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Issue:
As per the current design, The expiration date of the GS1 code is not captured if the item has a Shelf life period in days defined on the item level. For this certain case, there is no direct way to automate the expiration date scan unless by removing the Shelf life period in days defined on the item level.

Expectations:
Either supporting this scenario by adding a new option to overwrite the system calculated expiration date by the scanned one, or adding GS1 generic setup for the vendor batch information like the (Vendor batch date,Vendor expiry date,Vendor batch number and Country/region of Origin) also considering some default options "Yes, No" for the (Use as manufacturing date and Use as expiration date)
STATUS DETAILS
Under Review
Ideas Administrator

Thank you for your feedback. Currently this is not in our roadmap; however, we are tracking it and if we get more feedback and votes, we may consider it in the future. 

  

Sincerely, 

Per Lykke Lynnerup 

PM, Microsoft 

Comments

M

It should also be able to scan labels with a best before date and calculate the expiry date automatically based on the Best before period in days.

Category: Warehouse Management

M

Prefer to not have to enable vendor batches just to be able to override expiry dates. Recommend option to just enable the expiration date (with shelf life enabled) and be able to override it with the GS1 scan.

Category: Warehouse Management