I know you talked about having a kiss but…..
Keep It Simple Silly. B-))
You replied on one of the comments on the guides re Kits – Bundles and I would love it to be simple.
Currently we use channelgrabber and I can easily make an item and the turn it into a bundle or kit.
When someone purchase a single item on ebay or amazon with SKU CAT-CLIP, channelgrabber will reduce the qty of CATCHARM and CLIP by 1 each or whatever qty Ihave to channelgrabber to associate.
Could be pack quantities.
We only have 1 product to worry about and that’s CLIP–1
If a customer purchases CLIP–10 then CLIP–1 is reduced by 10.
It works nicely BUT is it something that works out the box with magento or are we talking of addons – extensions.
Kind regards Simon
Sorry, just seen your original reply that it can’t be done off the shelf.
That’s a PIA.
This is one of the reasons I need to know as much info prior to shelling out for a server and playing with magento.
There has been a similar post here: https://understandinge.com/forum/your-feedback-suggestions/complex-variation-products/
We haven’t got an answer yet but we have a handful of businesses that would like this functionality so there maybe a way we can get this built together.
Every expert was once a beginner
I know it’s been a while, we sat down and worked out what was missing from M2EPro and it turned out, it’s very close, but the calculation is wrong for the kit products as it’s not accounting for the multiple quantities:
See this request: http://support.m2epro.com/foru…..-user-defi
PS. Votes would be helpful :)
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