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This is part of the multi-language functionality. It records which languages are applicable for a location. For example, you may have English, German, French defined in LANGUAGEAVAIL but a location only requires English and German.
When a new location or language is added, the system will automatically add a record for each available location/language to this table. This is done in code, not in database triggers.
|STRTRADECODE||VARCHAR(10)||The code of the
|STRLANGUAGECODE||VARCHAR(10)||The code of a
|YSNINUSE||VARCHAR(1)||'T' indicates that the language is in use at the location.|
|YSNPRIMARY||VARCHAR(1)||'T' indicates this is
the primary language for the location. This is different from the
YSNPRIMARY in LANGUAGEAVAIL. That flag indicates the language is
the primary language system wide. This flag indicates that it is
the primary language within the location.
So you might have English as the primary language in the System but at a specific location you use German as the primary language.
Primary Key: STRTRADECODE + STRLANGUAGECODE
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