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Saved Search formula - difference between internal ID, numeric and custom field that is text value

edited Nov 11, 2021 4:04AM in Ask A Guru 2 comments

I am getting this error

"Your formula has an error in it. It could resolve to the wrong datatype, use an unknown function, or have a syntax error. Please go back, correct the formula, and re-submit.

Search: Transaction Search

Formula: Sum({internalid})-Sum({custbody_trandid}) 


Basically i have a custom workflow that is driven by a script to populate the transaction internal ID on the vendor bill itself - so i can have the internal ID on an aged payables report.

However i have noticed that if we copy an existing vendor bill, that tranID remains populated with the original internal ID. So i am trying to modify my saved search from tran_id is blank to something where it internalID <> custbody_trandid....

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