Limits for vendor's accounting payouts

ss_vendor_payout_limit

Extension to Multi-Vendor allows setting up limits of payouts, which vendor can make through built-in accounting system.

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Extension to Multi-Vendor allows setting up limits of payouts, which vendor can make through built-in accounting system.

We start from installing an extension:

Add-on configuration contains fields for typing upper and lower limit of payouts, which can vendor makr. Marking a checkbox allows to block payouts which exceed vendor's balance.

Those options do not contradict each other - configuration shows on below screenshot locks payouts to range 10-100 PLN and only if vendor balance condition is fulfilled.

Remember, that restrictions apply only to individual payouts - add-on does not check how many payouts and on what amounts vendor made in the past.

On below example vendor is trying to make a payout exceeding his balance:

If payout amount does not match any of the conditions defined in add-on configuration, payout is not made and notification is shown.

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Program:
  • Multi-Vendor
  • Only Multi-Vendor
Version:
  • 4.13.x
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  • 4.10.x
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  • 4.6.x
  • 4.5.x
  • 4.4.x
  • 4.3.x
  • 4.2.x
  • 4.1.x
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Changes in the code :
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