Add your application by wizard
You can add your application via the integration wizard, you can find the button for this on the dashboard page.
After clicking the start integrating button a pop up will appear with the wizard, please make sure you do not use any pop-up blocker at this point.
Click next and in the following screen you can add your applications that you want to connect. Search for Prestashop and click on the Application.
In the Application Settings you will need to fill in the input fields required to make a connection.
- Display Title: The name of the application, no special requirements.
- This can be useful if there are multiple Prestashop applications, to be able to distinguish between them. It is recommended to include the shopnumber in the title.
- API key: An unique identifier used to identify and authenticate your Prestashop account
- API url: The URL used to identify and authenticate you Prestashop account.
Where to find the API key and API url
In Prestashop, go to advanced settings > Web service > Add new web service key
Click 'generate' to generate the API key. Copy the key and click save.
For the URL click on view my store.
Next, copy the URL from the web browser's address bar.
Go back to our APIcenter wizard and paste the API url and API key in the corresponding input fields, and click save to save the application credentials and click test connection te complete:
In step 3 you can select the packages that you want to make use of. These packages are the flows that determine what data is send from and to Prestashop.
In step 4 you can set the all the settings that tweaks your integration without adjusting mappings and or adjusting code. In this step you need to do this for all your flows. The settings we have standard enabled and disabled are based upon 90% of the integrations we currently have running.
Step 5 finishes the wizard and on this point you can enable the flows to start running, if you want to adjust advanced settings we advice to start them manually in the integrations overview.