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1 23rd July 08:03
ronald o smithjwnjhr&
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Default How to add more Order Status Codes


We have a need for more Order Status Codes. When I seek to create new Order
Status Code, the dropdown list limits my options to (1,2,4,8,16,32,64) . We
need to go beyond, to (128,256,512). I've read in commerceserver.general
newsgroup (subject: Order status codes, dated 4/2005), that this can be done
by extending the dropdown definition by adding more values. I've been
searching for, but can't find where to do this.

So my question: how to extend BizDesk order status code dropdown list to
allow values above 64?
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2 23rd July 08:03
ravi shankarzlz
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Default How to add more Order Status Codes


Hello Ronald,

Under BizDesk look into the "Application" Directory specifically the file
application\include\application_util.asp. There on Line # 318 you'll
encounter the statement

sBuffer = sBuffer & "<select>" _
<option value='1'>1</option><option value='2'>2</option><option
value='4'>4</option><option value='8'>8</option><option
value='16'>16</option><option value='32'>32</option><option
value='64'>64</option></select></select>"

^
At the place indicated add additional <option value='***'>***</option>
statements with whatever value you need exposed. ONE such statement for EACH
value.
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3 6th March 05:27
ravi shankar²§“!z)g{ ®‹©˛‹)j
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Default How to add more Order Status Codes?


Hello Ronald,

Under BizDesk look into the "Application" Directory specifically the file
application\include\application_util.asp. There on Line # 318 you'll
encounter the statement

sBuffer = sBuffer & "<select>" _
<option value='1'>1</option><option value='2'>2</option><option
value='4'>4</option><option value='8'>8</option><option
value='16'>16</option><option value='32'>32</option><option
value='64'>64</option></select></select>"

^
At the place indicated add additional <option value='***'>***</option>
statements with whatever value you need exposed. ONE such statement for EACH
value.
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