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First off, Do register a domain in your name? Hoping for any answer. Second question.. Hello everyone!.

I have a quick question. Let's say I have a product, the Rhapsody Towel, that's available in 4 sizes, and 10 colors. It would appear that I can set the quantity for the Rhapsody towel in general, but not the Wheat Hand Towel, the White Wash Cloth, and the Linden Bath Towel, etc..

What I'd like to do is set quantities for each variation of the towel, so if the Bath Towel in Grey, for example, is sold out, the other styles are still available to buy. This also will allow me to more accurately track my inventory..

I am running osc 2.2 - ms2. If anyone can help me out, that would be great..



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I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Thankyou for replying to my question, I will have a go at installing that later..


Comment #2

Just tried installing Master Products but unfortunately I get errors due to using the Basic Template system, anyone successfully using both the BTS & Master products together?.


Comment #3

Hey all. We're having a similar issue. Does anyone know how to set a quanity for each unique set of attributes, i.e. a product which is "towel" but a quantity for the red towels, and a quantity for the blue towels?.



Comment #4

After installing Master products I realised that this wasn't going to do what I actually wanted..

QTPRO is definately the way to go on this but having used the Basic Template System I couldn't just overwrite my files, I had study all the files and only copy in the parts that needed changing and after a little while I managed to sort it. So if anyone else needs to add a quantity to their attributes use QTPRO..

If you are having trouble with it, just stick with it, it is well worth it when you've sorted it..


Comment #5

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.