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I've tried for days to get price lists to work properly and I'm at my wits end... this should be really straight forward but I can't figure out what is happening.
I have a Product with a retail price list and currency set.
I create a new price list, intended to be a Percent of List price list for the same product.... not saved yet.
I try to save it - I get the following error
Does anyone know why this could be happening? I've done a completely new instance of a sandbox and this is happening - so so frustrating.
Is this some configuration issue at a lower level in System settings??
1) You have selected a different pricelist record in your second screenshot (i.e. price list item)
2) The error message complains about the discrepancy between the Product & PriceList Item Currency. Verify if your Product "Test Product" has Australian Dollar selected as currency.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the reply!
Regarding your responses
1) I'm not sure what you mean... I'll try and explain. Yes, it's a different price list because I'm trying to create a new price list item for this new price list (Viaaji Estudia) - therefore the record is different
2) My understanding is that a 'Product' does not have a currency - it's the Default Price List you associate with a product that gives it a price and a currency. In this case it is set to Australian dollars (see screenshot 1, which is my default price list attached to Test Product as you can see)
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