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Hi

I have just noticed all my products are giving my out of stock notice on home page categories etc... I have disabled all stock as it is not required by me.. Is tehre any way I can get them to say 1 to 2 days rather than 1 to 2 weeks ... Or will I have to enable stock control again

tia

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Are they all Marked as Virtual Products?

What is this set to

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and this 

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Here are mine

 

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@unica e-shop  No. Not yet .. Is that the free one from github as that's all I can find

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@AndyC No it Advanced EU Compliance v3.1.3 that is available in the module section in back office, normally if it is activated it does show when product will be available again, and in that case you could change it via the module interface. 

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Oh sorry that 1 ,yes I do ... In stock is 1 - 2 days out of stock 1 -2 weeks

Half way though setting up products I changed it so I did n't have to keep entering an amount .. So from then on it shows 1 - 2 weeks all the others are 1 - 2 days that were done with a amount

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12 minutes ago, Brent Dacus said:

every thing shows in stock for me.. here https://www.pewterjewellery.co.uk

Can you send us a link to maybe one not working?

 

Great work BTW.  are you crafting those items

Sadly no, I'm selling on behalf of a guy in Cornwall , so no real competition on that site.

It's my new site I've been building over the past 3 months www.pewterworld.co.uk/PwTb ..

 

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Ok over there It seems to not show "in stock" . Isn't that what you want?

Maybe some screen shots or a link to a broken item and a working item?

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im not sure, but i think its changing your urls / store / etc  - you have two differnet stores - new tb store and your old store 
old store... www.pewterworld.co.uk/PwTb/ ....
new store ... www.pewterjewellery.co.uk .... without PwTb

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oh ok... I think it's related to Quantity in each product.

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Lets try this set this to zero.

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Hi

Pewter Jewellery is 1 store on it's own ..It's also located on a different host

The original store is a zencart store ...I've built the TB site on Pewter World with /PwTb .. If I were to enable stock control it would more than likely go back to being correct

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mmm no difference ... But I have just had a thought ... How does the system know if the stock is out of date if there is no stock to be out of date .It should either be all out of date or all in stock .. Maybe by swapping half way though I have just confused the database .... and it doesn't know what to do ... Does that make sense

 

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ok - i see now, the one product have zero quantity?
example
aeuc settings
- 1-7 days with products quantity 1+
- 1-2 weeks with products quantity 0-

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Yes,  You could uninstall and reinstall the advance EU compliance module.  May the setting are needing to be written

Availability . whats the 2 products look like...

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Posted (edited)

Otherwise I'll have to set up stock system again , which isn't a problem I suppose ..

More work to do

Edited by AndyC

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The manual is best sometimes...  see Bolded

 

http://doc.prestashop.com/display/PS16/Presenting+the+Stock+Management+Interface

 

These levels are:

  • No stock management: there is no product quantity, PrestaShop assumes that a product's stock is infinite. Use this if you only sell virtual products (files, services, etc.).
  • Simple stock management: for every product you sell, you can indicate the currently available quantity (including product combinations). Use this if you have few products or a simple storing location.
  • Advanced stock management: for every product you sell (and its combinations), you can indicate where the available quantity is located in an unlimited number of warehouses (with varying carriers and valuation methods). You can also see your stock movements, the current status of your stock, you stock coverage, and you can place an order to your product suppliers.

These screens are:

  • Preferences > Products > Products stock: this is where you enable the feature.
    • Enable stock management. This option gives you access to basic stock management options and features: you can set the current quantity of product, and have PrestaShop lower it for each order, and "re-stock" for each canceled or returned order. By default you should leave this feature enabled, as disabling it affects the entire inventory management of your shop. Only if you do not have any physical inventory should you disable it – for instance, if you only have virtual products.
    • Enable advanced stock management. Another little option which has major implications: it adds a new menu called "Stocks", which makes it possible to manage very precisely your stock, on a per-warehouse basis if necessary. You can see all the details about your stock: movement, coverage, re-stocking orders, etc. You can read more about PrestaShop's advanced stock management feature in the "Managing Stock" chapter of this guide.
    • New products use advanced stock management. If enabled, new products will automatically use the advanced stock management feature. The default warehouse is the one indicated in the next option.
    • Default warehouse on new products. If new products use the advanced stock management feature, you have to indicate their default warehouse here.

 

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ean i dont know - have you used my example?
change it a little bit
 

example one

<p id="product_ean13">
<label>EAN: </label> <br />
<span content="5055685512015">5055685512015</span>
<meta itemprop="gtin13" content="5055685512015" /></p>

delete <br />

 

 

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Sorry already fixed it ... I was playing around with <br> as I wanted it to appear on the next line , I just forgot to remove it lol

 

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Posted (edited)

@Brent Dacus .. Thank you .. SO I have it set up incorrectly then as my products aren't virtual products 

Edited by AndyC

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