It is possible to create a sequential field in WiredContact. This field will increase by an increment of 1 every time the value is displayed or refreshed. This value is not tied to an actual database field. If this value is not copied into a contact field, then the value will not be saved and the next time the value is displayed the next higher number will appear. If you need the value saved to a database field, then see <#UNIQUE instead. <#SEQUENCE is useful for creating unique numbers on documents like invoices.
An example of <#SEQUENCE would be-
<#SEQUENCE ID="invoice" Start=15 Mask="#-#" Length=2>
ID= Name assigned to this particular sequence. Any alphanumeric name can be assigned. This is used to create multiple sequence values, for instance, one for invoices and one for quotes.
Start= Number assigned for the starting value. The default value is 1.
Mask= Format for the created number.
Length= Number of digits to use. The default is 1. If a number less than 0 is selected, then a 15 digit number based on time/date will be used.
Regional details are also available at http://www.wiredcontact.co.uk