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Author's profile photo Ari Schapira

Flexible Default for “Valid Until”​ Date

This blog post is part of a series called “Tip of the Week”. In this week’s tip, I’m sharing with you new options for validity date of documents.

Every sales quotation holds a promise and a hope that another deal will soon be sealed. Although it is not a legal document, sales quotation does include terms and conditions, such as prices and discounts, within certain time frame. Once the “valid until” date passes, the sales quotation expires.

Since the “Valid Until” date is so important, SAP Business One automatically populates a date that is one month later than the posting date, and if needed user can always edit this date per specific use case. To enable companies defining default “Valid Until” date that is more suitable to their activity, new option is introduced in the “Document Settings” window:

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By default, this field is set to 1 month, however it can be changed to different number of months, weeks, or days.

Available in SAP Business One 10.0 PL01 and SAP Business One 10.0, version for SAP HANA PL01.

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      Author's profile photo Margaret Migici
      Margaret Migici


      Quite informative. Could you explain the significance of this field on the Purchase Request document?