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Article Series on Design Studio, Part 6: A Case Study

By David Williams, Paradigm ERP.
A look at how one of Paradigm's clients, a major hospital chain in Miami, used Design Studio to add a Transfer action on PA52 – Individual Action when an internal applicant’s acceptance was keyed on PA45 – Requisition Offers.

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Nabilreplied to: RE: QLIK

I used Qlikview at a previous employer mainly with HR data to determine personnel turnover, hours worked and payroll wages over time etc. We pulled L...

1 hour ago

Nabilreplied to: RE: User Activity Monitoring Solutions

We also use Zoom since Velocity is our Cloud host. It's an excellent tool for user activity monitoring. It even gives how long each transaction takes ...

1 hour ago

Lesliecreated the topic: Punchout - RQC

Requisitions lines are not coming back to populate the req

2 hours ago

Lynnereplied to: RE: LID command to compile entire system code

I also had to compile IF system code, so thanks for that advice also.  We are all set now.

4 hours ago

PDcreated the topic: Service Criteria

Three flows being referenced under one Service definition

20 hours ago

Lynnereplied to: RE: LID command to compile entire system code

Greg- your first suggestion seems to have done the trick. They are compiling now. Thanks! cobcmp -B product_line gl

22 hours ago

Greg Moellerreplied to: RE: LID command to compile entire system code

Some of GL is actually in the IF system code.... did you try that?

22 hours ago

Greg Moellerreplied to: RE: LID command to compile entire system code

You should try cobcmp -B product_line gl

22 hours ago

Kat Vreplied to: RE: PO Codes

I don't know for certain - but we have to notify AP of any PO number range changes so I've assumed they are storing it and creating logic to populate ...

1 day ago

Lynnecreated the topic: LID command to compile entire system code

LID command to compile entire system code

1 day ago

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