I would love to be able to determine product counts through the API.
This allows me to do things like automatically order certain things as they run low on stock.
We have different manufacturers sending products to a single warehouse and it is very tedious to have a manual process around checking that the quantity that was received was the proper amount, and that we aren't running low on things like packing slips.
Justin Shaw Because International commented
Exposing inventory count to the API would be a huge step for automating inventory processes. Would love to see this feature soon.
Josh Guss commented
This is also something we are currently in need of and would love to see this integrated into the API.
Ryan O'Sullivan Conception Pty Ltd commented
Is this happening? It's apparently been 'planned' since May 15 2019? How long for features to go from planned to implemented and live? An api to CRUD the inventory of an item would be awesome.
Please add the ability to access the current inventory count for a product through the API. It is very important for any process to be fully automated. Thank you!
Full CRUD implementation of OnHand, Allocated, and Available inventory items should be available along with respective location/warehouse fields. I see this is tagged as "planned" for 5/15/19, any updates on if/when we can expect to see this?
We're getting a Shopify app developed. This app would enable us to sell bundled products on Shopify. But as we use ShipStation for fulfillment, we needed the API to support Inventory CRUD (Create Read Update Delete) or atleast Read and Update. So this feature would actually be great to have.
Ship Dazzle commented
Exactly! At least give the access to pull the inventory counts from it!
The ability to retrieve the qty Available (after allocation) and push that information upstream to my stores would be of great benefit.
George Carraway SunshineColdwater, Inc. commented
Inventory CRUD via API. (Create Read Update Delete). Need this to make the inventory gear turn :)
Or, simply add the Stock property to the Product model so that we can read and change it.
Jacob Knobel YaDoggie commented
Yes -- this is absolutely key. Our integration depends on the API and without inventory access, we can't do some of the basic key things we need to be able to do.
(This should also include viewing of inventory via the API)
Elisamuel Resto commented
It would be nice to have the ability to modify the inventory stock levels through the API. It is nice having it in the front end, but if it cannot communicate with anything else, it is half-useful to us.