[ic] UI Order Desk help
Wed, 15 Nov 2000 10:10:06 -0600
Yah ok Mike...thats fine and everything....but where is that at???? The
Shopping cart page?....cause I would not want it there I want it only
editable in the OrderDesk.
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Mike Heins
> Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 9:52 AM
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> Subject: Re: [ic] UI Order Desk help
> Quoting Eric Hull (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > Doug,
> > > a seperate
> > > table listing the salesman's name, a special "hard to remember code",
> > > and a discount percentage. I will then add a new input box so that
> > > the customer can enter the salesman code and receive the appropriate
> > > discount.
> > >
> > This is a good idea - just not sure how it will work for us
> > > If not, then manual
> > > override of the price may be your only solution. You have basically
> > > said that you can't keep the prices in the database accurate. That
> > > seems to be a problem unto itself.
> > This seems to be the only solution. The regular prices are
> accurate and we
> > have no problem with that. The affiliate (Pricewatch) is extremely
> > competitive and drives 80% of our online business at this
> point. We change
> > price listings very regularly on the affiliate to stay competitive with
> > other companies.
> > The obscure code for those may be a good solution and just
> update those when
> > we update with the affiliate. We will try it and let you know of our
> > sucess, and/or problems.
> All you have to do with the default CommonAdjust setup is to add
> mv_price to UseModifier, then set the price with
> [item-accessories mv_price text_10] inside the shopping cart.
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