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Custom database

Stock2Shop can push data from a variety of databases. The only prerequisite is that it can be accessed via ODBC. We therefore support Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL Server, Pervasive SQL, HANA and a number of other databases.

A custom database is client-owned. This means that it is installed on a server at your office, on your actual work computer or on a server in the cloud. In order for Stock2Shop to facilitate integration with your channels and fulfillment services (e.g. Shopify, Magento, WooCommerce, the B2B Trade store, Parcelninja and Takealot Marketplace), we need access to your custom database.

In the below documentation we will be covering:

Connecting to Stock2Shop

In order for Stock2Shop to connect with a custom data, Stock2Shop requires the following:

  • Stock2Shop’s software installed on the server
  • Server name / IP address
  • Database name
  • Database username (read-only)
  • Database password (read-only)

For more information on the installation of Stock2Shop’s software, see our guide on installing Stock2Shop for on-premise ERP / accounting systems.

Syncing products to Stock2Shop

Depending on the nature of your custom database, Stock2Shop can sync products, product relationships (parent-child), categorisation, multiple warehouses and multiple price lists (tiers) to your Stock2Shop console. This product information can then be distributed to one or multiple supported B2B and/or B2C ecommerce sales channels.

To understand more about the concept of products in Stock2Shop, read here.

Syncing customers to Stock2Shop

Stock2Shop can sync customers' details, account information, customer-specific pricing and customer-specific quantity if supported by your custom database. This customer information can then be distributed to our B2B Trade Store, allowing your customers to view products and place orders.

To understand more about the concept of customers in Stock2Shop, read here.

Raising orders to a custom database

Under certain circumstances, Stock2Shop can raise orders into a custom database. This would need to be discussed on a case-by-case basis as whether or not we can facilitate this depends of a variety of factors.

To understand more about the concept of orders in Stock2Shop, read here.