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Ignore Archived Shopify SKUs within Shopify Product Id to NetSuite Item Mass Update Flow??

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  • KHAISAR AHMAD QA Lead

    Hello Bryn Harvey

    This is Khaisar from Celigo team. Please allow me to answer your question.

    We do have an Advanced Setting in the Integration App "Sync inventory levels for both published and unpublished Shopify items" under "Inventory" section. By unselecting this setting, the flow will automatically ignore the "Archived" Items.

    Can you please check this once and let us know if this is working for you. 

    Thanks,

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  • Bryn Harvey Referral Partner
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    Celigo University Level 2: Seasoned

    Hi Khaisar,

    The client actually isn't actually syncing inventory levels back and forth from NS to Shopify, they are only using the Shopify Product Id to NetSuite Item Mass Update flow to create the cross references between the items in Shopify and the items in NetSuite. I was just wondering because every time the flow runs it creates an error for the handful of items that are in Shopify, but not in NetSuite, and it's frustrating. I built a separate standalone flow to export the product ID and status from shopify and store the status into a custom field on the "celigo shopify item id" custom record in NetSuite; and I was going to try to use that, but I haven't had a chance to yet. Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

     

    Thank you,

    Bryn Harvey

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  • KHAISAR AHMAD QA Lead

    Hello Bryn Harvey
    The setting I referred in my previous is actually related to the flow "Shopify Product Id to NetSuite Item Mass Update flow". It's just logically grouped under "Inventory" section, but it affects the Product ID mass update flow. 
    Having this setting unselected, the flow only picks the Item ID details of "Active" items and ignore the "Archived" items. 
    Hope this answers your query. Please review and let me know for any further queries. 

    Thanks You !!

     
    
    
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