1. Lawable correct price in google base >> Insert Product prices for european markets incl. tax.
2. Multistore and google base >> acutally you could only transfer ONE google base destination/ Target Country (United Kingdom, USA or Germany).
2.1 Notice that google required some attributes. The characteristic of the attribute has to be translated in the language of the target country (read the google manual, for german markets: http://base.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=78170&hl;=de#Produkte )
If you are customizing the attribute sets, you have to be aware that the required attr. are in the default attr.set ( that doesnt work retrospectiv) and the attr. are set in the products.
2.2. Magento with different languages and google base. That doesnt work because in Mage 188.8.131.52 you cant choose the language/ the storeview of the products that you want to transfer to google base. It work only for one target country, but be aware that you have to set the characteristica/markedness of required attributes in the correct language. Otherwise google dont accept your data feed.
@varien: If I dont be mistaken, I think google base plugin has to programmed fit for multistore ability by the next releases, hasnt it?
And make the change as shown. This way GoogleBase will pick up the VAT rate from your Admin shop. TBH this works in the UK as we have to charge everyone VAT at the same rate now (legal requirement) so it doesn’t matter about foreign currencies.
Even better solution is to do this as a local override as then if you upgrade Magento you won’t wipe out the change.
I have tried the code edits mentioned here - in both places - but I am still not getting the right prices including VAT in google.
I have tried it with new items as well as synching items
I have the googlebase folder, but the folder that got installed was googleshopping and the service/item.php code is quite different, and looking at the that one, I cannot quite work out where the change might be.