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Scale price

Hi.

I need to make a product with price scale.

If I have a product range of 1 to 5 the price is $ 10.

If the units range is 6 to 10 the price is $ 20.

Paid $ 10, if the unit is 1.

Paid $ 10, if the unit is 5.

No amount is multiplied by the price, the price is the same for a range.

Thanks.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:34 AM

    Hii

    If you want to maintain scale, you have two options one is value scale and the other one is quantity scale. these things we maintain in pricing conditon type. Also make sure either it should be a header conditon or item condition. you will find the check in respictive condition type. after this configuration you can directly maintain condition records give your quantity respected scale

    hope helps

    ram

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    • Former Member Juan Silva

      Hi Juan,

      Your requirment is bit different and this could be fisible through pricing user exit development.

      You could think of creating user exit of type VAL (Condition value formula) java routines. Use method

      <b>item.getProductQuantity</b> to get the product quantity at run time, if it is less than 6, i.e from 1-5, the return the condition value $10, similarily for the other quantity range. So user exit will make direct change to the condition value of the condition type and then calulation will not depend on the condition rate.

      I hope, this could help you to fullfill your requirment..

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      Thanks !! Reward points if it helps</b>

      Saurabh

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