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From adrian.c...@sandglass-software.com
Subject Re: How store product revisions?
Date Mon, 13 Jan 2014 17:05:35 GMT
It might be better to have a ProductRevision entity with an effective  
date field.


Quoting Christian Carlow <christian.carlow@gmail.com>:

> Thanks Adrian,
> I agree with your awkward perspective.  Preferably I would like the  
> users to be able to select the revision as they are typing the  
> productId but currently only the internalName and brandName are  
> listed.  Does anyone think adding a revision field to Product to be  
> specified along with internalName and brandName would be a bad  
> design choice?  If not I could change the productId lookup to  
> include the revision field in the search results.
> On 01/13/2014 08:46 AM, adrian.crum@sandglass-software.com wrote:
>> A GOOD IDENTIFICATION is a code to uniquely identify goods or  
>> services (DMRB, chapter 3). A revision identifier could be included  
>> in that definition, but that seems a bit awkward.
>> -Adrian
>> Quoting Christian Carlow <christian.carlow@gmail.com>:
>>> Or maybe use the GoodIdentification entity and add a  
>>> GoodIdentificationTypeId="REVISION"?
>>> On 01/13/2014 07:51 AM, Christian Carlow wrote:
>>>> Has anyone used OFBiz to track product revisions yet?  I see a  
>>>> prodAssocTypeId=REVISION on the Product Associations page but  
>>>> need to be able to specify the revision number somewhere.  Should  
>>>> the the revision stored in ProductAttribute or as a feature?

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