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Smartlist Builder Go Tos

Smartlist Builder Go Tos

Smartlist Builder Go Tos

I am using GP10.  I have built a smartlist and I now want to add a 'Go To' to it.  

I am integrating other non-dyanmaics databases with dynamics and am using data from a customer to that I have stored in one of these other databases to automatically build a BOM.  I have the data all set up in a view and have created a stored procedure to do the update based on parameters sent to it.  

The smart list is checked weekly and if anything shows up on it the manufacturing engineer has to build a BOM based on the customers information.

What I want to do is when the engineer clicks on a selected row in the smart list it will run the procedure and populate the BOM.

In the smart list builder I have found how to add 'Go Tos' however when I try to add a procedure it will only give me 5 procedures to choose from and they are only from the Microsoft Dynamics GP module.  I get no other procedures from any other module.

How do I make my stored procedure available on the list in the 'Go Tos'?  I cannot find anything in the help about this and would like to avoid opening a help ticket with GP.


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