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Hi all I am sure some one has ran into this and hopufully has a solution. We sell t-shirts simple right. In our quickbooks we have each size and color as a product. So a red medium size skateboard t-shirt is one product. This is basicaly the way we order em from the printer and so on. In os commerce we have two artibutes per product, size and color for easy ordering. However the qbi module sees each size as a product and each color as a product. We need it to see each size in each color as a product so we can match our quickbooks. so if there are two sizes and two colors the qbi contribution sees four products a small, a large a blue and a red. it needs to see a small blue, a small red, a medium blue and a medium red. Does any one know how to set this up.

 

thanks in advance

 

dave

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Hi all I am sure some one has ran into this and hopufully has a solution. We sell t-shirts simple right. In our quickbooks we have each size and color as a product. So a red medium size skateboard t-shirt is one product. This is basicaly the way we order em from the printer and so on. In os commerce we have two artibutes per product, size and color for easy ordering. However the qbi module sees each size as a product and each color as a product. We need it to see each size in each color as a product so we can match our quickbooks. so if there are two sizes and two colors the qbi contribution sees four products a small, a large a blue and a red. it needs to see a small blue, a small red, a medium blue and a medium red. Does any one know how to set this up.

 

thanks in advance

 

dave

Dave,

 

QBI should see four products. Are you using QBI's matching, or are you importing as-is to QB items:subitems that are already set up?

 

Please post any response in the QBI forum at:

http://forums.oscommerce.com/index.php?showtopic=127893

I usually answer questions posted there within one day. I do not normally scan other areas for posts about QBI.

 

Thanks,

- Adam (QBI's creator)

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