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A way to limit bin creation...

A way to limit bin creation...

A way to limit bin creation...

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Does anyone know of a way to limit bin creation to a certain naming convention or even to lock new bin creation down so only the existing bins are available and new bins would have to be created by a supervisor, etc.?

RE: A way to limit bin creation...

Standard Macola menu option security by user can lock out bin creation to only certain users. This would address the Bin Master under IM->Maintain->Bin Master.

On the receiving side, the users can create ANY bin. This is considered a feature as it automatically creates the IMINVBIN record as well as receives the item. If you own Flexibility (aka VBA for Macola) you could write a simple piece of code to ensure the value entered is an existing IMINVBIN record.

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