Distinctive No. Form Can Not be blank or zero

Zen Roc || Detail of Initial Subscriber error "Distinctive No. Form Can Not be blank or zero"

Roc: Detail of Initial Subscriber error  "Distinctive No From Can Not be blank or zero":

Possible Resolution:
In the Initial Subscriber entry, the Distinctive No is generated automatically according to the sequence of 'No of shares taken.' The user cannot enter the 'Distinctive No' manually. To create a new entry, the user has to click the 'New' button.
The error shown in the given picture occurs because the user used the 'Edit' option instead of 'New' to enter new details for the 'Initial Subscriber'.
Go to Transactions > Share and securities > Initial Subscriber

Note: In the 'initial subscriber' entry, do not use the Edit button for new entries.

Hope this helps.
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