AudienceView Connect

Adding Performances to a Bundle

Before You Begin

Before adding an element to a bundle, ensure you have:

  • Created the price chart to be used by the element using the Venue Configuration application. For more information, refer to Venue Configuration Price Charts. As noted above, if the element will include performances from different venues, the price chart must be able to cover all of the performance’s price zones.
  • Ensured that the price chart to be used for the element can be accessed by the same roles enabled to access the bundle.
  • Created the performances to be added to the bundle. For more information, refer to Creating a Performance.

Adding Elements to a Bundle

To add an element to a bundle, complete the following:

  1. Open the Product Configuration application, from the AudienceView Desktop. 
  2. Select the Bundles tab.
    The Bundles|Search page appears.
  3. Search for and select the bundle that you want to add an element to. For more information, refer to the Product Configuration Bundles-Search Page and Performing Searches.
    The Bundles|Details page appears.
  4. Select the Elements tab.
    The Bundles|Elements page appears 
  5. If more than one version is present, select or modify the version to which this element applies. 
  6. Click 'New Element'.
    A new element appears.
  7. Enter details pertaining to this element.
    For more information, refer to Product Configuration Bundles-Elements Page.
  8. Click 'Select Criteria'.
    The Bundle Criteria:Series window appears.
  9. Enter the search criteria in the Search Series section and click 'Search'.
    The search results appear in the 'Available Series' field in the Select Series section.
  10. Select the desired series in the 'Available Series' field.
    To select more than one user role, hold CTRL or SHIFT while making your selections.
  11. Click '>>' to move the selection(s) to the 'Selected Series' field.
    At least one series must be added to the element.
  12. Click 'Next >>'.
    The Bundle Criteria:Performance Types window appears. The list of available performance types reflects those performance types available for all of the selected series.
  13. Move the desired performance types from the 'Available Types' field to the 'Selected Types' field.
    If you do not select any performance type, all of the performance types will be made available.
  14. Click 'Next >>'.
    The Bundle Criteria:Performances window appears.
  15. Move the desired performances from the 'Available Performances' field to the 'Selected Performances' field.
    If you do not select any performances, all of the performances for the selected series will be made available.
    If you are creating a fixed bundle (that is where the number of available admissions equals the number of available performances), you must move the performances into the 'Selected Performances' field so that AudienceView will preselect all of the performances for users adding the bundle to an order.
  16. Click 'Apply'.
    The window closes and the selected series, performance types and performances are displayed in the 'Series', 'Performance Types' and 'Performances' fields.
  17. Click 'Apply'.
  18. A window confirms that the application updated the bundle.
  19. Click 'OK'.
If you are adding performances to an existing Draw Down bundle, you must also add a new pricing assignment to the Bundles|Assignments page with the following settings:
  1. Enter the name of the price chart with the correct/appropriate pricing for the performance in the 'Chart' field or click to search for and select it.
    For more information, refer to The Find Price Charts Dialog Box.
  2. Select Performance from the 'Assignment' dropdown.
  3. Select Standard from the 'Pricing Method' dropdown.
  4. Select the performances that have just been added to the bundle from the 'Elements/Performances' field.
    To select more than one performance, hold CTRL or SHIFT while making your selections.

The price zone values for the performance will be removed from the dummy performance and assigned to the actual performance. For more information, refer to Managing Price Charts on a Bundle.