Custom Price-Rule/Shipping-Rule/Notification-Rule Actions

Adding Price-, Shipping- or Notification-Rule Actions is the same for all of these types. They're only difference is the tag you use and Interface you need to implement for them.

Action Type Tag Interface
Cart Price Rule coreshop.cart_price_rule.action CoreShop\Component\Order\Cart\Rule\Action\CartPriceRuleActionProcessorInterface
Product Price Rule coreshop.product_price_rule.action CoreShop\Component\Product\Rule\Action\ProductPriceActionProcessorInterface
Product Specific Price coreshop.product_specific_price_rule.action CoreShop\Component\Product\Rule\Action\ProductPriceActionProcessorInterface
Shipping Rule coreshop.shipping_rule.action CoreShop\Component\Shipping\Rule\Action\CarrierPriceActionProcessorInterface
Notification Rule coreshop.notification_rule.action CoreShop\Component\Notification\Rule\Action\NotificationRuleProcessorInterface

Example Adding a new Action

Now, lets add a new Action for Product Price Rules.

To do so, we first need to create a new class and implement the interface listed in the table above. For Product Price Rules, we need to use CoreShop\Component\Product\Rule\Action\ProductPriceActionProcessorInterface

namespace AppBundle\CoreShop;

final class CustomAction implements \CoreShop\Component\Product\Rule\Action\ProductPriceActionProcessorInterface
    public function getDiscount($subject, $price, array $configuration) {
        //If your action calculates a discount, put your calculation here

    public function getPrice($subject, array $configuration) {
        //If your action gives the product a new Price, put your calculation here

        return $configuration['some_value'];

We also need a FormType for the actions configurations:

namespace AppBundle\Form\Type;

use Symfony\Component\Form\AbstractType;
use Symfony\Component\Form\FormBuilderInterface;
use Symfony\Component\Form\Extension\Core\Type\TextType;

final class CustomActionType extends AbstractType
     * {@inheritdoc}
    public function buildForm(FormBuilderInterface $builder, array $options)
            ->add('some_value', TextType::class)

With configuration, comes a Javascript file as well:


coreshop.product.pricerule.actions.custom = Class.create(coreshop.rules.actions.abstract, {

    type: 'custom',

    getForm: function () {
        var some_value = 0;
        var me = this;

        if ( {
            some_value = / 100;

        var some_valueField = new Ext.form.NumberField({
            fieldLabel: t('custom'),
            name: 'some_value',
            value: some_value,
            decimalPrecision: 2

        this.form = new Ext.form.Panel({
            items: [

        return this.form;

Don't forget to run the following command afterwards to deploy it if needed:

bin/console assets:install

Registering the Custom Action to the Container and load the Javascript File

We now need to create our Service Definition for our Custom Action:

    class: AppBundle\CoreShop\CustomAction
      - { name: coreshop.product_price_rule.action, type: custom, form-type: AppBundle\Form\Type\CustomActionType }

and add this to your config.yml:

            custom_action: '/bundles/app/pimcore/js/custom_action.js'