# Scenario: Order-Level Appeasements on Allocated Orders (Payment Authorized)

In this scenario, a \$35 product appeasement, a \$10 shipping appeasement, and a corresponding tax appeasement of \$2.71 have been applied to the order. The pricing fields work the same way regardless of the order's status; only the Status column differs (its contents are unrelated to the credits). The product appeasement is distributed across the order lines, prorated by the extended line prices. The following table describes this as it appears in Customer Service Center:

Field(s) Calculation
Orig Unit Price The values in this column are unchanged.
Unit Price The unit price shown is calculated by subtracting a portion of the product credit from the original unit price. The exact amount for each order line is proportional to that order line's portion of the original order total.
Note: A dagger icon appears to signify that the exact value of this field is preserved to more than two decimal places. Hovering over the dagger opens a tooltip that shows the exact value. In this case, the \$35 product credit is distributed across the order items according to their portions of the original total price. For example, in the first item row, \$108.04 appears, but the exact portion of the credit applied makes it \$118.043843. The exact amount isn't important, because the actual credit is simply \$35 applied at the order level.
Tax (line item) The amount shown in this column is based on the new order line amount.
Ext Price Calculated by applying the order line's portion of the product credit to the original extended price. For example, in the first line, the original extended price of \$225.98 is reduced by the \$9.89 portion of the product credit for a new extended price of \$216.09.
Credit Amt The proportional amount of the product credit applied to the order line.
Subtotal Recalculated based on the new pricing values. It's equal to the sum of the Ext. Price fields:

\$216.09 + \$121.43 + \$306.41 - \$45.00 (price adjustment) + \$165.61 = \$764.54

Price Adj. The order-level price adjustment isn't affected by the product or shipping credit. It remains \$75.00.
Shipping The shipping charge is reduced by the shipping credit. Reducing the original shipping of \$60 by \$10.00 results in the new shipping charge of \$50.00.
Note: The total shipping charge isn't explicitly shown.
Tax The original tax amount of \$47.07 is reduced by the amount of the tax credit (\$2.71), for a total tax of \$44.36.
Note: The total tax amount isn't explicitly shown.
(USD) Total Recalculated based on the new amounts as follows:

subtotal - price adjustment + shipping charge + tax

the new subtotal of \$764.54, minus the price adjustment of \$75.00, plus the shipping charge of \$50.00, plus the tax of \$44.36, for a total of \$783.90.

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