Hi Mr. Kagetsuki,


Have you tried it with 1-3-stable branch? I have to change the inventory
system a bit to handle a non finished product like a t-shirt (variation
based on size, color and model) that will have a different pattern (print
or engraving) depend on the product bought in the store (spree). Can you
please, if possible, suggest me an approach to solve this problem?


Thank you very much,
Em quinta-feira, 26 de abril de 2012 01h15min40s UTC-3, 影月零 escreveu:

We're developing an extension for inventory/shipping and general
warehouse management complete with an Android based barcode/QR code
scanning client. Check it out here:
https://github.com/Genshin/spree_warehouse and PLEASE help if you can. We
should have something usable within the next month or so though.

-Rei Kagetsuki

(2012年04月26日 00:25), Carlos Eduardo Alarcon wrote:

You could also extend the state machine of orders and therefore just
update inventory of selected products back in your inhouse app via http. In
the other direction you coud use the spree API to update a single product
availability whenever updated in your inhouse app. You will have this way
less load in your apps and kept in sync almost inmediatly.

hope this helps

Carlos

On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 9:09 AM, Ryan Bigg <ry...@spreecommerce.com<javascript:>
wrote:
I would go for the first option, copying them over to the database every
hour using a Rake task.

On Tuesday, 24 April 2012 at 11:34 AM, tom wrote:

hi,

i have a small inhouse rails app to track orders and inventory. some of
the inventory i would like to get into my spree-store. now, im not sure
what the pro and cons are and what the best way(s) are to accomplish this.
here 2 ways i can think of:

1) copying over the items to spree-database on a regular basis to keep
them "in sync"

2) let spree fetch specific items via ActiveResource

any other ideas? i do not want to solely use spree!


thx

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