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"mininum orders?"
Posted by Zenman on Aug-04-00 at 03:06 PM (EST)
Would like to kno if there is a way i can set the orders to say 15. and if the quanity is change below <15 , the order would not be processd?

Thanx in Advance

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PS , zenman, Aug-04-00, (1)
RE: mininum orders?, Bill Weiner, Aug-05-00, (2)

 

 
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1 . "PS "
Posted by zenman on Aug-04-00 at 03:09 PM (EST)
I forgot to mention im using V3
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2 . "RE: mininum orders?"
Posted by Bill Weiner on Aug-05-00 at 06:44 AM (EST)
There is not an overall feature like that, but there are a couple options that may be close:

1) Many of the input applets have "qty" parameter that allow you to specify the minimum quantity that a customer must select before the item is added to the cart. (Note: It just won't work over a span of different products. Ie. a min "qty" setting of say 15....will not check that 5 of one product and 10 of another product equals 15.... it will just ensure that the specific product will be added in quantities of 15).

2) Check out the quantity@price parameter option described at:

http://www.uburst.com/uShop/reference/ref_parameter_standards.html#PRICE

This won't limit the quantity of items, but will allow you to set different prices based on the total number of products that have a specified classification.

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