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New record via BPM

New record via BPM

New record via BPM

(OP)
How do I create a new record via BPM.  For example, when the Part type is changed to 'M', I need to populate the part rev and op table with new records.

RE: New record via BPM

(OP)
Am I correct in thinking I can add new records via BPM by:
- Calling a business object
OR
- Calling using Progress Program to write records

If I was to do the former, do I just need to call the Part.GetNewPartRev and use the INPUT command to assign the values?  Am I correct?

Michael

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