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OE sales history table layout

OE sales history table layout

OE sales history table layout

I have to extract OE sales history from macola and I was given a dump of the oelinhst_sql table without any field explanations.
Where can I find a list of field definitions?

RE: OE sales history table layout

The Exact website search for DRM (Developers Reference Manual).

RE: OE sales history table layout

NEmacGuy is correct....the DRM is the best resource for field definitions.

In addition to oelinhst_sql, you may also wish to consider grabbing oehdrhst_sql and possibly your customer table (arcusfil_sql for Progression, cicmpy for ES) to get the most complete picture.  When you join the history tables, make certain you join on ord_type, ord_no, and inv_no.

I actually create a view in my SQL database that joins everything together so I don't have to keep writing the same code over and over again.


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