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Table Link for 10x
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Tim Alessi
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08/01/2017 7:29 AM
    I have links to the objects like the tables for older versions of Lawson, but I need to find a link to the version 10 tables. Does one exist somewhere on this site? The link for a previous version (9) that I have is: https://www.lawsonguru.com/GuruCont...index.html

    I would love to find the same information for Lawson 10.
    Thanks in advance!

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    08/01/2017 11:57 AM
    Tim,
    Your system admin can generate these internally. The system has two tools for this dburf and dbdoc. Together with some very minor scripting, you can generate the version 10 of these pages
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    08/03/2017 1:24 PM
    The data dictionaries and ERDs on this site are unofficial, and are provided by me as an independent consultant. They are not provided by Lawson/Infor. In order to do that, I require access to a client's database, preferably with all, or at least most, system codes. That is the difficult part, since most clients don't have every system code, and as an independent, I don't have access to a demo/development server from Lawson/Infor. If your organization has the majority of the Infor products, don't have many customizations, and would be willing to give me access, please let me know. Originally, the scope was just the S3 (legacy Lawson) tables and needed to be free of customizations (often this required hours of work to exclude them from the final result), and were generated by scripts to create a static, yet interactive, model. At this point, the scope should ideally also cover M3, Landmark LTM/GHR and IPA, etc. etc. Alternatively, I have been designing a way to interactively work against [i]your own[/i] database (with just your installed products, and possibly your customizations) rather than a generic data model. This would potentially be part of my Examiner for Lawson S3, or perhaps a standalone product.
    Thanks for using the LawsonGuru.com forums!
    John
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