Custom Field per Color import will update custom fields that have the Per Color option enabled.
- DEFAULT COLUMNS IN THE EXCEL SHEET
- MANDATORY COLUMNS FOR DATA
- FIELDS THAT CAN BE UPDATED
- HOW TO UPDATE CUSTOM FIELDS
See how to Import and where to select the type of Import: HERE
DEFAULT COLUMNS IN THE EXCEL SHEET
The following columns are the default ones - with a description of where to find the data.
|Headers in Excel||Explanation||Example of data|
|BRAND: ||The Style Brand name in the Style Header|
|STYLE NAME: ||Style Name in the Style Header|
|STYLE NO: ||Style No in the Style Header|
|SEASON: ||Is the Season name in the Style Header. If your company uses Project, make sure you do not include the Project name |
|SUPPLIER ID:||Supplier ID can be found in Admin->Supplier under the respective Supplier company |
|COLOR ID:||This is the Color ID - can be found either on the Style Item List or in Admin->Colors. Please see the illustration below|
|COLOR ID2:||This is the Color ID2 (if used) - can be found either on the Style Item List or in Admin->Colors. Please see the illustration below|
How to find Color data on the Style Item List
How to find Color data in Admin-Colors
MANDATORY COLUMNS FOR DATA
These columns are mandatory to enter data in - if you don't do this - the import can not work.
- Style Name
- Style No
- Supplier ID - if it is on your style it's mandatory
- Color ID
- Color ID2 (if used)
FIELDS THAT CAN BE UPDATED
With this update - it is only possible to update Style Custom Fields that are Per color.
HOW TO UPDATE CUSTOM FIELDS
You can update any kind of Custom Field via the Update functionality as long as it is Per Color.
The syntax for updating Custom Fields depends on what kind of Custom Field you want to update and what kind of data you have available.
For most Custom Fields you need to use the syntax CF:ID.
From the illustration above your syntax would be "CF:4711" in the header.
In the column, you will then enter the values you want for that Custom Field - say "11" since it is a Numeric one.
For Allowed Value Custom Fields (and Hierarchy Custom Fields) you can use two types of syntax.
The one just explained and one of type CFID:ID - let us look at two examples.
- For the CF:ID your Column header would be "CF:12: and the value in the column would be "Yellow flag"
- If instead you only have the Allowed ID to work with your syntax would be "CFID:12" in the header and in the column, you will then enter the ID - in this case, "3"
We advise that you do not use " " (space) in any of the IDs because it might cause problems if you have to integrate with your ERP system.
If you need to add multiple per color values for the same Custom Field - you will need to add one line for each color in your excel sheet.