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FAQs related to all SAWSConnectors

How do I export prices from my SC Price table?

Please read our wiki site on how to configure SC Price tables first!
In your attribute mapping, add a new line and type “SC”. The autofill will show you the “SC:PriceTable” attribute:

 

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Add the key of your target system. In the above screenshot, we used the Excelconnector as an example.

 

As the format, select “SCExcel::Unformatted Price from SCPrice table” if you are working with the Excel Connector. You should find a similiar version for other connectors. For example, the format plugin for Magento is called “SC:Magento::Unformatted price from SCPrice table”. If your connector version does not offer its own format plugin, choose the “formatted values” plugin.

 

Set the checkbox for “DeliverIfEmptiy” to active!

 

Now add the desired price list and currency to the params column. The following nomencalture applies (underlined= mandatory):

 

{external key of price list};{external key of currency}|{external key of fallback price}{external key of fallback currency}

 

 

 

How can I find the external keys of my price type and my currency?

 

Check your value range settings for SC Price tables! For currencies:

 

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For price types:

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How do I export stock values from my SC Stock table?

Please read our wiki site on how to configure SC stock tables first!
In your attribute mapping, add a new line and type “SC”. The autofill will show you the “SC:Stocktable” attribute:

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Add the key of your target system. In the above screenshot, we used the Excelconnector as an example.

As the format, select “Stock values from SC Stock table”.

Set the checkbox for “DeliverIfEmptiy” to active!

Now add the desired price list and currency to the params column. The following nomencalture applies (underlined= mandatory):

{stock ID}|{ID of fallback stock}

How can I find the ID of my stock?

Check the PIM objects that your stock tables reference to:

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The job will not start

Make sure the application URLs in the station are correct. Make sure the settings of the source data set are correct – have all parameters been set? Are they correct?
 
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The plugin SAWSConnector is not visible

1.) Make sure the module is activated in the settings.

Go to 1.1. Activations -> SAWSConnector Activation

2.) Acitvate the CS plugin cache temporarily.

The stock management module is not visible

1.) Make sure the module is activated in the settings.

Go to 1.1. Activations -> SAWSConnector Activation -> SAWS Stock Management Module Activation

2.) Acitvate the CS plugin cache temporarily.

The price module is not visible

1.) Make sure the module is activated in the settings.

Go to 1.1. Activations -> SAWSConnector Activation -> SAWS Price Module Activation

2.) Acitvate the CS plugin cache temporarily.

FAQs related to the SAWSConnector Shopware

Where do I get the Shopware shop names for the station

Create a job “Synchronisiere Einstellungen”:
 
synchronisiere-settings
– run the job and then you will get the shop names as shown below:
 
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Synchronize variant images with attributes

Example of images with attributes in Shopware:

 

Images with attributes can only be synchronized to Shopware via the variant head.

Example configuration of variants in the PIM:

With this configuration, th images must be mapped in the standard mapping table with the Loop plugin.

By clicking on the gear, the formatting of the plugin opens. We choose “Loop values ​​for child elements” as shown below:

Please click on the gear to set the plugin “SC :: Shopware – Transfer media with attributes” and select the settings as shown below:

These images should now be assigned to the variants. Therefore, they must also be mapped in the variant plugin. Here, however, only with the key “images” and with the plugin “formatted value”:

Plugin setting:

Result in the export (variant head):

 [images] => Array
                (
                    [0] => Array
                        (
                            [mediaId] => 2192
                            [attribute] => Array
                                (
                                    [attribute1] => view B
                                )
                        )

                    [1] => Array
                        (
                            [mediaId] => 2190
                            [attribute] => Array
                                (
                                    [attribute1] => view A
                                )

                        )

                    [4] => Array
                        (
                            [mediaId] => 2191
                            [attribute] => Array
                                (
                                    [attribute1] => view C
                                )

                        )

                )

Result in the export (single variant):


                            [images] => Array
                                (
                                    [0] => Array
                                        (
                                            [mediaId] => 2192
                                        )

                                    [1] => Array
                                        (
                                            [mediaId] => 2190
                                        )

                                    [4] => Array
                                        (
                                            [mediaId] => 2191
                                        )

                                )

 

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