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is it possible to combine customer orders (sales order created in D365) with regular store items in one retail transaction but post them into seperate sales orders?
In our current setup we are able to add a pre-payment to the transaction screen and enrich that transaction with other "normal" items from the store assortments.
When trying to process the transaction we recive an error message, that a shipping method is not specified for at least one item. When we enter this information the normal store items get added to the original sales order (which we do not want).
We would like to add a pre-payment for one or more sales order AND add normal products to the transaction. We then want to pay the pre-payment for the sales order and complete the full payment for the normal items. The original sales order should not be changed, but instead a seperate sales order should be created and invoiced for the normal products.
Is such a scenario possible with the D365 Commerce POS? If so please advise how.
Thank you very much!
This is not possible in standard POS.
I leave this for the community to answer. Let's see if anybody has experienced the same and can advise for you anything.
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