Recently, while working on qualifying lead to opportunity we faced a weird issue.
We were using multiple currencies in our D365 instance
AED(Base currency in our case) and Egyptian Pound. We used Egyptian Pound currency on Lead while creating.
On qualifying Lead to Opportunity, we were mapping the currency of Lead to Opportunity. So, eventually, currency selected on Opportunity was Egyptian Pound and corresponding Price List was populated.
After qualifying lead, we…
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