Getting Started on Convictional
Signing Up As A Buyer
Signing Up As A Seller
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Step by Step for Buyer Onboarding
Step by Step for Seller Onboarding
Successful Support Interactions
Adding Barcode Values in WooCommerce
How can I confirm that Convictional can pull my Products from my WooCommerce Store?
Updating your WooCommerce URL
CSV managed account
Connecting through SFTP
Downloadable Image Links
Fixing SKUs in Scientific Notation
How to Resolve " Your SFTP user requires delete permission on your SFTP server."
How to Resolve "Unable to access your SFTP server"
How to Resolve "Your SFTP user requires read permission on your SFTP server"
How to Resolve "Your SFTP user requires write permission on your SFTP server."
Building API Integrations
Getting Started with Webhooks
Getting Started with the Buyer API
How to Create an Order for the Buyer API
Connecting through Seller EDI - Invoice (810) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Advance Ship Notice (856) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Inventory Update (846) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Purchase Order (850) Specification
Connecting through Seller EDI for Dropship - Purchase Order Acknowledgements (855) Specification
Downloading EDI Files
How to Create a Test Order as an EDI Seller
How to Resend an Advance Ship Notice
How to Resolve "Already Processed Files"
Migrating Ecommerce Platforms
Supported Connection Methods
How to Change Your Commerce Type
Integrating your CRM
Inviting Team Members
Setting Billing Address
Switching Between Accounts
Viewing Subscription Info
Actions & Action Templates
How to Determine the Remaining onboarding steps for a Partner
Buyer Product Validation Guide
Exclusive Collaborations - Syncing Unpublished Products
How Inventory Sync Works
How to Solve Shopify "Item Not Recognized" Error
Marking Products as Active or Inactive
Check Order Status
Fixing an Order Sync Timeout Error
Fulfilling orders from your ecommerce platform
Packing Slips - Buyers
Packing Slips - Sellers
Sending Test Orders
Configuring Per-Order Fees
How Invoicing Works
How Taxes Work
How to Delay an Invoice
Partnership Billing Settings
Understanding Per-Order Fees
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Updated by Tyler Ellis
Now that you have setup your partner, your products have synced through from your platform, and you have created a price list, it's best practice to send a test order. Here are the steps for submitting a test order:
Visit the Get Started page
After you have completed the steps listed above, you will be able to run a Test Order from the Getting Started page. In the tab showing below you will first select a Price List that includes a product you would like to test. From there you can select the product from the dropdown:
If you have already completed this tile on your get started page, please reach out to email@example.com and we can enable the test order option for you.
Create the order
Select the SKU and quantity you would like to test and you can hit the 'Place Test Order' button
Sync the order
Once you have placed the test order it will show up in the Orders section of your Convictional dashboard. You will need to select the 'Sync the Test Order to my Platform' option before it will appear in your ecommerce platform
Fulfill the order
To test order syncing to your platform go ahead and use the Sync button at the top of the page. This order will be synced in the next order sync (usually within 15 minutes). In order to sync the fulfillment status from your ecommerce platform you will need to mark the order as Fulfilled (Completed on some platforms) and ensure that the fulfillment details include a Carrier Name and Tracking Number. This is required to sync the order status back to Convictional. More information on this process can be found in this guide.
Once you have marked the order as fulfilled you will see those details synced back to Convictional. These details will automatically sync to your partner and their platform where they will be responsible for notifying the customer. At this point you have completed the Test Order process and are ready to transact for real!