I need a system to integrate an osCommerce store with [url removed, login to view]'s API. The concept is to use the osCommerce interface for all order processing, inventory updates, pricing updates, etc, and have that information automatically propagate to Amazon. 1 - a script which can be run as an automatic task (requiring no interaction with a user) update our Amazon account with current pricing and inventory numbers, based on the inventory and pricing information in the osCommerce database. We will add whatever column(s) you need to match up our products with [url removed, login to view] products. We also have a separate column for the product's amazon price. 2 - automatically import all new Amazon orders into our osCommerce orders database. No customer record should be entered into the osCommerce database, only into the order tables. Inventory levels of each product should be updated appropriately. Keep in mind that the product's price on [url removed, login to view] may be different from the price listed on our website. The price inserted into the order table must be the price the product sold for on amazon.com. This script would also be run as an automatic task. 3 - update Amazon orders to mark them shipped and provide tracking information to the customer through the osCommerce interface. This could either be a real-time update or an automated task, whichever is easier for you to accomplish.
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