Text formula (CONCAT for example) without prices?

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  • #4545
    Vladimir
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    Hello AWS team!
    Your product is similar to something I worked with before (spreadsheetconverter). But integration with the WC seems to me very promising!
    1. Is it possible to calculate text strings in your product and add them without a price to the cart?
    For example:
    A cart without prices to send requests for configurable products like this (exlink.internezzo.de)? I need generate Name and SKU for add do cart.
    2. Conditional logic not only for field and for field values? I need to hide the specific values of the fields depending on the values of other fields. (For such things, the dependency matrix is very convenient)
    3. Is there ready integration with Visual Composer / DIVI / Elementor or planed?
    4. WooPrice Calculator field types can be another product in WC (or custom post / field)?

    #4548
    Paul
    Participant

    Hello

    [ol]
    [li] Yes, It’s possible using the output fields and mapping them to the string, located in a cell excel. [/li]
    [li]The solution could be creating duplicates of the same field but with different values. So you just have to configure the conditional logic to show you the one you want depending on the values of other fields.[/li]
    [li]Actually No, But you can ask a quotation for that integration. Write us to http://altoswebsolutions.com/contact-us to ask a quotation.[/li]
    [li]I’m not sure if I understood well your question. Could you tell more about your goal? [/li]
    [/ol]

    Best Regards
    Paul
    AT725

    #4547
    Vladimir
    Participant

    1. Is good
    2. Is hard for supporting product range. Conditional matrix is maximum easy for configure support and debug. But no is no.
    3. Ok.
    4. AWS video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uE_Mfab22NU because need hardware as product.

    #4546
    Paul
    Participant

    Hello

    1. ok
    2. Yes, unfortunately that’s our actually solution. But you can ask a quotation for that functionality if you really need it.
    3. ok
    4. ah okay, if you want to create a calculator as shown in the video, the answer is yes.

    Let us know if you have more questions

    Best Regards
    Paul
    AT725

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