Hi Mandeep,

Making use of SupplierTab won't be logically correct. Example: In a
marketplace, the price range of the item is determined by the minimum and
maximum price listed by the vendors against the same product. But pricing
in ofbiz doesn't depend on supplier pricing as different suppliers are
supposed to feed inventory to same vendor. If pricing from suppliers
increase then vendor will have to adjust the product pricing manually. But
in marketplace, the price must go up and down automatically.

On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 8:02 PM, Mandeep Sidhu <mandeep1985s...@gmail.com>

> Use SupplierProduct tab instead, add each supplier with their own SKU and
> pricing. Also, make sure the product's inventory type is set to
> Dropshipment only, you would have to build couple of new ECAs to take care
> of billing and email notifications. Additionally, some modification is
> required to the Dropshipment workflow if you want to support split
> shipment.
> Thanks,
> Mandeep
> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 4:34 AM, sachin garg <sachingarg...@gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am trying to implement a market place using ofbiz on the lines of
> Amazon.
> > I am not sure how to configure multiple sellers for the same product? I
> > thought of creating each product as a virtual product and the variants
> > shall come from any seller. But then I will have to add a feature
> category
> > (say seller) and list down all the possible sellers to the virtual
> product
> > as "selectable". Is there a better way of doing it using ofbiz?
> >

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