Backorders are order lines that cannot be picked yet because of the stock levels. Backorders will be created when an order is closed and the product is not available, or when partial delivery is not allowed and one of the products of the order has not enough stock.
|idbackorder||integer||generated||Unique Picqer reference|
|amount||integer||required||Amount of products that is in backorder|
|amount_available||integer||required||Amount of products that is in stock and that are reserved for this backorder|
|priority||integer||required||Priority of the backorder. The lower this number, the earlier stock will be assigned to this backorder|
|created_at||datetime||required||Moment that this backorder was created|
|date_available||datetime||read-only||Date that this backorder is expected to be in stock, based on purchase orders, only shown when retrieving a specific backorder|
You can filter with the following parameters. Add these filters as querystring parameters to the URL.
|idorder||Only get backorders for this order||2|
|idproduct||Only get backorders for this product||13|
|idcustomer||Only get backorders for this customer||32659450|
|sinceid||Get the backorder with a later idorder_backorder then given.||201992|
|sincedate||Get the backorders that are added after this date and time.||2022-01-01 12:00:00|
Note that 'deleting' a backorder will also result in the order line being cancelled.
When backorders are available in the warehouse, backorders will not automatically be converted to picklists. You can do this in the Picqer interface or you can call this 'process backorders' request. This will generate picklists for all available backorders.
You can get all backorders for a specific order. This will give you also the date_available that is not available in overview of all backorders.