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Posted - July 29 2004 :  12:10:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote

I'm setting VP-ASP up, and I would like to have multiple shipping calculation methods.

For example, I'd like to use "xshippingcalc PriceRange" but also use a percentage of the total sale as a shipping cost.


$10-$20 = $2.00 shipping
$20-$30 = $4.00
Over $30 = 5% of total price

Can this be done? I'm only seeing that I can choose one type of shipping calculation.

Thanks for any help.


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Posted - July 30 2004 :  11:45:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I figured it out. It was pretty simple as well.

I just set the shipping as pricerange, then in the asp code, added some lines that check the total value of the order before it ran through the pricerange section. If it was over a certain amount, it skips to the percentage section instead.

Works fine.

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Posted - July 30 2004 :  12:04:53  Show Profile  Visit eabrams's Homepage  Reply with Quote
That is a good solution. I have done some similar things.

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Posted - January 03 2007 :  14:41:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I need something similar (I think). We have a method xshippingcalc QuantityRange for certain products as follows:

1st item = $15
$5 for each additional item in this "group"

Now I have another group of products where shipping is:

1st item = $7
2nd item = $14
$15.00 for three or more of the items in this "group"

Is there any (simple) way to do this?

Edited by - nxpage on January 03 2007 14:43:53
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