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 ====== Item Quantity and Attribute Line Item Quantity ====== ====== Item Quantity and Attribute Line Item Quantity ======
-Quantity in CPQ can be defined on item level, attribute level and attribute value level.\\+Quantity in SAP CPQ can be defined on item level, attribute level and attribute value level.\\
 ===== ItemQuantity Attribute ===== ===== ItemQuantity Attribute =====
 To allow defining quantity of product items in the configurator, administrators need to add the **ItemQuantity** attribute to a product and list it as line item. The attribute is predefined in the tenant when you register. The **Quantity** field will consequently display in the Catalog when configuring that product.\\ To allow defining quantity of product items in the configurator, administrators need to add the **ItemQuantity** attribute to a product and list it as line item. The attribute is predefined in the tenant when you register. The **Quantity** field will consequently display in the Catalog when configuring that product.\\
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   - In the tier pricing model, pricing is based on **ItemQuantity**, and users are enabled to edit the quantity in quotes by selecting **User Can Enter Quantity**. Example: a product costs $15 when buying one, $12 when buying two, or $8 when buying three. If a user adds the product to a quote with a quantity of 1, the price will be $15. After changing the quantity to 2, the system will pass it to the configurator through the **ItemQuantity** attribute. As pricing is based on this attribute, the price of the product will change accordingly to $12.   - In the tier pricing model, pricing is based on **ItemQuantity**, and users are enabled to edit the quantity in quotes by selecting **User Can Enter Quantity**. Example: a product costs $15 when buying one, $12 when buying two, or $8 when buying three. If a user adds the product to a quote with a quantity of 1, the price will be $15. After changing the quantity to 2, the system will pass it to the configurator through the **ItemQuantity** attribute. As pricing is based on this attribute, the price of the product will change accordingly to $12.
   - You can expose the attribute to users so that they pick the quantity when configuring an item. Each change of  quantity will then be reflected locally in the quote, not in the configurator.   - You can expose the attribute to users so that they pick the quantity when configuring an item. Each change of  quantity will then be reflected locally in the quote, not in the configurator.
-  - Calculate **ItemQuantity** via formulas as a hidden attribute. The formula will be based on other selections a user makes in CPQ. The quantity will then be reflected in the quote.+  - Calculate **ItemQuantity** via formulas as a hidden attribute. The formula will be based on other selections a user makes in SAP CPQ. The quantity will then be reflected in the quote.
 In case of parent/child configurations, the system treats the **ItemQuantity** attribute and properly propagates the quantity set up in the configurator to quotes. However, the quantity does not propagate from quotes to the configurator (the quantity remains as initially defined). In case of parent/child configurations, the system treats the **ItemQuantity** attribute and properly propagates the quantity set up in the configurator to quotes. However, the quantity does not propagate from quotes to the configurator (the quantity remains as initially defined).
 ==== Attribute and Attribute Value Quantity ==== ==== Attribute and Attribute Value Quantity ====
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   * **Formula for Calculating Attribute Quantity** - to define a formula for calculating quantity on attribute level, edit the attribute and find the field in the **Additional Attribute Definition** section.   * **Formula for Calculating Attribute Quantity** - to define a formula for calculating quantity on attribute level, edit the attribute and find the field in the **Additional Attribute Definition** section.
 ==== Application Parameters for Quantity ==== ==== Application Parameters for Quantity ====
-The following CPQ application parameters affect quantity:+The following SAP CPQ application parameters affect quantity:
   * **Execute rules on attribute value’s quantity change** – the system triggers rules after changing the quantity of attribute values in the configurator.   * **Execute rules on attribute value’s quantity change** – the system triggers rules after changing the quantity of attribute values in the configurator.
-  * **Calculate Auto-Reconfigure only items with modified ItemQuantity attribute** – defines whether CPQ automatically reconfigures only those items whose item quantity attribute value is changed.+  * **Calculate Auto-Reconfigure only items with modified ItemQuantity attribute** – defines whether SAP CPQ automatically reconfigures only those items whose item quantity attribute value is changed.
   * **Propagate Quantity to Nested Products** – propagates quantity from the main item to all its underlying items.   * **Propagate Quantity to Nested Products** – propagates quantity from the main item to all its underlying items.
   * **Quantity Sign** – enables administrators to select if the quantity is **ONLY NON-NEGATIVE**, **ONLY POSITIVE** or **POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE**.   * **Quantity Sign** – enables administrators to select if the quantity is **ONLY NON-NEGATIVE**, **ONLY POSITIVE** or **POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE**.
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