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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 6:54 pm 
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Set Product Pricing Level?

Ok this as be stumped, I have no idea what it is for and how to use it. Couldn't seem to find anything in the manual about it.

If it is in the manual could you direct me to the page if not could you please explain what it is for and how to use it.

If it is in the maunal I will invest in 8) and aplogize for wasting your time.


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 8:56 pm 
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Pricing level is used to setup the margin of each product based on the cost (Ref Cost field in the product form). Once your cost is changed, the online price will be adjusted. Or you increase/descrease your storewide product margin.

You can set up the margin for each individual product or use the global pricing level. The online price will then be calculated as

Online Price=Ref Cost*Product Margin or,
Online Price=Ref Cost * Generic Pricing Rate (when the product margin is 0)


This function was developed for a customer has this special need and may not be suitable for everyone. That's why we don't have it in the mannual.


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Pricing level is used to setup the margin of each product based on the cost (Ref Cost field in the product form). Once your cost is changed, the online price will be adjusted. Or you increase/descrease your storewide product margin.

You can set up the margin for each individual product or use the global pricing level. The online price will then be calculated as

Online Price=Ref Cost*Product Margin or,
Online Price=Ref Cost * Generic Pricing Rate (when the product margin is 0)


This function was developed for a customer has this special need and may not be suitable for everyone. That's why we don't have it in the mannual.


I see actually that would suit be quite well I wondered where the generic pricing came from.

So if I setup
0.00 to 100.00 15%
100.01 to 9999.00 12%

All products 100.00 and below will be marked up 15%
All products 100.01 and above will be marked up 12%

If the margin is left as 0.00 in products.

Thats great will save some work.

Liking this program better and better :D


Oh by the way there is a bit of a bug in the RRP price showing in the store front. If the online price is 99.00 and the RRP 99.00 it will show the RRP price which it shouldn't

It should be if RRP >= online price then don't show RRP


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2007 9:31 pm 
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I see actually that would suit be quite well I wondered where the generic pricing came from.


To eidt generic (storewide) pricing level, go to Admin Panel -> Products -> Edit Pricing Levels if you have enabled the pricing level function.

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0.00 to 100.00 15%
100.01 to 9999.00 12%


If the margin is 15%, then make sure you type in 1.15.

Please be warned the Ref Cost must be correct in order to use this function, otherwise your online price will be incorrect.


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Oh by the way there is a bit of a bug in the RRP price showing in the store front. If the online price is 99.00 and the RRP 99.00 it will show the RRP price which it shouldn't

It should be if RRP >= online price then don't show RRP


We'll fix this in the coming release.


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