I know that in Magento we can manage product pricing at Global level or Website level. However, just today I was going through the Magento docs and found 'Price Scope'. It says that we can manage price at store level. It also has picture which shows different pricing. Please have a look at below URL.
Is it an issue with the documentation or am I missing something?
I think the documentation is right. You can read:
Different factors can affect the price of the same product in one location and not another. For example, there might be additional costs to bring the product to market, and other considerations that impact the price of products sold in a specific store.
Also, it still saying that Price can be configured as global or per website. The difference of price can be by another factor on price calculation on some specific Store (not a Store View).
@Damian CulottaI understand that price can be different at different stores. However, question is can it be configured in Magento? It's not. I tried all the setting provided, nothing allows you to change price at store level.
This is why article looks incorrect or there is something which I am missing.
What I've tried to explain (I wasn't clear enough, sorry) is that I can't see an inconsistent definition.
I can imagine why the phrase "In each store, the same product has a different price." (just before the image) can be the problem (but I'm still thinking that the main idea is clear).
Maybe my problem is that I've spent too much time with Magento and now I can think that feature in another way. ;-)
I guess I understand your point (now).
You won't find a 1:1 relation between that image and the configuration.
Maybe the confussion is the first line of stores icons (the bigger ones). I guess only by catalog rules or customer groups you will be able to get different prices for the same product into the same website (no matter which store group).
Maybe the problem is that we see those two stores icons as store groups. Right?