What about creating the following tables to store the data:
Table 1: Pricing Discount Header (PromoID, Total Quantity Required, Price Discount, effectivity dates, other promo related fields)
Table 2: Promo Items (PromoID, SeqID, ItemNumber, other detail fields)
Then you might be able to Use CSM User Exits to change the prices based on looking up data in those files.
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From: mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:mapics-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Marc Rohde
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Is there a good way to handle a quantity specific promo when it is based on mixed quantity?
For example we have product ABC-Black and ABC-White that will get a reduced price when a customer orders 144 in combination of the two. They are distinct part numbers rather than "S" numbers and we have had another promo where the price is based on a larger mix (3+ items).
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