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Price lists can have multiple line items for the same product, with different effective dates for the price in each line item. For more information, see Giving a Product Multiple Prices with Different Effective Dates.
The structure of a component-based product may change during a time interval, and the prices of the product and its components may change at different dates during this time interval. It may be necessary to apply the component price adjustments to future versions of the component-based product, which has a different structure. For more information, see Impact of Product Versioning and Price List Line Item Effectivity on Component-Based Pricing.
When you create a new time interval for a product with components in the Administration - Product screen, the component-product price adjustments are copied to the new time interval. However, these adjustments will apply in run time only if the component-product and its components exist in the price list during that same time interval.
You can click the Verify Adjustments button to display a list of the time intervals that have been defined for products with component prices. Check this list to make sure that component prices have been defined for every time interval.
In the price list, Product A1 has the list prices shown in Table 16.
Within Product A, there are the price adjustments for Product A1 shown in Table 17.
When you click the Verify Adjustments button, the pop-up applet contains the information shown in Table 18.
This pop-up applet shows the gaps in the pricing information. During several time periods, there is no component price adjustment. Between 6/30/05 and 7/15/05, there is no list price, so the item has a price of zero.
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