My understanding of permissions is that to create VOs you must have P-VO, correct? Ownership is not enough, just like OCs? If so there is an issue with permission regarding who can create VOs.
Not sure if this is a problem, but just to note, if an original product has Group Buy, it will still have this if there’s a variant over-ride on it.
Yays- the variant override on hand quantity goes down if someone orders. Variant override turning on demand off/on is working. The filtering and searching is working. Price over-rides working. Tax status working.
Well done @oeoeaio! Testing of the following all looks good!
Angularise for increased inventory management functionality
filter by producer - TESTING
search by product name etc - TESTING
adjustable columns - TESTING
include columns for: sku; on demand; - TESTING
Reset Inventory - TESTING
Can set a VO to ‘inherit’. ie. remove all overrides - TESTING
The only thing I noticed was a light issue with the display of the save changes button, sometimes it obscured, or was obscured:
Just confirming how permissions are working for Variant Over-rides…
I’m a hub.
I own an enterprise, but have no E2E2s (or any combination of E2Es for that matter). I’m able to create variant overrides for this enterprise’s products. I think this needs to be disabled so that only if P-VO has been granted can I make a VO.
For enterprises I don’t own, the only way I can create a VO for their products is if I have P-VO. This is working correctly.
If I have a distributor (they have granted me P-OC only), I can create VOs for them (this shouldn’t be). I can only do this for producers who have given them P-VO (if externally owned). It’s not enough that they gave P-VO to me, they must also have given it to them. But again I can make VOs for enterprises they own (but have no E2Es).