Web Services Documentation:

Futurlog’s Web Services allow for the exchange of information from your systems to Futurlog’s systems. They operate in a mode where it’s your programs that ensure the various updates.

As a reminder, for most e-shops on the market, we have developed programs that, using the e-shop Web Services, ensure these updates.

You have 4 types of possible exchanges:

  1. Catalog download: Its purpose is to inform us of any updates to your product catalog on your site. This allows us to integrate your customer orders without errors, to receive your goods while knowing your products, etc.
  2. Order download: Through these Web Services, you transmit your orders to us as they come.
  3. Stock level update: Point of sale systems do not have knowledge of all stock movements, especially returns of goods to stock, receipts, etc. Through this, you have, for each reference, the stock level corresponding to the quantities available for sale. This adjustment is to be done by calling our web service once a day at the end of the day.
  4. Order information upload: This information is uploaded as soon as the packages leave the warehouses. The most important information is the order statuses and their order numbers. To obtain this information, you must call the web service at the end of the day after all carriers have passed through our warehouses, around 7 p.m.


Technical Documentation


The following 4 Web Services are essential for minimal interfacing:

  • Declare a new order
  • Obtain the progress status of an order
  • Create or update an existing article
  • Obtain stock status

Other Web Services may be useful in other contexts:

  • Obtain the list of carriers
  • Obtain the list of orders in error
  • Obtain the list of returned orders
  • Obtain the list of states
  • Create a new expected receipt
  • Declare articles in bulk
  • Article deletion
  • Obtain the list of products in error
  • Obtain the list of receipts
  • Update existing articles in bulk
  • Access the API documentation