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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0004844OXID eShop (all versions)1.01. Products (product, categories, manufacturer, promotions etc.)public2015-12-01 09:31
ReporterLinas Kukulskis 
PriorityhighSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
Status confirmedResolutionopen 
Product Version4.7.2 / 5.0.2 revision 53018 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0004844: Missing article in list when used blUseTimeCheck
DescriptionWith the blUseTimeCheck option you can turn on the feature to specify a time frame (from/to) in which a product is active. When this option is on, shop act wrong in this situations:

1. Shop does not recalculate article count in /manufacturer/vendor list when product becomes active
2. Price from is calculated wrongly
3. Product with time-limited variants stays inactive


Possible solutions:
Use cron jobs to recalculate products with from/till dates related data.
Steps To ReproduceCase 1
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Steps to reproduce:
- Imagine it is Monday
- Create a category Foo with four active products in it (article count = 4)
- Create product A in category Foo
- Configure product A to become active from Tuesday to Thursday
- Activate the configuration option "Show article count near category|manufacturer|..."
- Wait until Tuesday and open listing view for category Foo

What happens:
- The product A appears in the category Foo's listing view
- The article count is still 4, because it is cached

What is expected:
- The product A appears in the category Foo's listing view
- The article count is 5, because product A became Active

Additional Information:
On Friday, product A becomes inactive again. Then, it should not show up in Foo's listing view anymore and article count should be 4 again.


Case 2
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Steps to reproduce:
- Imagine it is Monday
- Create product A with variant Foo and Bar
- Configure variant Foo to become active from Tuesday to Thursday, whereas Bar is always active
- Set price for variant Foo to 0.99 EUR and for variant Bar to 2.99 EUR (s. th. Foo is cheaper than Bar)
- Wait until Tuesday

What happens:
- Foo becomes active and has the lowest price (0.99 EUR)
- "Price from" for product A still reads "2.99 EUR" (price of variant Bar)

What is expected:
- Foo becomes active and has the lowest price (0.99 EUR)
- "Price from" for product A reads "0.99 EUR" (price of variant Foo instead of variant Bar)

Additional Information:
Sorting is also broken in this case. Note that on Friday, when variant Foo becomes inactive again, the "Price from" should be 2.99 EUR again.


Case 3
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Steps to reproduce:
- Image it is Monday
- Create a product with one variant
- Make sure the variant has a stock of 20 items
- 10 items of this variant are on sale
- 10 items of this variant will be activated from Thursday to Sunday
- Buy 10 items of the variant on Tuesday (product sold out, becomes inactive)
- Wait until Thursday

What happens:
- The product is not activated again, even though the second half of the stock (10 items) is active since Thursday

What is expected:
- The product becomes active again, as soon as the variant items become active on Thursday

Additional information:
If the product has more than one variant, then the variant which is time-boxed does not become active at the beginning of the time-box (depends on stock flag).
Additional InformationIf we use cron and remove subselect it can increase performance
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