This article outlines the steps required to configure Zoey as an order source in DropStream.
Configure product SKUs
Stock Keeping Units (SKUs) are merchant-defined codes that uniquely identify products in a warehouse. It is critical that the SKUs defined in Zoey are identical to the SKUs loaded into your warehouse management system.
Gather shipping methods
As part of the third-party fulfillment setup, the shipping methods offered in the eCommerce system must be mapped to the corresponding shipping codes used by the fulfillment center.
Gather shipping methods from Zoey.
Minimum user permissions
An API user should be created with either access to all role resources, or with the minimum permissions enabled.
Gather API credentials
To enable API access, the Zoey representative should provide the Web Service Username, API Key, and Store URL. It is also recommended that the WSDL Cache is enabled.
Gather API credentials in Zoey.
Enable API access
The API (Application Programming Interface) allows for automated communication between connected systems. Before automated fulfillment can begin, API access must be enabled.
Enable API access in DropStream.
Enable inventory tracking
The integration supports inventory tracking.
Enable inventory tracking for Zoey.
Include tracking numbers in shipment emails
DropStream provides an enhancement to the default settings, allowing tracking numbers to be sent in shipment emails.
Include tracking numbers in shipment emails for Zoey.
Review order status
Zoey imports orders with status Processing. After the order is shipped, DropStream notifies Zoey and sets the order status to Complete.
Configure bundled or separate line items
Zoey provides the option to bundle products, or list them as individual line items. DropStream displaying orders according to these settings.
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