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    Default Re: Sending order data to a script

    Use Express Checkout instead of Website Payments Standard, and then the normal notifiers will fire properly.
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    Thanks again for the quick response. That solved the problem in short order.
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    Using this approach, how would I grab the stock quantity from the ordered products? Since that information is not part of $Class->products i suspect that it would need to be added from the order class. Im looking at the stock_limited section but havent quite figured out how to adapt it.

    It would be quite useful to have the out-of-stock products passed along so I could automate the backorder process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHK View Post
    Using this approach, how would I grab the stock quantity from the ordered products? Since that information is not part of $Class->products i suspect that it would need to be added from the order class. Im looking at the stock_limited section but havent quite figured out how to adapt it.

    It would be quite useful to have the out-of-stock products passed along so I could automate the backorder process.
    The simplest way would be to simply run a quick query in your observer class to retrieve the necessary information to pass along.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    The simplest way would be to simply run a quick query in your observer class to retrieve the necessary information to pass along.
    Right you are. Dont know what I was thinking. Thanks for reminding me.

    Now my little observer compares order qty with stock qty and changes the order status to backorder.
    Backorder items(model/qty) are sent to our main system and placed on the next order to our suppliers.
    Like jsquared I also send the shipping information sent to our logistics partners.

    Quite useful little things, these observers.

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    And/or, You could set up a cron to check for 0 or low-stock items at regular intervals and do whatever you wish from there. Depends on how fast your inventory moves I guess.
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