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Dynamic header information on invoices

Dynamic header information on invoices

Dynamic header information on invoices

(OP)
I'm looking for some guidance or opinions on invoices.

We have a DBA which sells a limited set of our inventory, and we want invoices for customers of this DBA to reflect the DBA information instead of the main company information. Every customer of this DBA will be a specific customer type, so I am thinking that based on the customer type, via Crystal I can change which Page header (or information in the Page header) is displayed on macoeinvfrm.rpt.

Has anyone tried this, or does anyone know if there is a better way to do this?


RE: Dynamic header information on invoices

Yes, add additional page header sections as needed to accommodate the DBA. You can even add the logos. Then conditionally suppress or display the old and new page header sections based on customer type. Customer type may not be in the set of fields currently passed to the macoeinvfrm.rpt, but you can add the arcusfil_sql view to the report and get to that piece of data.

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RE: Dynamic header information on invoices

(OP)
Don, Thanks for your reply. I did exactly that. I joined arcusfile_sql to the report via cus_no, added a page header, and wrote a suppression formula in the header if the customer type is not of a specific type. I haven't tested because I have been away from the office, but will be doing the same to quotes, then testing them all out.

Thanks again for your reply!

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