Releasing a sales order creates a purchase order in the Sales company and a sales order in the Supply company

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Watch the "basic" videos to take the tour of the main processes of Business Central. This is the basic, need-to-use functionality. The Basics This video includes functionality from the app "Intercompany" which is available at Microsoft AppSource. Click to visit AppSource. Intercompany

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Presenter: Cecilie Merwald Bertelsen

Now I am ready with my sales order. I have typed in my sales line with my items, I have chosen quantity. I have chosen their locations from my intercompany partner.

This is what happens in the video

So I’m ready to release the order now, to have a purchase order created in my sales company, and a sales order created in my supplied company. So let’s do that.

Now the order is released, and as you can see now, I have a purchase order number on my lines, and I got a vendor order number here. And that number here is the sales order number from my Supply Company.

We can just check here the drop shipment. We can see now, it has created a purchase order from my supply company.

And if I go to my Supply Company now, I will see that I have a sales order ready for me.

So let’s change companies. And look at the sales orders. And now I have my new sales order here.

I have the sales order number here from my sales company, and I have the purchase order number here from my sales company as well.

And I have my sales lines, and down here I can see the locations code that has been chosen from my sales company.