fsreqInventoryAuditSave Class

Associates a barcode serial # with an audit serial # and saves the barcode SN in FabSuite's inventory. If the SerialNumber does not yet exist in FabSuite's inventory then it will be associated with an inventory record that has information matching the AuditSerialNumber. If the SerialNumber is already in FabSuite's inventory then it will be moved to the location and secondary location defined by the AuditSerialNumber as long as it matches the rest of the details.
Inheritance Hierarchy

Namespace:  FabSuiteRequestApi
Assembly:  FabSuiteRequestApi (in FabSuiteRequestApi.dll) Version: (
[XmlTypeAttribute(Namespace = "http://www.fabsuite.com/xml/fabsuite-xml-request-v0108.xsd")]
public class fsreqInventoryAuditSave : fsreqCommand

The fsreqInventoryAuditSave type exposes the following members.

Public methodfsreqInventoryAuditSave
Initializes a new instance of the fsreqInventoryAuditSave class
Public propertyAPILog
Indicates if this command should be logged to the database. The command must be of a type that supports logging to the database in order to take effect. Currently the commands supporting this option are: TFSCut
(Inherited from fsreqCommand.)
Public propertyAuditSerialNumber
Serial # from the FabSuite inventory report: Audit w/ Barcodes. Represents a set of values for: Shape, Grade, Dimensions, Length, PO #, B/L #, Heat #, Heat Serial #, Location, and Secondary Location.
Public propertyCommandGUID
A GUID identifying this particular XML command. If a command fails due to a communication failure the client has no way of knowing if it has been processed. Each command that makes changes (as opposed to just retrieving data) will check the CommandGUID against the GUIDs that have already been processed. If the GUID has already been processed then it will not be re-processed and instead return with an error. This allows the client to saftely re-try a failed command without risking unintended changes.
(Inherited from fsreqCommand.)
Public propertyQuantity
Quantity for that serial #. If serialized then the quantity should always be 1. Quantity greater than one for material such as bolts, nuts, washers, etc. where a single barcode serial # represents a larger quantity of material.
Public propertySerialNumber
Serial # of the barcode label on the raw material.
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