Retrieve Inventory Transfers.
In Erply, an Inventory Transfer is a document that moves inventory between locations (stores); subtracts from one location and adds to the other. An Inventory Transfer contains a list of products and quantities.
Non-stock products and bundles cannot be transfered (these items do not have inventory).
To create or update an Inventory Transfer, see saveInventoryTransfer. To delete one, see deleteInventoryTransfer.
To get a CSV report of Inventory Transfers, see getInventoryTransferReport. If you need all Transfers that have taken place in a certain time period, it is more efficient to get the report — you will get all the data with just one query.
|Parameter name||Description||Possible value||Required|
|inventoryTransferID||Get one specific Inventory Transfer||Integer|
|inventoryTransferIDs||Multiple Inventory Transfer IDs, separated by commas, such as: 1,2,3,4,5.||String|
|warehouseFromID||Retrieve transfers from a specific source location (warehouse, store). See getWarehouses.||Integer|
|warehouseToID||Retrieve transfers to a specific destination location (warehouse, store). See getWarehouses.||Integer|
|getCost||If set to 1, API also returns the cost.||Integer|
|confirmed||0 or 1||Integer|
|statuses||Comma separated list. Possible values: CREATED, ACCEPTED, REJECTED and FULFILLED.||String|
|type||Possible values: TRANSFER, TRANSFER_ORDER.||String|
|fulfilled||If set to 1, API returns only fulfilled Inventory Transfer Orders.||Integer (0 or 1)|
|searchAttributeName||Name of attribute to search from. Both "searchAttributeName" and "searchAttributeValue" have to be specified. Error 1030 will be returned if value is an array.||String|
|searchAttributeValue||Attribute value to search for. Error 1030 will be returned if value is an array.||String|
|changedSince||Retrieve only items that have been added or modified since the specified timestamp. Use it to keep a local database in sync with Erply.||Integer (Unix timestamp)|
|recordsOnPage||Number of records API should return. By default 20, at most 100.||Integer|
|pageNo||API returns at most recordsOnPage items at a time. To retrieve the next recordsOnPage items, send a new request with pageNo incremented by one. By default, API returns "page 1".||Integer|
|inventoryTransferID||Integer||ID of inventory transfer|
|inventoryTransferNo||Integer||Inventory transfer number|
|deliveryAddressID||Address ID that has been selected for deliveries||Integer|
|currencyCode||String||Currency code: EUR, USD.|
Exchange rate of the inventory transfer currency against system's default currency.
|type||String||Possible values: TRANSFER, TRANSFER_ORDER.|
|inventoryTransferOrderID||Integer||Source document ID.|
|shippingDate||Date||eg. 2010-01-29. Used for inventory transfer order types. Indicates the requested shipping date.|
|shippingDateActual||Date||eg. 2010-01-29. Used for inventory transfer order types. Indicates the actual shipping date.|
|inventoryTransactionDate||Date||Inventory transaction date.
This is the date on which the document was confirmed and when the items on this document were added into inventory, or removed from inventory. While "document date" can be edited by users at any time, "inventory transaction date" is always set by Erply and cannot be changed.
Inventory Reports and COGS reports are based on the inventory transaction date.
|status||string||Used for inventory transfer order types - CREATED, APPROVED, REJECTED.|
|confirmed||Integer||0 or 1|
|added||Unix timestamp||Creation time.|
|lastModified||Unix timestamp||Last modification time.|
|rows||Array||Each row contains the following fields:
|attributes||Array||Additional attributes. Each item looks like this: