This document describes the steps to consume BOMHeader and BOMLine entities to perform BOM maintenance via entities.
The entities involved are BOMHeader and BOMLine. Similar to other parent-child entity, BOM consists of header and lines.
TransactionKey property is a GUID to group this parent and child entity within the same BOM.
These entities support:
Retrieve all BOM header
Retrieve all BOM lines
Retrieve BOM header by ID or ItemCode+Version
Retrieve BOM line by ID or ItemProd+Version+SequenceNo
Trigger Create BOM function
Create lines into EntityTransactions table
Provide “Action” property to indicate the desire action to the BOM line
Trigger Update BOM function
Trigger Delete BOM function
Delete Records in EntityTransactions by TransactionKey
Use BOMHeader to trigger the New, Update and Delete processes. IsForEditing and Action is a virtual property that does not exist in the metadata. These properties indicate the process to be carried out.
A) From the BOMLine entity:
B) Trigger the action with BOMHeader:
a) Assign new value to the properties to be edited in BOMLine, provide TransactionKey returned from step 1.
b) Add Action = “EDIT” to edit the line,
Action = “ADDNEW” to add new line, or
Action = “DELETE” to delete the line.
c) Call “Create” at: This action will enter a line in the EntityTransactions table.
d) Repeat steps 2 a - c to edit multiple lines.
e) Use BOMHeader, provide TransactionKey call “Update”.
Document Number: 24.776.784
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