cadoro Posted March 16, 2007 Share Posted March 16, 2007 Hi, Normally, all the discounting should be done in osCommerce. That way, the invoice in osC will show the correct purchase prices. If your customer uses a payment gateway like Authorize.net, then obviously the discounts have to already be applied in osC or the incorrect amount would be charged to their credit card. I don't know if there is any contribution that allows pricing discounts for specific customers. There are discount coupons and vouchers. When QBI imports an order, the price paid for an item in the shopping cart will supersede the price in QB, so it doesn't matter if the price in osC is lower than the price for it in QB. That's why the price, and any discounts, need to be set up in osC, not in QB. As far as the price levels getting deleted, this is an unfortunate issue with iif files. The iif format is not very sophisticated, and when you import a customer again who has purchased before, some fields will get over-written. This is the intended behavior for QBI, so that the customer's contact information and billing/shipping addresses will get over-written and updated to match the latest order. QBI 4.0 will solve this issue by using xml instead of iif. Thanks, Adam I have QBI 3.02 installed. I was able to succesfully generate discounted orders. When I go to import the orders, the following msg shows up in the QBI import Orders file: 'Discount and Fee matching not set up'Understandably, because when I go to QBI setup->Discount/Fees, i see this: Quickbooks discounts/fees have not been set up. Before matching, you need to complete Set up: Discounts/Fees. Ok, so I import the lists.iif, but it doesn't change anything ... still the same message. Any ideas ? Is this why you suggested the new version of QBI ? I created a Test Discount and it's still active and in the table. Thanks in advance ... I searched for this problem and didn't see it anywhere ... :'( Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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