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VP-ASP Super User

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Posted - August 04 2008 :  02:55:09  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
One of vpasp feature tells "Customer based pricing (retail, wholesale, etc) "

Does this mean that I can put retail and wholesale price and show retail price to customers and wholesale price to ONLY wholesaler?

If it is so, how I can do it?

Thanks in advance.

VP-ASP New User

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Posted - August 04 2008 :  18:36:57  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes you can do that. If you want to set as retail and wholesale, retail see the normal price (cprice) and wholesale see the special price (price2)
1) Xcustomerprices: Yes
2) Xcustomerpriceidentifier:custother1
3) Xcustomerpricetypes:wholesale
4) Xcustomerpricefields:price2
5) In the customer records, locate custother1, enter the field as wholesale to identify the customer.
6) In the product records, locate the price2, enter the price for wholesale.
7) done. normal customer will only see the cprice, only login customer who custother1 is wholesale will see the price2
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Admiral The X
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Posted - October 21 2008 :  07:00:52  Show Profile  Visit Admiral The X's Homepage  Reply with Quote
isn't that what field contacttypeid is for? contact account type id. though i guess for some reason the field is numeric? i didnt look in the db yet to confirm but it does not look to accept characters, lol. i guess i'll go with your method.

Edited by - Admiral The X on October 21 2008 07:13:40
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