BigCommerce Integration

1. Connect to BigCommerce

2. Select BigCommerce.

3. Enter your account credentials and click Connect. (For help finding your credentials, refer to this guide)

  • Store Hash: The unique identifier for your BigCommerce store. It is comprised of a short sequence of lowercase letters and numbers. You can find the Store Hash in the URLs assigned to your store by BigCommerce.

  • API Token: The BigCommerce Account level API token.

  • Start Date (or Last Modified Date): Filter results to include only products modified on or after the specified date. Use the format YYYY-MM-DD (e.g., 2020-01-01).

4. Choose the tables you want to import. If there are any other required forms or fields, ensure that you fill them out with the necessary information to proceed.

5. Click Test to verify the connection and see a preview of the connected data.

6. Click Create Resource to finish the setup. You will be redirected to the resource page where you can see your newly connected resource displayed at the top.

2. Get credentials from BigCommerce

  1. Navigate to your store’s control panel (Advanced Settings > API Accounts > Create API Account)

  2. Create an API account.

  3. Select the resources you want to allow access to and choose read-level access.

    • Note: The UI will show all possible data sources and will show errors when syncing if it doesn't have permission to access a resource.

  4. The generated Access Token is what you'll use the access_token for the integration.

For store hash, you may refer to BigCommerce Support.

3. Available Tables

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