PDF Forms - Calculating the discount / JavaScript

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Hello my friends,

 

I've a problem which I am hoping will be solved with your help:)

I made a pdf form with calculating net and gross price where customer can type how many of products wants to buy and it works all fine (attachment). 

 

The problem is when I want to make a discount (for example 10%) of total price if customer order 2 or more products and I'm stuck.  Do you have any ideas how I can make it happen? I can write JavaScript code but I dont know how to implement it into pdf.

 

Is it possible to use the total net price as a variable? 
Any ideas will be very valuable, cheers!

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PDF Forms - Calculating the discount / JavaScript

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Hello my friends,

 

I've a problem which I am hoping will be solved with your help:)

I made a pdf form with calculating net and gross price where customer can type how many of products wants to buy and it works all fine (attachment). 

 

The problem is when I want to make a discount (for example 10%) of total price if customer order 2 or more products and I'm stuck.  Do you have any ideas how I can make it happen? I can write JavaScript code but I dont know how to implement it into pdf.

 

Is it possible to use the total net price as a variable? 
Any ideas will be very valuable, cheers!

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Calculate the net price with Javascript code and substract the discount when 2 or more products are ordered.

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Why do you need JavaScript code when this can be done very easily with Simplified Field Notation, and  the same question has been answer before in the forums up to 4 times in the past two weeks.

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Price value is at 100%, but at 90% if 2 or more quantity. I don’t think this can be done with Simplified Field Notation.

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How does you count the ordered products with Simplified Field Notation?

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@Anna5D2F for all indivual total price add this line in a custom calculation script. Make sure you change the field name for each.

var qp_price = getField("kwota_val").value;
var qp_prod = getField("ilosc_val").value; if (qp_prod > "1") qp_price = qp_price * 0.9;

event.value = qp_price * qp_prod

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This will not when 2 different products are odered.

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Indeed, only when the same products is ordered 2 or more time.
So we need to calculate the sum of all quantity, than act on the results.

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She can add a hidden field, than SUM the quantities, than eveluate that resuts for the price.

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If you need this for 2 or more differents products, create an hidden field [I call mine "ilosc_total" ] that will sum all of the quantities fields. Than for all sub-total line use this in a custom calculation script:

var q_total = getField("ilosc_total").value;;
var q_price1 = getField("kwota_val").value;
var q_1 = getField("ilosc_val").value;
if (q_total > "1") q_price1 = q_price1 * 0.9;
event.value = q_1 * q_price1;

 

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You have to drop the quotes around "1" for it to work...

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Whatever you do, you will need to fix the Calculation order... 

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Use this code as "Custom Calculation Script" of "suma_brutto" field:

 

var sumanetto = Number(this.getField("suma_netto").value);
var iloscval = Number(this.getField("ilosc_val").value);
var ilosclol = Number(this.getField("ilosc_lol").value);
var ilosccsgo = Number(this.getField("ilosc_csgo").value);
var iloscfifa = Number(this.getField("ilosc_fifa").value);
var iloscf1 = Number(this.getField("ilosc_f1").value);
var iloscclash = Number(this.getField("ilosc_clash").value);
var x = iloscval+ilosclol+ilosccsgo+iloscfifa+iloscf1+iloscclash;
var y = sumanetto*1.23;
if(x > 1){
event.value = y*.9;
}
else event.value = y;

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