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#160 Can now download in excel shipment dispositions past their due date. #5958

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dragospodariu96 commented Dec 20, 2019

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as talked: will integrated and 🍒pick and i think it will make the user happy.
but please after the x-mas-break, do the following which I only thought of after our talk:

  • also add sps.IsActive='Y' to the where-clause. Because sometimes we deactivate record just to have them out of the way. Those should not show up in your excel
  • add another parameter p_AD_Org_ID. Shipment schedules are per-org. And in case of a multi-org user, we don't want different orgs' records to be mixed up.
    • so please add sps.AD_Org_ID=p_AD_Org_ID to the where-clause, make the org-parameter mandatory in the process and preset it with @#AD_Org_ID/0@ (that's the org-id of the current user, note the #)
  • now that we are adding a param, please rename the two existing ones...our convention is to prepend p_. And the bpartner-one should be p_C_BPartner_ID (as opposed to p_M_BPartner_ID)
@metas-ts metas-ts merged commit a7b58e4 into master Dec 20, 2019
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* #160 Can now download in excel shipment dispositions past their due date.

* #160 Displaying columns with the right translations now.

* #160 Translated WebUI Action for all languages.

* #160 Fixed encoding.

* #160 Translated excel columns for German UI.

(cherry picked from commit a7b58e4)
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