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adminhelp:quotesadministration:quickconfig [2016/02/12 03:39]
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adminhelp:quotesadministration:quickconfig [2018/11/30 09:49] (current)
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-This is achieved by entering a part number and attribute values that you would like to configure for the particular product. If your search query matches the search pattern for that product (previously defined through CPQ setup by administrator), then CPQ finds your product, preselects attributes that you stated in your search query and finally adds product to the quote.+This is achieved by entering a part number and attribute values that you would like to configure for the particular product. If your search query matches the search pattern for that product (previously defined through SAP CPQ setup by administrator), then SAP CPQ finds your product, preselects attributes that you stated in your search query and finally adds product to the quote.
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-1. Go to CPQ **Setup -> Products** and add a new configurable product named: **Mercedes Benz w204 C class** \\+1. Go to SAP CPQ **Setup -> Products** and add a new configurable product named: **Mercedes Benz w204 C class** \\
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 2. Define three attributes for this product as follows:\\ 2. Define three attributes for this product as follows:\\
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-In classic design type search term as follows: //**mercedes-c-w204-gray-diesel-classic**//. CPQ will check if there is a product in your list of products that has this particular part number. Since there is no product with this part number, quick config search begins. In the essence, quick config will check your list of Code Matching strings to check if any code matching string matches your search term. If it is found (in our example "//mercedes-c-w204-//" code matching string will be found), quick config will then check if the rest of the search term contains values of product attributes. If it contains, and values are valid (in our example they are), quick config will redirect you to the Configurator with the product configured according to your search term.\\+In classic design type search term as follows: //**mercedes-c-w204-gray-diesel-classic**//. SAP CPQ will check if there is a product in your list of products that has this particular part number. Since there is no product with this part number, quick config search begins. In the essence, quick config will check your list of Code Matching strings to check if any code matching string matches your search term. If it is found (in our example "//mercedes-c-w204-//" code matching string will be found), quick config will then check if the rest of the search term contains values of product attributes. If it contains, and values are valid (in our example they are), quick config will redirect you to the Configurator with the product configured according to your search term.\\
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