Coding of labels in BAAN ERP

For standard software or software derived from the standard, the short customization type is omitted in the coding of labels. There are three different types of labels, each with a specific coding standard:
Type 1
Labels with a label description that is uniquely related to a table field are coded based on the table field.
Code: kkmmmsvv.dddd.hvc
kk package code
mmm module code
s submodule code
vv sequence number
dddd mnemonic
h short customization type
vc variant code

In this figure no variant code is used. However, if a variant code had been used, the label code could have been tiitm001.item.01


Type 2
Labels that are not related to a table field and yet are specific to one or more sessions are coded based on the session code.
Code: kkmmmjxxxx.vv.h
kk package code
mmm module code
j s in order to group labels in the label file
sfvv same as session code, namely:
s submodule code
f function code
vv sequence number
vv sequence number
h short customization type


Type 3
Labels for general terms are coded based on a logical code.
Code: kkmmm.dddddddd.hvc
kk package code
mmm module code
dddddddd logical description
h short customization type
vc variant code
For new labels as a result of modifications to the standard, the first of the dddddddd positions should contain one of the following customization types:
o own development by customer
c customization by dealer
l localization
j junior (compact version)
d dealer-specific version
b business-specific version


In Figure no variant code is used. However, if a variant code had been used, the label code could have been: tcgen.compname.01.

Variant code
The variant code vc is used to keep track of the different variants of the same label. Labels with different variant codes refer to the same term, however, they are different in appearance. Different variants could be:
a description (initial capital only)
a description (lowercase)
a description (uppercase)
a description in between brackets (for example, [], (), {})



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