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How to import your WooCommerce orders into One Stop Order Processing
Posted by OSOP Support, Last modified by Beth Rose on 14 August 2018 10:25 AM

The following guide will show you how to export and download the order file from your WordPress WooCommerce store then import it into One Stop Order Processing.

This feature is available in the Lite, Professional, Premium and Enterprise subscriptions of One Stop Order Processing. 


How to import WooCommerce Orders-

You will need to install a plugin to download the order file from your WooCommerce store, the following link is where you can download and install the plugin:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/order-export-and-more-for-woocommerce/

There is a free and paid for version of the plugin to export the orders.

The free version of the plugin allows you to import the basic order details along with the delivery information, the paid for version includes more detailed information on the order along with the invoice details.

Once you have downloaded and installed the WooCommerce plugin, use the following steps to download the order file and set up the import.

 

1) On the side panel in your WordPress admin control panel, under WooCommerce you will see an option in the dropdown list called 'Order Export +', click on this.

Woo Commerce Export plugin

2) Now you need to select 'Order' from the options listed below and click on 'select all' which is just above the list of fields included in the export.

Once you have done this click on the 'Export Order' button at the bottom of the page, this will create a CSV file with all of your latest orders in.

Woo Commerce Export Orders button

3) Now you have downloaded the order file, you will need to set up the WooCommerce import in One Stop Order Processing.

Click on the Import button to open the Import Orders dialog.

OSOP Import Button

4) You will need to create a new OSOP import, to do this click on 'Add'.

OSOP Import Add

5) Select the 'Other Shopping Carts, CSV import (OSOP Format)' import type and click 'Next'.

OSOP Import

6) Give the import a name at the top of this dialog. Then select the exported CSV file from the exporter by clicking on the '...' button, then click 'OK'.

OSOP Import Name

7) In the OSOP Options dialog, select the 'DD-MTH-YY-HH:MM:SS' date format at the top. Then tick the 'Use OSOP compatible header for order import file' option. Copy and paste the relevant header line displayed in the box shown below and click 'OK' to continue. 

If you are using the free version of the plugin, copy the following header:

Order ID,Order date,Payment Status,Invoice Customer,Invoice Email,Grand total,Item P&P,NA,Delivery Address line 1,Delivery Address line 2,Delivery Address line 3,Delivery County,Delivery Postcode,Delivery Country,Item title,Item quantity,Item price,Item tax,NA,Item title2

If you are using the paid for version of the plugin, copy the following header:

Order ID,Order date,Payment Status,Invoice Customer,Invoice Email,Grand total,Item P&P,NA,Delivery Address line 1,Delivery Address line 2,Delivery Address line 3,Delivery County,Delivery Postcode,Delivery Country,Item title,Item quantity,Item price,Item tax,NA,Item title2,Currency,Discount,NA,Payment method,Shipping method,Total weight,Notes,Invoice Address line 1,Invoice Address line 2,Invoice Address line 3,Invoice County,Invoice Postcode,Invoice Country,Invoice Telephone

OSOP Import Name

 

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