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Past dated work orders

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11-07-2006 08:08 AM
Need a way to re-sort work orders chronically (date) instead of WO Number.
Important when looking at equipment history. It should read from earliest to latest, not by an arbitrary WO number.

WO Number uses the AutoNumber function in Access, so it can't be deleted (and re-sorted, that I know of) unless you unlink all tables first. That could be a pain....

AutoNumber will only prevent us from having 2 records with the same WO Number.

Is anybody out there??
*melanie stone
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Re: Past dated work orders

11-07-2006 08:37 AM in reply to: mistersq
:smileysad: evidently not anybody using fmdesktop. have you tried the forums on
augi.com? I don't think they get much traffic either, but ~shrug~

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Melanie Perry
***not all who wander are lost***
http://mistressofthedorkness.blogspot.com/

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Need a way to re-sort work orders chronically (date) instead of WO Number.
Important when looking at equipment history. It should read from earliest to
latest, not by an arbitrary WO number.

WO Number uses the AutoNumber function in Access, so it can't be deleted
(and re-sorted, that I know of) unless you unlink all tables first. That
could be a pain....

AutoNumber will only prevent us from having 2 records with the same WO
Number.

Is anybody out there??
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Re: Past dated work orders

11-10-2006 08:04 AM in reply to: mistersq
This feature request was posted earlier in the forum and I have entered it as an enhancement request for a future version of FMDesktop.

Mark Evans
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Mark Evans
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AEC Division, Simulation Product Line
Autodesk, Inc.

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