[ic] price tag no longer works with quantity arg.
Ed LaFrance (New Media E.M.S.)
ic_users at newmediaems.com
Wed Aug 18 13:58:54 EDT 2004
At 09:16 AM 8/18/2004, you wrote:
>Ed LaFrance (New Media E.M.S.) wrote:
>>At 03:33 PM 8/17/2004, you wrote:
>>>I have this in my results page:
>>>[price code=[item-code] quantity=5]
>>>This tag does not work anymore. It use to, and now it does not.
>>>Quantity pricing DOES WORK however.
>>>Here is a test page that I made:
>>>Notice that all the quantity prices are the same! Its as if I am just
>>>using [price code=[item-code]]! However, if you order 5 or more pounds,
>>>of any coffee, the price changes! So this means that quantity pricing IS
>>>working! its the "price tag" that is not.
>>>What could this be, and how should I go about fixing this? There is
>>>nothing is the error log.
>>What does your CommonAdjust string look like? Be sure to check
>>etc/after.cfg as well as catalog.cfg. And are you certain you have proper
>>entries for the item in question in your pricing table?
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>I think that these are OK, Like a said the q pricing DOES work if I order.
>I'm just trying to SHOW these prices to people before they put anything in
>Sorry for posting this, it's a bit long but I am really in need of help!
I noticed that when I added an item to the cart at a quantity which
warrants a break, all the items on the results page get their price
displays adjusted to the price for that quantity.
This is most likely an issue of interpolation order - looping tags (like
[PREFIX-foo]) get precedence over stand-alone tags like [price]. Why don't
you try using:
in your search results list, replacing N with the pricebreak threshold
value (5 or 30), instead of [price ...] and see how that works for you.
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11630 Fair Oaks Blvd., #250 eCommerce | Consulting | Hosting
Fair Oaks, CA 95628 Ed.LaFrance at newmediaems.com
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