This topic is intended for administrators and developers with administration access rights in Episerver.

A warehouse is the physical inventoryCommerce: The process of checking product availability in one or more warehouses; or, a complete list of items such as property, goods in stock, or the contents of a building. location with an address from where productCommerce: various forms of merchandise that you can display and purchase from the public site, including products, variations/SKUs, bundles, and packages. Also known as a catalog entry. items are shipped or picked up by customers. As an e-commerce manager in an organization with many fulfillment centers, you can define and manage physical store locations, multiple stock locations, stock figures for a product variantCommerce: a variant or SKU corresponds to a specific product with specific characteristics. For example, a product line of shirts has individual variations/SKUs that include size, color, and collar size. (SKUCommerce: Stock keeping unit; corresponds to a purchasable product with specific characteristics. For example, a product line of shirts has individual variations/SKUs for sleeve size, color, and collar size.) by warehouse, and total product availability among warehouses. Depending on how you set up warehouses, you can check in-store stock, reserve and pick up in-store, and deliver to store. When you create a product variant, you specify the warehouse where the item is being stored.

  1. Open Commerce ManagerOne of several main user interfaces in Episerver Commerce. This UI area, available from the top menu after logging in, provides screens for managing markets, customers, catalog, orders, and so on. You can manage the information on some Commerce Manager screens in other, newer user interfaces. Where possible, we recommend using the newer ones. and go to Administration > Catalog System > Warehouses. The warehouse list appears.

    Image: Selecting Warehouses

  2. Click New Warehouse.
  3. Enter information for the Overview tab.

    Image: Adding a new warehouse

    • Name. Enter the name of the warehouse.
    • Code. Enter the location code for the warehouse.
    • Available. Select Yes to make the warehouse available; otherwise No.
    • Is Primary. Select Yes to make this a primary warehouse; otherwise No.
    • Is Fulfillment Center. Select Yes to make this a fulfillment center where you can place orders for outgoing shipments; otherwise No.
    • Is Pickup Location. Select Yes to make this a pickup location where you can place orders for in-store pickups; otherwise No.
    • Is Delivery Location. Select Yes to make this a delivery location that you can use for future in-store pickups; otherwise No.
  4. Enter information for the Address tab.

    Image: Adding information to Address tab

  5. Click OK to save your changes. The warehouse appears in the list.

Deleting a warehouse

Select the warehouse and select More Actions > Delete Selected. Click OK to confirm.