I was wondering if anyone in the community has discovered a way where a UNSPSC code can be populated to a requisition (F43E11) via Commodity and UNSPSC relationship.
Following Setups completed:
1.) Commodity Setup Structure (P40500)
2.) Uploaded the UNSPSC code (P40241)
Seems like posting to JDEList anymore is a shot in the dark, but here goes anyway:
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