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The string is translated in the Mage_CatalogInventory module as "This product is not available in the requested quantity. %s of the items will be backordered." You can change it using theme translation or inline translation as described here: Magento - Rename Tax to GST For the theme translation approach, you need the following line in translate.csv: "...


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You have missing Backorder configuration from Admin. You dont need to customize any changes in template file. Just set configuration from, Stroes -> Configuration -> Catalog -> Inventory Click on Product stock Options Tab. Now Choose Backorders Value as Allow Qty Below 0. Save. Run Command php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy


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To set backorder status programmatically you need to override /module-catalog/Controller/Adminhtml/Product/Save.php and do this: $stockData = ['backorders' => 0, 'use_config_backorders' => 1]; $product->setStockData($stockData);


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Yes it does. Check this out. Magento has in-built setting for turning on "Backordering". It is located at System >> Configuration >> Catalog >> Inventory but this will work only on new products. For all existing products you still have to turn it on in admin products grid(Catalog >> Manage Products) by selecting products and then ...


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You will need to edit the availability template to your theme app/design/frontend/yourtheme/yourpackage/template/catalog/product/view/type/availability/default.phtml. You can simply add to the default code and add an extra check to see if the product is out of stock but available for back order. $_product = $this->getProduct(); $inventory = Mage::...


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You need to inject \Magento\Catalog\Api\ProductRepositoryInterface in your construct for get backorders details by specific product Id. Add this below code in your construct : protected $productRepository; public function __construct( \Magento\Catalog\Api\ProductRepositoryInterface $productRepository ) { $this->productRepository = $...


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About the second part of your question https://www.alphachannelgroup.com/magento-backorders-complete-with-notifications-to-customers/ Modify Your Theme File to Display a Custom Backorder Message In [your theme]/[your_theme]/template/catalog/product/view/type/default.phtml Add echo $backorder_message; right after the endif of the section that starts with //...


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To add it to the Email: app/design/frontend/default/<your_template>/template/email/order/items/order/default.phtml or app/design/frontend/base/default/template/email/order/items/order/default.phtml You can add this code: <?php if ($_item->getQtyBackordered()): ?> Your message <?php endif; ?>


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To add it to the Email: app/design/frontend/default/<your_template>/template/email/order/items/order/default.phtml and find this ~line 31: <strong style="font-size:11px;"><?php echo $this->htmlEscape($_item->getName()) ?></strong> Add the following line right after that: <?php if ($_item->getQtyBackordered()): ?&...


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Crazy timing - I had this problem today too! I had opted for a similar solution when I found your question. I did some more digging to see what the root cause of this issue is: Magento 1.7 CE/1.12 EE introduced this change. app/code/core/Mage/Adminhtml/controllers/Catalog/ProductController.php contains a function _filterStockData that sets negative values ...


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Something like this maybe: $items = array(); $order = Mage::getModel('sales/order')->load($orderId); $orderItems = $order->getAllVisibleItems(); foreach ($orderItems as $orderItem) { $sumBackordered = 0; $children = array(); if ($orderItem->getHasChildren()) { foreach ($orderItem->...


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As far as I experienced and remember, the activation of back-orders completely ignores the Become Out of Stock value here. Or at least triggers the item to be a backorder (not sure about this)


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This happen because of you set Backorder=Allow Qty below 0 Change it with Backorder = No Backorder or for all product you must set is from admin >> system >> configuration >> catalog >> inventory In product stock option Backorders = No backorders or Qty for Item's Status to Become Out of Stock = 0 after that save it and refresh page.


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Since you're not a PHP programmer I'll start with the solution. If you want to know why it works I'll have an explanation below. Solution Since I don't know your code I have to assume you can get the value of "allow backorders" into a variable. For this example I'll call it $allowBackorders. What you want to do is check if quantity > 0 OR $allowBackorders ...


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I'm guessing you are hooking onto an event that triggers on order save, not sales_order_place_after, which is fired once after order is completed. If you did on the former, then you will have an infinite loop, where each order status update will trigger your observer over and over. The latter sounds like could be what's happening. Show us your config.xml. ...


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Problem in your __construct. Try the following way: public function __construct( \Magento\CatalogInventory\Model\Quote\Item\QuantityValidator\Initializer\Option $optionInitializer, \Magento\CatalogInventory\Model\Quote\Item\QuantityValidator\Initializer\StockItem $stockItemInitializer, \Magento\CatalogInventory\Api\StockRegistryInterface $...


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You need to check below setting In particular product setting -> Inventory -> Backorders set to "No Backorders". System-> Configuration -> Catalog -> Inventory -> Product Stock Options -> Qty for Item's Status to Become Out of Stock set to "0". Refer below Inventory settings. May be helpful to you.


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Try below code $obj = \Magento\Framework\App\ObjectManager::getInstance(); $stockRegistry = $obj->get('Magento\CatalogInventory\Api\StockRegistryInterface'); $stockitem = $stockRegistry->getStockItem($_product->getId(),$_product->getStore()->getWebsiteId()); echo "Backorder: "; echo $stockitem->getBackorders(); echo '<br>';


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when using MSI, there is no any reason to use "deferred stock updates". In fact deferred stock is a functionality which postponed real stock deduction for products with enabled backorders, while in case of MSI this deduction is postponed by default for all kind of products, as reservation mechanism is being used instead. Thus, MSI fully substitutes ...


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One solution would be to disable stock management entirely. To do so, you can go to System > Configuration > Inventory > Product Stock Options section and set Manage Stock to No.


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Found the root cause of this issue. Since this question is unanswered yet, let me explain what I found and what workaround I came up with hoping this may help someone else. Our business requirement made us to customize products in such a way so that an admin user should be able to add bundle and configurable in group products. We had handled the frontend ...


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I found a method that identifies an item on stock app/code/core/Mage/CatalogInventory/Model/Stock/Item.php class Mage_CatalogInventory_Model_Stock_Item public function verifyStock($qty = null) { if ($qty === null) { $qty = $this->getQty(); } if ($this->getBackorders() == Mage_CatalogInventory_Model_Stock::BACKORDERS_NO &&...


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Yes, I think that while this setting allows you to continue selling and have your inventory levels go below zero, there's a thread over on Git Hub that describes the error of not being able to save a product as based on a javascript validation rule. Here's the thread and some possible ways to solve this: https://github.com/magento/magento2/issues/7401 I ...


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Set positive QTY(1) of product, staus should be enabled and stock should be instock. So for this product, ADD TO CART button will be appeared now. Place an order of this product by 1 QTY so product will be out of stock. Now check the detail page and this time Add To Cart button will be there instead of Out Of Stock Button. I don't know why but this works ...


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for this you can either create a attribute for product which will allow you to enter product base allowed quantity or make a field in system configuration using system.xml which will use as a global value for all product.Then on app\design\frontend{package_name}{tehme_name}\template\catalog\product\view\addtocart.phtml you can fetch that value and create one ...


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What you can do is instead of using the out of the box checkout flow on Magento, create ur own using a custom module. This way you can use alot of the functionality magento already has where you need it. Example Flow: Customer clicks "Check Availability" Save their desired product in DB and unique access code if it is in stock in db If available send ...


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You can either try creating a custom module with the appropriate frontname and then extend the with list controller and update the post url. or try to using a rewrite in your config.xml <global> <rewrite> <fancy_url> <from><![CDATA[/customModule\/(.*)/]]></from> <to><![CDATA[...


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@fschmengler your answer was very helpful, however for my magento install I needed a slightly different code in the end for the translation file: """%s"" is not available in the requested quantity. %s of the items will be backordered.","new message here" Perhaps this is due to my theme or different magento versions (I'm on CE 1.9.0.1)


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<?php $inventory = Mage::getModel('cataloginventory/stock_item')->loadByProduct($_product); $inv_qty = (int)$inventory->getQty(); if ($inventory->getBackorders() >= 0 && $inv_qty == 0) { ?> <div class="extra-info-a">TO ORDER - LEAD TIME APROX. 3 WEEKS</div> <?php } else { ?> <div class="extra-info-b"><?...


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Use allow qty below 0 on the product and add <?php $product_inventory = Mage::getModel('cataloginventory/stock_item')->loadByProduct($_product) ?> <?php if($product_inventory->getQty() <= 0 && ($product_inventory->getBackorders() == 1 || $product_inventory->getBackorders() == 2)): ?> <p class="choseyourclass"><?...


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