StandardTermsCData Excel Add-In for Reckon 2019 - Build 19.0.7354
Create, update, delete, and query Reckon Standard Terms.
Table Specific Information
By default, SupportEnhancedSQL is set to true, and the following will be honored if present. Other filters will be executed client side. If SupportEnhancedSQL is set to false, only the following filters will be honored.
Reckon allows only a small subset of columns to be used in the WHERE clause of a SELECT query. These columns can only be used with the equals or = comparison. The available columns for StandardTerms records are Id, TimeModified, Name, and IsActive. TimeModified may be used with the >, >=, <, <=, or = conditions and may be used twice to specify a range. Name may be used with the = or LIKE conditions to establish a starts-with, ends-with, or contains syntax. For example:
SELECT * FROM StandardTerms WHERE TimeModified > '1/1/2011' AND TimeModified < '2/1/2011' AND Name LIKE '%12345%'
InsertTo insert a StandardTerm, specify the Name column.
The Id of the standard term.
The name of the standard term.
Boolean indicating if the standard term is active.
The number of days until payment is due.
If payment is received within StdDiscountDays number of the days, then DiscountPct will apply to the payment.
If payment is received within StdDiscountDays number of days, then this discount will apply to the payment. DiscountPct must be between 0 and 100.
A string indicating the revision of the standard term.
The time the standard term was created.
The time the standard term was modified.
Pseudo Column fields are used in the WHERE clause of SELECT statements and offer a more granular control over the tuples that are returned from the data source.
This pseudo column is deprecated and should no longer be used. Limits the search to active or inactive records only or all records.
The allowed values are ALL, ACTIVE, INACTIVE, NA.
The default value is ALL.
This pseudo column is deprecated and should no longer be used. Earliest modified date to search for (in yyyy-MM-dd, MM-dd-yy, MM-dd-yyyy, MM/dd/yy, or MM/dd/yyyy format).
This pseudo column is deprecated and should no longer be used. Latest modified date to search for (in yyyy-MM-dd, MM-dd-yy, MM-dd-yyyy, MM/dd/yy, or MM/dd/yyyy format).
Maximum number of results to return.
This pseudo column is deprecated and should no longer be used. The type of match to use when searching with the Name.
The allowed values are EXACT, STARTSWITH, CONTAINS, ENDSWITH.
The default value is EXACT.