Automatically Populate Shipping & Billing Addresses For An Order - Megan V. Walker

Automatically Populate Shipping & Billing Addresses For An Order

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If any of my blogs or videos have ever helped you out, would you consider donating to a chartiy close to my heart? I walked in 2021, and this time kicking it up to a whole new level in 2022.
I'm going to walk 100 KM non-stop
πŸ’™ fundraising for Alzheimer's Society πŸ’™
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2 thoughts on “Automatically Populate Shipping & Billing Addresses For An Order

  1. Thank you for all your input! I am a big fan :).
    With regards to the solution above, what if we have a couple of items on the quote or order which need to be shipped to a different location that does not belong to the customer account. We have this type of situation a lot – where parts are shipped to a different location that is not an address of the Customer Account.

    1. Hi Emilia, I haven’t looked in to populating addresses for individual parts. Not sure how you could do that if the locations are not already in D365 CE linked to the Customer Account. Might not be possible.

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