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Can someone explain the difference between the price list architecture in Odoo 8 and Odoo 9? (Where has versioning gone?)

Holden Rehg
on 12/30/15, 3:23 PM 966 views

Can someone explain the difference between the price list architecture in Odoo 8 and Odoo 9? We previously relied pretty heavily on the versioning feature for price lists in Odoo 8 but it appears that has disappeared in version 9.




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Ray Carnes
On 12/31/15, 2:09 PM

Dates are now supported on Pricelist rules (called Items in v9), so it appears versions are no longer required.

Be sure to checkmark "Advanced Pricing based on formula" in Sales --> Configuration --> Settings.

Thanks Ray, that makes sense and looks like it'll be much more simple to manage now.

Holden Rehg
on 12/31/15, 2:14 PM

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