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Oct 20 '16 at 6:35 answer simonthesorcerer timeline score: 0
Oct 19 '16 at 20:17 comment added Ryan Cady Their API is very limited. The only thing we get that changes is we get a bulk dump everyday that includes a SKU, and description. We would only see new products added or old ones removed. No pricing or inventory information. All of that info must be requested via the SOAP api. It's very very limited unfortunately.
Oct 19 '16 at 20:14 comment added simonthesorcerer can you not implement a push system by the external source to import data into magneto every time it has been changed?
Oct 19 '16 at 20:12 comment added Ryan Cady @simonthesorcerer thanks for the comment! I can easily build in something that will pass by the request if the server is unreachable. A cronjob is not realistic. The data needs to be requested in real time. Mainly pricing and inventory. Requesting data on 600k+ SKUs everyday will take lots of resources and time. The API is specifically designed to be used on an as needed basis.
Oct 19 '16 at 19:52 comment added simonthesorcerer This is no answer, so I'll add it in a comment: this seems like a very flawed design to me. There will not be any operation (load backend, load frontend, order, anything) that is possible, when the SOAP-server is not reachable, or the access data has been changed, or there's another problem. You are completely relying on something that is not in Magento. You should update the product data with a cronjob or sth, save it in Magento, and then use the "normal" Magento way to show the data to the user.
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