Last updated on NOVEMBER 12, 2015
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Apparel Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
With an apparel item, the current structure is 20 characters in length and separators are not being used due to limitations in character count due to outside processing needs on the manufacturing side.
Because separators are not used and the item length is long, is there a way to differentiate the levels in the item number? Are there any options to color each level code in a different color to identify separate levels?
In the Define Item Structure (PCW01), because of the limitation of 25 characters per item, separators are not used when defining because the item length is long. Because separators are not used, is there a way to differentiate the levels in the item number? Are there any options to color each level code in a different color to identify separate levels?
In the following example, the item number would be color-coded to reflect each level:
End Item: ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY
Root = ABCDEFGHIJ (highlighted in red)
Level1 = KLMNOP (highlighted in yellow)
Level2 = QRSTU (highlighted in blue)
Level3 = VW (highlighted in pink)
Level4 = XY (highlighted in green)
The color-coded item would be easy to identify each level and would be present on every form in which the item is displayed.
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