For any organization, a reliable ERP system is a valuable tool to track and analyze its sales performance with a focus on individual customers. In Sage X3, we will encounter a scenario where we need to find the names of the current process. In this blog, Sage X3 users can gain key insights into finding the name of the current process in Sage X3.
Step 1: Navigate to ALL——Development——Script dictionary——Scripts——Script editor. Refer to Screenshot 1.
Step 2: In the script editor, type any script name and click enter. Refer to Screenshot 2.
Step 3: In the script editor, type the syntax=Infbox trtcou and compile the process. Refer to Screenshot 3.
Step 4: Next, Run the script, and we will get the name of the current process.
It will be in the format of “@Foldername.trt/Scriptname$adx.” Refer to Screenshot 4.
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