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I have a requirement for a label where when the user goes to print a group of labels the label prompts the user for how many to print and also to prompt for a new bin if the current bin is 0. 

 

The user is printing labels for items received on a PO and needs to print more than one label for each line item. Additionally the user will run into an issue where the item on the PO is on Back order so I want the user to be able to select 0 labels to print so that it will skip that label and move on to the next label in the series.

 

I would also like to have a condition where when a field on the label, The bin for the item, is 0 and I want it to prompt the user for a bin to be input. 

 

I have seen some solutions here in the forums however none of them cover both options. I have created an SQL View which pulls all the info from the database and I have a prompt that asks for the PO of the order but need to have an additional two prompts for label quantity and for alternate bin. 

 

 

Thank you in advance for any help you can provide. 

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Setting a prompt for label quantity is easy. See my attached screenshots.

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Edit: You can disable the "minimum" value as well, since you want your users to be able to select 0

 

Setting a conditional prompt is not really possible yet in BarTender I don't think. There isn't scripting in place to show/hide specific prompt boxes as far as I know. Your user would need to know to not change that value if it is not zero.

 

Edit: I changed my mind on this. You could actually use an EventControlScript to run AFTER the user prompt that uses the VB command InputBox() that provides a separate pop-up based on a conditional. It just can't be built into the standard full form.

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Confused. First off I am using Bartender 9.4 SP3. Next is I think some steps are missing. I created a txt object outside of the label and gave it an object name of COPIES and set it to zero but that is it. The second screen shot does not apply in my version of Bartender. I am somewhat a newbie on this but have made some labels but when it comes to writing a VB script I have some trouble.  

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I was able to get this to work from another KB however I have found that I want it to display the part# for which the label is being printed. How can I do that at the time of printing? 

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