In Business Central, you can put a lead time against Vendor or Item card. One of my clients was asking what will happen if you put lead time on both Vendor and Item card. Will BC give suggestion based on Vendor or Item Lead Time ?
To test the lead time, I create a Sales Order with Requested Delivery Date and Planned Shipment Date on 31 December 2021. If I run…
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