All Sellers using the Integration Management Portal
Before proceeding you should have Configured Settings and Mapped Categories in the Integration Management Portal.
Category Mapping is an important process in the Integration Management Portal, where you map your source attribute to a corresponding destination attribute. You only need to do this once, provided that your source attribute does not change. Any new source attributes will need to be mapped every time they are added. Please note that each source system has its own default fields for attributes. Any custom fields you create, such as variant options, will be pulled through and are case sensitive. e.g. colour, Colour, color, Color are considered four different source attributes that would likely all be mapped to the Westfield destination attribute of Colour (Variant).
After the Source Service (e.g. Shopify) sync has been toggled on, navigate to the Products section > Mappings.
Click on the “Westfield Attributes” label to access the Attribute mapping page, where you can manually apply mappings for product attributes. This page will show you a value list for the selected product attribute in the source data on the left. On the right you can set a Westfield destination attribute to map the source data to.
On Page Navigation
Selecting a Source Attribute
Select a source attribute using the dropdown search box under "Source Attribute" on the left.
You will be able to see the source values which exist within the source attribute once selected.
Please note that if every value is unique then you will be able to see a sample by clicking on the hyperlink: View Sample Values.
After confirming the source value, then select the destination attributes you want to map on the right.
Then click on the “Map” button to map the source attribute directly to the destination attribute (Westfield online). It is important that you click the "Map" button. If you make a mistake or find a better attribute later then you can simply click the "Unmap" button and start over. After you have mapped an attribute, your display will change to resemble the image below:
Mapping Screen Overview
Please look over the screen-shot below, and proceed to the next section for explanation of each highlighted area.
1. Source Attribute (e.g. from Shopify).
2. Westfield Attribute that the Source Attribute has already been mapped to.
3. Button to Unmap the Source Attribute (1) from the Westfield Attribute (4).
4. Westfield Attribute currently selected.
5. Source Attributes that the Westfield Attribute has already been mapped to. Use to edit/remove or the find the mapped attribute and use the Unmap button.
6. Default Value field. Here you can specify a fixed fallback value for the attribute when no direct mappings is found. For example, this will be useful if you have no Source Attribute for Size System and all your products use the same Size System of AU. Please note that this will apply to all products. Otherwise leave blank.
7. Editable Westfield Attribute Values.
For free-text attributes this will default to the Source Values, but you can use to edit. e.g. Source Value is "smll" and you want to edit to "Small".
For attributes with a defined value range, you will want to select the correct value from the drop down list. Editing this value will cause the product to error when uploaded to Mirakl as it will no longer be a valid value. Drop-down attributes are always preferred to free-text attributes as they support faceted search.