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#1 11-11-2020 11:59:41

ElectroSpares
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Amazon SKU - Several

Often on Amazon there will be several listings of the exact same product, so we may have three different SKU's all relating to the same product. Although in K9 there will only be one SKU for this product.

Example  K9 SKU   SPF300

On Amazon we have SPF-300, SPF300, SPF300., On the initial import I am guessing the SKU SPF300 would match up correctly and the other two would be flagged in inventory match.   Would it then be possible to manually link SPF-300 and SPF300. to the K9 SKU SPF300  ??  If not would we need to create additional inventory items with these Amazon SKU's  thus causing a problem with stock replenishment.

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#2 11-11-2020 12:48:56

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Re: Amazon SKU - Several

On the initial import I am guessing the SKU SPF300 would match up correctly and the other two would be flagged in inventory match.

Correct.

Would it then be possible to manually link SPF-300 and SPF300. to the K9 SKU SPF300

Yes, they would likely be set up initially with an Inventory Match Required status.  You can match them after they are imported from your initial synch.

If not would we need to create additional inventory items with these Amazon SKU's  thus causing a problem with stock replenishment.

Correct.  And that would fly in the face of the consolidated inventory principle on which K9 was built.  Therefore, you can have many SKUs anywhere all pointing to the same inventory item with K9 smile


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