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    Hello again

    I will try to get an example feed from trendsales.



    I don’t know whats the difference between xml and xsd. This is the only example link I got from them.

    But in their Documentation, (that I only have in Danish) I can see this example of how the xml should look like:



    <?xml version="1.0"?>

    <products xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema">

    <product>

    <category>0</category>

    <area>1</area>

    <item>T-Shirt</item>

    <brand>Trendsales</brand>

    <style>123456</style>

    <description>Trendsales t-shirt i sort med stort logo.</description>

    <shipping>

    <country>51</country>

    <amount>4000</amount>

    </shipping>

    <shipping>

    <country>160</country>

    <amount>8000</amount>

    </shipping>

    <shipping>

    <country>203</country>

    <amount>8000</amount>

    </shipping>

    <variant>

    <price>8000</price>

    <original_price>0</original_price>

    <global_bundle_percentage>0</global_bundle_percentage>

    <local_bundle_percentage>0</local_bundle_percentage>

    <sku>SKU123456-S-B</sku>

    <ean>1234567890111</ean>

    <stock>0</stock>

    <track_stock>false</track_stock>

    <size>S</size>

    <color>Sort</color>

    </variant>

    <variant>

    <price>8000</price>

    <original_price>0</original_price>

    <global_bundle_percentage>0</global_bundle_percentage>

    <local_bundle_percentage>0</local_bundle_percentage>

    <sku>SKU123456-L-B</sku>

    <ean>1234567890333</ean>

    <stock>0</stock>

    <track_stock>false</track_stock>

    <size>L</size>

    <color>Sort</color>

    </variant>

    <image>http://www.domain.com/images/image1.jpg</image>

    <image>http://www.domain.com/images/image2.jpg</image>

    <image>http://www.domain.com/images/image3.jpg</image>

    <image>http://www.domain.com/images/image4.jpg</image>

    <image>http://www.domain.com/images/image5.jpg</image>

    <image>http://www.domain.com/images/image6.jpg</image>

    </product>

    </products>



    Hope you can use that?



    Furthermore they have this field-descriptions:

    All products must be wrapped in single root element.

    Each product must be declared as child elements to the root.

    <category>
      

    Required: Text/Number

    Data type: Text/Number

    Insert your own category ID – and Trendsales will match it with Trendsales’ categories.

    <area>
      

    Data type: Number

    Required: Yes

    Required for backwards compatibility and must be set to 0 (zero).

    <item>
      

    Data type: Text, string (90) Required: Yes

    Product title or product type. E.g. “Shoe”, “jacket”

    <brand>
      

    Data type: Text, string (90) Required: Yes

    The brand name e.g. “Armani”.

    <style>
      

    Data type: Text, string (100) Required: Yes

    Represents a unique identifier for the item.

    <description>
      

    Data type: Text Required: Yes

    The product description. All mark-up will be stripped during upload.

    <shipping>
      

    Required: Yes

    If no shipping elements can be found, the shipping price will be listed as “free”. If only one shipping element is presented, it will be used as a global shipping price within the same market. If you need different prices depending on what country the buyer resides in, multiple shipping elements must be declared. Multiple shipping prices are ONLY supported in the XML feed, NOT in the excel format.

    <country>
      

    Data type: Number Required: Yes

    These are the currently available shipping countries.

    DK=51, SE=203, NO=160, FI=64, DE=223, OTHER=0

    See example in screen shot for entering multiple shipping countries.

    “OTHER” will be applied to buyers who live outside the countries you have included as country in your product feed.

    <amount>
      

    Data type: Number Required: Yes

    The amount charged for shipping in fractional currency DKK. Amount is always quoted as e.g. DKK 3900 i/o 39,00

    <variant>
      

    Required: Yes

    Each product must contain at least one variant element. Multiple variants can be declared if the same item exists in mu

    4 years ago

    Hello FoxNet
    I am about to buy your plugin NopFeedManager, because I can my own feeds as it says.
    But to be sure, and before I buy, I need to ask you this question:
    Will the plugin be able to generate a feed to the danish "big-store" company Trendsales?
    They have given me this link, so I can see how the structure of the needed xml shall look like?
    Is this something that you can help configure?
    (here is the link: https://www.trendsales.dk/schemas/productfeed.xsd)

    Best regards
    Bjarni Aagaard-Nielsen

    4 years ago

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