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  1. philpla

    attribute prices

    I see Do you think a port of the qt+attribut addons to a fully hooked new addon (including the necessary changes for the "new" price model) is the most effectiv way. Or would you propose another one? Can you give a rough estimation how much hours of coding would be needed?
  2. philpla

    attribute prices

    @JcMagpieagain: different products would be a work around ofcourse, but not a solution. this wont work for me.
  3. philpla

    attribute prices

    this is also my idea at the moment, but qt is not hooked, so this will endup in a major code change that's why i asked here - maybe some has an easier idea
  4. philpla

    attribute prices

    first thanks for all the awnsers. different products would be a work around ofcourse, but not a solution. this wont work for me. at which stage is it right now? @milerwan i am sorry but you are not right. their are 9 different combinations. but only 6 different prices are possible right now. In the example the price difference for a change of steel to aluminum between M4 and M6 is the same as M6 to M8. Right now i am thinking of a change of the existing modules (qt and attribut manager). These addons allready handle the stock quantity on the correct possible combinations.
  5. philpla

    attribute prices

    I have a general Question: Lets say we have 2 attributes (A1 & A2) with 3 different values (AxO1 ... AxO3) for each attribute(Ax) for one product. In this case the product will have 6 different prices (A1O1_A2O1 ... A1O3_A2O3). Shouldn't it be 9 different prices(not 2*3 but 3**2)? Maybe a practical example: Lets say we sell screws in different size(M4 to M10) and material (steel and aluminum). Now the pricedifference between M4 and M6 is not equal for the 2 different materials. I hope that I could express my problem clearly. Is there any addon which implements such a price/attribut/model? I would like to code this, but dont like to reinvent the wheel
  6. philpla

    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    Hello @raiwa thanks for your very fast reply. I will forward my question. I asked at this "place" cause I was most likely to suspect a clue here due to the thematic proximity. Maybe some will show up with an idea. Anyway thanks again for maintaining this addon!
  7. philpla

    AJAX Attribute Manager support

    First many thanks @raiwa for the great addon modul and the support! I have a general Question: Lets say we have 2 attributes (A1 & A2) with 3 different values (AxO1 ... AxO3) for each attribute(Ax). In this case the product will have 6 different prices (A1O1_A2O1 ... A1O3_A2O3). Shouldn't it be 9 different prices(not 2*3 but 3**2)? Maybe a practical example: Lets say we sell screws in different size(M4 to M10) and material (steel and aluminum). Now the pricedifference between M4 and M6 is not equal for the 2 different materials. I hope that I could express my problem clearly. Is there any addon which implements such a price/attribut/model? I would like to code this, but dont like to reinvent the wheel
  8. philpla

    DHL as shipping module

    Hello @cupidare MANY THX! german is fine ( mother tongue ;) ) i adopt your code to my oscom .... your code was a very good starting point anywhere i have some questions: - do you know if there is a function in the dhl-api to get the status/overview of all shipping during last day or so - #121: $oHeaders = new SoapHeader('http://dhl.de/webservice/cisbase','Authentification', $aCredentials); <- i also tried SSL, didnt work ... do you know why? - did you test it with dhl-api v3? again many thx for your help
  9. philpla

    DHL as shipping module

    @cupidare did you find in the meantime a solution for DHL shipping? (inxpress isn't what we are looking for ;) ) Best regards, Phil
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