Assembly Batch History (BM30100)

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Product: Microsoft Dynamics GP (0)
Series: Inventory

Display Name: Assembly Batch History
Physical Name: BM30100
Technical Name: bmBatchHist

Group Display Name: Bill of Materials Transaction History
Group Technical Name: bmTrxHistGroup

Seq NoPhysical NameDisplay NameDexterity Data TypeSQL Data TypeSQL DB LengthKeyable Length
1TRXSORCE SearchTRX SourceSTR13String1413
2BACHNUMB SearchBatch NumberSTR15_LBAUString1615
3BCHSOURC SearchBatch SourceSTR15String1615
4BCHCOMNT SearchBatch CommentSTR60String6260
5BACHFREQ SearchBatch FrequencyDDL_FrequencyInteger20
6PSTGDATE SearchPosting DateDTDate48
7NUMOFTRX SearchNumber Of TRXLI6_U0Long Integer46
8BCHTOTAL SearchBatch TotalDLR19_RBS0_STR$Currency1019
9NOTEINDX SearchNote IndexDLR14Currency1014
Key to the Record Notes Master (SY03900).

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       ['Assembly Batch History'].NOTEINDX AS 'Assembly Batch History-Note Index'
       ,['Record Notes Master'].NOTEINDX AS 'Record Notes Master-Note Index'
       BM30100 AS ['Assembly Batch History']
       SY03900 AS ['Record Notes Master']
                     ['Assembly Batch History'].NOTEINDX = ['Record Notes Master'].NOTEINDX
10ORIGIN SearchOriginDDLInteger20
11APPROVL SearchApprovalCB_ApprovalBoolean20
12APRVLUSERID SearchApproval User IDSTR15_User_IDString1615
The key to the Users Master (SY01400).

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       ['Assembly Batch History'].APRVLUSERID AS 'Assembly Batch History-Approval User ID'
       ,['Users Master'].USERID AS 'Users Master-User ID'
       BM30100 AS ['Assembly Batch History']
       DYNAMICS..SY01400 AS ['Users Master']
                     ['Assembly Batch History'].APRVLUSERID = ['Users Master'].USERID
13APPRVLDT SearchApproval DateDATEDate46
14CNTRLTRX SearchControl TRX CountLI6_U0Long Integer46
15CNTRLTOT SearchControl TotalDLR19_RBS0_UTR$Currency1019
16DEX_ROW_ID Searchintint1010

DEX_ROW_ID is an auto-numbered IDENTITY column used internally by Dexterity for lock management; it should not be used by developers to identify any particular piece of information.

Microsoft MVP Mariano Gomez has a good write up on the DEX_ROW_ID column.

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