Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?
Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

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Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

— Original Message —

From: fblauer fb...@gmail.com
Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011
To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” er...@googlegroups.com
Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?
Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just a request.



On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na…@iwebnotes.com <na…@iwebnotes.com> wrote:
Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

--- Original Message ---

From: fblauer <fb...@gmail.com>
Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011
To: "ERPNext User's Forum" <er...@googlegroups.com>
Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?
Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request from many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to attach a PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

  • As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers whom we give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on any discount but are special prices for a product.
  • Any other benefits people can let me know




On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:
again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just a request.



On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na…@iwebnotes.com <na…@iwebnotes.com> wrote:
Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

--- Original Message ---

From: fblauer <fb...@gmail.com>
Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011
To: "ERPNext User's Forum" <erpnext-user-forum@googlegroups.com>
Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?
Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

I understood that this would take care of it. What experience do you
have with it?

http://erpnext.blogspot.com/2011/02/how-to-upload-pricelist-in-erpnext.html

On Mar 21, 9:25 pm, Aditya Duggal ad...@rigpl.com wrote:

I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request from
many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to attach a
PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

  • As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers whom we
    give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on any
    discount but are special prices for a product.
  • Any other benefits people can let me know

On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:

again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just
a request.

On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na...@iwebnotes.com na...@iwebnotes.comwrote:

Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

— Original Message —

From: fblauer fb...@gmail.com
Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011
To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” er...@googlegroups.com
Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to
customer or customer group?

Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?
Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

This feature would definitely, for a number of clients, have (important benefits). I maintain two pricelist (normal and “our own use/consumption”). However, again more data is to be entered, so I suggest that the standard price list, or a priocelist defined in global defaults, is “fetched” in case no alternative is defined.

rgds

Robert

On Monday, March 26, 2012 9:06:16 AM UTC+2, Turk wrote:
I understood that this would take care of it. What experience do you

have with it?



http://erpnext.blogspot.com/ 2011/02/how-to-upload- pricelist-in-erpnext.html







On Mar 21, 9:25 pm, Aditya Duggal <ad…@rigpl.com> wrote:

> I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request from

> many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to attach a

> PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

>

>    - As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers whom we

>    give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on any

>    discount but are special prices for a product.

>    - Any other benefits people can let me know

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:

>

> > again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just

> > a request.

>

> > On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na…@iwebnotes.com <na…@iwebnotes.com>wrote:

>

> >> Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

>

> >> — Original Message —

>

> >> From: fblauer <fb…@gmail.com>

> >> Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011

> >> To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” <erpnext-user-forum@ googlegroups.com>

> >> Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to

> >> customer or customer group?

>

> >> Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

> >> Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

Well as of now we can have price lists specific to customers since we can create multiple price lists but the problem is that it would create a lot of price lists for those people using ERP who generally give specific prices to their customers.

Till the time a solution is found out the work around is:

  • Create a Standard Price List for all your customer and mention the same the in the GLOBAL defaults
    • This would ensure that whenever a SO is made the default price list is fetched.
    • Now you have the option to give the customers discounts on this default price list or you can also Mark up the prices mentioned in the price list (just enter -10 as the discount in the discount table of a customer)
  • Now if you need to create a specific price list for a customer then create a new price list with the name of the customer.
  • When you create this PL then you would see an option to select this PL from SO drop down.

Now the problem with this system is that even if I have like 20 customers with whom I have special pricing and I create 20 price lists for their name then selecting them in the SO would become tedious since PL selection is a drop down list.

The solution which I think is best is this (for the developers)

  • Create a New DOCTYPE named Special Pricing
  • This doctype would be type of "TABLE"
  • This table should have the following columns (Item Group, Item Code, Price, Currency)
  • Now add this table to the customer master

Now we would have the ability to have special pricing with the customer without cluttering the Price List table which I think should be used for standard type of price lists or some kind of Special Offers.

@Developers:Please let us know about your views on this suggestion


On Monday, March 26, 2012 1:21:34 PM UTC+5:30, robert wrote:
This feature would definitely, for a number of clients, have (important benefits). I maintain two pricelist (normal and “our own use/consumption”). However, again more data is to be entered, so I suggest that the standard price list, or a priocelist defined in global defaults, is “fetched” in case no alternative is defined.
rgds

Robert

On Monday, March 26, 2012 9:06:16 AM UTC+2, Turk wrote:
I understood that this would take care of it. What experience do you

have with it?



http://erpnext.blogspot.com/ 2011/02/how-to-upload- pricelist-in-erpnext.html







On Mar 21, 9:25 pm, Aditya Duggal <ad…@rigpl.com> wrote:

> I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request from

> many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to attach a

> PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

>

>    - As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers whom we

>    give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on any

>    discount but are special prices for a product.

>    - Any other benefits people can let me know

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:

>

> > again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just

> > a request.

>

> > On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na…@iwebnotes.com <na…@iwebnotes.com>wrote:

>

> >> Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

>

> >> — Original Message —

>

> >> From: fblauer <fb…@gmail.com>

> >> Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011

> >> To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” <erpnext-user-forum@ googlegroups.com>

> >> Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to

> >> customer or customer group?

>

> >> Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

> >> Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

Hi All,

For a long time, this feature request is awaiting in our github issue list. Now we think this is the time to prioritize it as most of our customers are feeling it's need.

In Rushabh's word "seems there is a lot of momentum for this. lets make people happy!".


So we have decided to implement the feature in the next 2-3 weeks.

As per the requirement, we are thinking to assign price list to customer / customer group. In transaction, based on customer, price list will automatically appear.


@Aditya: I think, creating new doctype "Special Pricing" will complicate the process. Anyway we will definitely discuss it internally before implementing the feature. Also I did not understand the purpose of adding column "Item Group" in the table.




On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Aditya Duggal <ad…@rigpl.com> wrote:

Well as of now we can have price lists specific to customers since we can create multiple price lists but the problem is that it would create a lot of price lists for those people using ERP who generally give specific prices to their customers.


Till the time a solution is found out the work around is:

  • Create a Standard Price List for all your customer and mention the same the in the GLOBAL defaults
    • This would ensure that whenever a SO is made the default price list is fetched.
    • Now you have the option to give the customers discounts on this default price list or you can also Mark up the prices mentioned in the price list (just enter -10 as the discount in the discount table of a customer)
  • Now if you need to create a specific price list for a customer then create a new price list with the name of the customer.
  • When you create this PL then you would see an option to select this PL from SO drop down.

Now the problem with this system is that even if I have like 20 customers with whom I have special pricing and I create 20 price lists for their name then selecting them in the SO would become tedious since PL selection is a drop down list.

The solution which I think is best is this (for the developers)

  • Create a New DOCTYPE named Special Pricing
  • This doctype would be type of "TABLE"
  • This table should have the following columns (Item Group, Item Code, Price, Currency)
  • Now add this table to the customer master

Now we would have the ability to have special pricing with the customer without cluttering the Price List table which I think should be used for standard type of price lists or some kind of Special Offers.

@Developers:Please let us know about your views on this suggestion


On Monday, March 26, 2012 1:21:34 PM UTC+5:30, robert wrote:

This feature would definitely, for a number of clients, have (important benefits). I maintain two pricelist (normal and "our own use/consumption"). However, again more data is to be entered, so I suggest that the standard price list, or a priocelist defined in global defaults, is "fetched" in case no alternative is defined.

rgds


Robert

On Monday, March 26, 2012 9:06:16 AM UTC+2, Turk wrote:
I understood that this would take care of it. What experience do you

have with it?



http://erpnext.blogspot.com/ 2011/02/how-to-upload- pricelist-in-erpnext.html







On Mar 21, 9:25 pm, Aditya Duggal <ad…@rigpl.com> wrote:

> I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request from

> many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to attach a

> PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

>

> - As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers whom we

> give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on any

> discount but are special prices for a product.

> - Any other benefits people can let me know

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:

>

> > again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just

> > a request.

>

> > On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na…@iwebnotes.com <na…@iwebnotes.com>wrote:

>

> >> Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

>

> >> — Original Message —

>

> >> From: fblauer <fb…@gmail.com>

> >> Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011

> >> To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” <erpnext-user-forum@ googlegroups.com>

> >> Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to

> >> customer or customer group?

>

> >> Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

> >> Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?



–
Regards,
Nabin Hait

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ERPNext - World’s most affordable ERP - (Rs 299 / $7 per user per month)


Hi,

While you are at it :slight_smile: I would also think that a button might be
helpful in the quote screen to copy or transfer the price into the
customers/leads price list. If that is to difficult to be able to see
the last given price with a click of a button.

Thanks,

Turk

On Mar 27, 8:03 am, Nabin Hait na...@iwebnotes.com wrote:

Hi All,

For a long time, this feature request is awaiting in our github issue list.
Now we think this is the time to prioritize it as most of our customers are
feeling it’s need.

In Rushabh’s word “seems there is a lot of momentum for this. lets make
people happy!”.

So we have decided to implement the feature in the next 2-3 weeks.

As per the requirement, we are thinking to assign price list to customer /
customer group. In transaction, based on customer, price list will
automatically appear.

@Aditya: I think, creating new doctype “Special Pricing” will complicate
the process. Anyway we will definitely discuss it internally before
implementing the feature. Also I did not understand the purpose of adding
column “Item Group” in the table.

On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Aditya Duggal ad...@rigpl.com wrote:

Well as of now we can have price lists specific to customers since we can
create multiple price lists but the problem is that it would create a lot
of price lists for those people using ERP who generally give specific
prices to their customers.

Till the time a solution is found out the work around is:

  • Create a Standard Price List for all your customer and mention the
    same the in the GLOBAL defaults
    • This would ensure that whenever a SO is made the default price
      list is fetched.
    • Now you have the option to give the customers discounts on this
      default price list or you can also Mark up the prices mentioned in the
      price list (just enter -10 as the discount in the discount table of a
      customer)
    • Now if you need to create a specific price list for a customer
      then create a new price list with the name of the customer.
  • When you create this PL then you would see an option to select this
    PL from SO drop down.

Now the problem with this system is that even if I have like 20 customers
with whom I have special pricing and I create 20 price lists for their name
then selecting them in the SO would become tedious since PL selection is a
drop down list.

The solution which I think is best is this (for the developers)

  • Create a New DOCTYPE named Special Pricing
  • This doctype would be type of “TABLE”
  • This table should have the following columns (Item Group, Item Code,
    Price, Currency)
  • Now add this table to the customer master

Now we would have the ability to have special pricing with the customer
without cluttering the Price List table which I think should be used for
standard type of price lists or some kind of Special Offers.

@Developers:Please let us know about your views on this suggestion

On Monday, March 26, 2012 1:21:34 PM UTC+5:30, robert wrote:

This feature would definitely, for a number of clients, have (important
benefits). I maintain two pricelist (normal and “our own use/consumption”).
However, again more data is to be entered, so I suggest that the standard
price list, or a priocelist defined in global defaults, is “fetched” in
case no alternative is defined.
rgds

Robert

On Monday, March 26, 2012 9:06:16 AM UTC+2, Turk wrote:

I understood that this would take care of it. What experience do you
have with it?

http://erpnext.blogspot.com/ 2011/02/how-to-upload- pricelist-in-erpnext.htmlhttp://erpnext.blogspot.com/2011/02/how-to-upload-pricelist-in-erpnex...

On Mar 21, 9:25 pm, Aditya Duggal ad...@rigpl.com wrote:

I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request
from
many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to
attach a
PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

  • As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers
    whom we
    give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on
    any
    discount but are special prices for a product.
  • Any other benefits people can let me know

On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:

again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas
, just

a request.

On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na...@iwebnotes.com <
na...@iwebnotes.com>wrote:

Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our
roadmap.

— Original Message —

From: fblauer fb...@gmail.com
Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011
To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” <erpnext-user-forum@ googlegroups.comer...@googlegroups.com >

Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list
to

customer or customer group?

Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?
Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?

–
Regards,
Nabin Hait


ERPNext - World’s most affordable ERP - (Rs 299 / $7 per user per month)

Website:https://www.erpnext.com

Well what I am thinking is that the we could use the current Discount Table which we are using for giving discounts for the Item Groups.


Rather than creating a new doctype we could merely add a column in the current doctype “Customer Discount Detail” the column would be the item code. This ways we would not be adding a new doctype and also we could add the functionality of a customised pricing for a customer.

On Tuesday, March 27, 2012 10:33:44 AM UTC+5:30, Nabin Hait wrote:
Hi All,

For a long time, this feature request is awaiting in our github issue list. Now we think this is the time to prioritize it as most of our customers are feeling it’s need.

In Rushabh’s word “seems there is a lot of momentum for this. lets make people happy!”.


So we have decided to implement the feature in the next 2-3 weeks.

As per the requirement, we are thinking to assign price list to customer / customer group. In transaction, based on customer, price list will automatically appear.


@Aditya: I think, creating new doctype “Special Pricing” will complicate the process. Anyway we will definitely discuss it internally before implementing the feature. Also I did not understand the purpose of adding column “Item Group” in the table.




On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Aditya Duggal wrote:

Well as of now we can have price lists specific to customers since we can create multiple price lists but the problem is that it would create a lot of price lists for those people using ERP who generally give specific prices to their customers.


Till the time a solution is found out the work around is:

  • Create a Standard Price List for all your customer and mention the same the in the GLOBAL defaults
    • This would ensure that whenever a SO is made the default price list is fetched.
    • Now you have the option to give the customers discounts on this default price list or you can also Mark up the prices mentioned in the price list (just enter -10 as the discount in the discount table of a customer)
  • Now if you need to create a specific price list for a customer then create a new price list with the name of the customer.
  • When you create this PL then you would see an option to select this PL from SO drop down.

Now the problem with this system is that even if I have like 20 customers with whom I have special pricing and I create 20 price lists for their name then selecting them in the SO would become tedious since PL selection is a drop down list.

The solution which I think is best is this (for the developers)

  • Create a New DOCTYPE named Special Pricing
  • This doctype would be type of "TABLE"
  • This table should have the following columns (Item Group, Item Code, Price, Currency)
  • Now add this table to the customer master

Now we would have the ability to have special pricing with the customer without cluttering the Price List table which I think should be used for standard type of price lists or some kind of Special Offers.

@Developers:Please let us know about your views on this suggestion


On Monday, March 26, 2012 1:21:34 PM UTC+5:30, robert wrote:

This feature would definitely, for a number of clients, have (important benefits). I maintain two pricelist (normal and “our own use/consumption”). However, again more data is to be entered, so I suggest that the standard price list, or a priocelist defined in global defaults, is “fetched” in case no alternative is defined.

rgds


Robert

On Monday, March 26, 2012 9:06:16 AM UTC+2, Turk wrote:
I understood that this would take care of it. What experience do you

have with it?



http://erpnext.blogspot.com/ 2011/02/how-to-upload- pricelist-in-erpnext.html







On Mar 21, 9:25 pm, Aditya Duggal <ad…@rigpl.com> wrote:

> I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request from

> many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to attach a

> PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

>

>    - As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers whom we

>    give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on any

>    discount but are special prices for a product.

>    - Any other benefits people can let me know

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:

>

> > again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just

> > a request.

>

> > On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na…@iwebnotes.com <na…@iwebnotes.com>wrote:

>

> >> Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

>

> >> — Original Message —

>

> >> From: fblauer <fb…@gmail.com>

> >> Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011

> >> To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” <erpnext-user-forum@ googlegroups.com>

> >> Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to

> >> customer or customer group?

>

> >> Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

> >> Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?



–
Regards,
Nabin Hait

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ERPNext - World’s most affordable ERP - (Rs 299 / $7 per user per month)


Hi All,

The development of customer/customer group wise price list has been completed and it will go live in our next release.
You can assign a default price list in customer/customer group and it will appear automatically in the sales transaction.


Regards,
Nabin Hait


On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 12:55 PM, Addy <ad…@gmail.com> wrote:

Well what I am thinking is that the we could use the current Discount Table which we are using for giving discounts for the Item Groups.

Rather than creating a new doctype we could merely add a column in the current doctype “Customer Discount Detail” the column would be the item code. This ways we would not be adding a new doctype and also we could add the functionality of a customised pricing for a customer.



On Tuesday, March 27, 2012 10:33:44 AM UTC+5:30, Nabin Hait wrote:
Hi All,


For a long time, this feature request is awaiting in our github issue list. Now we think this is the time to prioritize it as most of our customers are feeling it’s need.

In Rushabh’s word “seems there is a lot of momentum for this. lets make people happy!”.


So we have decided to implement the feature in the next 2-3 weeks.

As per the requirement, we are thinking to assign price list to customer / customer group. In transaction, based on customer, price list will automatically appear.


@Aditya: I think, creating new doctype "Special Pricing" will complicate the process. Anyway we will definitely discuss it internally before implementing the feature. Also I did not understand the purpose of adding column "Item Group" in the table.




On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 6:29 PM, Aditya Duggal wrote:

Well as of now we can have price lists specific to customers since we can create multiple price lists but the problem is that it would create a lot of price lists for those people using ERP who generally give specific prices to their customers.


Till the time a solution is found out the work around is:

  • Create a Standard Price List for all your customer and mention the same the in the GLOBAL defaults
    • This would ensure that whenever a SO is made the default price list is fetched.
    • Now you have the option to give the customers discounts on this default price list or you can also Mark up the prices mentioned in the price list (just enter -10 as the discount in the discount table of a customer)
  • Now if you need to create a specific price list for a customer then create a new price list with the name of the customer.
  • When you create this PL then you would see an option to select this PL from SO drop down.

Now the problem with this system is that even if I have like 20 customers with whom I have special pricing and I create 20 price lists for their name then selecting them in the SO would become tedious since PL selection is a drop down list.

The solution which I think is best is this (for the developers)

  • Create a New DOCTYPE named Special Pricing
  • This doctype would be type of "TABLE"
  • This table should have the following columns (Item Group, Item Code, Price, Currency)
  • Now add this table to the customer master

Now we would have the ability to have special pricing with the customer without cluttering the Price List table which I think should be used for standard type of price lists or some kind of Special Offers.

@Developers:Please let us know about your views on this suggestion


On Monday, March 26, 2012 1:21:34 PM UTC+5:30, robert wrote:

This feature would definitely, for a number of clients, have (important benefits). I maintain two pricelist (normal and "our own use/consumption"). However, again more data is to be entered, so I suggest that the standard price list, or a priocelist defined in global defaults, is "fetched" in case no alternative is defined.

rgds


Robert

On Monday, March 26, 2012 9:06:16 AM UTC+2, Turk wrote:
I understood that this would take care of it. What experience do you

have with it?



http://erpnext.blogspot.com/ 2011/02/how-to-upload- pricelist-in-erpnext.html







On Mar 21, 9:25 pm, Aditya Duggal <ad…@rigpl.com> wrote:

> I would like to second to this feature, this has been a long request from

> many of the users and I think it is high time that we are able to attach a

> PL with a customer, things it would be useful in:

>

> - As far as I can see this feature would be useful for customers whom we

> give a quote for certain items and these quotes are not based on any

> discount but are special prices for a product.

> - Any other benefits people can let me know

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

> On Wednesday, August 31, 2011 11:21:43 AM UTC+5:30, Mahesh wrote:

>

> > again, it would be wonderful if this comes into your urgent agendas , just

> > a request.

>

> > On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 8:27 AM, na…@iwebnotes.com <na…@iwebnotes.com>wrote:

>

> >> Currently this feature is not present in the system. It is in our roadmap.

>

> >> — Original Message —

>

> >> From: fblauer <fb…@gmail.com>

> >> Sent: 31 August 2011 31/08/2011

> >> To: “ERPNext User’s Forum” <erpnext-user-forum@ googlegroups.com>

> >> Subject: [erpnext-user-forum] Is it possible to assign price list to

> >> customer or customer group?

>

> >> Is it possible to assign price list to customer or customer group?

> >> Otherwise, it would have to be selected for ecah document?



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