On the Elastic FTP Server, you'll see several folders that hold all of your brand's information. This is the exported data from your brand's ERP into Elastic.
When this data is edited, you can manually push imports into Elastic using the Imports feature. The data listed in the 'Kinds of Imports' section below will match up with the FTP data (this varies by brand.) When you make a change to the FTP, make sure your source (aka ERP) has been edited too or else the FTP site will be over-ridden each time an import is run.
For more info on the FTP server, click HERE.
Kinds of Imports (These will vary by brand)
Included: all files related to catalogs and product info
Included: all files related to reps and customers
Included: all files related to inventory
Order History Import
Included: all files related to order histories
Start a New Import
From the top 'Data' tab, click on 'Imports'. You'll come to a screen that is home to all of the Elastic imports from your brand's ERP. To start a new import, click 'New Import' in the top right corner of the page.
From here, you will see a drop-down menu of different imports to choose from (these will vary per brand.) Select an import to run, and click 'Start Import'.
Once the import has begun, you will be taken back to the previous screen and the import 'State' will update to 'Running'. When the import is finished running, you will get one of three status updates:
Your import completed running without any problems.
Your import completed, however, there were some warnings. (Click on the import name to see what the warnings are.)
Your import failed due to the following reason[s]. (Click on the import name.)