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Pricing a Product in a Base Catalog

Commerce Server 2002

You set prices of products while creating product properties. However, you can also change prices for your products whenever you receive a notification of a price change. For example, if the price of a black leather jacket increases from $399 to $429, you can make that change in the product properties.

The procedures for pricing products in virtual catalogs differ significantly from pricing products in base catalogs. For instructions, see Pricing a Product in a Virtual Catalog.

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  • To temporarily change the price of a product for a specific length of time or for a selected set of users, you can create a discount campaign. For more information, see Creating a Discount.

To price a product in a base catalog

  1. In Catalogs, click Catalog Editor.
  2. In the Catalogs screen, select the catalog that contains the product you want to price, and then click Open on the toolbar.
  3. In the Catalog Content - <Catalog Name> (product) screen, in the Product section, find the product you want to price. To list all products, click Find All.
  4. In the Products list, select the product you want to price, and then click Edit.
  5. In the Catalog Editor - <Catalog Name> - <Product Name> screen, type the price for the product in the Default price box.
  6. To return to the Catalog Content - <Catalog Name> (product) screen, click Save and go back on the toolbar.
  7. To return to the Catalogs screen, click Save and go back on the toolbar.
  8. To apply the updated pricing to your Web site, click Publish a catalog on the toolbar.

The updated catalog is published on your Web site.

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