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Accessing back end with URL

Due to the abolition of the old Classic back end, we created the possibility of directly accessing specific areas of the back end by using UI actions. Thus, you save time and it’s not necessary anymore to click through the whole back end. This page lists the variables and parameters that lead to the respective back end areas. Pay attention to the information given in the box below and follow the example.

Note: For technical reasons, ui_action has been replaced by uiAction in Terra. Moreover, it is relevant whether it is a system on https://plentymarkets-cloud-de.com or https://plentymarkets-cloud-ie.com. For the parameter keys, it is also necessary to pay attention to lower-case and upper-case letters.
If you were already logged in and want to be directly forwarded to the system, it is sufficient to enter the plenty ID into the URL.
Example: To open the variation detail view, the path has to consist of the following parameters:
plentymarkets-cloud-de.com/1234?uiAction=ITEM_VARIATION_DETAIL&itemId=102&variationId=1111

1. Accessing a back end area with a URL:

  1. Start the path with the web address on which your system is located and add a / at the end.

  2. Enter your plenty ID.

  3. Continue with the query string. It begins with a ?.

  4. Add uiAction=.

  5. Add the key for the UI actions and the parameter with the corresponding ID. Pay attention to the information given in Table 1 and orient yourself on the example mentioned above.
    → As soon as the path includes all relevant information, you can access the desired back end area.

Table 1. Keys for UI actions and parameters
Keys Description

ITEM_DETAIL
itemId

Opens the item detail view for the specified item ID (itemId is a required parameter).

ITEM_VARIATION_DETAIL
itemId
variationId

Opens the variation detail view for the specified item ID and variation ID (itemId and variationId are required parameters).

ORDER_DETAIL
orderId

Opens the order detail view for the specified order ID (orderId is a required parameter).

REORDER_DETAIL
reorderId
itemId
reorderItemId

Opens the reorder detail view for the specified reorder ID, the item ID or the item ID of a reorder (only one of the three parameters can be specified here).

TICKET_DETAIL_VIEW
ticketId

Opens the ticket detail view for the specified ticket ID (ticketId is a required parameter).

CUSTOMER_DETAIL
customerID

Opens the customer detail view for the specified customer ID (customerId is a required parameter).

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