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WooCommerce is an open-source e-commerce plugin designed for WordPress websites. It enables users to turn their WordPress sites into fully functional online stores, providing tools for product management, shopping cart functionality, and payment processing.
Refer to our website for the list of metrics and attributes available in Dataddo.

Refer to WooCommerce's official documentation to see all available endpoints from the WooCommerce API.

Authorize Connection to WooCommerce

In WooCommerce

To authorize your WooCommerce account, you will need your domain name, a consumer key (= API token), and a consumer secret.

  1. In your WooCommerce account, open the menu on the left.
  2. Click on Settings and select Advanced.
  3. Find the REST API tab and click on Add key.
  4. Make sure the Read/Write permission is selected and click on Generate API key.
  5. Copy the Consumer key and Consumer secret values.

In Dataddo

  1. On the Authorizers page, click on Authorize New Service and select WooCommerce.
  2. Fill in the following fields:
    1. Domain: Your WooCommerce subdomain name.
    2. Consumer Key: WooCommerce API key.
    3. Consumer Secret: Secret to the API key.
  3. Rename your authorizer for easier identification and click on Save.

How to Create a WooCommerce Source

  1. On the Sources page, click on the Create Source button and select the connector from the list.
  2. Select your dataset and click on Next to continue.

    If you are not sure which dataset you need but know the metrics and attributes, use the Search by Name or Attribute function.

    Fixed-schema connector
  3. From the drop-down menu, select your authorizer.
    Didn't find your authorizer?

    Click on Add new Account at the bottom of the drop-down and follow the on-screen prompts. You can also go to the Authorizers tab and click on Add New Service.

  4. Name your data source and select your metrics and attributes. Keep in mind that metrics and attributes depend on the selected dataset.
  5. Configure your sync frequency or the exact synchronization time under Show advanced settings.

    If you need to load historical data, please refer to the Data Backfilling article.

  6. Preview your data by clicking on the Test Data button in the top right corner. You can adjust the date range for a more specific time frame.
  7. Click on Save and congratulations, your new data source is ready!


Data Preview Unavailable

No data preview when you click on Test Data might be caused by an issue with your source configuration. The most common causes are:

  • Date range: Try a smaller date range. You can load the rest of your data afterward via manual data load.
  • Insufficient permissions: Please make sure your authorized account has at least admin-level permissions.

Related Articles

Now that you have successfully created a data source, see how you can connect your data to a dashboarding app or a data storage.

Sending Data to Dashboarding Apps

Sending Data to Data Storages

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