Extensiv Integration Manager offers the ability to set up either a whitelist or a blacklist. This can be used to either ignore certain products, or to split fulfillment of your product list between multiple locations and have Integration Manager only pull specific products/orders.
Choose whichever list type will be easier for you to maintain.
- Whitelist - Cart inventory will only send updates for SKUs that are on this list. Only order lines with skus that are on this list will be accepted.
- Blacklist - Cart inventory will send updates for all available SKUs that are not on this list. Order lines with skus that are not on this list will be acceptedFilter Level: The defines what Integration Manager should do if we encounter a filtered item.
- Filter Item - The order line rejected by the filter will be marked as filtered in Integration Manager and will not send on to the WMS. These lines will be crossed out in the order details page.
- Filter Order - Any order with an order line caught by the filter will be completely refused by Integration Manager and will not be downloaded or sent to the WMS.
A merchant sells 100 products on their Shopify store. Of the 100 products, 10 of them are drop shipped from the manufacturer. The remaining 90 products ship from their third party fulfillment center. They use Integration Manager to send orders to their fulfillment center, so they have set up a blacklist containing the 10 SKU's shipped from the manufacturer. Integration Manager ignores these 10 SKU's when downloading orders from Shopify.
The Integration Manager interface does not support bulk uploading of item filters. If you would like to do so, please contact Integration Manager support with a spreadsheet of filter values to load (one per line). Integration Manager charges a one-time bulk data upload fee.