Volume Accumulators

<VA_Personal>

It looks at an Associate's personal orders and sums the volume. Within the element, you call a Volume Type.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

AssociateBaseTypes

Restrict to an Associate Type.

Base Associatey Types:

1 = Distributor
2 = Retail Associate
3 = Preferred Customer

VolumeRange

Declare a Volume Range to gather volume.

Min

The minimum volume amount the Associate needs.

Max

The maximum volume amount an Associate can have.

SplitMethod

Use when splitting orders for the Min and Max requirements.

Example

<VA_Personal AssociateBaseTypes="1" Name="DistributorPV">
   <VolumeType>
       <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
   </VolumeType>
</VA_Personal>


<IncomeCenterSplit>

If you have income centers (people in the Tree more than once), <IncomeCenterSplit> sums the income centers' volume together.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Volume

Reference a volume name.

PrimaryMin

The amount of volume to keep on the primary income center before splitting begins.

SecondaryMin

The amount of volume to put in each income center before volume goes to the next income center.

SecondaryMax

The maximum volume that any additional income center, not counting the primary, can have. Any remaining volume is assigned to the primary income center.

IncomeCenterSortOrder

The order of income centers to sort volume among, based upon signup date.

Example

<IncomeCenterSplit Name="ICPS" Volume="PS" PrimaryMin="" SecondaryMin="" SecondaryMax="" IncomeCenterSortOrder="" />


<RegionOrderVolume>

If InRegions is true, and the Associate places an order in the defined RegionIds, then the volume will have a value. If an Associate has zero orders in RegionIds, they will have zero volume, no matter how many orders they have. <RegionOrderVolume> is helpful if you need to build different compensation plans for different countries.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Volume

Reference a volume name.

RegionIds

The regions to include.

You can find the region's ID:

  • The URL of the Administration > Regions > {region} page /Corporate/Admin/RegionDetail?rID=7
  • The dbo.Regions table recordnumber value for the region.

InRegions

True or false.

  • If true, the value must be in the RegionIds.
  • If false, the value must not be in the RegionIds.

Example

<RegionOrderVolume Name="RegionPS" Volume="PS" RegionIds="7" InRegions="true" />


<Retail>

returns all the volume for a Distributor Associate's customers with a Base Associate Type=2 (Retail Associate). It only looks at a Distributor's customers. If a customer enrolls another customer, then the Distributor would earn volume, the customers would not.

Within the element, you call a Volume Type.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

VolumeRange

Declare a Volume Range to gather volume.

Example

<Retail Name="DistRetail" VolumeRange="Monthly">
  <VolumeType>
    <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
  </VolumeType>
</Retail>


<VA_AccumulatorAND>

<VA_AccumulatorAND> combines two or more Volume Accumulators.

Warning

Use of this element could double volume if you add two of the same Volume Acculuators.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Accumulators

A comma-separated list of Accumulators to combine together.

Example

<VA_AccumulatorAND Name="VAAND" Accumulators="PS,PS4M,PS1M" />


<VA_CodingMatrix>

Accumulates Volume from each CodingRank while only counting an Associate once.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Volume

Reference a volume name.

CodingRanks

A comma-separated list of Rank IDs for each Coding Tree from which to accumulate volume.

Example

<VA_CodingMatrix Name="" CodingRanks="" Volume="" />


<VA_EnrolledInWindow>

Compare all the Associates' signup dates that contributed to Volume to the primary Associate's signup date. If the signup date is within Days, the volume accumulates.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Volume

Reference a volume name.

Days

The number of days to compare enrollment dates to.

Example

<VA_EnrolledInWindow Name="" Volume="QualifiedVolume" Days="7" />


<VA_Except>

Compares First volume with a Second volume and removes duplicate contributing Associates.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

First

Reference a volume name to be compared.

Second

The volume to remove from First.

Symmetric

True or false.

If true, the result will contain results from First and Second that are not in each list.

OrderNumberSplit

True or false.

  • If true, <VA_Except> looks at OrderNumber only, Volume will be adjusted if not equal.

    For example, suppose you have the first and second volumes defined. If an OrderNumber has 100 volume in the first and 50 volume in the second, then <VA_Except> will have 50 volume.

  • If false, then <VA_Except> looks for a perfect match. If OrderNumber, Associate, volume amount, etc., is the same, then it removes the duplicates.

Example

<VA_Except Name="vaexcept" First="QV" Second="pcv" Symmetric="false" />


<VA_FirstOrderVolume>

Get the volume for the first order in the current period. Within the element, you call a Volume Type.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Rule

Reference a Rule name.

MinVolume

Pass in a minimum volume amount for the order to count.

Example

<VA_FirstOrderVolume Name="" Rule="" MinVolume="">
  <VolumeType>
    <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
  </VolumeType>
</VA_FirstOrderVolume>


<VA_Intersect>

Pass in two Volume Accumulators (First and Second) and it returns only the orders that happened in both.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

First

The first Volume Accumulator that intersects with the Second.

Second

The second Volume Accumulator that intersects with the First.

Example

<VA_Intersect Name="VAIntersect" First="QS" Second="RRCV" />


<VA_Personal_Retail>

Sums personal and personally enrolled Associates of AssociateBaseTypes. Within the element, you call a Volume Type.

Caution

Be careful when using this element. You're doubling volume and if used in the wrong place, the client will pay way more than they should have.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

AssociateBaseTypes

Restrict to an Associate Type.

Base Associate Types:

1 = Distributor
2 = Retail Associate
3 = Preferred Customer

Max

The maximum amount to roll up from AssociateBaseType.

ExchangeRate

Enter a percentage of the volume an Associate gets from AssociateBaseType.

SplitMethod

The split method for splitting the orders up.

  • AverageAllOrders
  • SplitOrder
  • FullOrderDown
  • FullOrderUp

VolumeRange

Declare a Volume Range to gather volume.

Example

<VA_Personal_Retail Name="VAPR" AssociateBaseTypes="2" ExchangeRate="50" SplitMethod="SplitOrder" VolumeRange="Weekly">
  <VolumeType>
    <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
  </VolumeType>
</VA_Personal_Retail>


<VA_RetailRollup>

<VA_RetailRollup> does almost the same things as <VA_Personal_Retail> except the customer doesn't get volume. Within the element, you call a Volume Type.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Rule

Reference a Rule name.

AmountToSubtract

Example

<VA_RetailRollup Name="PS3M" VolumeRange="ThreeMonthly" >
    <VolumeType>
        <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
    </VolumeType>
</VA_RetailRollup>


<VA_SplitVolume>

Creates a volume bucket with a sub amount of another Volume. This can be used to split volume into multiple groups.

Attribute

Description

Name

Give the Accumulator a name to reference later.

Volume

Reference a volume name to split.

Min

The begin amount to start to split

Max

The end amount to end the split.

SplitMethod

The split method for splitting the orders up.

  • AverageAllOrders
  • SplitOrder
  • FullOrderDown
  • FullOrderUp

Example

<VA_SplitVolume Name="" Volume="" Min="" Max="" SplitMethod="" />


<VA_Union>

Adds two Volume Accumulators together. Includes both the contributing orders from First and Second.

Attribute

Description

First

The first volume to include.

Second

The second volume to include.

Example

<VA_Union Name="" First="" Second="" />

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