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From "Jacques Le Roux" <jacques.le.r...@les7arts.com>
Subject Re: Category Level Price
Date Wed, 16 Mar 2011 08:33:04 GMT
Why not use a seed data file, with possible proper import process? 
It's easy to edit and, I believe, certainly faster than any specific UI, more error prone
tough (C/P, etc.)...


From: "aray" <aray@kenfuse.com>
> Hi Community, 
> I have a requirement where there are lots of products (upto 50 or more in
> cases) under each category. Each of them are different but are priced the
> same with same rules etc. Right now the way seems to be setting up pricing
> details for each of these products (i.e. default and list price). However,
> this is painful for 100s of product if done through the user interface which
> is the preference. To simplify wondering if there is a way to apply some
> inheritence based on product's primary category. For example if there are no
> direct price associated can we look for prices associated with the primary
> category . If that too is not available then recurse further to its primary
> parent all the way to the top potentially. An example scenario is music
> download by style / genre all of which are priced the same and there are
> potentially hundreds or thousands of them. Of course would love to override
> the price with a direct product price for cases but generally apply a site
> wide pricing. Is this possible? Do advice if there are simpler ways to model
> this or perhaps a support already exists. 
> Thanks in advance
> ar
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