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Mawens Auto Number Workflow Tool

Mawens Business Solutions

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Mawens Auto Number Workflow allows you create configurable auto numbering rules in Dynamics CRM.

I. What is a Workflow in Dynamics CRM?

You can extend the functionality of Microsoft Dynamics CRM by creating workflows. You can use a workflow to model and automate real world business processes.

These processes can be configured to run in the background or in real time and can optionally require user input. Workflow processes can start automatically based on specified conditions or can be started manually by a user.

II. What is Mawens Auto Number Workflow Tool?

Mawens Auto Number Workflow allows you create configurable auto numbering rules in Dynamics CRM. These rules can be use any workflow in CRM.

II. Rule Definitions

Mawens Auto Number solution allows 6 different formula formats while creating auto number.
df: Date format which returns date value of now. It allows you choose your format such as |df:yyyyMMdd| means “20160612”. For more information please visit: http://mwns.co/dtfdoc

sn: Sequential number returns numbers in an order which follows last number in Mawens Auto Number Setting and add 1 to last number. Usage is |sn:n|, “n” means length of number. Example; if last number is 203 when you request |sn:6|, “000204” will be returned.

tf: Time format is similar like df (Date Format) but it returns time of now. An example |tf:HHmm| returns “1256”. For more information please visit: http://mwns.co/dtfdoc

av: Attribute value returns value of an attribute in record. If you run it in Account and if account have an attribute with “mwns_advisername” schema name, |av:mwns_advisername| returns value of this field in this record like “Baris Kanlica”.

rn: Random number allows you generate a random number with your given length. Usage is |rn:n|, “n” means length of number. |rn:5| returns a 5-digit number like “64269”.

rl: Random letter (similar like rn) allows you generate random letters with your given length. Usage is |rl:n|, “n” means length of number. |rn:4| returns a 4-digit number like “QFTE”.

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