Volume Types

<DefVolType>

This basic default Volume Type looks at an order and assigns a Volume Group (CV, QV, etc.) to the order.

Attribute

Description

VolumeGroup

Define the volume group, that may include:

  • Commisionable Volume (CV)
  • Qualifying Volume (QV)

Example

<VolumeType>
  <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
</VolumeType>

<IndexVolume>

Attribute

Description

IndexVolume

Example

<IndexVolume IndexVolume="" />


<KitCount>

<KitCount> looks at all the orders and adds an extra filter for Kit Level. You can then assign that Kit Level a default volume group.

Attribute

Description

Kit

Enter the Kit level value (1, 2, 3, etc.).

Example

<KitCount Kit="7">
  <VolumeType>
    <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
  </VolumeType>
</KitCount>


<OrderTypeVolume>

<OrderTypeVolume> looks at all the orders and adds an extra filter for Order Types. You can then assign that Order Type a default volume group.

Learn more about Order Types.

Attribute

Description

Types

Assign the Order Type:

  • Standard ("1")
  • Autoship ("2")

Example

<OrderTypeVolume Types="2">
  <VolumeType>
    <DefVolType VolumeGroup="QV" />
  </VolumeType>
</OrderTypeVolume>


<PendingVolume>

<PendingVolume> pertains to AutoShips. It's not looking at orders, but at AutoShip templates in the system. It checks if something is an AutoShip, then assigns a volume group.

Caution

Only use if your compensation plan requires it. The AutoShip date doesn't matter, and <PendingVolume> will look at every historical and future AutoShip, no matter how far in the past or future.

Attribute

Description

VolGroup

Define the volume group, that may include:

  • Commisionable Volume (CV)
  • Qualifying Volume (QV)

Example

<VolumeType>
  <PendingVolume VolGroup="CV" />
</VolumeType>

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