May 20, 2015 at 7:33 am 44545
|bigtom||I have not tried doing this yet, but I am assuming everything is fairly compatible.|
May 20, 2015 at 10:57 am 44566
Thanks for your question. I did not understand your question clearly. Please let me know what are you going to do? What you actually want to know from us?
May 20, 2015 at 11:20 am 44574
We have vendors that have their own large databases and need a way to post products in an automated way. The WooCommerce API is one option we are looking at. This would also allow us to have native mobile apps for vendors to monitor their stores in Dokan.
It seems that as long as we have the vendor logged in with their API keys they will see only their data. basically this allows vendors to use their own database tools and not interact as much with the Dokan vendor dashboard as much. Not all vendors need this feature but the ones who do really want it. This would allow them to publish hundreds of products at a time quickly and changes could be made easily via a custom mobile app or their separate ecommerce site. So if they sell something outside of the Dokan marketplace the stock and availability can be automatically updated in their Dokan.
May 21, 2015 at 2:45 pm 44777
The idea is nice. But to implement this idea its need huge customization. First of all, you must need to examine and make a plan how you want to accomplish this mission.
May 22, 2015 at 6:24 am 44864
No big mission. Just a filter on the API request I think. Seems like this should work. Maybe I will get to testing it next week. I already have the API successfully running for a single shop. I just need to sort out the multiple vendor situation.