams [MVP - Retail Mgmt]

Actually, there is no editor that will show you what the output of a
receipt format will be if that's what you mean. XMLSpy is a great XML
editor, but the RMS receipt language is really a macro language that is
only meaningful within RMS...
 

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