Batch ID

  • Batch ID

    Posted by DSC Communities on May 3, 2017 at 4:59 pm
    • Mounia Chaib


      May 3, 2017 at 4:59 PM

      Hi all,

      I only have a Part number to work from, I need to find out what Batch ID is linked to it in the system.  Any ideas?

      Thank you !!

      Mounia Chaib
      Configuration Management Analyst
      Prometheus Laboratories Inc.
      San Diego CA

    • Sue Conrod


      May 4, 2017 at 8:34 AM

      Okay, this looks like you only gave us some of the information.  What are you trying to find out.
      1.  Is this part # an inventory item that you are trying to track down or find a cost on?
      2.  Is this from a posted transaction.

      For the Part # if it is inventory you can always go to Inventory>>Inquiry>>item Transaction and find out where the transaction came from.

      But I think you would have a faster answer if you had given us more information.

      Sue C

      Sue Conrod
      CAL Business Solutions, Inc.
      Harwinton CT

    • Frank Heslin


      May 4, 2017 at 9:40 AM

      I agree with Sue.  So much so that it’s part of my signature!  We want to help, but like I tell my users:  Help Me, Help You!

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    • Blair Christensen


      May 5, 2017 at 10:29 AM

      Batch Id’s are used for transactions.  If you want to try to find out which batches reference which Part Numbers, that can be accomplished, but it isn’t likely to be a one-to-one type of link.  What also needs to be known is what type of transaction you are talking about: inventory transactions, sales transactions, etc.  because every document type is in a different place.

      Blair Christensen
      Database Administrator
      Oppenheimer Companies, Inc.
      Boise ID

    • Leslie Vail


      May 6, 2017 at 10:34 AM

      In addition to what everyone else said, keep in mind that a batch name can be used over and over again.

      Leslie Vail
      Accounting Systems Consulting, Inc.
      Dallas TX

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