An option is to use the user exit UMBCOD1R, this program is executed
right after the item entry and then you can validate the customer and item
relationship and send a break message to the user if is invalid.


Antonio Rojas
Manager Applications Development
Semtech Corp.
Cell. (805) 216-4651
Office (805) 480-2135




From:
"Jeff" <jeffw@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To:
"'MAPICS ERP System Discussion'" <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date:
12/03/2009 05:13 PM
Subject:
[MAPICS-L] Restricting an item in COM
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Hi all. I am looking for suggestions. I have an item that we only want 1
customer to be able to purchase. We want to make sure it does not get on
any
other customer orders. Is there a way to do this in COM? I am running v7
green screen. So for example: customer A is the only customer allowed to
purchase product A. So if we enter an order for customer B and they add
product A to the order is there a way to prevent it from being added to
the
order?



Hope this makes sense. Thanks!



Jeff Williams

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