Serialization With Count From Starting Value S’abonner

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I am serializing for food ingredient lot numbers. (150630328001) I want to serialize a number that begins the count from a starting value (from data entry form). So far, I have a user entry field for ‘starting pallet #’; and a text field that is set to serialize +1 for every entry. (With zeros padding on the left. Last three digits on lot number are pallet numbers: 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, 006, etc.)

 

Will I have to VBscript this or is there another way?

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Not sure I understood your question properly - do you mean you can serialize 001...006 but cannot add 150630328 before that?

In that case you can add datasource, by object properties > right click datasource and New.

 

You can link the 001 part (starting pallet no.) to data entry form text input control to specify start number. 

Then create a number input control and link to Serial Numbers, to specify number of serialized labels.

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Thank you, that was helpful. I needed this part: 

 

"You can link the 001 part (starting pallet no.) to data entry form text input control to specify start number. 

Then create a number input control and link to Serial Numbers, to specify number of serialized labels."

 

 

Attached is my "test label" with data entry form input for serialization; hopefully to be a quick aid to others.

Enjoy and happy BarTending!

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