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Old June 13th, 2014, 08:52 AM
Tattoued Tattoued is offline
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Hi! This may sound dumb, but how do you make a CallBack rule (OnRecordStart) activate? I don't see it in the database fields, which is usually where a rule is, no? I tried composing, but didn't see any difference in my stacks. My understanding was that it would create a break between trays, right? It's not doing that. I double checked the rule and it's valid and correct. Help?
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Old June 13th, 2014, 09:18 AM
Tattoued Tattoued is offline
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Ok I figured out what I did wrong… Now… if I have to split tray 1 into two sections, how would I modify the rule to do that? I have a field called CTN_NO for the tray, and then there's another field called PKG_NO_CTN that has the tray count. In this list, The tray count (not the tray number) changes to 2 and starts the piece count all over again.

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Old June 13th, 2014, 10:51 AM
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Default Re: Help with CallBack rule

It might be helpful to post the code that you are trying to use. I'm assuming your using imposition and the field "CTN_NO" contains the tray number.

In OnRecordStart:

Code:
if (FieldChanged("CTN_NO"))
     FusionPro.Composition.StartNewStack();
If you want to split the output file by tray and impose after composition, you might try this in OnRecordStart:

Code:
if (FieldChanged("CTN_NO"))
    FusionPro.Composition.OpenNewOutputFile(Field("CTN_NO") +
        "." + FusionPro.Composition.outputFormatExtension);
These require FusionPro 8 or higher. There are better explanations already posted in these forums. A few can be found here.
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