Template:Inventory Update

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  • Schedule - Select the Checked.png Active checkbox to export inventory levels to {{{1}}} on a set schedule. Click the Run task Button.png Run task button to run the scheduled task right now. Data that has changed since the Last Sync date will be synchronized. This date will be updated automatically after a sync, or it can be manually edited to adjust which data will be synchronized.
NOTE: When setting up the shopping cart integration for the first time you will want to adjust the Last Sync to a date before any of your products were created (for example, setting the year to 2000) so that it includes all of your products (or any applicable product tree filter) when updating inventory levels.
  • Export company wide inventory - Include inventory quantities from all location groups in the inventory sync. If this option is unchecked, selected location groups can be added by clicking the Add Icon Button.png Add button.
  • Inventory Type - Select the inventory quantity that should be used during the update: Available, Inventory On Hand, or Available To Pick.
  • Product Tree filter - The export can be limited to certain product tree categories. If this field is left blank, all products will be included in the export.
  • Specify Min/Max Inventory Quantity - With this option enabled, the maximum inventory quantity sent to {{{1}}} can be limited. For example, if there is an available quantity of 4000 in Fishbowl, the quantity in {{{1}}} could be set to 999. If there is an available quantity of 3 in Fishbowl, the minimum quantity field could be used to send a quantity of 10 to {{{1}}}.
  • Include Quantities Available To Build - When enabled, this option calculates and includes available to build quantities from applicable bills of material in the inventory push. When a product is sold individually but also used as an input for a bill of material, both quantities are pushed to the channel when applicable. Please note, this could lead to overselling in the scenario described..