Multivendor Marketplace App for Shopify is here with yet another connector. This time it’s for the sellers having stores on Prestashop!
If the sellers registered on admin’s marketplace have their stores on Prestashop and they want to connect their stores with admin’s store then, this can be achieved using PrestaShop Connector Feature App.
With Shopify-Prestashop Connector, You as a Store Owner can allow your sellers to import their products from Prestashop to admin’s Shopify store. To make this feature work, Seller needs to install a Module on Prestashop. Both admin & seller can download the Module from Multivendor App.
After installing the module, Products created on PrestaShop will be auto-updated on Shopify while the pre-existing products will be imported within the app.
Once the customer orders any imported products on Shopify, the same order will be created on Prestashop. And if an order is created on PrestaShop, inventory will be updated on Shopify.
To install this feature app, the admin needs to visit the “Feature App” section and approve the charge of $25 USD in addition to the Multivendor App plan.
Admin can allow his sellers to connect their Prestashop store with admin’s Store.
Sellers can import the products by Product IDs from their Prestashop store to admin’s marketplace
Moreover, seller needs to map their Prestashop store’s Collection with admin’s Store’s collection.
Also, Seller can map product type & product tags of Prestashop with admin’s Store.
When imported product will be ordered on Shopify, the same order will be created on Prestashop.
When imported product will be ordered on Prestashop, inventory will be updated on Shopify.
Once a product is created at PrestaShop, the same will be updated automatically on Shopify as well.
Both admin & seller can now sync the seller’s products in any state from the “Product Listing” section of their respective panels.
Sellers can import only Standard Products from PrestaShop to Shopify. –Simple Product –Product with Combinations
Admin can import a maximum of 250 Products at once from PrestaShop to Shopify.
Variations should be less than OR equal to 100.
Also, Option name should be less than OR equal to 3.
It is mandatory to enable the visibility of the product available for order on PrestaShop.
Tax & Discounts can’t be managed on Orders. Thus, the order amount at PrestaShop may differ from the actual order amount visible to the seller on the Multivendor App.
The default currency set on admin’s Shopify store and seller’s PrestaShop should be the same.
It is mandatory to enable “Guest Checkout” on PrestaShop as customers purchasing imported products on the store will be added as “Guest” on PrestaShop.
Note:- Suppose a country (where the seller has to ship the order) is disabled from the Countries section of seller’s PrestaShop store.(International>>Locations>>Countries).
Then, in this case, the order will not be placed on PrestaShop if the customer has select the Shipping address of that particular country.
Seller needs to enable the countries again:-
Important Note:- This connector is compatible with Prestashop 1.7.4, Prestashop 1.7.5 & higher versions.
The Connector is now available for Prestashop Version 1.6.x
To make it work with all the supported versions, it is mandatory to add the codes. Click here and follow the suggested path to add the codes.
This procedure is the same for all the versions.
If You get any issue in order or product updates, please make sure that you have added the above codes.
How to Install
Admin can follow below-given steps to install the Shopify-Prestashop Connector App:
Step 1: Visit the Feature Apps Section.
2nd Step: Filter the Category by “Connector” and find the Shopify PrestaShop Connector Feature App and Click on the Enable button.
Step 3: Click on the “Agree” button and proceed further to Approve the Charge.
This way, admin can install the Shopify-Prestashop Connector Feature App.
As soon as you install the Shopify-Prestashop feature app, You need to share a Delivery URL,SID and a Prestashop Module with your sellers. Go to the “Instruction for Marketplace” section of the Multivendor app & get the URL and download the module from there.
PRODUCT DETAIL CONFIGURATION
Now, admin needs to select the PrestaShop connector from the “Connector Configuration” menu of the app.
Go to Configuration>>Product Detail Configuration>>Select the Connector.
Now, he can enable/disable other tabs for this section as well.
Sync Customer Details
By enabling this tab, you can sync customer details in order with the seller’s PrestaShop store. Let’s understand this feature with two cases.
CASE 1: Sync Customer Details tab is ON (enabled):
Once a customer places an order, the customer will be created on the seller’s PrestaShop store with complete shipping. Also, the customers will receive an email from the seller’s store regarding the same.
NOTE:- In this case, if you don’t want to send an email to the customer, you can configure a dummy email.
CASE 2: Sync Customer Details tab is OFF (disabled):
In case you disable this tab, you will get three options to choose whether you want to sync the customer’s shipping address, name, and email or not. You can configure the settings as per the requirements with Seller’s PrestaShop store or not.
How the Seller will install the Module on PrestaShop?
Once the admin provides the PrestaShop Module to the sellers, seller can upload the module on PrestaShop and configure its details to make the feature work.
Steps to Upload the Module:
Seller will log in to PrestaShop.
Go to Modules.
Visit the Module Catalog and Click on “Install a Module“.
Upload the Module and Configure it.
Go to Module Manager to configure the Module.
Seller needs to enter the Source URL and SID provided by the admin.
This way, a seller can install the module on his/her PrestaShop and configure it following the given instruction.
As soon as the seller installs the module, the products created at PrestaShop will be auto-updated on Shopify. Seller needs to import the existing products from the app.
How to Generate Access Token?
To generate access token on PrestaShop, Seller needs to follow certain steps that are as follows:
Login to PrestaShop.
Search to Configure.
Go to Advanced Parameters.
Click on Webservice.
Click on “Add new Webservice Key“.
Now, Click on “Generate” button & assign all the permissions.
This way, you can generate the access token to make this feature work.
Note:- Once the Seller installs any module for the first time on his/her PrestaShop, make sure that the Seller has enabled the “PrestaShop Webservice” from the Configuration section (as shown in above screenshot).
Once the admin installs the app, he/she will get a new sub-menu in the Configuration menu of the Seller Panel. Seller needs to configure the PrestaShop details from this section of the app.
PrestaShop App Configuration:
-Seller will enter the URL of his/her PrestaShop. Note:- URL added must be added without the language code.
-Seller will enter the Weight Unit of PrestaShop. -Seller will enter the Dimension Unit of his/her PrestaShop. -Paste the access token generated from PrestaShop. -Seller will enter the Payment Method Name and Payment Method Module of his/her PrestaShop.
Sellers can directly download the PrestaShop Module from PrestaShop details section of their seller Panel.
PrestaShop Payment Details
While configuring PrestaShop details on admin’s store, the seller needs to enter Payment Method Name and Payment Method Module.
Sellers can get these details from the “Payment” section of his/her PrestaShop store.
Login to PrestaShop.
Go to Payment Section.
Click Payment Methods.
Choose any of the active payment methods.
Click on it and get the Payment Method Module from the page.
For Payment Method Name, do refer the below-given screenshot:
For Payment Method Module, do refer the below-given screenshot:
By saving the details, Seller will move forward to map Collection, Product Type & Product Tag.
-Category Mapping From this section, Seller will map admin’s pre-defined Shopify store collections with seller’s PrestaShop Collection.
Note:- Make sure that admin has enabled the “Restrict Collection” tab from MV admin panel.
Clicking on the Map Collection, the seller will get the option to select collection of admin’s store and map the same with the collections of his/her PrestaShop. This will be a One to Many Mapping.
-Tag Mapping Seller will map all the Product’s Tags of admin’s Shopify store with the tags of his/her PrestaShop. Note:- Make sure that admin has enabled the “Restrict Product Tag” tab from MV admin panel.
Clicking on the Map Tags button, Seller will enter the product tag created by admin and the tags of his/her PrestaShop to map them with each other. This will be a One to Many Mapping.
-Type Mapping Seller will map the product type of admin’s Shopify store with product type of his own PrestaShop store. This will be a One to One Mapping. Note:- Make sure that admin has enabled the “Restrict Product Type” tab from MV admin panel.
Moreover, the seller can enable/disable or delete the mapped Product Tag & Product Type.
Seller Importing Products
As soon as the Seller Configures the PrestaShop details, Seller will get the option to import his/her PrestaShop’s products to admin’s Shopify Store.
Clicking on the “Import Product” button added in the seller panel, Seller can import products using any of the three methods.
Method 1: By Selecting Duration Using this method, Seller will select the From & To date and import the product between the chosen date.
2nd Method: By Selecting Product ID Also, Seller will enter comma separated product IDs of his/her PrestaShop store and import them in one go.
Method 3: By Selecting Range Using this method, Seller will enter the range of product IDs of his/her PrestaShop and import them at a time.
This way, Seller can import their PrestaShop Products to admin’s Shopify Store.
As soon as the Seller imports his PrestaShop products to admin’s marketplace, the imported products will be in “Approval Pending” state at both admin & seller panel.
You can view the imported products in the “Product Listing” section of the admin panel.
Admin can anytime enable or deny the imported product with a reason.
Once the admin approves the product, the same will reflect at seller side too.
Once an order is placed at the Shopify store for the seller product, then the same order will be created on PrestaShop also. Accordingly, inventory will be managed at both the ends i.e. at PrestaShop as well as at Multivendor App.
Once an order is Shipped on PrestaShop, the same will be fulfilled on Multivendor App. An order delivered on PrestaShop will be updated on Multivendor App.
If an order is canceled or refunded on Shopify, the order state will be updated on PrestaShop.Accordingly, you can update the inventory manually on PrestaShop.
Moreover, the same order is here on PrestaShop also.
Let the sellers create price rule to manage product price of their PrestaShop store to merchant’s store.
Sellers will have a new menu named Connector Price Rule in the configuration menu of the app. From here, seller can create price rules based on which seller’s product price will be calculated on merchant’s store.
Furthermore, clicking the Connector Price Rule, seller needs to enable “Price Rule” status and select the options as increase/decrease price, price will be changed by a fixed amount or a percentage amount, enter the amount that needs to be changed.
Enable the checkbox to update already synced product’s price at merchant’s store as per the price rule created.
This way, sellers can create price rule from their respective seller panels based on which product price of the seller’s store will be calculated at merchant’s store.
Moreover, follow the below link to check the demo of PrestaShop Connector app:
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