It’s now possible for products in CPP to have multiple types assigned to them.
For example, a product can be classed as both “Customisable” and “Print on Demand” at the same time.
|No Preview||8||The product has no graphical preview assets and can only be used in a “no preview” context.|
|Print on Demand||32||The product’s artwork is generated ahead of time and can be ordered without personalisation and without the need to create a print job.|
|Dynamic Design||64||Dynamic design products are templates that get applied over the top of standard products.|
|Customised||128||The product can be customised (i.e. an user can add their own text and images)|
|Predesign||256||The product has a preset design that a user can make only minor amendments to.|
|Stock||512||The product represents a base stock unit. Stock products have a key role in the upcoming new stock system, to be announced soon.|
|No Preview & Customised||136||The product can be customised but does not support live graphical previews.|
|Customised & Stock||640||The product is a base stock item that can also be customised.|
|No Preview, Customised & Stock||648||The product is a base stock item that can also be customised, but only in a no preview context.|
|Predesign & Print on Demand||288||The product has pregenerated artwork that can be ordered without personalisation but personalisation elements can be added by a customer if desired.|
Some combinations do not make much sense, though the system does not explicitly disallow them.
For example, a product that is both “Dynamic Design” and “Print on Demand” or a product that is “No Preview” and “Predesign”.