In the Delivery Order form, when editing an item, there is a box for the destination location and another box for the destination address. Since the location has an address, seems like the address box is redundant and a potential source of input error. I can understand that on their own neither is sufficient to cover likely destinations.
Should anyone be worried about this situation? Does this expose a flaw in the "location" concept?
It's just a convenience, which can be very usefull for some of your customers. because, a customer can have more than one location where he store his goods (products), and some locations can be specific for storing certain types of goods. A customer can also have many warehouses at different address each one with multiple locations ... Also, the address is used by delivery carrier if any and the location is for customer internal use at this address.
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