Welcome to the forum on QuickBooks Integration

Welcome to the forum on QuickBooks Integration

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Jul 27, 2012
Mariia Kozbur agent wrote
QuickBooks Integration is Store Manager for PrestaShop addon which allows you to export your PrestaShop products, customers and orders from your store to QuickBooks and import products from QuickBooks to your PrestaShop store.
You can find general information on the addon and its trial version here - http://www.prestashopmanager.com/prestaShop-quickbooks-integration
Documentation with step-by-step manuals which explain how to perform main operations is available at: http://quickbooks-integration-documentation.emagicone.com/
If you have any specific questions on the product, post them here and we will gladly answer them.
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Jan 21, 2014
Ed Noyes wrote
I exported an order to quick books. I then deleted it in quick books. Now the wizard is blocking me from exporting the order a second time. How do I remove the flag?
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Jan 21, 2014
Ed Noyes wrote
Here is the message I get: "Skipped: Order ID ="139"; Marked as already exported."
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Jan 23, 2014
Andrii Yanosh agent wrote
Hello Ed.

You may delete the record for with ID 139 from "sm_qb_exported" database table.

This may be done from the Raw Table Editor which is built in the Store Manager for PrestaShop: http://screencast.com/t/XD828FhVEUg
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Jan 23, 2014
Ed Noyes wrote
If I use the quick books features to import the products from an excel file instead of through Store manager, will store manager recognize the items when I export the orders from prestashop to QB?
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Jan 23, 2014
Andrii Yanosh agent wrote
The Store Manager will define only those products that exist in PrestaShop database.

In order to synchronize orders with QuickBooks, PrestaShop database should contain all products that have been added to QuickBooks, otherwise orders will not be generated.
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Jan 23, 2014
Ed Noyes wrote
OK...I will export Prestashop products into an Excel spreadsheet and import the spreadsheet to QuickBooks. Then, when I sync the orders they will get generated in QuickBooks. Is that correct?
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Jan 24, 2014
Andrii Yanosh agent wrote
You can import your products to QuckBooks in any convenient way for you and then export orders from PrestaShop, however product names (from PrestaShop order) should match with QuickBooks product names.