Put products on sale

To put a product on sale, you must perform the following:

  1. Get an instance of the CatalogManager object.
  2. Get an instance of the product.
    For more information, see For developers: Query products.
  3. Set the following properties:
    • SaleStartDate
      Gets or sets the date of the sale’s start.
    • SaleEndDate
      Gets or sets the date of the sale’s end.
    • SalePrice
      Gets or sets the price of the product during the sale's period.
    • The product automatically goes on sale when the sale’s start date comes. While the product is on sale the value of the IsOnSale property of the Product instance is true. This recalculates the values returned by the PriceWithVatAndSale and DisplayPriceWithVatAndSale properties.

      NOTE: To check if a product is on sale, use the IsOnSale property of the Product instance.

  4. Save the changes to the catalog manager.

Code example: Put a product on sale

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