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ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi

All URIs are relative to https://api-na.myconnectwise.net/v4_6_release/apis/3.0

Method HTTP request Description
procurement_catalog_catalog_item_identifier_quantity_on_hand_get GET /procurement/catalog/{catalogItemIdentifier}/quantityOnHand
procurement_catalog_count_get GET /procurement/catalog/count
procurement_catalog_get GET /procurement/catalog
procurement_catalog_id_delete DELETE /procurement/catalog/{id}
procurement_catalog_id_get GET /procurement/catalog/{id}
procurement_catalog_id_patch PATCH /procurement/catalog/{id}
procurement_catalog_id_put PUT /procurement/catalog/{id}
procurement_catalog_post POST /procurement/catalog

procurement_catalog_catalog_item_identifier_quantity_on_hand_get

Count procurement_catalog_catalog_item_identifier_quantity_on_hand_get(catalog_item_identifier, opts)

Get Inventory Quantity On Hand

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

catalog_item_identifier = "catalog_item_identifier_example" # String | 

opts = { 
  warehouse_bin_id: 56 # Integer | 
}

begin
  result = api_instance.procurement_catalog_catalog_item_identifier_quantity_on_hand_get(catalog_item_identifier, opts)
  p result
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_catalog_item_identifier_quantity_on_hand_get: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
catalog_item_identifier String
warehouse_bin_id Integer [optional]

Return type

Count

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

procurement_catalog_count_get

Count procurement_catalog_count_get(opts)

Get Catalogs Count

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

opts = { 
  conditions: "conditions_example" # String | 
}

begin
  result = api_instance.procurement_catalog_count_get(opts)
  p result
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_count_get: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
conditions String [optional]

Return type

Count

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

procurement_catalog_get

Array<CatalogItem> procurement_catalog_get(opts)

Get Catalogs

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

opts = { 
  conditions: "conditions_example" # String | 
  order_by: "order_by_example", # String | 
  childconditions: "childconditions_example", # String | 
  customfieldconditions: "customfieldconditions_example", # String | 
  page: 56, # Integer | 
  page_size: 56 # Integer | 
}

begin
  result = api_instance.procurement_catalog_get(opts)
  p result
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_get: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
conditions String [optional]
order_by String [optional]
childconditions String [optional]
customfieldconditions String [optional]
page Integer [optional]
page_size Integer [optional]

Return type

Array<CatalogItem>

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

procurement_catalog_id_delete

procurement_catalog_id_delete(id)

Delete Catalog By Id

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

id = 56 # Integer | 


begin
  api_instance.procurement_catalog_id_delete(id)
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_id_delete: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
id Integer

Return type

nil (empty response body)

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: Not defined

procurement_catalog_id_get

CatalogItem procurement_catalog_id_get(id)

Get Catalog By Id

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

id = 56 # Integer | 


begin
  result = api_instance.procurement_catalog_id_get(id)
  p result
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_id_get: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
id Integer

Return type

CatalogItem

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: Not defined
  • Accept: application/json

procurement_catalog_id_patch

CatalogItem procurement_catalog_id_patch(id, operations)

Update Catalog

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

id = 56 # Integer | 

operations = [ConnectWise::PatchOperation.new] # Array<PatchOperation> | 


begin
  result = api_instance.procurement_catalog_id_patch(id, operations)
  p result
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_id_patch: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
id Integer
operations Array<PatchOperation>

Return type

CatalogItem

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/json

procurement_catalog_id_put

CatalogItem procurement_catalog_id_put(id, catalog_item)

Replace Catalog

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

id = 56 # Integer | 

catalog_item = ConnectWise::CatalogItem.new # CatalogItem | 


begin
  result = api_instance.procurement_catalog_id_put(id, catalog_item)
  p result
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_id_put: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
id Integer
catalog_item CatalogItem

Return type

CatalogItem

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/json

procurement_catalog_post

CatalogItem procurement_catalog_post(catalog_item)

Create Catalog

Example

# load the gem
require 'connectwise-ruby-sdk'
# setup authorization
ConnectWise.configure do |config|
  # Configure HTTP basic authorization: BasicAuth
  config.username = 'YOUR USERNAME'
  config.password = 'YOUR PASSWORD'
end

api_instance = ConnectWise::CatalogsItemApi.new

catalog_item = ConnectWise::CatalogItem.new # CatalogItem | 


begin
  result = api_instance.procurement_catalog_post(catalog_item)
  p result
rescue ConnectWise::ApiError => e
  puts "Exception when calling CatalogsItemApi->procurement_catalog_post: #{e}"
end

Parameters

Name Type Description Notes
catalog_item CatalogItem

Return type

CatalogItem

Authorization

BasicAuth

HTTP request headers

  • Content-Type: application/json
  • Accept: application/json
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