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WS: 01: FAQ: Name Search (P01200 and P01NS) (Doc ID 1278029.1)

Last updated on JULY 06, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Address Book - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

To describe the frequently asked questions regarding the Name Search programs (P01200 and P01NS).

Note: As of release A9.1, the Name Search window program (P01NS), which you access by pressing F1 (Field Sensitive Help) on transaction entry or inquiry screens, is replaced with P01200. 

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1:  When you press F1 (Field Sensitive Help) on an Address Number field (AN8), sometimes the system displays P01200 and sometimes it displays P01NS. Why?
 Question 2:  How can you perform query searches using partial words in Name Search (P01200 or P01NS)?
 Question 3:  Is it possible to display the Mailing Name (MLNM) instead of the Alpha Name (ALPH) as the default format in the Name Search program (P01200)?
 Question 4: The system does not return records in Name Search (P01200) when using the Query function (F16) for character strings that include state codes, such as OR (Oregon), IN (Indiana), ME (Maine), and ON (Ontario). Why?
 Question 5: Is it possible to inquire on One-Time Payment suppliers?
 Question 6: Why can I not do a Query Search (F16) on a new or changed address?
 Question 7:  How can you hide inactive Address Book records from display in Name Search?
 Question 8:  What is the sort logic for Address Book Name Search Window (01NS)?
 Question 9: Can you set up a default Search Type to be called when you press F1 to search on a specific supplier in Supplier Ledger Inquiry?
 Question 10: Why does option 4 next to the name in Name Search sometimes take you back to the menu and other times bring you back to the application?
 Question 11: Is it possible to do a wildcard search on the Postal Code (ADDZ) value?
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