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Old 07-20-2012, 11:54 PM
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How to create an XML feed to my order fulfillment provider?


How can I create an XML feed to have Ecwid send orders directly to my fulfillment provider? They say their XML format is recognized by X-Cart so I'm hoping it will be by Ecwid as well. If so, is that feature provided in the Ecwid control panel, or will I need a developer to help set it up? My fulfillment provider is WeFulfillIT.com. Thanks.
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How can I create an XML feed to have Ecwid send orders directly to my fulfillment provider? They say their XML format is recognized by X-Cart so I'm hoping it will be by Ecwid as well. If so, is that feature provided in the Ecwid control panel, or will I need a developer to help set it up? My fulfillment provider is WeFulfillIT.com. Thanks.
You will need to use the order API and create the required format.
http://kb.ecwid.com/w/page/43697230/Order%20API

I intend to add various fulfillment options to the ecwid Exporter at one point.
Let me know if I can help


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How can I create an XML feed to have Ecwid send orders directly to my fulfillment provider? They say their XML format is recognized by X-Cart so I'm hoping it will be by Ecwid as well. If so, is that feature provided in the Ecwid control panel, or will I need a developer to help set it up? My fulfillment provider is WeFulfillIT.com. Thanks.
XML is basically a markup language, but no the inner format of the file itself. XML files vastly differ on the inside depending on various purposes of their usage and the target programs. So, the exporting of the orders from your Ecwid store into the XML format accepted by exactly your target system is a task of custom programming.

The order information in Ecwid can be accessed via Order API (available for paid accounts only). You will need to create a script or program that accesses the said information from Ecwid and convert it into the feed format you need (including XML or anything else).
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Our order fulfillment company requires us to send orders via XML. Is there any documentation as to how to implement this on my wordpress site? Also, does this require a paid subscription?

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Our order fulfillment company requires us to send orders via XML. Is there any documentation as to how to implement this on my wordpress site? Also, does this require a paid subscription?

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Hi,

Please refer to this post:
http://www.ecwid.com/forums/showthre...7990#post57990
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