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#1 magiccardpops 17-11-2019 16:29:43

David -

From the Help information for Tax Rate:

General > Tax Rate
If zone is a tax band, enter rate. For example, for U.K you would enter 20 (for 20%). Leave as 0 for no tax. At checkout tax is applied to total of goods and shipping.

Is there any way for the Tax Rate to reflect a decimal point?  Like 2.9%?

I am trying to pass on the PayPal fees to the customer.

I have .30 (30 cents) defined in the Rates area (for all weights).
But setting the Tax Rate to 2.9 will give a Tax Rate of just 2%.

Thanks,
MagicCardPops

#2 msworld 18-11-2019 05:03:48

Not at the moment, it only supports integers. The field in the zones table is an integer, so you could try just changing that to a varchar, then it would accept decimals. Not sure if I purposely made this integers only or it was a field creation error? I can check it soon. If changing the field type to a varchar works, then probably just an error on my part.

#3 magiccardpops 19-11-2019 01:53:10

Thanks David -

Changing from integer to varchar or decimal did not work.  I think once the Update from the Store application is applied it treats the updated value as an integer.  I changed the DB to a decimal and supplied a value of 2.90 in the field and then went straight to the store.  It then showed the Tax Rate as 2.90.

- MagicCardPops

#4 msworld 19-11-2019 14:30:48
magiccardpops wrote:

Thanks David -

Changing from integer to varchar or decimal did not work.  I think once the Update from the Store application is applied it treats the updated value as an integer.  I changed the DB to a decimal and supplied a value of 2.90 in the field and then went straight to the store.  It then showed the Tax Rate as 2.90.

- MagicCardPops

Ok, thanks for checking. I`ll take a look in the next update. smile

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