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 Author: steinewelten View Messages Posted By steinewelten
 Posted: Jan 24, 2019 17:44
 Subject: API for Prestashop
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steinewelten (1)

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Hello i look for a api from bricklink to prestashop
 Author: qwertyboy View Messages Posted By qwertyboy
 Posted: Jan 24, 2019 18:15
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In Inventories, steinewelten writes:
  Hello i look for a api from bricklink to prestashop

I am guessing you want to set up your own web shop, and use BrickLink as a back-end
for all the info. If you then also want to handle your own orders and not have
those flow through BL - that won't happen. It would be a blatant violation
of the ToS.

If I misunderstood, you might want to explain some more what you are trying to
accomplish.

Niek.
 Author: steinewelten View Messages Posted By steinewelten
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In Inventories, qwertyboy writes:
  In Inventories, steinewelten writes:
  Hello i look for a api from bricklink to prestashop

I am guessing you want to set up your own web shop, and use BrickLink as a back-end
for all the info. If you then also want to handle your own orders and not have
those flow through BL - that won't happen. It would be a blatant violation
of the ToS.

If I misunderstood, you might want to explain some more what you are trying to
accomplish.

Niek.

Hello no would like to use prestashop for the backend.
I like to sell on bricklick and i like to sent the orders to the Prestashop an
make in Presta the invoice.... I would like to automatically submit orders from
Bricklink to Prestashop. Furthermore, I would like to link the articles of Bricklink
with Prestashop or automatically do an automatic import in Prestashop, so that
I do not have to create every article in Prestashop
 Author: qwertyboy View Messages Posted By qwertyboy
 Posted: Jan 25, 2019 11:47
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qwertyboy (4643)

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In Inventories, steinewelten writes:
  In Inventories, qwertyboy writes:
  In Inventories, steinewelten writes:
  Hello i look for a api from bricklink to prestashop

I am guessing you want to set up your own web shop, and use BrickLink as a back-end
for all the info. If you then also want to handle your own orders and not have
those flow through BL - that won't happen. It would be a blatant violation
of the ToS.

If I misunderstood, you might want to explain some more what you are trying to
accomplish.

Niek.

Hello no would like to use prestashop for the backend.
I like to sell on bricklick and i like to sent the orders to the Prestashop an
make in Presta the invoice.... I would like to automatically submit orders from
Bricklink to Prestashop. Furthermore, I would like to link the articles of Bricklink
with Prestashop or automatically do an automatic import in Prestashop, so that
I do not have to create every article in Prestashop

You'd either have to do manual downloads of the catalog items and your received
orders, or you have to look into the BrickLink API. The last option will require
quite a bit of programmer's elbow grease:

https://www.bricklink.com/v2/api/welcome.page

Niek.