Ecwid

Ecwid - Configuring for Automated Fulfillment

This article outlines the steps required for configuring your Ecwid integration. Steps include: Configuring SKUs (store keeping units) Reviewing Order Status Versions Configuring the Product SKU Stock keeping units (SKU) are merchant defined codes used to uniquely identify products in a warehouse. It is critical... read article

Ecwid - Gathering API Credentials

In order to enable API Access to Ecwid, the following credentials must be gathered: Store ID Order API Key Product API Key Gathering Store ID To obtain the store ID: From the Ecwid Dashboard, click on My Profile Scroll to the bottom of the page.... read article

Ecwid - Allowing API Access

The Application Programming Interface (API) allows for automated communication between connected systems. In order to automate fulfillment, API Access must be enabled. The following steps are required to enable API Access: Gathering API Credentials from Ecwid Entering API Credentials in DropStream Gathering API Credentials from... read article

Ecwid - Configuring for Automated Fulfillment

This article outlines the steps required for configuring your Ecwid integration. Steps include: Configuring product SKUs (Stock Keeping Units) Reviewing Order Status Enabling Inventory Tracking Configuring the Product SKU Stock keeping units (SKU) are merchant defined codes used to uniquely identify products in a warehouse.... read article

Ecwid - Configuring SKUs

Stock keeping units (SKU) are merchant defined codes used to uniquely identify products in a warehouse. It is critical that the SKUs defined in Ecwid match exactly to the SKUs loaded into your warehouse management system. To create a SKU for a product in Ecwid:... read article