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What time should I set my automation wait time for in One Stop Order Processing?
Posted by OSOP Support, Last modified by Zoe Strassen on 14 December 2018 02:33 PM

The following article explains how to set the recommended amount of runs in automation for your selling channel. 

This feature is available in Professional, Premium and Enterprise versions of One Stop Order Processing

When you select the amount of time between runs for your selling channel, you will need to make sure that this is set to at least 1 minute. We recommend setting it to a minimum of 2-5 minutes to ensure there are no issues.

There is a set amount of 60 runs per hour that can be made. The program will stop you from importing orders if you make more than this amount.

When setting up the automated import for your selling channel in the Automation for One Stop Order Processing, there is a limit to the number of runs to make. If you reach the maximum amount of runs per hour and get the message that you have exceeded the 60 runs per hour allowed, you will then have to wait until the next hour to continue importing normally.

As shown below, this is where you can schedule the time between each run for your automated import. 

Automation Programme

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