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Change the Order Allocation Strategy for certain type of Sales Orders

We are using Supply Allocation including Sales Channel Allocation. We are currently including future supply in our default supply allocation strategy. We want to use a different allocation strategy on sales orders that are generated from our website. We are using the Netsuite connector between Shopify and Netsuite (but allocation strategy does not appeaer to be a field that can be set by Nestuite Connector)

  1. Is there a way to set the Allocation Strategy by using a custom Sales Order Form? All web orders would then come in using this unique form
  2. If not, could I set the Allocation Strategy with a workflow? We already have a custom field on the sales orders that identifies which transactions need a different allocation strategy.

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