Order by cronjob - including Hikmarket vendors

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3 weeks 5 days ago #293293

-- HikaShop version -- : 3.4.0
-- HikaMarket version -- : 2.1.1
-- Joomla version -- : 3.8.8
-- PHP version -- : 7.0.30
-- Browser(s) name and version -- : Chrome latest
-- Error-message(debug-mod must be tuned on) -- : none

Hello,

I am currently building a script to create an order through a cronjob. The cronjob retrieves orders made by a client using EDI ( en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_data_interchange ).

I would like to create the least amount of custom code and use as many standardized code from Hikashop and Hikmarket itself.

Currently I have used the example code of the developers documentation using this:
In a for each edi_product loop

				$product = new stdClass();

				$productClass = hikashop_get('class.product');
				$product = $productClass->get($productRow[0]);
				$product->order_product_id = $product->product_id;
				$product->order_product_name = $product->product_name;
				$product->order_product_code = $product->product_code;
				$product->order_product_quantity = $edi_product->product_quantity;
(...)
				$currencyClass->getPrices($product,$ids,$currency_id,$main_currency,$zone_id,$discount_before_tax);
				$product->order_product_price = $product->prices[0]->price_value;
	
				$fullprice += $product->order_product_quantity*$product->order_product_price;

				$products[] = $product;
Then creating the order
	$order = new stdClass();
	$order->order_user_id = $order_user_id;
	$status = $config->get('order_created_status');
	$order->order_status = $status;
(...)
	$order->cart->products = $products;
	$order->order_full_price = $fullprice;
		$paymentClass = hikashop_get('class.payment');
		$paymentClass->checkPaymentOptions($order);

		$orderClass = hikashop_get('class.order');
		$order->order_id = $orderClass->save($order);

This will create the order fine, but it will not create the sub orders of the vendors. Is there a way to use Hikashop or Hikamarket standardized code to get what needs to be done? Maybe simulating a checkout? I am able to simulate the login of the user in the cronjob if needed.

Perhaps you can steer me in the right direction. I would prefer to use as little custom code as possible for maintainability.

Thank you in advance.

Cheers,
Teeuwis

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3 weeks 4 days ago #293298

Hi,

You don't have all the necessary data in the $order for HikaMarket to be able to handle its process properly.
the "finish" process of the checkout provides a lot more things in $order in which HikaMarket can base itself.

I would recommand to do it differently:
- first, use the "addProduct" function of class.cart to add the products to a cart:

$cartClass = hikashop_get('class.cart');
$cart_id = $cartClass->getCurrentCartId();
$cartClass->addProduct($cart_id, array(array('id'=>XX,'qty'=>YY), array('id'=>AA, 'qty'=>BB)));
where XX is the id of a product and YY its quantity and AA the id of another product and BB its quantity (and you can add more products as well if you want.
- second, convert the cart into an order with the "createFromCart" function of class.order:
$orderClass = hikashop_get('class.order');
$order = $orderClass->createFromCart($cart_id);
That will do a lot more things that you didn't do with your code, it's much more simple, and it will avoid a lot of problems for you.

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3 weeks 1 day ago #293489

Hi Nicolas,

Thank you for this.

When I replace my code using the code you suggested, it generates a nearly empty order. Perhaps I integrated it wrong in my code.

I also get this notice:
Notice: Undefined property: stdClass::$cart_type in /var/www/vhosts/nuntius.nl/cpgh.nuntius.nl/administrator/components/com_hikashop/classes/order.php on line 549

	$hikadir = $local_dir_root.'administrator'.DS.'components'.DS.'com_hikashop'.DS.'helpers'.DS.'helper.php';
	if(!@include_once($hikadir)){ return false; }
	
	$config =& hikashop_config();

	$cartClass = hikashop_get('class.cart');

foreach ($edi_klant as $key => $value) {
(...)
// Here i retrieve all customer data relevant to the EDI
(...)
	$query = $db->getQuery(true)
	    ->select('id, password')
	    ->from('#__users')
	    ->where('username=' . $db->quote($credentials['username']));

	$db->setQuery($query);
	$result = $db->loadObject();

	if ($result)
	{
	   $match = JUserHelper::verifyPassword($credentials['password'], $result->password, $result->id);

	    if ($match === true)
	    {
  	        $user = JUser::getInstance($result->id);
		$loginresult = $app->login($credentials);
	    }
	    else
	    {
// login failed (...)
	    }
	} else {
	    // Invalid user (...)
	}
	$product_data = array();

	foreach ($edi_bestelling[$key] as $pkey => $edi_product) {

		$query = $db->getQuery(true);

		$query
		    ->select(array($db->qn('product_id'),'COUNT(*)'))
		    ->from($db->qn('#__hikashop_product'))
		    ->where($db->qn('product_ean') . ' = '. $db->q($edi_product->product_ean))
		    ->group('product_id');

		$db->setQuery($query);
		$productRow = $db->loadRow();

		if(is_array($productRow)) {
			if($productRow[1] == 1) {
				$product_data[] = array('id' => $productRow[0], 'qty' => $edi_product->product_quantity);
			} elseif($productRow[1] == 0) {
// No product found
			} elseif($productRow[1] > 1) {
// No unique product for EAN
			}	
		}
	}

	$cart_id = $cartClass->getCurrentCartId();
	$cartClass->addProduct($cart_id, $product_data);

	$orderClass = hikashop_get('class.order');
	$order = $orderClass->createFromCart($cart_id);

	$orderClass->save($order);

	if($order) {
		print "SUCCES";
		print_r($order);
	} else {
		print "FAIL";
		print_r($order);
	}
	$app->logout( $result->id );

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2 weeks 6 days ago #293508

Hello,

Please note that Nicolas gave you the basis for an order creation via a cart.
But you will need to provide more information to the cart regarding the addresses, etc. The kind of data that your customer provide during the checkout !

Even if the HikaShop/HikaMarket support can help with the understand and usage of the components ; your request is more related to custom development. Please understand that we cannot analyze and correct your custom code for you.
I would recommend you to take a look at the HikaShop cart class and some code related to the checkout ; it should help you to see what functions you would need to provide the data.
Please also not that "getCurrentCardId" is a front-end function which will give you the cart for the current user ; you might want to use directly the cart_id for a specific user if you're running in the backend.
You might also want to take a look at the function "createOrderFromCart" if you do not want to use cart to create your orders ; but it would require some development.

Regards,


Jerome - Obsidev.com
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Also helping the HikaShop support team when having some time or couldn't sleep.
By the way, do not send me private message, use the "contact us" form instead.
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1 week 6 days ago #293881

Hello Jerome,

Thank you for your input. I've managed to develop a working cronjob now.

Just one more question, where can I find related code to custom fields for the order which the normally client fills in the front-end?

I will have to input them manually, but using the code below doesn't seem to work. Where can I find related check-out code for giving custom fields their value?

	$order->klantreferentie = $value->referentie;
(...)
	$orderClass->save($order);

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1 week 5 days ago #293887

Hi,

That code is fine.
Either there is nothing in $value->referentie or there is some code in (...) which touch to the value in $order->klantreferentie.

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1 week 5 days ago #293967

Nevermind. I debugged it....

And for anyone interested, here is the code.

	$cart = new stdClass();
	$cart->user_id = $order_user_id; // Logged in user

	// Save an entry to DB to be able to get cart_id
	$cartClass->save($cart);
	$cart_id = $cartClass->getCurrentCartId('cart');

	// Add all selected products at once
	$cartClass->addProduct($cart_id, $product_data);

	// Create basic order from cart input
	$orderClass = hikashop_get('class.order');
	$order = $orderClass->createFromCart($cart_id);

	// Retrieve current order to update custom fields
	$updateOrder = new stdClass();
	$updateOrder = $orderClass->get($order->order_id);

	// Custom field(s) value(s)
	$updateOrder->klantreferentie = $value->referentie;

	// Save order with custom field values
	$orderClass->save($updateOrder);

Last Edit: 1 week 5 days ago by nuntius.

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