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Rishi Solanki commented on OFBIZ-11001:
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Dear All,
While designing this feature I'm thinking to use 
ProductStorePromoAppl.manualOnly flag. I research around this flag and saw that 
the flag is usually used to skip the promotion while evaluation. Which means 
while applying or listing promos for the current cart promo engine skip all the 
manuanOnly promotions.
 
We can use this flag to manually apply the promotions by customer/user. Please 
comment on if I skip any other use of the same flag. In case all agree then we 
can proceed with this flag to design the feature.

> Applicable Promo Recommendations
> --------------------------------
>
>                 Key: OFBIZ-11001
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OFBIZ-11001
>             Project: OFBiz
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: ecommerce, product
>    Affects Versions: Trunk
>            Reporter: Rishi Solanki
>            Priority: Major
>
> Proposal is to add user selection ability for promotion. That means user can 
> select her own choice of promotion from the list of promotion applicable to 
> current cart. Right now promotion engine based on algorithm implemented 
> decide which promotion will be apply to cart from the list of promotion. For 
> example, if promotion engine find 3 promotion applicable for the current cart 
> then based on algorithm implemented it apply the maximum amount value 
> promotion to the cart.
>   
>  Coming back to proposal with some use cases;
>   
>  Use Case 1: Promotion engine find three promotions applicable to cart or 
> item as P1, P2 and P3. And as per algorithm promo engine decide to apply P1. 
> Now if user want to go with P2 or P3 then she can do that.
>   
>  Use Case 2: In #1 user can also choose to not take any promotion, remove the 
> P1 and submit the order without promotion.
>   
>  Use Case 3: Item1 and item2 will have two promotions common as P1 and P2. 
> Now user can opt which promotion should applicable to which item. That means 
> user can apply P1 or P2 on item1 or item2 based on her preference.
>   
>  Use Case 4: In #3 if user wants then she can opt to select promotion for one 
> item and can remove promo from other.
> [Reference 
> Thread|https://ofbiz.markmail.org/search/?q=Applicable%20Promo%20Recommendations#query:Applicable%20Promo%20Recommendations+page:1+mid:qvc5zimtu7txbiiy+state:results]



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