Example: 150-300 (g), 1 (kg), 330 (ml), 2 (l)
Example: Orrefors, Kellogg’s, Adidas
Example: 1800 (W) is the effect of a vacuum cleaner.
Example: The product is ordered by the “””; every “”” contains 12 products. The wholesaler’s Id information or name could also be included in the field.
Example: a chain wants to sell two products for the price of one. The value of the multi-field would be 2.
Example: The price of a product in the system is “99.00”. The campaign C1 is defined as being active from date A to date B and the price of the product is “79.00”. When a Shoppa user starts to print signs for this product the product’s price will be displayed as “79.00” and “99.00” be displayed as price before.
Example: Running shoe
a. Material: Lead crystal.
b. Ingredients: Corn flour, sugar, malt, spice, salt, sugar, malt, vitamin C, niacinamide, iron, riboflavin (vitamin B2).
c. Material: Leather.
Example: The product Diet Coke is the sub-brand of Coca-Cola.
a. Champagne – Diamond Edition
b. Kellogg’s Special K cereal
c. Adidas Goodyear Race Leather
Example: kg, g, ml etc.
Example: 1m³ (one cubic meter).
Example: Specification of how the supplier will repair the product if it breaks.