Extract Info From Database Using Data Entry Form S’abonner

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Hello,

 

New user to Bartender.

 

Is it possible to print labels using data (the key) entered at print time on the Data Entry form.

 

We have Bartender Automation version 10.1 SR3.

 

Basically I would like to enter a clock number at print time and print off a label with a persons name, address, position, etc. Using the data entry form to do so.

 

Is it possible? Would it need script to add the functionality?

 

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MIke.

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Hello Mike,

 

I'm not sure exactly what you are looking for here. The Data Entry Form certainly allows you to enter as much data as you require. You could even use that data to dynamically change the label layout.

 

Also, apart from the data entered in the Data Entry Form you could use a query prompt to filter a database connected to the document and retrieve data from specific records.

 

If the above doesn't meet your requirements, please explain in further detail exactly what you are looking for.

 

In any case, please take a look at the below training video which explains how to work with our Data Entry Form:

http://www.seagullscientific.com/label-software/training-video-(data-entry-at-print-time).aspx

 

Regards.

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Hello Fernando,

 

Thanks for taking the time to reply and sorry for not getting back to you sooner.

 

What I would like to be able to do is print a label or labels (i.e. for just one staff member or a range of staff members or all staff) by entering a clock number ,a range of clock numbers or all staff at print time.

 

Bartender would then need to extract the requested data from a data souce and produce the requested label(s).

 

Could standard Bartender perform this or would I need some kind of VB script add this type of functionality?

 

Hope that makes it clearer?

 

Regards

 

Mike.

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Hello Mike,

 

Can I understand that all these clock numbers are values stored in a database field? If that is the case, you would only need one of the supported methods to select a database record at print time (query prompt, manual selection at print time...). For more information please view the following training video:

 

http://www.seagullscientific.com/label-software/training-video-(selecting-records-from-a-database-at-print-time).aspx

 

If the above doesn't work in your case, could you please clarify the relation between these clock numbers and your staff members?

 

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Hello Fernando,

 

Thanks for your further reply.

 

Query Prompt will do the job,

 

Thanks again,

 

Regards

 

Mike.

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