doudiao2335 2018-01-10 13:29
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以编程方式将优惠券应用于WooCommerce3中的订单

I'm developing a plugin that creates an order directly (no cart) and applies a coupon. In version 3.0 of the woo API the function add_coupon() has been deprecated in favour of a WC_Order_Item_Coupon object you add to the order.

Create the coupon

$coupon = new WC_Order_Item_Coupon();
$coupon->set_props(array('code' => $coupon, 'discount' => $discount_total, 
'discount_tax' => 0));
$coupon->save();

This is successful. I can validate by calling $coupon->get_discount().

I then add the coupon to the order and recalculate totals:

$order->add_item($item);
$order->calculate_totals($discount_total);
$order->save(); 

Logging into wp-admin I can see the order with coupon code visible. However, the coupon has had no effect on line items or total.

Have a misunderstood how api v3.0 intends us to handle coupons?

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  • doujia5863 2018-01-10 15:29
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    OK, so I played about a little longer and it looks like in V3 things are a little more manual.

    Adding a WC_Order_Item_Coupon item to a woo order does simply that. It adds the coupon object to the order object. No calculations are made and the product line items remain unchanged. You have to iterate over the product items manually and apply the coupon yourself by calculating the line item totals and subtotals. calculate_totals() then does as expected.

    // Create the coupon
    global $woocommerce;
    $coupon = new WC_Coupon($coupon_code);
    
    // Get the coupon discount amount (My coupon is a fixed value off)
    $discount_total = $coupon->get_amount();
    
    // Loop through products and apply the coupon discount
    foreach($order->get_items() as $order_item){
        $product_id = $order_item->get_product_id();
    
        if($this->coupon_applies_to_product($coupon, $product_id)){
            $total = $order_item->get_total();
            $order_item->set_subtotal($total);
            $order_item->set_total($total - $discount_total);
            $order_item->save();
        }
    }
    $order->save();
    

    I wrote a helper function to make sure the coupon applies to the product in question coupon_applies_to_product(). Strictly not needed given I'm creating the order entirely in code.. but I use it it other places so added it.

    // Add the coupon to the order
    $item = new WC_Order_Item_Coupon();
    $item->set_props(array('code' => $coupon_code, 'discount' => $discount_total, 'discount_tax' => 0));
    $order->add_item($item);
    $order->save();
    

    You now get the nicely formatted order in wp-admin with line items showing the specific discount + the coupon code etc.

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