TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Notification of a failed order
- Checking a failed order
- Ways to remedy a failed order
- Other resources
In this FAQ we walk you through what to do when you receive notification from us about a failed order that will not go through WooCommerce.
Notification of a failed order
If you receive an email from Omnivore about a failed order that will not go through to WooCommerce, the email you may have received will look like this:
Unfortunately, the order was not able to be received by WooCommerce for the following reason:
Failed to notify retailer for order 192686124514-1559913507009 of retailer.
Details: Null payload, couldn't get details?
Checking a failed order
You'll want to check the order in Omnivore.
- From 'Orders', go to 'All Orders' and search for the order. Alternatively there may be an alert on the Dashboard where you can click through to any failed orders.
- Click to view the full Order Page, on the Order Page under Line Item, under Product in Red it will say No SKU. This means we have imported the order from the Marketplace but cannot match the items SKU to a product.
Ways to remedy a failed order
- Have you listed the item manually on The Marketplace, if so you will need to manually fill this order in Omnivore.
- We can only push orders to your ecommerce store where we have a product for the item that has been ordered.
- You can use the Fulfilled Manually button on the Order Page in Omnivore.
- You may continue to receive alerts about the order, once you set the order in Omnivore to fulfilled the alerts will stop.
- It could also be a case that the product in the order is actually Out Of Stock in your Woocommerce Store and that is why the order has failed to be accepted by the Woocommerce Store.
Please also read this FAQ on Retailer Notified Failure order - What does the order status "Retailer Notified Failure" mean?