Glossary

Activated

An activated event indicates that an entity, such as a price, coupon, or promotion, is currently valid. The activated event is different from the created event because an entity can be created to become active at a later date.

Deactivated

A deactivated event indicates that an entity, such as a price, coupon, or promotion, is no longer valid.

Enabled

An enabled event is similar to activated. However, in case of promotions or a coupons, merchants can enable a previously disabled entity at any time using Copilot. When a promotion or coupon is enabled, shoppers can use them to get discounts on eligible items.

Disabled

A disabled event is similar to a de-activated event. Merchants can disable a previously enabled promotion or coupon using Copilot. When a promotion or coupon is disabled, shoppers cannot use them to receive discounts on their purchases.

Item ID

An item ID is a fabric-generated unique identifier for an Item.

Price List ID

A price list is a collection of items and their assigned prices. Each price list has a unique identifier assigned to it, referred to as price list ID. You can add the same item to multiple price lists and set different prices for that item in each of those lists. For example, for the same item, you can assign a one-time purchase price, a subscription price, or a special loyalty member price. You can set the currency and duration of the prices in each price list. If the price list expires, the prices of items within the price list will also expire.

SKU

A Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) is a unique identifier assigned to individual products or items within a retailer's inventory. SKUs are primarily used for inventory management, tracking, and organization.