We have an XCart shop that needs a modification fix. There was a modification on this shop that was previously working and now it is not. The working files have been overwritten with no backup available. We need to have this modification fixed. On the Import Orders: When the orders are imported it needs to be setup so that the order amount is discounted according to the discount assigned to the userID. For example, in the test file attached the orders should be discounted 12.5% when imported. This is the discount applied to id "gallucci4". The way this works is that the orders are imported and if the product is not in stock then the order does not import and is added to the "problem order" csv file that pops up after the import. In this problem file it list what is out of stock and the order number. Also, the problem orders do not decrease the quantity of a product since they are not imported (for example it does not change 0 to -1) From what I can tell, in a file with a lot of orders it will import every 11th or maybe 12th order but will not ever import consecutive orders. So if we have 50 orders in the file then 4 may import. For testing purposes I have changed the SKU's to non-inventory items in the attached "TEST" file so you can work on it and then try to import them. In that test file order 382888 should not import but should be in the file than pops up at the end of the import process and tells you what we are out of stock on. One quick note that may be of some help is that currently when we try to import the order file it does count the orders correctly but does not import them. For example, if there are 50 orders in the file and there are 2 that are out of stock it tells us that 48 are imported even though only maybe 4 actually were. I attached the file I just tried to import and PO 382814 and 382985 were the only orders that imported This is a very important project. We will provide a nice bonus for the proper function being fixed quickly.
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