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Using Loop Script Step to duplicate Records

Question asked by MichaelHolden on Feb 5, 2015
Latest reply on Feb 5, 2015 by MichaelHolden

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Using Loop Script Step to duplicate Records

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Hi All,

Hoping for some guidance in doing the following:

I've written a Stocktake Solution that effectively uses 3 Tables: Products,Stocktake Batch and Stocktake Details.

As a time saver the users would like the ability to be able to take the last Stocktake Batch and duplicate that as a new Stocktake - since approx. 80% of the Products' Stock on Hand levels don't vary from month to month. [Unusual Industry].

I'm needing some help in how to do this. I can easily create the Stocktake Batch record using a Script and the Set Field Step.

I'm assuming [hoping] I can use a combination of Set Field and Loop steps to duplicate the batch, i.e. 

- Use the Perform Find Step to find all Stocktake details from the previous Stocktake

- New Record Request

- Loop

- Set Field

Am I on the right track? Is it possible to do this? Having never done this before, I am not sure best way to approach it.

Of course each record in the Stocktake Details table has a unique ID which I will need to avoid duplicating the GUID/UUID.

Any suggestions will certainly be appreciated.

Regards,

Michael

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