Last updated on APRIL 05, 2017
Applies to:Oracle BigMachines CPQ Cloud Service - Version 11.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Pricing rules are used to calculate price based on how a product is configured. Pricing rules can be based on a combination of one or more configured values. Like most rules, a pricing rule also has a condition and an action. The action determines the price of the model being configured.
Displaying the price to the user is the default setting, though doing so is optional. If the price should be shown to the user can be determined by an Advanced Function. If the function returns true then the price is displayed. If the function returns false, then the price is not displayed. Including the price in the total configured price is also optional. The default value is true, which indicates to the system that the price should be included in the total configured price. An advanced function can modify a default value if necessary.
During reconfiguration, pricing rules are always evaluated, regardless of whether the condition attributes are in the flows.
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