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wawan

Member
Re Hi,

See the KG document ott-99-0006 (Custom data dictionary items). It explains
the naming convention for custom data dictionary items.

Regards.

Erwan


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Erwan ROUDAUT (UNILOG - BBA)

Xe SP 13 - RS/6000 - Oracle 8.1.5 - Citrix

e-mail : projet.jde@lms.lafarge.com

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Axel <axel-f@gmx.net>@jdelist.com le 22/03/2001 10:29:58

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Objet : New Data Dictionary Item Naming Convention


Can someone please explain me the right naming convention for new data
dictionary items.

Up to now we used a $ sign followed by a maximum of 4 letter alias see
example below

Alias: $DGR
Product Code: 56
Description: DispoGroup


We didn't had any problems with this but is this naming convention save for
upgrade to Xe?

Any help or white papers would be greatly appreciated.


Axel

axel-f@gmx.net
JDE OW 7332 SP 11.3, AS400


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