(File – Data Import – Selling Prices – Qty Breaks by Price)
Use this screen to enter initial base prices and quantity break prices prior to system startup day or to mass update prices as an alternative to doing so in the Base Prices screen.
When to use this import
Use this import when your items have quantity break prices. Base prices and quantity break prices are imported together in a single process. Each item’s base price is given a row in the source spreadsheet, with a quantity value of null (blank), ‘0’ (zero), or a text value of ‘BASE’.
New prices go into effect immediately
This import bypasses the Next Base field and directly updates the Current Base value displayed in the Base Prices screen, which means that imported prices go into effect immediately.
Support Center – Videos–Setup – Data Import – Selling Prices Import
The following table must be created in advance before you can import base prices. Refer to the Startup Guide for details.
Stock Items (Required)
All the items you sell must be entered or imported before you can import base prices.
*.csv File Format
Make sure you save the quantity breaks by price spreadsheet as a *.csv file type, which is the format required by the mapping screen.
Your spreadsheet must include the following columns. Be sure and insert a title in row one of each column heading so that the column can be identified during the mapping process.
Item ID (Required, String, 30)
This is the item ID associated with the price. Any value in the column must correspond to a record in the Stock Items table.
Qty (Required, Float)
This value depends on whether the price is the item’s base price or a quantity break price.
Base Price (Required)
Each item must have a base price specified in the spreadsheet as a requirement for entering any quantity break prices. The base price can be given a quantity of null (blank), ‘0’, or a text value of ‘BASE’ (all caps).
Quantity Break Price
Quantity break prices are optional. Enter the quantity associated with the quantity break price.
Price (Required, Float)
This is the new base price or quantity break price, which goes into effect immediately upon being imported.
The import process involves four screens that are presented in succession by clicking the Next button.
Screen 1 – Introduction
This first screen provides information notes on each particular import, a list of supporting tables that should be populated prior to running the import, and a listing of required fields.
Screen 2 – Select Import File
1. Column headings
This checkbox is selected by default and tells the program to skip row one of the spreadsheet because it contains column headings.
2. Choose the import file
Click the button in this field to navigate to your *.csv spreadsheet file.
Screen 3 – Map Fields
Om this screen you will map each DBA field, where applicable, to the corresponding column on your spreadsheet. Field explanations are as follows:
Click the down arrow and select the column heading from your spreadsheet that matches the DBA field.
This checkbox is selected when the field is required, which means all rows in your spreadsheet must have a value. Mapping is optional with non-required fields.
This is the descriptive name of the field in DBA.
This indicates the field type, such as ‘Blob’ (freeform text), ‘Boolean’ (true/false), ‘Float’ (floating decimal), and ‘String’ (alphanumeric).
This indicates the field length, when applicable.
Screen 4 – Import Data
When you are done with your mapping, click the Import button. The program will attempt to import your data. If any errors are found, the data will not be imported and a list of errors is presented on the screen.