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A Package Per Person provides a method of mixing different types of items, such as a Package Each and a Per Person, into one package. In this way, a Package Per Person can show a realistic representation of child menus or packages broken into a per person basis, while taking into account static price items.
In a Package Per Person, the Unit Net Price, Extended Price, Negotiated Price, Discount %, and Net Discount values apply only to the parent package. For child items, these values are not displayed and the fields are read only.
Table 44 shows an example of a package per person with an expected quantity of 50.
This topic describes the behaviors and the internal calculations that Siebel Hospitality performs for selected fields in a Package Per Person and its child items. These behaviors are typical of the Package Per Person package type.
For the parent package, set to the # Guaranteed or Expected, in that order, when either of these fields is changed. If Guaranteed is null, Expected is used. For child items, defaults to the value set up by the administrator.
For the parent package and static child items, displays the same value as Quantity. For each child line item that is a per person item (that is, where UoM = Person), Extended Quantity is calculated as parent Quantity * child item Quantity, where parent Quantity = Best Attendance. For the parent package and static child line items, this calculation is not done and the Extended Quantity is the same as Quantity.
The Quantity of the parent item and of the child items can also be manually modified. If the parent is a package per person, the parent Quantity behaves as if the UoM = Person even if this is not explicitly specified on the parent record.
If Actual is not null, Best Attendance = Actual. If Actual is null and Guaranteed is not null, Best Attendance = Guaranteed. If Actual and Guaranteed are both null and Projected is not null, Best Attendance = Projected. If Actual, Guaranteed, and Projected are all null, Best Attendance = Expected.
For the parent package, this field is read-only and null, because allocations are normally calculated for the child records. For a per person child item, holds the allocated value of the revenue from that item. For child items, this value defaults to the allocations defined by the administrator. For the package, the value equals the Net Price. End users can update the child items' Per Person Allocation fields.
CAUTION: When a discount is applied to a package, the List Price will not equal the Net Price, so these numbers must be manually adjusted to make sure the child item allocations add up to the Allocated value for the package.
The Function Total field is located in the function record, and shows total value of the function. The value in this field includes the extended net prices of the parent package and does not include the extended net prices of the child package items.
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