Shipping rules

Hello ,

Could someone explain to me how the shipping rules work ?
I can't seem to get it right.
When I put from 0 to 10 value 10$, with a single item in unit, I get 10$, but when I put more of this item (but less than 10), Either I get to pay 20$ or 0$ as shippment.

Also when I put from 0 to 0, it's always true the same value defined.




thanks,
Hassan



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Dear Hassan,

The shipping rules entered are for TOTAL VALUE and not on quantity. If you see your example you have set shipping rule as:

  1. For value Euro 1 to Euro 4 then Shipping price is Euro 4
  2. For value Euro 5 to Euro 10 then Shipping price is Euro 5
  3. For value Euro 10 to Euro 20 then Shipping price is Euro 22
So in you first case the total value is Euro 37.90 which is not defined and hence the charge is ZERO, whereas when the Qty is 1 then total is Euro 18.95 then you get the charge as Euro 22.

I think you are mis-understanding the value with qty.

I know that the current shipping rule is something not gr8 in the system since its only based on Total Value instead of the weight or area which is actually the case.

On Tuesday, July 8, 2014 4:45:50 PM UTC+5:30, hassan bellounis wrote:

Hello ,

Could someone explain to me how the shipping rules work ?
I can't seem to get it right.
When I put from 0 to 10 value 10$, with a single item in unit, I get 10$, but when I put more of this item (but less than 10), Either I get to pay 20$ or 0$ as shippment.

Also when I put from 0 to 0, it's always true the same value defined.




thanks,
Hassan



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Thank you Aditya, now I understand. It really isn't great.
I wanted to make for every 1 item 20€ shippment. 1 item costing either 3500€e or 4000€. But in an order there can be other items with different price.
To work around I made the shipment as a service item and add it in every order. But steel it could be better if shipping rules was better done.

Le mardi 8 juillet 2014 14:38:11 UTC+2, Aditya Duggal a écrit :
Dear Hassan,

The shipping rules entered are for TOTAL VALUE and not on quantity. If you see your example you have set shipping rule as:

  1. For value Euro 1 to Euro 4 then Shipping price is Euro 4
  2. For value Euro 5 to Euro 10 then Shipping price is Euro 5
  3. For value Euro 10 to Euro 20 then Shipping price is Euro 22
So in you first case the total value is Euro 37.90 which is not defined and hence the charge is ZERO, whereas when the Qty is 1 then total is Euro 18.95 then you get the charge as Euro 22.

I think you are mis-understanding the value with qty.

I know that the current shipping rule is something not gr8 in the system since its only based on Total Value instead of the weight or area which is actually the case.



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I know hassan the shipping rules needs a lot of rework.

As a matter of fact, I am not using shipping rules basically for this reason in my company. We are currently entering the shipping charges manually in the system as a part of the other charges.

I hope that you are able to do the setup easily.

PS: Kindly note that this is a Developer forum and your post would have been better off in the User's Forum.

On Tuesday, July 8, 2014 6:20:03 PM UTC+5:30, hassan bellounis wrote:
Thank you Aditya, now I understand. It really isn't great.
I wanted to make for every 1 item 20€ shippment. 1 item costing either 3500€e or 4000€. But in an order there can be other items with different price.
To work around I made the shipment as a service item and add it in every order. But steel it could be better if shipping rules was better done.

Le mardi 8 juillet 2014 14:38:11 UTC+2, Aditya Duggal a écrit :
Dear Hassan,

The shipping rules entered are for TOTAL VALUE and not on quantity. If you see your example you have set shipping rule as:

  1. For value Euro 1 to Euro 4 then Shipping price is Euro 4
  2. For value Euro 5 to Euro 10 then Shipping price is Euro 5
  3. For value Euro 10 to Euro 20 then Shipping price is Euro 22
So in you first case the total value is Euro 37.90 which is not defined and hence the charge is ZERO, whereas when the Qty is 1 then total is Euro 18.95 then you get the charge as Euro 22.

I think you are mis-understanding the value with qty.

I know that the current shipping rule is something not gr8 in the system since its only based on Total Value instead of the weight or area which is actually the case.



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