Every Bound Data Load demands a Transaction Type.
And, if Transaction Type is Purchase, then the system demands a PO № (Purchase Order).
If they have the real PO № that the guns came in on, great, if not use, “Transferred In” for PO №.
Likewise, if Transaction Type is Invoice, then the system demands an Invoice №.
Use one of the letters below for Transaction Type. It MUST BE CAPITALIZED, or it doesn’t work.
I: In for Repair
B: Transfer In
O: Out after Repair
A: Transfer Out
R: Returned to Supplier
Note that you can use the Bound Book Data Load to load in DEFAULT units for each Part № that will hold a gun.
The benefit of this is that you can declare its base Manufacturer, Model, Type, Caliber, Importer and Country of Origin. This will photocopied to any new Serial №s when they are received in on a PO, so that you do not have to enter the data over and over again for every Serial № that will attached to the Part №.
Note well, you will make a spreadsheet having each firearm Part №. Then do a Bound Book Data Load, substituting the word “DEFAULT” in place of a Serial №. The word, “DEFAULT” MUST BE CAPITALIZED, or it doesn’t work.