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Location of Purchline update

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  I am trying to find where in the code that the PurchStatus field of the Purchline table gets updated.  I've tried tracing through the code, but it must be either skipping over it or i'm trapping in the wrong areas.  I want to find where a Purchase order line (puchline) has it's status go to either received or cancelled.  Any help is appreciated.

Tom T.
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You can try to search using the find command on the form node in the AOT
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