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Ability to manually reprice open order in Order Hub

We are looking for a feature in Order Hub to manually reprice one open order at a time as well as a group of open orders together.

The reprice functionality should pull in the current list price from price list and discounts/modifiers from pricing rules from SBC records based on re-price date and effectivity dates associated to the SBC price records.

  • Guest
  • Jan 31 2022
  • Not under consideration
What is your industry? Retail
How will this idea be used?

This idea will be used to correct/update order amount which has been placed with incorrect/old price list.

  • Guest commented
    10 Feb 06:44am

    Hi Aaron,

    Using repriceOrder API meets our requirements. We can discuss further in our call tomorrow.

  • Admin
    Aaron Cutter commented
    2 Feb 08:11pm

    OK, thank you for clarifying. We do already have the repriceOrder API that will update an order with the latest pricing. Have you considered using this API to meet your requirement? If the API meets your needs, it would be a simple customization you can do in Order Hub to add an option to call this API for one or more orders.

  • Guest commented
    1 Feb 06:05pm

    Hi Aaron,

    Yes, scenario you explained is the requirement we have.

  • Admin
    Aaron Cutter commented
    1 Feb 05:57pm

    Hi Vimal, thank you for submitting your idea. Can you please provide some additional context for this scenario? Pricing logic can already be run on an order at the time it is created, but you mentioned that this idea is to fix orders that are submitted with incorrect or old price information. Is the pricing rule being changed after the order is created and you want to retroactively apply that to previously created orders?

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