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Field Extender

Field Extender

Field Extender


Has anybody use "Field Extender".
I found out about this from somebody here.

I've visisted their website too but asking for some opinions if this product could help me to achieve the following scenario for my next accpac project:-

1) my client have more than one descriptions for an item and this description differs from customer to customer.
The different item descriptions is required when they are creating Sales Order

2) My client customer have more than one billing address and accpac only provides one address for one customer.
Can i create many addresses but still belong to the same customer code.

Hoping for some suggestions...

RE: Field Extender

hahsia -

It's a really cool product in the right situation.  I only have one client using it, but it was perfect for them.  The vendor has been extremely helpful with customizations, so if your tables aren't included, they just might add them quickly.

Note that the word on the street is that Accpac 5.3 is going to allow much more flexible use of optional fields, so Field Extender may be soon out of a market.


Jay Converse
IT Director
Systemlink, Inc.

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