Summation of User-Defined Kit Pricing

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List:

We have a unique requirement for kit pricing. There are instances where a
salesman has quoted pricing that is outside of standard definition. We
would like to allow the order-entry person to enter this unique pricing for
the item and have the price of each lower-level item in the kit sum up to
this user-defined price. Does anyone know of a standard way of doing this?

Thanks,

Joe Mulrooney


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<FONT SIZE=3D2>We have a unique requirement for kit pricing. =
There are instances where a salesman has quoted pricing that is outside =
of standard definition. We would like to allow the order-entry =
person to enter this unique pricing for the item and have the price of =
each lower-level item in the kit sum up to this user-defined =
price. Does anyone know of a standard way of doing =
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elwyn

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We had to modify the programs to manage this sort of thing
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> We have a unique requirement for kit pricing. There are instances where a
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> would like to allow the order-entry person to enter this unique pricing
for
> the item and have the price of each lower-level item in the kit sum up to
> this user-defined price. Does anyone know of a standard way of doing
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<FONT SIZE=3D2>We have a unique requirement for kit pricing. =
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> of standard definition. We would like to allow the order-entry =
> person to enter this unique pricing for the item and have the price of =
> each lower-level item in the kit sum up to this user-defined =
> price. Does anyone know of a standard way of doing =
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