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Vincent
on 2/20/16, 2:40 PM 817 views

Here is my problem : I sell tee shirts : color : blue and red ans size L & XL. Only the Blue XL is 1$ more expensive than the base price. Where do I add the +1€ ? not on blue variant because the blue L is at the base price, not at XL size because the yellow XL is at the base price. Any chance to solve this problem ? Thanks a lot

My real case is with 200.000 products, and I could use the list prices with variants, unfortunately, we cannot use categories either with variants, since I cannot set every variant price individually in the list price configuration (otherwise I would have a price rule with about 50.000 tests), I wonder if anybody already solved this kind of configuration.

Thanks a lot.

Hello Nilim,

I am sorry I cannot answer on the forum because it says I don't have enough Karma !

So I cannot use the extra price otherwise the blue L will be too expensive...

This is why I have to use the list prices on product variants. And I am using a specific OCA module that allows me to use list price at the product level, so I don't have to make a huge default list price with the specific prices of all of my products.

Regards

Vincent

Le 01/03/2016 08:05, Nilim a écrit :

Hi Vincent,

W.r.t your query, I have gone through it and tried to replicate it. Few recommendations which I would like to suggest you which might cater to your needs are as follows:-

  1. Firstly, if public price of any of the variant is changed then it will automatically impact the product template and also other variants Public Price.

  2. This is because Sale Price of Product Template and Public Price of Variants are interrelated.

    For e.g. a 100$ increase in the Public Price of any of variants of any particular product will lead to increase of 100$ in the Product template as well as in all variants.

  3. If you want to have different Public Price for different variants you need to set prices of variants by going to “Variants Prices” in the product form. This can be done by following Sales> Products>Products>Variants Prices.

  4. As in your case you sell tee shirts : color : blue and red ans size L & XL. Only the Blue XL is 1$ more expensive than the base price. So the extra price which you have mentioned in your query can be added here

Refer this screen shot for more details :- 0http://prntscr.com/a6ex5r

Hope this helps

Cheers!!

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Nilim Kumar Nath
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Vincent
on 3/1/16, 5:13 AM

Hi Vincent, You can one thing. You can get in touch with us through our ticket system http://webkul.com/ticket/. We would be glad to help you

Nilim
on 3/15/16, 2:40 AM
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IT Libertas
On 3/14/16, 10:13 AM

Hello! Perhaps, this module https://www.odoo.com/apps/modules/8.0/pricelist_per_product/ would be also of use to you

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Nilim
On 3/1/16, 2:05 AM

Hi Vincent,

W.r.t your query, I have gone through it and tried to replicate it. Few recommendations which I would like to suggest you which might cater to your needs are as follows:-

  1. Firstly, if public price of any of the variant is changed then it will automatically impact the product template and also other variants Public Price.

  2. This is because Sale Price of Product Template and Public Price of Variants are interrelated.

    For e.g. a 100$ increase in the Public Price of any of variants of any particular product will lead to increase of 100$ in the Product template as well as in all variants.

  3. If you want to have different Public Price for different variants you need to set prices of variants by going to “Variants Prices” in the product form. This can be done by following Sales> Products>Products>Variants Prices.

  4. As in your case you sell tee shirts : color : blue and red ans size L & XL. Only the Blue XL is 1$ more expensive than the base price. So the extra price which you have mentioned in your query can be added here

Refer this screen shot for more details :- 0http://prntscr.com/a6ex5r

Hope this helps

Cheers!!

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 Hi,

 You should open variants Tab of odoo product page,on right hand side there is variant prices option that variant tab,click on that from their you will be abel to add the  Extraa price  for  particular variants.

http://www.virzoteck.com/blog/odoo-blogs-4/post/odoo-product-variants-19      this blog will be helpful to you

for more information you can mail me on virzoteck@gmail.com

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