Personalized Community is here!
Quickly customize your community to find the content you seek.
Now Available in Community - 2023 TechTalk Videos
2023 Release Wave 1Check out the latest updates and new features of Dynamics 365 released from April 2023 through September 2023
The FastTrack program is designed to help you accelerate your Dynamics 365 deployment with confidence.
FastTrack Community | FastTrack Program | Finance and Operations TechTalks | Customer Engagement TechTalks | Upcoming TechTalks | All TechTalks
I have a below requirement , please let me know how to achieve this in D365 retail and commerce
1) restrict the discount to customers ( i.e internal employees )
2) restrict the sale to a particular customer
For #1, you need to set the parameter "Match all associated price groups" to yes in the "General"-tab of the discount, and then make sure you include the channel as well as only the employee price group. This way only employees will get the discount within the defined channel:
E.g. if the price groups added are "Student" (=an affiliation) and "West" (=price group for "Seattle"-store), only customers of the "Student" affiliation will get an discount while shopping in the "Seattle"-store.
For #2 you would need to trick a bit, as there is no functionality that I am aware of that is restricting the sale to only one or a few customers out of the box.The trick would be to disallow the sale of an item for a price of "0" and then define "0" as the base sales price and a "real" sales price that is not "0" for those customers that are allowed to purchase the item.
2.1. Disallow sales with a zero price in the product details - "Commerce"-tab:
2.2. In the "Sell"-tab, "Base sales price"-group -> define the value for field "Price" as "0" => this way it will be blocked as the regular price is then "0"
2.3. Create a trade agreement for the item and the customer/csutomer group that is allowed to purchase the item and define the sales price in there
I hope these answers answered your questions.If so, please accept the answer. If not, feel free to update this thread.
Business Applications communities