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Support for Ultra Pipelines
Works in Ultra Pipelines.
- API versions: Shopify releases new API versions every quarter. Each stable version is supported only for a minimum of 12 months. Part of a Shopify API is deprecated if it becomes unnecessary, unsafe, or outdated. The API’s are marked as deprecated when they are removed in a newer version of the API. The deprecation is then retroactively applied to previous stable versions of the API.
API Rate Limit: All Shopify APIs are rate-limited. Shopify uses various strategies to enforce rate limits, such as Calculated query cost, Request-based limit, and Time-based limit.
Shopify Snap Pack uses admin APIs, which are applicable for Request-based limit. If the APIs cross the rate limit, the Snap fails.
When you pass invalid data, this Snap does not throw any error. For example, if you enter an invalid country code, currency, or invalid country name, this Snap ignores that invalid data.
Snap Input and Output
|Input/Output||Type of View||Number of Views||Examples of Upstream and Downstream Snaps||Description|
|You must pass appropriate details that you want to update for the order.|
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The updated order ID and the order details.
|Field Name||Field Dependency||Description|
Specify the name for the Snap. You can modify the default name to be specific and meaningful, especially if you have more than one of the same Snap in your Pipeline.
Default Value: Update_Order
Specify the Shopify API version. Alternatively, click the Suggestion icon to fetch the list of Shopify API versions.
The schema is static and is captured from the 2021-04 version of Shopify. See Shopify REST APIs for more information.
Default Value: 2021-07
Specify the draft order ID to update the draft order.
Default Value: N/A (Expression enabled by default)
Specify the ID of the order/draft order to update a specific record.
Default Value: N/A
|Number Of Retries||N/A|
Specify an integer value to set the maximum number of reconnection attempts that the Snap must perform, in case of connection failure or timeout.
Default Value: 1
|Retry Interval (Seconds)||N/A|
Specify the duration in seconds for which the Snap must wait between two reconnection attempts, until the number of retries is reached.
Default Value: 1
Select one of the three modes in which the Snap executes. Available options are:
Default Value: Execute only
Example: Validate & Execute
"402 Payment Required"
|The requested shop is currently frozen. ||You need to log in as admin user and pay the outstanding balance to unfreeze the shop.|
"404 Not Found"
|The requested resource is not found.||The resource could be available again in the future.|
"406 Not Acceptable"
|The requested resource is only capable of generating content, but not acceptable according to the Accept headers sent in the request.||N/A|
|This is an intermittent error that you can encounter when there is a conflict in your orders, products, or customer data. For example, when you use unsupported characters.||Check for the conflicts in your metadata and rerun the Pipeline.|
"422 Unprocessable Entity"
The request body was well-formed but contains semantic errors. You can encounter a
422 error from a variety of scenarios including, but not limited to:
Formatting of the input is incorrect.
Checking out products that are out of stock.
Canceling an order that has fulfillments.
Creating an order with tax lines on both line items and the order.
Creating a customer without an email or name
Creating a product without a title.
|The response body provides details in the errors or error parameters. Fix the error parameters as given in the error description.|
"422 empty entity error"
|You might be sending null or empty or unsupported data. ||Check the data and fix the null or empty data.|
The requested shop is currently locked. Shops are locked if they repeatedly exceed their API request limit, or if there is an issue with the account, such as a detected compromise or fraud risk.
Wait for Shopify to unlock your account after the specified amount of time, after which you should be able to continue working on your Pipeline, or contact support if your shop is locked.
"429 Too Many Requests"
|Shopify APIs use different API rate-limiting methods. If the APIs exceeds the rate limit, the Snap fails.||See the API Call Limit documentation for a breakdown of Shopify's rate-limiting mechanism.|
"500 Internal Server Error"
|An internal error in Shopify application causes this error. ||Post the error details to the API and Technology forum so that Shopify staff can investigate the issue.|
"501 Not Implemented"
|The requested endpoint is not available on that particular shop, for example, requesting access to a Plus-specific API on a non-Plus shop. This response may also indicate that this endpoint is reserved for future use.||N/A|
"504 Gateway Timeout"
|The request could not complete in time. Shopify waits up to 10 seconds for a response.||Break down the request in multiple smaller requests.|
Updating An Order
This example Pipeline demonstrates how we can update an existing order.
We configure the Get Customers Snap as follows. We do not specify the Resource Id, because we want to get the list of all customers. Upon validation, we get the customer's list in the output preview.
|Get Customers Snap Configuration||Output|
Next, we configure the Mapper Snap by passing the required details to create an order for a specific customer.
Upon validation, we see the following order data in the output preview of the Snap.
Next, we configure the Create Order Snap to create an order.
|Create Order Snap Configuration||Output|
Next, we configure the second Mapper Snap to pass the required details as highlighted below to update the order.
Upon validation, we see the order details in the preview of the Snap.
Finally, we configure the Update Order Snap to update the order with the output from the upstream Mapper Snap. Upon validation, we see the following updated order details in the output preview of the Snap.
|Update Order Snap Configuration||Update Order Output|
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