If you’re creating a custom integration to Ordoro, you’ll need an API key. The API key allows you to use Basic HTTP Authentication to connect to Ordoro. See the steps below. 1. Log into your Ordoro account. Click on your Company Name -> Account Settings -> API Keys. 2. Select Add an API Key. 3. […]
For anything orders related (eg. creating orders, extracting dropship requests, etc.), use https://devapiverson.docs.apiary.io/# For all other end-points (eg. updating inventory, creating POs, etc.), use https://ordoro.docs.apiary.io/# NOTE: Use https://ordoro.docs.apiary.io/# if your account was created before September 2016, as you may be on an older version of Ordoro where both Orders and Shipments tabs are in the UI.
This document is an introduction to the Ordoro API. The complete Ordoro API documentation is available here. Authentication We use basic auth. Your username can be found under settings->users in your Ordoro account. Format JSON in, JSON out Getting new orders curl –user ‘myusername:mypassword’ –header ‘Content-Type: application/json’ https://api.ordoro.com/order/?status=new Getting products curl –user ‘myusername:mypassword’ https://api.ordoro.com/product/?status=active Setting product inventory […]