This blog post is part of a series called “Tip of the Week”. In this weeks tip, we’ll review the UDF’s capabilities.
User-Defined Fields are like spices. Similar to specific combination of spices that creates a unique flavor, the way UDFs are implemented is tailored for each business. Key advantage of UDFs is their great flexibility. UDFs in document rows become a seamless part of the document which is of course a benefit, however in sometimes it is required that UDFs would behave differently. For such use cases, SAP Business One introduces a new level of flexibility by allowing to edit the UDFs in document rows regardless the document status or row status:
For each document type, you can choose whether to open the UDFs in the document rows for editing while the document rows are not editable. For example:
Available in SAP Business One 10.0 PL01 and SAP Business One 10.0, version for SAP HANA PL01.
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