How to add a Darty store to ShipStation, what features are available, other need-to-know details, and troubleshooting tips.
Darty is one of the top electronics retail marketplaces in France. ShipStation's integration with Darty allows you to import your ready to ship orders and automatically update the marketplace when those orders have shipped. Use ShipStation's powerful automation to quickly and easily dispatch your Darty orders!
An active account with Darty.
Your Darty account Store Key and Shop ID
You must have administrative permissions within your Darty account. Without these permissions, you will be unable to connect.
Order Import Requirements:
Must include a Ship To address.
Orders with the status
SHIPPINGwill import to ShipStation.
To connect your Darty store to ShipStation:
Log into your Darty account portal as the admin user.
My Account > Settings.
Gather the store's ID value.
Click your username in the top corner of the page to go to User Settings.
Go to the API Key tab.
Copy the API Key. If no key is present, click
Generate a new key.
Select the Darty tile.
Enter your API Key and Shop ID.
After you've completed the connection steps, your store will be connected to ShipStation. You'll be taken to the store's Settings page to adjust the store-specific settings like branding, notification preferences, and product handling.
ShipStation's integration with Darty supports the following standard features:
ShipStation's integration with Darty allows for the following additional features:
Automatically creates a Rejected tag
The first time a Darty store is connected to ShipStation, we’ll automatically create a Rejected tag and an automation rule that will apply that tag to partially rejected orders.
Criteria: Store Equals [StoreID]; Custom Field 1 Is Not Blank
Action: Add a Tag - Rejected
If a Darty order is partially rejected, ShipStation will import the full product list for the order. Any rejected SKUs will be listed in Custom Field 1 for the order, which will also trigger the Darty REFUSED Automation Rule and tag the order.
Darty does not push order updates or status changes to ShipStation after the initial import of an order.
An order will maintain its imported status regardless of whether a change occurs in Darty. If a Status change is initiated in Darty (for example, an order is cancelled or shipped outside ShipStation), it will need to be manually updated in ShipStation.
If a Darty order is partially rejected, ShipStation will import the full product list for the order.
Any rejected SKUs will be listed in Custom Field 1 for the order, which will also trigger the Darty REFUSED Automation Rule and tag the order.