House Keeping (Window ID-53063)

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Window: House Keeping

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Tab: House Keeping

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Fields
Name Description Help Technical Data
Client Client/Tenant for this installation. A Client is a company or a legal entity. You cannot share data between Clients. Tenant is a synonym for Client. AD_HouseKeeping.AD_Client_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Organization Organizational entity within client An organization is a unit of your client or legal entity - examples are store, department. You can share data between organizations. AD_HouseKeeping.AD_Org_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
Search Key Search key for the record in the format required - must be unique A search key allows you a fast method of finding a particular record.

If you leave the search key empty, the system automatically creates a numeric number. The document sequence used for this fallback number is defined in the "Maintain Sequence" window with the name "DocumentNo_<TableName>", where TableName is the actual name of the table (e.g. C_Order).

AD_HouseKeeping.Value
character varying(40)
String
Name Alphanumeric identifier of the entity The name of an entity (record) is used as an default search option in addition to the search key. The name is up to 60 characters in length. AD_HouseKeeping.Name
character varying(60)
String
Description Optional short description of the record A description is limited to 255 characters. AD_HouseKeeping.Description
character varying(255)
String
Comment/Help Comment or Hint The Help field contains a hint, comment or help about the use of this item. AD_HouseKeeping.Help
character varying(2000)
Text
Table Database Table information The Database Table provides the information of the table definition AD_HouseKeeping.AD_Table_ID
numeric(10)
Table Direct
DB Table Name Name of the table in the database The DB Table Name indicates the name of the table in database. AD_HouseKeeping.TableName
character varying(40)
String
Sql WHERE Fully qualified SQL WHERE clause The Where Clause indicates the SQL WHERE clause to use for record selection. The WHERE clause is added to the query. Fully qualified means "tablename.columnname". AD_HouseKeeping.WhereClause
character varying(255)
String
Save In Historic AD_HouseKeeping.IsSaveInHistoric
character(1)
Yes-No
Export XML Backup AD_HouseKeeping.IsExportXMLBackup
character(1)
Yes-No
Backup Folder Backup Folder AD_HouseKeeping.BackupFolder
character varying(255)
FilePath
House Keeping AD_HouseKeeping.Processing
character(1)
Button
Last Run AD_HouseKeeping.LastRun
timestamp without time zone
Date+Time
Last Deleted AD_HouseKeeping.LastDeleted
numeric(10)
Integer
Active The record is active in the system There are two methods of making records unavailable in the system: One is to delete the record, the other is to de-activate the record. A de-activated record is not available for selection, but available for reports.

There are two reasons for de-activating and not deleting records: (1) The system requires the record for audit purposes. (2) The record is referenced by other records. E.g., you cannot delete a Business Partner, if there are invoices for this partner record existing. You de-activate the Business Partner and prevent that this record is used for future entries.

AD_HouseKeeping.IsActive
character(1)
Yes-No


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