Marketplace Product Offer feature walkthroughEdit on GitHub
The Marketplace Product Offer entity is created when multiple merchants sell the same product on the Marketplace. The product offer is a variation of a concrete product with its own specific price (and volume price) and stock. It can be “owned” by any entity, however, in a B2C or B2B Marketplace, it is owned by a merchant.
The Marketplace product offer has its own validity dates and its own availability calculation based on its reservations.
The product offer re-uses and extends concrete product features. All product-related data is stored and processed as concrete products. All offer-related data is stored in a separate entity and linked to a concrete product.
The Marketplace Product Offer feature contains both merchant product offer and product offer concepts. Merchant product offer extends product offer by adding a pointer to a merchant.
To learn more about the feature and to find out how end users use it, see Marketplace Product Offer feature overview for business users.
Module dependency graph
The following diagram illustrates the dependencies between the modules for the Marketplace Product Offer feature.
The following table lists the main modules of the Marketplace Product Offer feature.
|MerchantProductOffer||Provides a collection of product offers by request. Extends
|ProductOffer||Provides the main create-read-update product offer functionality.|
|ProductOfferValidity||Defines validity period for an offer.|
|Shop.MerchantProductOfferWidget||Provides merchant product offer information for the
The following schema illustrates the domain model of the Marketplace Product Offer feature:
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