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[UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Fri Feb 10, 2017 6:36 am
by Johnathan

Current Version: v302.4 (release notes)

OpenCart Versions: 1.5.0.x - 3.0.2.x

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This extension allows you to quickly and easily add, edit, or remove both line items and products on an order. It does not rely on any complicated API calls like the built-in OpenCart editor, and is ideal for making quick changes to an order when you know the textual and price changes you want to make.

  • Easily edit products and line items on an order after it's been created. You can change product names, models, quantities, and prices, as well as line item titles and cost values.
  • Quickly add or remove new products and line items on the order.
  • Add or edit options on products, as well as any gift vouchers on the order. (Note: this feature is only available on OpenCart 2.x and 3.x versions.)
  • Optionally edit other order info contained in the "order" database table.
  • Create new orders in the Sales > Orders area, or for a specific customer in the Customers area of the admin panel.
  • Can be used in conjunction with Collect Payment Later to create a delayed payment system, where you can edit things like the shipping cost or products on an order, and then send the customer a link where they can pay for and complete their order.

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Re: [UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 4:45 am
by Johnathan
Updated to v230.2

Release Notes:

- Added: ability to search for products by Model
- Added: ability to set an order history comment when editing
- Added: ability to set the tax amount on products, if you've set your store to display prices with taxes

- Fixed: "Delete Line Item" buttons were not appearing in some versions
- Fixed: tooltips for buttons weren't working for newly added line items

- Updated: product stock is now affected when editing products, if the order status matches the Processing or Complete status in System > Settings
- Updated: new products now pull their Special price if they have one set
- Updated: orders in non-default currencies now display prices in the order currency instead of the default currency

Re: [UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:53 am
by Johnathan
Updated to v230.3

Release Notes:

- Added: stock decrementing for options associated with products on the order when their quantity is changed or they are deleted
- Added: product options within the "order_option" table are now deleted when the product is removed from the order

- Fixed: "Undefined index: order_status" error for 2.0 through 2.1
- Fixed: "unserialize" errors related to custom fields when using those
- Fixed: inventory is still deducted for products set to "Subtract Stock: No"

- Removed: warning about vQmod, since it's not actually required to use the extension itself

Re: [UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 4:36 am
by Johnathan
Updated to v300.1

Release Notes:
- NOTE: The extension now uses ocMod instead of vQmod, as required by the OpenCart cloud. If upgrading from a previous version, make sure to delete the old vQmod file, and then click "Refresh" in Extensions > Modifications.

- Added: compatibility with OpenCart 3.0.0.x - 3.0.1.x
- Added: native compatibility with OpenCart 2.3.0.x (You can remove the compatibility fix, or keep using it if you want to)

- Fixed: numbers greater than 999 were adding commas as a thousands separator
- Fixed: issues with "Tax" values for products for non-default currencies
- Fixed: compatibility issues with Checkout Survey and other extensions that add line items after the "Total" line item

- Removed: compatibility with OpenCart 1.5.x and for new versions

- Updated: product options are now displayed (but are not editable) for products already on the order

Re: [UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Tue Sep 26, 2017 4:42 am
by Johnathan
Updated to v302.1

Release Notes:

- Confirmed: compatibility with OpenCart 3.0.2.x
- Fixed: "Edit Line Items" button wasn't showing on all 3.0 versions
- Fixed: wrong URL link in the ocMod file

Re: [UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:21 am
by Johnathan
Updated to v302.2

Release Notes:

- Fixed: "non-numeric value encountered" error when not entering 0 for a product price or line item without a value
- Fixed: issue with updating the order total if the Total line item is not the highest value line item on the order
- Fixed: adding and then deleting a product or line item would delete the product or line item above it

- Updated: the "Sub-Total" line no longer shows the "Delete Line Item" button
- Updated: the "Save" button now keeps the user on the same page, so multiple edits can be made; you can use the "Back" button to return to the order list

Re: [UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Fri Jan 05, 2018 2:01 am
by Johnathan
Updated to v302.3

Release Notes:

- Added: ability to edit product options
- Added: ability to add/edit gift vouchers on the order
- Added: ability to e-mail an added order comment to the customer

- Updated: "Back" button now goes back to the properly filtered / paginated order list page
- Updated: new line items that have a negative value are now assigned the "coupon" code instead of the "total" coupon

Re: [UPDATED] Edit Order Line Items

Posted: Sat Jul 21, 2018 5:35 am
by Johnathan
Updated to v302.4

Release Notes:

- Added: additional Back button, so you can choose to go back to the order info page, or the order list page
- Added: ability to create new orders, using a "New Order" button on the order listing page
- Added: "New Order" button for the customer listing page, to create a new order for a specific customer
- Added: "Edit Order Line Items" button to the Sales > Orders > View pages

- Updated: orders without products can now be edited
- Updated: <select> dropdowns are now used for the following settings in the "Edit Other Order Data" section: customer_group_id, payment_country_id, payment_zone_id, shipping_country_id, shipping_zone_id, order_status_id
- Updated: the button icon is now different than the normal Edit buttons