what is Best multichannel selling software for ecommerce sellers
still, I am using of the software to manage all of my products that are into e-commerce sites https://www.kartzhub.com so i want to change platform so is there any of the best software are available
See also questions close to this topic
AWS S3 hidden flag lost after uploading files
I am having a problem with uploading hidden files to s3 and getting them back.
Basically, I upload the hidden files to s3 and download them back. The files become visible (hidden checkbox is unchecked).
Btw, this is Windows.
Is there anything I am missing out or this is the way it's supposed to work?
Stream music to Amazon Echo device from an raspberry pi
after a couple of research I still have no clue if it is possible to solve the following problem :
I want to remote control an Amazon Echo device. Specific : I want to send a music stream ( Spotify ) to an Echo without using voice ( I know, that sounds not right ) The background is that I want to build a remote control with a Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi will be encased in a simple case with some buttons. When one button is pressed music should directly come from the Echo without using voice commands in the first place.
With Sonos this is possible through the Node Sonos Api. But because Echo devices are cheaper and will fit better in my other home automation scenario, I would prefer an Echo.
Can anybody help me on this ? Just a point in the right direction will be enough.
Thanks + Best Regards
Amazon: is it possible to specify zip code in the URL for Amazon search results?
I have noticed an issue. If I copy Amazon URL with search results and somebody with another IP opens it then the results can be different. For example: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_p_36_0?lo=toys-and-games&rh=n%3A165793011%2Cp_72%3A1248964011&sort=price-desc-rank&low-price=34.99&high-price=34.99
If you open this URL in from Dallas IP you'll get 102 pages with results.
If you open it with Honolulu IP you'll get 101 pages.
If you open it from Russian IP you'll get 93 pages.
Is that possible to specify US ZIP code for shipping right in the url so that it displays same results for every IP address?
Another little issue I have noticed - it displays different page layout for different people. Sometimes it's default blue links, sometimes it has silver buttons. Maybe somebody knows how to lock the design to one layout with url parameters? :)
Psedocode for this inventory program
I am having trouble working this pseudo code. I need your help in working this. I have a paper tomorrow and I don't know how to write pseudo code of it. Please help!
Query to retrieve the available rooms from the inventory
I am developing a hotel inventory management system which supports search and booking. I am quite new to this system and I need help in writing the query to pull the available rooms from the inventory.
Let's say the user search consist of the following values :
Region Id: 1 (For example Dubai ) Checkin Date: 31-12-2018 and Checkout Date: 01-01-2019 (It should be within the valid_from and valid_to of the room_rate_types table and should not lie in the from_date and to_date of the room_rate_type_blackout_dates table and it should not lie in the from_date and to_date of the room_rate_type_booked_dates table and if it lies in the room_rate_type_booked_dates table it should subtract the booked (room_rate_type_booked_dates table) rooms from the availability column of the room_types table)
Adult 1, Child 2, Infant 0: this should within the rooms_occupancy table
My search depends on the following tables and their corresponding columns is provided within the brackets:
properties (region_Id), rooms, rooms_occupancy (Adult, child, and Infant), room_rate_types (availability, valid_from and valid_to), room_rate_type_blackout_dates (From_date to To_Date), room_rate_type_booked_dates (booking Id, From_date and to_Date)
properties ( stores the general details of the property) pk property_id(primary key) region_id (id of the region) property_name rooms ( stores the general details of the rooms) pk room_id(primary key) fk rooms_occupancy_id (the combination of the occupancies associated with the room) rooms_occupancy ( stores the general details of the combination of the occupancies in a single room) pk room_occupancy_id(primary key) fk room_id(foreign key that references the room table) adult, child, infant room_rate_types (stores of the general details of the rates per room) pk rate_id(primary key) valid_from, valid_to, available_rooms fk room_id room_rate_type_blackout_dates (stores the black out dates per rate) pk rate_blk_date_id (primary key) from_date, to_date, fk rate_id (rate_id of the room_rate_types table) room_rate_type_booked_dates (stores the booking info of the rate table) pk booking_id (primary key) from_date, to_date, fk rate_id (rate_id of the room_rate_types table) booked_rooms
Expected results should be something as mentioned below:
PropertyId, rateId, roomId, availblerooms 1 1 1 5
Filter Regexmatch Condition Googlesheet
- item names in Merch!B:B (or Merch!B6:B16)
- item prices in Merch!J:J (or Merch!J6:J16)
- item list in Invoice!B:B (or Invoice!B19:B23 in this example but can be extended)
- item prices in Invoice!J:J (or Invoice!J19:J23 in this example but can be extended and will be put in Invoice!D:19:D)
- prices appear only once when a same item appears multiple times (doesn't show in the screenshot)
- prices are not aligned with their item, they are sorted from high to low
- the prices to match the item (aligned with item row) for every new item selected in the list
Thank you so much