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This would be a very useful feature if added.

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Limitation of ship date workarounds


Workaround 1

Backorder lines might not be added to the same shipment in case the shipment was for instance being created yesterday and a new order line is being created today.


Workaround 2

See workaround 1 


Workaround 3

·      Maintenance

·      Performance – system will validate all dates even if they are not valid anymore. 

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Workaround 1

Schedule different “automatic release to warehouse batch jobs” that run in sequence after each other. One job for shipments with shipment today (day(0)), one for shipments with ship date tomorrow (day(1)), etc.. This will ensure that shipments with different ship dates will not be consolidated.

 

Workaround 2

Configure multiple shipment consolidation policies. This means that we will configure one shipment consolidation policy for shipments with shipment today (day(0)), one for shipments with ship date tomorrow (day(1)), etc.. This will ensure that shipments with different ship dates will not be consolidated.

 

Workaround 3

Configure multiple shipment consolidation policies. This means that we will configure one shipment consolidation policy for shipments with shipment date M1/XX/YYYY, M8/XX/YYYY etc. one for shipments with ship date T2/XX/YYYY, T9/XX/YYYY etc. This will ensure that shipments with different ship dates will not be consolidated. Besides this, this approach will ensure that any backorder lines will still be added to shipments with the same shipment date assuming that for these shipments no work has been created yet. 

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I do agree with the points shared by Frans and Jürgen. Even if this idea is already outstanding for quite a long time it's still very hard to sell to customers that the base shipment consolidation policy does not take the ship date into account. Although workarounds exist each of these workarounds do still have serious limitations in my opinion.



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I agree with Thomas, this would save a lot of time. Some customers find the ClickDimensions feature so useful that they rather continue using ClickDimensions then move to Dynamics 365 Marketing.

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Just what we're missing in our project. This is a thing we would need for a lot of Retailers with inhouse Logistics

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It is necessary to have traceability of a sales or purchase order (filed or not), in which delivery note it has been sent and in which invoice it has been invoiced.


Urgent.


thanks you


Juan Megias.

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Definitly a good idea - I'm waiting for it...

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The same issue occurs for Swiss addresses.

There is the possibility to change the control of the field to format the address to a specific country, but then all addresses are formatted like this.


Dynamics CRM 2016 (8.2) formatted the address according to the country, without the need to change the control.

So definitely a vote from me.

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I was told by Microsoft support that this is OOB (Out of Box) behavior. But why would Microsoft make it so that you can rearrange the products in Dynamics 365, but exporting Estimates/Orders/Invoices to Word or PDF (or printing) would not reflect that rearrangement? I can’t imagine any reason why anyone would want this kind of behavior. Every other CRM and order management system known to man allows you to rearrange products and it's a basic function that your export or printout would reflect the rearrangement. Microsoft, you need to fix this.

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