1. Log in with your Click2Sync account here
If you don't have a Click2Sync account create one here2. Connect your Amazon account
To start synchronizing your products, click on the button "add storefront"
To begin loading your products you need to enter this information:
- Seller ID
- Authorization Token
- The target marketplace
Upon authorizing Click2Sync will start to load your Amazon products into the platform(The first time load can take a considerable amount of time)
When the process is completed you can view your products from Amazon on Click2Sync3. Connect your osCommerce instance
This steps assume you already developed your custom integration to our API, if you want to know more about how to integrate to Click2Sync click here.
Click on the "add storefront..." drop down and select de option marked as "Custom"
A pop-up asking for the API endpoints and URL will appear. Fill in the textboxes, press the "Generate Key" this will be used as a header response on your endpoints and then press the "Scan Products" button to start the import of your products
You will see a notification in the lower right corner indicating that the process is running, wait until you see the notification change to "first time load complete". After it finishes you can view your products on Click2Sync. (Note: The first time load can take a considerable amount of time)
4. Now to migrate the products from one connection to the other
5. Enter to any product detail page
6. Press the "Batch" button. A pop-up of Batch operations will appear. Click on the button marked as "add +" and a list will appear, select "Mirror products"
7. In the text box of "to" write the connection where you want to mirror your products, in this case select "osCommerce"
8. Click on the "Batch" button to start the batch operation of importing your products
9. A notificacion will appear indicating the batch process is executing
10. When the process is done a notification saying "done, your batch update has been completed" will appear
11. Finally send the pending updates to your osCommerce instance by pressing the "Sync" button