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 Author: jameso321xyz View Messages Posted By jameso321xyz
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 11:51
 Subject: Import 10,000 items from rebrickable inventor
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 Topic: Inventories
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jameso321xyz (47)

Location:  USA, Connecticut
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I can only seem to export/import parts list to BL wanted list and not store inventory,
as there doesnt seem to be a mechanism from rebrickable BL xml that adds in prices
based on criteria like set part out does.

I used rebrickable because it was supposed to be import export compatible.

I have read quite a bit about above and havent gotten anyemwhere other than filling
in missinp parts of xml in notepad++

Thanks anyone who has some input

JamesO
 Author: runner.caller View Messages Posted By runner.caller
 Posted: Jan 23, 2019 12:09
 Subject: Re: Import 10,000 items from rebrickable inventor
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In Inventories, jameso321xyz writes:
  I can only seem to export/import parts list to BL wanted list and not store inventory,
as there doesnt seem to be a mechanism from rebrickable BL xml that adds in prices
based on criteria like set part out does.

I used rebrickable because it was supposed to be import export compatible.

I have read quite a bit about above and havent gotten anyemwhere other than filling
in missinp parts of xml in notepad++

Thanks anyone who has some input

JamesO

You can import the XML code from rebrickable into excel using the developer tap,
and then fill out the pricing column, the columns may need to be re-mapped depending
on what it looks like from rebrickable, then export (also on the developer tab)
the new spreadsheet to XML that is 'upload friendly' for bricklink. Follow
the rules below to make sure the XML is upload friendly.

https://www.bricklink.com/help.asp?helpID=22