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Warehouse

With syncs of the type Warehouse, you import new storage locations or update existing ones.

In order to create or update storage locations via ElasticSync, a warehouse must be created.

1. Fields for storage location matching

Table 1 explains the fields that are available for matching storage locations. During the import, plentymarkets checks if the imported data record already exists based on the matching field.

For further information about the terms dimensions, levels and storage locations, refer to the Setting up a warehouse page of the manual.

Table 1. Matching fields for importing storage locations
Matching field Explanation

Warehouse ID

ID of the warehouse

Level name

Name of the level, e.g. R01

Level ID

ID of the level

WarehouseLocationId

Storage location ID

WarehouseLocationName

Name of the storage location without path

2. Fields for the storage location mapping

Table 2 explains the fields that are available for mapping storage location data. During the import, plentymarkets checks if the imported data record already exists based on the matching field.

For further information about the terms dimensions, levels and storage locations, refer to the Setting up a warehouse page of the manual.

Table 2. Mapping fields for importing storage locations
Mapping field Explanation

Storage locations

Storage location ID

ID of the storage location

Level ID

ID of the level

Storage location name

Name of the storage location without path

Purpose

Purpose of the storage location, e.g. removal from storage

Status

Status of the storage location, e.g. active, inactive

Position

Position of the storage location (distance)

Levels of storage locations

Level Parent ID

Parent ID of the level

Dimension ID

ID of the dimension, e.g. rack

Level Position

Position of the level

Level name

Name of the level, e.g. R01, R02 etc.

3. Adjusting storage locations

You can adjust storage locations via ElasticSync such as changing the name or the position of the storage location.

Adjusting storage locations:

  1. Go to Data » ElasticSync.

  2. Click on the sync in the sync overview.

  3. Click on Matching.

  4. Activate the fields WarehouseID and Storage location ID.

  5. Select Skip as import option.

  6. Save () the settings.

  7. Click on Mapping.

  8. Open the mapping from the overview.

  9. Expand the area Storage locations on the right-hand side.

  10. Activate the fields Storage Location ID, Storage location name and Position.

  11. Save () the settings.

4. Creating storage locations

You can create new storage locations with ElasticSync.

Creating storage locations:

  1. Go to Data » ElasticSync.

  2. Click on the sync in the sync overview.

  3. Click on Matching.

  4. Select the fields WarehouseID and Storage location ID.

  5. Select create as import option.

  6. Save () the settings.

  7. Click on Mapping.

  8. Open the mapping from the overview.

  9. Expand the area Storage locations on the right-hand side.

  10. Activate the fields Level ID, Storage location ID, Storage location name, Purpose, Status and Position.

  11. Expand the area Level of storage locations on the right-hand side.

  12. Activate the fields Dimension ID, Level Position and Level name.

  13. Save () the settings.

5. Deleting storage locations

You can delete storage locations with ElasticSync.

Deleting storage locations:

  1. Go to Data » ElasticSync.

  2. Click on the sync in the sync overview.

  3. Click on Matching.

  4. Select the field Storage location ID.

  5. Select Only update existing data as import option.

  6. Save () the settings.

  7. Click on Mapping.

  8. Open the mapping from the overview.

  9. Expand the area Storage locations on the right-hand side.

  10. Activate the field Delete storage location.

  11. You can either delete all storage locations or only specific ones. Carry out the respective settings. Pay attention to the explanations given in Table 3.

  12. Save () the settings.

Table 3. Deleting all storage locations or only specific ones
Setting Explanation

Deleting all storage locations

All storage location IDs that exist in the CSV file will be deleted.
For the Delete storage location value, select Own value.
Then select Yes or No.

Deleting only specific storage locations

Here, the CSV file contains two values: on the one hand there are the storage location IDs and on the other hand there are the values Yes and No by which you can determine whether the value should be deleted.

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