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HR02 Add-in to change to Inactive
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YvonneG
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03/21/2013 3:23 PM
    We are changing our HR Process Level and Department structure so I need to inactivate hundreds of HR02 departments.  I've tried creating an add-in to do this but I don't get any results.  No changes are made and no errors display in my spreadsheet. 

    There must be some hidden field or code I need to pass to make the current record in my spreadsheet the current record in the form, but I don't know what field/s or codes to use. 

    Any advice would be appreciated.  Thanks
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    03/21/2013 4:06 PM
    f2_DPT-COMPANY
    f5_PT-DPT-PROCESS-LEVEL
    f6_PT-DPT-DEPARTMENT
    f7:0_LINE-FC1
    f8:0_DPT-PROCESS-LEVEL1
    f9:0_DPT-DEPARTMENT1
    f11:0_DPT-ACTIVE-FLAG1
    (H)_f4_PT-XMIT-ST-CHG

    f2, f5 and f6 are the ones that should bring your current line to the "top" on the form f7 - f11 are the fields you would fill in

    f4, if I am remembering correctly, you will want to have a 1 in that field because you will get a standard message from Lawson that deactivating a department will take time "Hit OK to continue" and by using the XMIT field you can push past that.

    It has been awhile since I did inactivations with an upload but if my memory is correct, this setup should get you what you need.
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    03/21/2013 4:10 PM
    Dave is correct: See KB 1194666
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    03/21/2013 5:03 PM
    Perfect!!  The _f4 PT-XMIT-ST-CHG set to 1 did the trick.  Thank you so much.
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