What we'll cover:
- Creating Parent and Child Products in Solid Commerce
- Sample Template
- Related Articles
Creating WooCommerce variations is similar to making eBay variations. You will need to create parent and child items inside of Solid Commerce.
See Listing Variations on eBay for more information.
|Variation Fields||Field Descriptions and Valid Values|
|mystore parent sku||The Parent SKU ties the all of the variation items together into one listing. Assign the Parent SKU to every item in the variation.|
|mystore options template||
The name of the product attribute(s) to create variations for. Attribute names are separated with two colons (::). This field isn't case sensitive.
You only are only required to enter the option template name for the parent item. However, populating the option template name for your child items too is fine.
|Variation Product Attributes||
For the actual variation attributes such as Size and Color fill out each skus row with its attribute. For the parent sku row make sure to include all the possible variations options and separate each option with double colon. Ex. In the screenshot below there are to types of variations and two variation types per variation. For size there is two sizes medium “M” and large “L” and for color “Orange” and “Black”. The top row is the parent sku row.
- Connecting to a WooCommerce Webstore
- Listing a Product to WooCommerce Using a Spreadsheet
- Creating a My Store (MyStore) Pricing Rule
- Creating and Editing a Product Using the Solid Commerce Excel Tool
- Updating Quantity, Cost, and Storage Location