[ic] Quantity Price Break
greg at perusion.com
Thu Nov 27 15:01:47 UTC 2008
>>>> You can add as many as you need - what database are you using?
>>> Using mysql
>> It has been awhile since I did this, but I just add new fields to my mysql
> This looks like the catalog.cfg which is what I originally changed. But,
> apply change did not make the fields available in the pricing.txt table.
If you are making the changes in MySql, then you will need to export the
table from IC in order to make the changes visible in pricing.txt.
> Plus if I add it to the pricing table and try to import the table, I get
> the errors mentioned earlier. I also tried adding the definitions to the
> pricing.mysql file.
If you make the changes in Mysql, then you do not *have* to change
pricing.mysql. You just need to make the changes in Mysql, then restart
or apply changes (either will work), then use Export from IC in tables
area. That will get you from database to text and "make the fields
available" in pricing.txt.
If you want to make the changes in pricing.mysql, and go from text to
database, then make changes in
and restart (either restart or apply changes will work). That will
rebuild the table in Mysql from the text file.
All this is in 5.6.1
I am not sure if both apply changes or restart will work in earlier
> I am wondering if I need to get my host to restart
> interchange manually?
> , and restart, or maybe just apply changes.
>> here is my definition:
>> ;:sale_price, ;:price, ;$, :related, ==:options
>> PriceField 0
>> I remember some issues with this long list of discounts, make sure it is
>> on one line.
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