Public Sub CancelLineItem()



   Dim oReceipt As CAPReceipt

   Set oReceipt = New CAPReceipt

   oReceipt.Init FE_Application.SessionContext

   

   With oReceipt

       .Fields(APRECEIPTS_fld_AP7PURCHASEORDERSID) = 9

       .Fields(APRECEIPTS_fld_RECEIVEDBY) = "Bill Smith"

       .Fields(APRECEIPTS_fld_RECEIPTDATE) = "10/30/2006"

       With .ReceiptItems.Add

           .Fields(APRECEIPTITEMS_fld_POLINENUMBER) = 1

           .Fields(APRECEIPTITEMS_fld_RECEIPTTYPE) = "Cancel"

           .Fields(APRECEIPTITEMS_fld_QUANTITYRECEIVED) = 3

           .Fields(APRECEIPTITEMS_fld_POSTDATE) = "10/30/2006"

       End With

       .Save

   End With

   

   oReceipt.CloseDown

   Set oReceipt = Nothing

           

End Sub

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