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Prospect - Proposal Form


Mark Hallam

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17 hours ago, Mark Hallam said:

Is it possible to produce a Proposal Form or SoF in prospect without having to create a record in Core?

 

Which line of business Mark?

 

MotorWriter works differently to Home/Truck/Bike

 

You can always create your own of course - for any LOB - but not sure if that's what you are asking?

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Hi Mark

 

Pretty sure Motor can be produced from APM - but Home needs a record in Core back office. It's the crazy world of OGI quirks I'm afraid - a result of some poor decision making a long while ago

 

If I'm off the mark, or there are some alternatives, I'm sure someone will post up some options

 

M

 

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You might be able to do it via Brooms letters. I don't even know what system letter you mean.

 

One way to do it, is to append a frame onto the end of the Policy Amendment chain. The frame having a "Yes / No" field, from that trigger you can then use "INIT-LETTER" 

 

https://www.opengi.co.uk/support/onlineguides/#Subsystems/CoreSchemeToolkit/Creating_A_Diary_Entry_Using_WRITE-DIARY.htm

 

Frames and keywords for Motor Writer is here.

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