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Thanks for this module

There was a module for PS1.3 to disable products when stock is 0:

 

http://www.prestashop.com/forums/topic/22014-prestashop-module-psf-check-stock-disables-product-when-stock-is-0/

 

I've asked this feature on Prestashop feature request for years now, I used it before on oscommerce but it's not include in Prestashop.

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Thx, great module.

 

is it not possible to disable the products after 14 day of the sale?

I don't use quantities.

almost everything has stock of one.

When someone buy a item he must be able to see the product until he receive it.

 

thanks

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I test this module on 1.5.6.2

 

It's working perfect if you use no combinations in your products.

 

When using combinations the following problem.

 

When you have a combination with 2 quantities.

When one quantity 0 the module switch off the product, but one has still quantity!

 

Pls. try to fix this!

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I have tested the module with 1.5.6.2 and it is not working for me. 

I have tried with Deny orders and Allow orders -if product is out of stock. It does not deactivate product in either cases. 

 

Have I missed something?

 

Hollandtextiles....Did you change any settings to make it work?

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I have tested the module with 1.5.6.2 and it is not working for me. 
I have tried with Deny orders and Allow orders -if product is out of stock. It does not deactivate product in either cases. 
 
Have I missed something?
 
Hollandtextiles....Did you change any settings to make it work?

 

 

did you test this way?

 

intstall

 

make order that resulted in stock = 0  (this module does not retroactively disable).

 

my understanding also of this module, you must have 'deny' order set either globally for products (i.e. using  default in product), or set as 'deny' orders at product level

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it would appear (unless original poster appears) that this module is 'as is'. 

 

I had many more free modules than I offer now,  simply because of the amount of work 'testing' and then supporting various versions of ps.  if you read a free module topic where original poster is not responsive then it might be time to move on or not spend the time using it.

 

this ain't wordpress...supported module usually cost a few bucks

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