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Thursday, December 29, 2005

Confirm a Sales Order through code

Over the next few days I am going to post code that walks through the sales life cycle. To start below is code that will take a given SalesId and confirm it.

public boolean confirmSalesOrder(SalesId _salesId)
{
SalesFormletter SalesFormletter;
SalesTable SalesTable;
;

SalesFormletter =
SalesFormletter::construct(DocumentStatus::Confirmation,true);

SalesTable.clear();

SalesTable = SalesTable::find(_salesId);
SalesFormletter.update(SalesTable,
systemDateGet(),
SalesUpdate::All,
AccountOrder::None,
false,
false);

}

This code is straight forward and simple. It has been very useful to me, because we made a lot of changes to the Sales Life cycle of Axapta. What I did was create a Class that contained different methods for taking sales orders through the sales life cycle. Next is Packing Slip Update (when changed the name of this to Delivered.)

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Max Belugin said...

this is more short equivalent
public boolean confirmSalesOrder(SalesId _salesId)
{
SalesTable salesTable = SalesTable::find(_salesId);
SalesFormletter salesFormletter = SalesFormletter::construct(DocumentStatus::Confirmation,true);
;
salesFormletter.update(salesTable, systemDateGet(), SalesUpdate::All, AccountOrder::None,
false, false);

}

Formatted, Translated to Russian and placed at http://erpkb.com/Axapta/KakProgramnoPodtverdit'Zakaz

12:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting.

Very helpfull for me. In my job, I needed exactly that implementation methods.

see you later.

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi All

Is there any way to cancel a Sales Order in code ? I tried DocumentStatus::Cancel and doesnt work.

Thanks

4:36 AM  

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