WooCommerce Connector Setup Guide
Step 1: Start by logging into your Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Account the organization that you would like to utilize the WooCommerce Connector App on.
Step 2: In the top right of your screen select the search button.
Step 3: In the search bar of the Dynamics 365 Business Central window that pops up, type Assisted Setup and the list of search options will automatically appear.
Step 4: Select the first assisted setup option.
Step 5: On the bottom of the assisted setup list you'll select the option Set up WooCommerce Connector.
Step 7: To specify the store URL, first log in to your WordPress account. In the top left of your WordPress dashboard, hover over your site name. When the drop-down appears select visit store.
Step 7a: Once your store page has come up, copy the URL and paste it into the assisted setup window.
Step 7b: Your wizard should look like the following with your URL in place of this sample. Click next.
Step 8: Next you'll need to get your store specific keys.
Step 8a: To find your store specific key you'll start in your WordPress Dashboard.
Step 8b: Select the WooCommerce tab on the left hand side of the screen and then select settings from the menu options.
Step 8c: On the settings page you'll find tabs across the top center of the page. Select the last tab labeled API .
Step 8d: Once you've arrived at the API tab ensure that the checkbox for Enable the REST API is selected and select save changes.
Step 8e: After the select Keys/Apps on the left-center part of the screen.
Step 8f: Then select Add key which can be found just below the Keys/Apps button.
Step 8g: In the Description field type Business Central API Key Make sure the user is your name, and make sure that the drop-down options under permissions are marked as Read/Write. Select Generate API key.
Step 8h: You will now have two keys on your screen. The Consumer Key and the Consumer Secret. Copy each and paste the Consumer Key and Consumer Secret into the designated place in the WooCommerce Connector App setup window. Values are masked as 10 digits, even though the whole value is saved into the system.
Step 8i: After the Test Connection has been confirmed, click Next.
Step 9: During this step in the wizard you'll be choosing default posting groups. These are the posting groups that Business Central will use if the posting information in WooCommerce does not exist in Business Central.
Step 9a: After selecting the default posting groups, the next step is to select Business Central and Web Store under the “My Current Items are in…” section.
Step 9b: A new window will automatically appear asking to, Run Item Mapping now? Select Yes to run Item Mapping.
Step 10: After running the Item Mapping, a new window will appear, Webstore Item Mapping. This screen will allow the synchronization of items between WooCommerce and Business Central. The synchronization will be looking to match items that have the same name in both WooCommerce and Business Central.
Step 10a: Find the Webstore tab, which is located on top of the Webstore Item Mapping window, click on the tab to open a new row of options, then select Suggest Item Mapping.
Step 10b: A new window will appear asking “Do you want to map items…” Select Yes to run. A new window will appear saying the app is “Reading items from Webstore.”