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Macola Line Item Comments

Macola Line Item Comments

Macola Line Item Comments

I see line comments in an order. I can review the line comments in OELINCMT_SQL if I do so by order number. I know the comments apply to my example item because I checked to make sure the example item in on my example order. What I cannot figure is how to make comments to an item in Macola? Where do the line comments come that are specific to an item? How, in Macola, can I update or add any Item specific comments.

RE: Macola Line Item Comments

Note/Text maintenance on the BOM&IM tab (assuming ES or 10). These are held in the imitmnot_sql table. They are designed to be applied to specific modules and document types so they work differently than OE line order header comments.

Peter Shirley

RE: Macola Line Item Comments

Peter.. right you are and thanks. That was exactly what I was looking for and that answered my question. Thank you so much for being spot on.

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