Edit Distribution Set – Oracle 11i User

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I would like to know how to insert a new data record into the middle an existing Oracle Distribution Set, rather than add new data at the end of the set.

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  • carlosdl
    You will need to specify what Oracle product you are using.
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  • Keri
    I'm pretty new to Oracle with minimal training, but I am using Distribution Sets in entering invoices into accounts payable. I have set up Distribution Sets for the account breakdown for recurring invoices that have numerous general ledger codes applied to them. The distributions are in a particular order that follow the order of items on an invoice. If a new item is introduced on an invoice, I would like to enter that item into the middle of the Distribution Set so as to follow the order on the invoice. I can't figure out how to insert a record into the middle of a Distribution Set. Thanks.
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