Bay Photo Integration
IN THIS GUIDE
Order Desk can pull your print on demand orders in from your shopping cart(s), sync your print details into them, and then submit them to Bay Photo. As Bay Photo fulfills the orders, the shipment details will be pulled back into Order Desk and sent back to the original shopping cart if your store is set up for it.
This guide explains how to set up and use the Bay Photo integration.
To enable the integration, click on Manage Integrations in the left sidebar. Under the Print on Demand tab, find and enable the Bay Photo integration.
Add the API Token provided to you by Bay Photo and click to connect.
After Import, Move To
Select the folder you want orders to be moved into after they are successfully sent to Bay Photo.
You can use one of the default folders already in your store or create your own. Read the Working with Folders guide for more information.
After Shipment, Move To
Select the folder you want orders to be moved into as Bay Photo sends back shipment details.
If Canceled, Move To
Select the folder you want orders to be moved into if they are canceled at Bay Photo.
Default Shipping Classes
Choose the shipping classes you want Bay Photo to use for your domestic, Canadian and International orders.
If you need to apply specific methods for certain orders, match your method names to Bay Photo's names in the Shipping Class Match section below.
Some shipping companies require a phone number. Add your phone number here as a backup in case a customer left theirs off the order.
Return Shipping ID
If Bay Photo has given you a Return Shipping ID for customized shipping labels, add that here.
This can also be set directly on an order. Details in the Preparing Orders section below.
Give this notification URL to Bay Photo. They will use it to connect to your Order Desk account and send shipment details back to your orders automatically.
Send Customer Email Address to Bay Photo
If you would like the customer's email address to be sent with the order details, select this option.
For more information on what the product settings within the Bay Photo integration do, please read the Print on Demand Product Settings guide.
Shipping Class Match
If the shipping methods you set up in your shopping cart(s) don't match the shipping method names Bay Photo uses, they won't know what methods you intend for them to use. When this happens, the default mail classes applied above will be used instead for all of your orders.
To tell Bay Photo what methods you want them to use, you will need to match your method names to theirs. This can be done in the shipping class match section. For detailed instructions on setting this up, please read through the shipping class match guide.
Sending Orders to Bay Photo
Getting your orders ready to send to Bay Photo takes some setup time. For a detailed walkthrough of how to use Order Desk with your print on demand orders, please take a few moments to read through the Print on Demand Fulfillment guide.
Preparing Your Orders
Bay Photo will not accept the same order twice so be careful that it only gets submitted once.
All orders will be submitted with the drop ship value set to true to remove branding and the pickup value set to false.
If you'd like to send custom data about the order to Bay Photo, you can set the following checkout data field:
|Field Name||Field Description|
|ReturnShippingID||Set the return shipping ID on an individual order.|
If you are unfamiliar with checkout data, please read the How to Work with Checkout Data guide.
Preparing Your Items
The following fields can be set as variations or item metadata for each order item. Replace "x" with a value specified in the table, i.e. print_url_1 or print_url_2.
|Field Name||Field Description|
|print_sku||Internal Bay Photo product SKU (integer).|
|print_services||If Bay Photo has provided service IDs to perform on the order, please enter these IDs separated by a comma.|
|print_url_x||The publicly available URL from which your artwork can be downloaded. Only used for DigitalPrint.|
|print_location_x||The Node UID for the location of this print. In most cases it is 1. If you do not include it, 1 will be used.|
|crop_height_x||Height percentage, 100 by default if not included.|
|crop_width_x||Width percentage, 100 by default if not included.|
|crop_x_x||Crop location vertically, 50 is center and will be used if not included. The second x should be 1, 2, 3 etc. to number which print should be affected.|
|crop_y_x||Crop location horizontally, 50 is center and will be used if not included. The x should be 1, 2, 3 etc. to number which print should be affected.|
|degrees_rotated_x||The degrees that the original artwork should be rotated. If nothing is entered 0 will be used.|