Running a WooCommerce store? Just install the simple RevCent plugin to import products, and begin synchronizing your orders with RevCent's backend. Updates and fulfillment data will reflect back on your WooCommerce site.
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This installation guide assumes the entities below have already been created.
If you have not created a campaign in RevCent please follow the instructions on Creating A Campaign
If you have not created a payment profile in RevCent please follow the instructions on Creating Your First Payment Profile
Go to your WordPress site and login as the site administrator.
Once you have installed and activated the RevCent plugin continue below to Create a WooCommerce API Key.
You will need to create an API key within WooCommerce so RevCent can communicate with your store.
Note: We recommend opening a text editor so you can copy and paste the credentials that WooCommerce will generate. You will need these credentials later on in this guide.
Once the key is generated you will not be able to retrieve these credentials later. You need to save them to a text editor on your computer.
Once you have copied and pasted both key credentials into a text editor, continue the steps below to create a RevCent shop.
Create a new third party shop by going to https://revcent.com/user/new-third-party-shop
Set a name for the third party shop. Required.
Set a description for the third party shop. Optional.
Enter the domain of your third party shop. i.e. 'myshop.com' or 'myshop.com/store'.
Set the status of your third party shop. Default is enabled.
If you wish to have RevCent automatically calculate and charge tax using a Tax Profile. Select no if your third party shop will provide the tax to be charged.
Attach a campaign to your shop. Required.
Attach a payment profile to your shop. Required.
Select Create New in the dropdown.
Select Create New in the dropdown.
Select WooCommerce in the dropdown.
Enter the API version of your third party shopping cart. Refer to the chart below.
|API Version||WooCommerce Version||WordPress Version|
|3.5.x or later||4.4 or later|
|3.0.x or later||4.4 or later|
|2.6.x or later||4.4 or later|
Once you have created your new shop it is time to link your RevCent shop with your WooCommerce installation. We will use the WooCommerce API credentials we generated and save them to our RevCent shop.
Scroll to the bottom of the edit page until you see the WooCommerce API credentials box.
Enter the WooCommerce Consumer Key you pasted in the text editor. It is the key that starts with ck_
Enter the WooCommerce Consumer Secret you pasted in the text editor. It is the key that starts with cs_
Once you have saved your WooCommerce API credentials and RevCent was able to connect to your WooCommerce store you will see a box below the API credentials form.
The box will indicate that the plugin on your store is not set up, this is normal.
Once the Scan and Fix has completed, RevCent will check again to make sure your install is finished.
If you see the above box, you are finished linking RevCent with your WooCommerce store and the installation is complete.
Congratulations on completing the WooCommerce installation. Your WooCommerce sales will now process through RevCent.
If you sell shippable products on your WooCommerce store you need to import your shipping methods.
Begin importing your products to RevCent directly from WooCommerce by following the Import Products guide.