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Hello,

I would like to be able to sell products by X pieces... set the unit price in the admin but only allow the customer to buy a multiple of a specific quantity (by product).

I don't think it's possible with the default installation of Prestashop. I found a module but it don't seems to be very professional : https://addons.prestashop.com/en/cross-selling-product-bundles/25969-sell-by-x-units.html 

- There are typos / spelling mistakes
- It use a popup in the case of a quantity error instead of creating a select box for right quantities.

Can you help?

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Can you explain the reason why?

 

I would just make the product title "Product Number 1: Pack size 10"

And make the price and weight for 10 items

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41 minutes ago, Daaaaad said:

Hello,

I would like to be able to sell products by X pieces... set the unit price in the admin but only allow the customer to buy a multiple of a specific quantity (by product).

I don't think it's possible with the default installation of Prestashop. I found a module but it don't seems to be very professional : https://addons.prestashop.com/en/cross-selling-product-bundles/25969-sell-by-x-units.html 

- There are typos / spelling mistakes
- It use a popup in the case of a quantity error instead of creating a select box for right quantities.

Can you help?

 

Do you mean this?

https://addons.prestashop.com/en/fast-mass-updates/27632-minimum-and-maximum-unit-quantity-to-purchase.html

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3 hours ago, joseantgv said:

 

Hi @joseantgv, thank you for the link !

I just tested the module and unfortunately :

- It's far too complex... you have to create rules with a selection of products... I just want to set an increment quantity for some products (via the API would be the best!)

- The increment function is not working at all. When I try to save the increment step it's not saving :(

Furthermore, their Prestashop Addons Front Office Demo is not working because HTTPS is missing... That makes me think that they are not maintaining the module.

Regards,

David.

 

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4 hours ago, haylau said:

Can you explain the reason why?

 

I would just make the product title "Product Number 1: Pack size 10"

And make the price and weight for 10 items

 

Hi @haylau,

The reason is we would like to display the unit price to the customer... that's for a B2B shop selling warehouse equipment. 

I could specify the quantity in the title but the customer would be obliged to calculate the unit price manually :(

Do you understand?

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9 hours ago, haylau said:

Could you use this feature?

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That's a good point! I did not notice this unit price field... Thank you :)

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Hi @Daaaaad,  

first of all, apologies about the SSL Frontoffice demo problem, it was solved yesterday.  

- About the config, the module can't save the increment quantity if you have set the "multiple" quantity (it's your case). Actually the "multiple" quantity has priority against the "increment", and it has no sense (as we have developed the module) to set the multiple and the increment quantity. Maybe it's necessary to show a message to customers like you who are trying to set the multiple quantity "6" and also the increment quantity at the same time. No problem, I take it to add the message in the next version of the module (that is almost ready to be published) and thanks for the subliminal tip :)

- About the complexity, the module is developed to define massively the minimum, maximum and multiple (or increment) quantities with an easy configuration. You can do it for the whole catalog with a simple rule (without selecting values in the filters), or filtering by the criteria that you need to set these quantities.  If you need to do it for some specific products then it's needed to select it individually in the products filter.  

- The module is maintaned and constantly upgraded, you should not have any problem.

Don't hesitate in contact with us if you have any problem or an additional doubt.  

Regards,  

David

 

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42 minutes ago, idnovate.com said:

Hi @Daaaaad,  

first of all, apologies about the SSL Frontoffice demo problem, it was solved yesterday.  

- About the config, the module can't save the increment quantity if you have set the "multiple" quantity (it's your case). Actually the "multiple" quantity has priority against the "increment", and it has no sense (as we have developed the module) to set the multiple and the increment quantity. Maybe it's necessary to show a message to customers like you who are trying to set the multiple quantity "6" and also the increment quantity at the same time. No problem, I take it to add the message in the next version of the module (that is almost ready to be published) and thanks for the subliminal tip :)

- About the complexity, the module is developed to define massively the minimum, maximum and multiple (or increment) quantities with an easy configuration. You can do it for the whole catalog with a simple rule (without selecting values in the filters), or filtering by the criteria that you need to set these quantities.  If you need to do it for some specific products then it's needed to select it individually in the products filter.  

- The module is maintaned and constantly upgraded, you should not have any problem.

Don't hesitate in contact with us if you have any problem or an additional doubt.  

Regards,  

David

 

 

Hi @idnovate.com,

Ok thank you very much for this clarification... what about creating the rules via the API (As my shop is synchronized with my ERP) ?

Regards,

David.

 

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Thanks for your reply. I tried it and it works. Sorry for the newbie question.

I would also like to be able to show a different item description depending on which attribute is selected. Is it also part of Prestashop?

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