CounterPoint SQL V8.3.5 Release Notes
Applying mix-and-match pricing in Ticket Entry
In Ticket Entry or Touchscreen Ticket Entry, when a customer purchases enough items in a mix-and-match group to qualify for the discount, CounterPoint automatically recalculates the price of each eligible line item.
For example, this customer is purchasing 3 hamburgers and 3 cheeseburgers, qualifying her for the 10% discount that has been defined in the BURGERS mix-and-match price group.
If a mix-and-match code is based on Total quantity, items in the mix-and-match group must be sold in the same unit (e.g., EACH, CASE, DOZEN, and so forth) in order to qualify for the mix-and-match price.
If you configure CounterPoint to use mix-and-match price groups and the Reprice when edited check box on the Orders tab of the Stores window is selected, existing order lines may be repriced when you add or edit quantities on existing orders.
Updating custom pricing stored procedures
If you are updating from a previous version and you have defined custom pricing stored procedures in your database, you must modify them to accommodate mix-and-match pricing before you run Ticket Entry or Touchscreen Ticket Entry.
Refer to the CounterPoint SQL Update Guide for more information about updating custom stored procedures for V8.3.5.