Scheduled Prices: Reference Information
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This topic contains the reference information that you need to know when working in the Scheduled Prices section.


Import New Scheduled Prices Page

In the Import new scheduled prices section you see the following:

  • Link to the page where the format of the file with price schedules is described.
  • Schedule name field
  • File selection button
  • The button for importing price schedules from the selected file
    In the Scheduled prices imported section you see the following:
Attribute Description
Import ID Numeric identifier of a scheduled price import.
Name Alphabetic identifier of a scheduled price import.
Imported by and on the Back office user who imported the list and the time of the import.
Status Import status: draft (scheduled prices are imported but not applied) or published (scheduled prices are imported and applied).
Number of prices Number of scheduled prices in an imported list.
Number of products Number of products which have scheduled prices assigned to them in an imported list.
Actions Set of actions that you can do with an import.

Import New Scheduled Prices Page Attributes

Attribute Description
Schedule name The name of the list of price product schedules which will be saved in the database.
Select your CSV file Here, you can select the file with price product schedules which you want to import. See HowTo - Import Scheduled Prices to learn more about the file format.

Scheduled Prices: Import Dry Run Page

The Scheduled Prices: Import dry run page is divided into four sections.

  • Dry run of your import. In this section you see the following:
    • Link to the page where the format of the file with price schedules is described.
    • Schedule name
    • File selection button
    • The button for importing price schedules from the selected file
  • Publish the scheduled price. In this section you see the following:
    • The button for publishing the price schedules that have been imported successfully.
  • Errors found inside your file. In this section you see the following:
    • Row number and the error related to that row.
  • Row processed with success. In this section you see the following:
    • Price schedule ID, SKU's of the abstract and concrete products to which the price schedule belongs.
    • Store to which the product with the price schedule belongs.
    • Currency in which the price schedule is specified.
    • Price type of the price schedule and values for gross and net mode.
    • Starting and ending dates of the price schedule.

Scheduled Prices: Import Dry Run Page Attributes

Attribute Description
Schedule name The name of the list of price product schedules which you have just imported.
Select your CSV file Here, you can select the file with price product schedules which you want to re-import. It is used in case you want to correct or change some of the schedules you have imported. Learn about file format in HowTo - Import Scheduled Prices.
Row n° A numeric identifier of a price schedule entry in the list of price schedules.
Error Describes why a particular price schedule has not been imported.
ID A numeric identifier of price schedule.
abstract_sku An identifier of the abstract product to which price schedule is assigned.
concrete_sku An identifier of the concrete product to which price schedule is assigned.
store Store relation of the product to which price schedule is assigned.
currency Currency in which price schedule is defined.
price_type Price type in which price schedule is defined: DEFAULT or ORIGINAL.
value_net Net value of product defined by the price schedule
value_gross Gross value of product defined by the price schedule.
from_included The date on which the price specified by the price schedule gets applied.
to_included The date on which the price specified by the price schedule gets reverted back.

View Import and Edit Import Pages

Since View Import and Edit Import pages have almost the same attributes, you can use the attributes in this section while both viewing and editing imports.

General Information Section

Attribute Description View page Edit page
Import n Numeric identifier of the scheduled price import. Yes Yes
Name Alphabetic identifier of the scheduled price import. Yes Editable
Imported by and on the Back office user who imported the list and the time of the import. Yes Yes
Number of prices Number of scheduled prices in the imported list. Yes Yes
Number of products Number of products which have scheduled prices assigned to them in an imported list. Yes Yes

Scheduled Prices Inside This Import Section

Attribute Description View page Edit page
Abstract SKU Identifier of the abstract product to which price schedule is assigned. Yes Yes
Concrete SKU Identifier of the concrete product to which price schedule is assigned. Yes Yes
Price Type Price type in which price schedule is defined: DEFAULT or ORIGINAL. Yes Yes
Currency Currency in which price schedule is defined. Yes Yes
Store Store relation of the product to which price schedule is assigned. Yes Yes
Net price Net value of product defined by the price schedule. Yes Yes
Gross price Gross value of product defined by the price schedule. Yes Yes
Start from (included) Date on which the price specified by the price schedule gets applied. Yes Yes
Finish at (included) Date on which the price specified by the price schedule gets reverted back. Yes Yes
Actions Set of actions that you can do with a price schedule. No Yes

Edit Scheduled Price Page

Attribute Description
Abstract SKU Identifier of the abstract product to which price schedule is assigned.
Concrete SKU Identifier of the concrete product to which price schedule is assigned.
Store Store relation of the product to which price schedule is assigned.
Currency Currency in which price schedule is defined.
Net price Net value of product defined by the price schedule.
Gross price Gross value of product defined by the price schedule.
Price Type Price type in which price schedule is defined: DEFAULT or ORIGINAL.
Start from (included) Date on which the price specified by the price schedule gets applied.
Finish at (included) Date on which the price specified by the price schedule gets reverted back.
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