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List of New Items

List of New Items

List of New Items

(OP)
Hi Professionals,

Do any of you guys know how to list the lastest created new items? My boss asked me to figure out, but i have no clue how to do that.

Thank you very much

RE: List of New Items

A crystal report would probably work, provided there is a date/time stamp in the database indicating when the item was created.

Software Sales, Training, Implementation and Support for Macola, eSynergy, and Crystal Reports
www.gainfocus.biz

RE: List of New Items

Can you tell us what new items.  Is this new invoices, new parts, new customers, what?

Bill Couture

RE: List of New Items

(OP)
new products which have been created in the system within a certain period. Is there any way to show them as a list? Only the newly created products' names. for instance, I want to know what new items have been added to the system yesterday.

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