Get field ID for expense line attachment field

Beginner Asked on February 26, 2021 in How To's.

What is the object you are working with?

on February 26, 2021.
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I have found it helpful to append “&xml=T” to the end of any screen to view the XML version. This displays all of the field IDs for the objects on the screen. This may help you to discover custom field IDs quickly.

Here is a sample snippet of this view of an estimate form:

<billstate>TX</billstate>
<billzip>78109</billzip>
<canhavestackable>T</canhavestackable>
<checkcommitted>F</checkcommitted>
<class>28</class>
<companyid>1603</companyid>
<createddate>3/17/2021 12:11 pm</createddate>
<credholdentity>1603</credholdentity>
<credholdoverride>F</credholdoverride>
<currency>1</currency>
<currencyname>USA</currencyname>
<currencyprecision>2</currencyprecision>
<currencysymbol>USD</currencysymbol>
<custbody13>7</custbody13>
<custbody14>F</custbody14>
<custbody15>T</custbody15>
<custbody4>NONE YET</custbody4>
<custbody7>F</custbody7>
<custbody8>F</custbody8>
<custbody9>F</custbody9>
<custbody_solupay_billingschd_autopay>F</custbody_solupay_billingschd_autopay>
<dbstrantype>Estimate</dbstrantype>
<department>8</department>
<disablepromotionrecalc>F</disablepromotionrecalc>
<duedate>4/16/2021</duedate>
<edition>US</edition>
<email>info@BurdittTileAndStone.com</email>
<emailaddr>info@BurdittTileAndStone.com</emailaddr>
<entity>1603</entity>
Rookie Answered on March 23, 2021.
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