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How to access File Layouts (field and table schema) or the TRSG (Technical Reference and Support Guide) for Sage 100 ERP

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Where to access File Layouts information (field and table schema) or the TRSG (Technical Reference and Support Guide) for Sage 100 ERP

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Section I: Versions 2018 and later

  1. From the Sage 100 ERP Desktop, click Web Content in the bottom left-hand corner
  2. In the Web Content Navigation Task pane that appears, click Resources
  3. Under Program Information, click File Layouts and Program Information
  4. In the File Layouts and Program Information window that appears, select any of the help topics, which are listed below.
    • Program Listings
    • File and Table Listings
    • File Layouts (Open this to see file layouts organized by module and table name)
    • Object Hierarchy Litsings
    • Data Class Definitions Listing
    • File Names and Key Information (Legacy Only)
    • Cross Reference Information (This topic also includes Old File Names to New File Names Mapping and Old Field Names to New Field Names Mapping.
    • Object Reference

Section II: Prior to version 2018

  1. From the Sage 100 ERP Desktop, click the View menu, then click Tasks
  2. In the Tasks pane, under Sage 100 ERP, click Resources.
  3. In the Resources window, click File Layouts and Program Information.
  4. In the File Layouts and Program Information window that appears, select any of the help topics, which are listed below.
    • Program Listings
    • File and Table Listings
    • File Layouts (Open this to see file layouts organized by module and table name)
    • Data Class Definitions Listing
    • File Names and Key Information (Legacy Only)
    • Cross Reference Information (This topic also includes Old File Names to New File Names Mapping and Old Field Names to New Field Names Mapping.
    • Object Reference

Note: Prior to Sage 100 ERP (formerly Sage MAS 90 and 200) version 4.00, File Layouts information was available on disc, in a TRSG (Technical Reference and Support Guide) CD-ROM


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