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Types and Code location

Types and Code location

Types and Code location

Can someone tell me what the DB Table name for codes like Stocking Types, Document Types, UOM Types...ect.


RE: Types and Code location

World or OneWorld???

RE: Types and Code location

Thanks for your reply.
We are running People Soft EnterpriseOne
release B9
service pack 3

I hope this answers your question.


RE: Types and Code location

Yes It does,,, I am a World user,, that is why I ask,, if you hit the Jdelist web site, they have a form especially for Enterprise one.

RE: Types and Code location

Thanks a million

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