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Warehouses

This manual page contains information on the export format Warehouses, which you can use in order to export warehouse data from your plentymarkets system by using catalogues. If you are not familiar with the usage of catalogues yet, refer to the manual page Managing catalogues first. There you will find out how to create and manage catalogues.

No export to marketplaces

The export format Warehouses is a so-called standard format, which you can use to export data, but not to transfer data to a marketplace.

1. Available data fields

The following table lists all available data fields of the export format Warehouses as well as an explanation on the meaning of these fields.

Table 1. Data fields for warehouse data
Data field Explanation

Warehouse

Warehouse ID

ID of the warehouse

Warehouse name

Warehouse name

Note

Notes on the warehouse

Warehouse type ID

ID of the warehouse type

On stock availability

Availability of the variations with stock

Out of stock availability

Availability of the variations without stock

Split by shipping profile

Split up according to the shipping profile

Repair warehouse ID

ID of the repair warehouse

Inventory mode is active

Shows whether the stocktaking mode is active

Logistics type

Logistics type

Updated on

Date of the last update

Created on

Creation date

Dimension

Level

Level

Name of parent dimension

Name of the parent dimension

Dimension prefix

Prefix of the dimension

Separator

Separator

Display in name

Show in storage location name

Active for pick path

Include in pick path

Storage location

Storage location ID

ID of the storage location

Storage location name

Name of the storage location without path

Purpose

Purpose of the storage location

Status

Status of the storage location

Position

Position of the storage location

Full storage location name

Full storage location name (including path)

Storage location type

Type of the storage location

Notes

Notes on the storage location

Availability

Availability of the storage location: if a storage location is empty, it is displayed as available when booking in items. In case there is already an item on a storage location, it is not displayed as available anymore. However, you can still book in items.

Level

Level ID

ID of the level or rather of the smallest dimension of the storage location. If you use a filter, this is the ID of the filtered dimension.

Parent level ID

ID of the parent level

Level position

Level position

Level name

Name of the level

Level path name

Path name

2. Adding filters

In order to only export specific warehouse data, you can select filters and thus narrow down the data. How to add filters is described in this chapter.

2.1. Available filters

The following table lists all available filters for the export format Warehouses and gives an explanation on the usage of the respective filter.

Table 2. Filters for warehouse data
Filter Explanation

Warehouse

Select one or several warehouses from the drop-down list from which you want to export data.

Dimension level

This filter allows you to export data from a specific warehouse level. If you select a level, e.g. level 3, only the dimensions of this level will be exported.
In a warehouse with the structure Storage building > Rack > Shelf > Box > Storage location, all shelves would be exported, as they make level 3.
Tip: Click on Preview in order to check which data has been selected for the export.

Level path name starting with

With this filter, you can export everything that exists underneath a specific dimension. If the level path name is for example Storage building 1 - Rack 4 - Shelf 3 > Box 8 and you want to export everything underneath Box 8 of this specific dimension, enter SB1-R4-S3-B8 into the filter’s input field.

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