The Scheduling tab provides the se setup relating to the scheduling of drops with a route:
The Default Country/Region Code is used as the default country/region code for documents where that field is empty. The Country/Region code needs to be filled in one way or another as it helps in determining the Delivery Area of the order. (See Delivery Areas for more information).
The next field to populate is the Default Delivery Area Code. When a document is created it is given a Delivery Area code based on the setup done in this user guide. As your business starts to expand and you deliver further afield it may be the case that you haven’t had the opportunity to setup new delivery areas to cater to the expansion. To help with this you may want to create a default route or a dummy route where orders can be assigned to and easily identified in the Shipment Managements Route screen to be dealt with later.
|Hint: Create a Delivery Route called 'Unassigned' for customers that aren’t currently assigned to a specific Delivery Area Code.|
The final field on the Scheduling tab is Allow Destination in Multiple Delivery Areas. This allows the user to select the same Customer, Ship-to Address, Vendor or Location in more than one Delivery Area and is used to support specific customisation scenarios. This option should be disabled by default.