You can access your catalog details in the admin portal under Data. This allows you to view and manage your past and present catalogs. Click edit to start changing catalog details.

Note: Catalog setting changes made in Admin can get overwritten by imports.



The catalog name displayed to the user. 


Catalog key is used as an internal identifier. It ties products and prices to a catalog. The catalog key is case sensitive, should be unique and should not change after establishing. Unlike the name of the catalog, the key is not visible to your clients. 


Catalog description is not visible to your client. It's only displayed on the Edit Catalog screen as a reference for the brand admin, to differentiate similar catalogs from each other.



Season code is used to link possible seasonal images and prices to the catalog.  


Position controls where among other catalogs this catalog will be displayed. Higher numbers will be displayed first. 


The Catalog Permissions act as the security of the catalog. They allow only selected customers to access, view and order from a certain catalog. For a customer to access a catalog, they must have the catalog permissions that match the catalog’s permissions. In the example below, the customer has access to the catalog with the permission value “SNOW”. 

To list multiple catalog permissions for a catalog, enter as a comma separated list.

Here the customer with account number XMOUNT has access to catalogs with permissions SNOW and OUTDOOR.


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Wholesale and Retail Price Groups

The wholesale and retail price group setting is used to override customer's price group for the catalog. When utilized, the customer's data must have a matching value, as this links the customer to this catalog price group.

Visible To

This setting allows you further control the visibility of the catalog. Setting this to Everyone will show the catalog to anyone with correct product permissions. Reps Only and Dealers Only will hide the catalog from rep/dealer users, even if they have the correct permissions.

ATS Label Max

ATS Label Max lets you control how much of the available inventory is displayed. If left blank, and there are more than 99 products available, Elastic will display availability as 99+. If there are less than 99 products, the actual inventory will be displayed.  

ATS Label Max Rep

ATS Label Max Rep controls the same setting as ATS Label Max, but only for the rep users. If ATS Label Max Rep is defined, but ATS Label Max is left empty, rep users see the actual available inventory, and dealer users see available inventory as 99+. 

Example: ATS Label Max and ATS Label Max Rep are both set to 9999. Because there are less than 9999 products in the inventory, the actual availability is shown for the rep. Dealer would still see availability as 99+.

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This setting controls how availability and inventory impacts the catalog but can be overridden by other settings. 

Blocking: Availability of the products is bound by both inventory and date 

Nonblocking: Infinite inventory, bound by date

Backorder: Bound by inventory 

Unrestricted: No inventory constraints for ordering, but inventory is displayed 


Catalog classification allows you to sort catalogs to two groups, ATS and Prebook. In combination with the catalog position, you can control which order your catalogs show up in Elastic Suite. Leaving this setting blank will sort all your Prebook and ATS catalogs into one list. 

Default Product Sort

Controls which products are shown higher up. You can learn more about these options here.

Min Order Units

How many units of products the client needs to order from the catalog to be able to place the order.

Max Order Units

How many units the client is able to order from the catalog.

Min Order Amount

The minimum value the client has to purchase from this catalog.

Max Order Amount

Maximum value the client is able to purchase from this catalog.

Minimum/Maximum Order Based on Currency Code

The settings for minimum and maximum order based on currency code allows you to set a higher or lower minimum for certain regions. Example: A catalog can have a USD minimum order amount of $100.00 and a JPY minimum order amount of $150.00 (or any monetary value chosen).


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Prices Required

If prices are required for the catalog, Elastic Suite will not show products/variations that are missing wholesale prices.

Autogenerate Print Jobs

By selecting this option, the Elastic system will automatically create a Collection PDF. However, keep in mind that the catalog's last live date must also be in the past. This feature requires additional development work.

Dealer Review

If this box is checked, anytime a user submits an order from that catalog, it will go to rep review for approval, instead of straight to final submission.

Embellishment Required

For personalization/Artifi/embellishment enabled clients only. If selected, every product ordered from this catalog has to be embellished.

Allow Dropship

Selecting this allows reps to send orders straight from the manufacturer. However, before this takes action, you need to be set up for drop shipping by Elastic Suite.

Inventory Source

Overrides customer's regular inventory source/warehouse for this catalog. In the example the warehouse is set to warehouse code W1, instead of a customer specific warehouse. 

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Inventory Restriction

Restricts inventories. The default setting for this is None.

Regular is only applicable if you are using a contract inventory. This setting prevents contract inventory from being added to regular inventory. 

First Ship

First Ship setting sets the first date when an order made from the catalog can ship. The user will not be able to set a ship date before this date. If left empty, the first ship date will be set to current date. Please note all times are in UTC.

Last Ship

Last Ship setting sets the latest date when an order made from the catalog can ship. The user will not be able to set a ship date after this date. If left empty, there are no restrictions to the last shipping date. Please note all times are in UTC. 

First Live

The first date catalog is published and visible to your clients. Please note all times are in UTC. 

Last Live

The last date the catalog is visible. After this date catalog can no longer be viewed. Please note all times are in UTC. 

Default Cancel Dates

The number of days between the start ship date and the cancel date.

Ship Max Days

The “SHIP MAX DAYS” is a value that allows you to see a max request date that is “x” number of days from the default date.

Example: With a SHIP MAX DAYS value set at 30, the buyers would not be able to request a ship date more than 30 days in the future.

Ship Default Days

The number of days before the earliest ship date.

Cancel Min Days

The minimum number of days required between the shipment date and the cancel date.

Ship Min Days

The minimum number of days that must occur between the catalog first ship date, or today, and the requested ship date.

Cancel Max Days

The maximum number of days between the ship date and the cancel date.

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