POP Featured Items (POP40300)

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Product: Microsoft Dynamics GP (0)
Series: Purchasing

Display Name: POP Featured Items
Physical Name: POP40300
Technical Name: popFeaturedItems

Group Display Name: Purchasing Setup
Group Technical Name: Purchasing Setup

Seq NoPhysical NameDisplay NameDexterity Data TypeSQL Data TypeLength
1ITEMNMBR SearchItem NumberSTR30_Item_NumberString30
Key to the Item Master (IV00101).

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       ['POP Featured Items'].ITEMNMBR AS 'POP Featured Items-Item Number'
       ,['Item Master'].ITEMNMBR AS 'Item Master-Item Number'
       POP40300 AS ['POP Featured Items']
       IV00101 AS ['Item Master']
                     ['POP Featured Items'].ITEMNMBR = ['Item Master'].ITEMNMBR
2ORD SearchOrdLI_Sequence_NumberLong Integer10
3UOFM SearchU Of MU_Of_MString8
The unit of measure. The value in this field must exist in Inventory.
4UNITCOST SearchUnit CostDLR17_RBS0_UTR$Currency17
5VENDORID SearchVendor IDSTR_15_Vendor_IDString15
Key to the PM Vendor Master File (PM00200).

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       ['POP Featured Items'].VENDORID AS 'POP Featured Items-Vendor ID'
       ,['PM Vendor Master File'].VENDORID AS 'PM Vendor Master File-Vendor ID'
       POP40300 AS ['POP Featured Items']
       PM00200 AS ['PM Vendor Master File']
                     ['POP Featured Items'].VENDORID = ['PM Vendor Master File'].VENDORID
6ITEMDESC SearchItem DescriptionSTR100String100
7NONINVEN SearchNon IVINT1Integer1
Used to indicate whether an item is an inventory item or non-inventory item.

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0	Inventory item
1	Non-inventory item
8DECPLCUR SearchDecimal Places CurrencyDDL_Decimal_Places_DollarsInteger0
Number of decimal places for the currency values, based on the item's settings.

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7	0 decimals
8	1
9	2
10	3
11	4
12	5
9DEX_ROW_ID Searchintint10

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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