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RQ10 vs RQC - Reference Number?
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TerriS
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03/21/2017 12:58 AM

    I'm showing one of our super users how to use RQ10 for requisitions instead of RQC.  She likes entering requisitions better in RQ10, with one exception.  She utilizes the "Reference Number" in RQC when checking the status.  Is there a way to enter that same information in RQ10?  Version 10.0.8.0

    Tags: RQ10, RQC, Reference
    Kat V
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    03/21/2017 8:44 AM
    Not from RQ10. The fields "REFERENCE_NO" and "REQ_DESC" were added to the req header table and to RQC sometime back in v9 but RQ10 has never been modified to display them.

    It's possible you could create a Design Studio Form to access them from RQ10 - but I have no information how or what that does to the headers/source/POs.
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    02/06/2018 1:35 PM
    Is there a report in Lawson that would tell me where the requisition was originated from? RQC vs RQ10.
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    02/08/2018 3:19 PM
    You can drill on the req in the RQ44. The requisition header detail shows the header source (RQ10 vs RQC, etc..)
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    02/08/2018 3:33 PM
    Again, not a canned report - but in REQHEADER, RQ_SOURCE is a numeric field that ties to the source.
    1 = IC142
    3 = MSCM
    5 = RQ500
    6 = RQC
    7 = RQ10
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