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OptionPriceIncrement

Thread began 3/19/2010 12:04 pm by info4753 | Last modified 4/30/2010 1:45 am by info4753 | 2818 views | 8 replies |

info4753

OptionPriceIncrement

How do I handle the OptionPriceIncrement in the productsoptions table?

I've got t-shirts for kids, sizes 26-36 für $20 and the same t-shirt (with the same ProductID), sizes S-XL for $30. How do I handle the different price?

Thanks for any help in advance!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the products table for the tee shirt, you enter the base price for the product in the price column, 20 for this item.

In the productsoptions.OptionPriceIncrement you enter how much the selected option should increase the price.


where the sizes S-XL increase the price by $10, enter 10 for the OptionPriceIncrement for those options.

there will be a how to article released next week that will walk through using this in eCart.

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info4753

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  In the products table for the tee shirt, you enter the base price for the product in the price column, 20 for this item.

In the productsoptions.OptionPriceIncrement you enter how much the selected option should increase the price.


where the sizes S-XL increase the price by $10, enter 10 for the OptionPriceIncrement for those options.

there will be a how to article released next week that will walk through using this in eCart.  



Great, thanks Jason

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info4753

Hi Jason

Where do I find this "How to ..." article?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it is available on the eCart support page:
ecart/

titled "Product Options with eCart"

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info4753

Thx Jason !

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info4753

I tried to implement the option price increment but no data from the SizeLookup table is beeing added to the cart. It looks like the "Post-filter" is not working. Can you please have a look at the attached file and tell me what might be wrong?

Thanks a lot in advance...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the value for the size list is set to pass the option name, it should be set to pass the option ID.


The Size Lookup recordset will pass the option name and price increment into the cart.

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info4753

Thanks Jason

I'll ckeck that :-)

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