When a user buys a product the system has to create a coupon code and email it with the rest of the order's info.
It would be great to have this.
Agreed. This is critical to a deals site, and would be great to have this.
The coupon should be unique also. That way its trackable and can't be shared. To go along w/ that, there needs to be a way to output a list of coupon codes so as coupons are brought into a business, the cashier (for example) can cross the used coupon off the list.
agree with that0n3guy.
We'll implement this in the next 2 weeks. (We have some paid work to do in the mean time).
Definitely a crucial feature for a deals style website :)
Probably could even implement something through a cck computed field easily enough
any update on this? It's a little past the 2 weeks that were advised of above?
We're working on this, we'll have it on the next version... very soon!
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How or where is the coupon field being set in orders upon completion? I don't see it in the rules anywhere.
can someone respond to what #11 says?
The way I implemented all of the above is by create a module that when a deal expires I create a coupon code for each order (orders can only have 1 item) and save it along with the order.
I also change the state of the order at that moment, so a rule that sends out emails is triggered.
As for the list to give out to the store you only need to create a view that shows order related to a specific deal, having fields such as name, address, coupon code etc.
What I was asking is how the code is generated and where? It shows up in the orders but I'm unsure how that happens.
What was the outcome of this issue? Does the Open Deals 7.x-1.14 version have the ability to create a coupon code and email it with the rest of the order's info?
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