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Shipping price per-products 01 Oct 2016 11:42 #1

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I would like to set a single shipping price per product. I've read two thread about this topic but I would set my virtumart in that way:
Product A: shipping price 18€. the customer buy 2 product A then the shipping price shuold be 18+18= 36.
What rules have I to write?

Thanks in advance.

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Shipping price per-products 14 Oct 2016 18:20 #2

Dear RobertoEttorre,
if every product cots 18€ shipping, then you can implement shipping as:
If you use only the free plugin, you cannot use multiplication, but have to explicitly check each number:
Articles==1; Shipping=18
Articles==2; Shipping=36
Articles==3; Shipping=54
Articles==4; Shipping=72

if you have different shipping costs per product, things get more complicated. If you have a fixed, limited number of products, you can use:
Shipping=18*evaluate_for_skus(Articles, "SKU-ProductA") + 19*evaluate_for_skus(Articles, "SKU-ProductB") + ....

If you have shipping costs per category (i.e. each article from category 21 cost e.g. 18€, each article from category 22 costs 25€, etc.), you can use a similar Approach, using evaluate_for_categories:
Shipping=18*evaluate_for_categories(Articles, 21) + 25*evaluate_for_categories(Articles, 22) + ....

Best regards,

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