Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Tiered Price Table » Incompatibile with WooCommerce Mix and Match and WooCommerce Product Bundles

  • Resolved helgatheviking

    (@helgatheviking)


    Hi, I’m the author of the WooCommerce Mix and Match plugin which allows users to package products into a container of a fixed quantity. Ex: a 6 pack of wine.

    It’s been brought to my attention by a mutual customer of ours that the Tiered Price Table plugin is incompatible with Mix and Match… and probably also Product Bundles and Composite Products which all work very similarly. (Not checking but it’s possibly also incompatible with Product Add-ons.) When a container product has a static price (Ex: $60 for a 6 pack of any 6 items), the price is added to the container and the bundled items are given a price of $0.

    From my investigation, if a bundled item is configured with tiered pricing, the Tiered Price Table plugin appears to be calculating the new cart price based on the saved database price. In this way the plugin is overriding the dynamic $0 price set for child products and effectively making our plugins incompatible.

    As an alternative to calculating from the store DB price, you could calculate from the current cart price. This should automatically restore compatibility with Mix and Match and Product Bundles.

    Cheers,
    -kathy

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  • Plugin Author WP Developer

    (@bycrik)

    Hello Kathy!

    The plugin cannot calculate the price from the current cart price, because the price just replacing to matched with quantity.

    An alternative way to solve the issue I can add a filter before replacing product price (maybe in the next update), so external plugins will be able to change login for some products.

    Regards,
    Kolya

    helgatheviking

    (@helgatheviking)

    Could you explain this again, I didn’t understand what you meant

    >because the price just replacing to matched with quantity.

    But if you add a filter, that could work. At least our mutual client would be able to write a snippet to make the plugins work together. Thanks!

    Plugin Author WP Developer

    (@bycrik)

    Hello Kathy!

    I meant that the plugin does calculate the price using cart data, quantity prices are already stored in aThe pluginlugin just replaces adding to cart product price to price which is already stored.

    BR,
    Kolya

    >I meant that the plugin does calculate the price using cart data

    But I’m setting the cart price to 0… And your plugin is setting it back to the DB price. Can’t look at the code right now, but maybe it’s a priority thing?

    Plugin Author WP Developer

    (@bycrik)

    Hi Kathy!

    Your client has texted me and we provided capability with your plugin.

    Regards,
    Kolya

    Very cool! Thanks for the update.

    mike9712

    (@mike9712)

    Hello,

    I have the same problem !!!

    With Kind Regards

    iwan

    Plugin Author WP Developer

    (@bycrik)

    Hello,

    Write to me on my email – bycrik@gmail.com

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