The toolkit also offers you an API for Belboon. This post explains everything you need to know for setting up an interface with the plugin.
The configuration in this post only applies to the Belboon-API. All additional shop information can be found here.
Setting up the Belboon interface
1. Data supplier
This is where you pick the Belboon-API. Afterwards you can enter your access information.
2., 3. Publisher-ID und Webservice-Passwort
The publisher ID is your regular user login for the website. The password for the webservice can be found on the Belboon page.
Click on publish once all information has been entered correctly. The plugin now connects to API and checks the key. Once the test has been completed successfully, the status becomes “connected” and all available partner shops are listed. Now you need to checkmark the respective sub-shops and save it again.
4. Activate SSL for product pictures
If your website uses SSL or if you want to switch to SSL in the future, you should click on this box.
Attention: With Belboon it depends on the corresponding partner shop and whether this shop can also supply the product pictures via SSL. It may be possible that even with SSL eventually no picture can be provided.
An individual shop is created for every partner at Belboon (just like at affilinet or Zanox). Highlight your partner shop and click on save afterwards. When switching to overview, you will find the corresponding shop as a “Sub-Shop”.
Find API password
Your account information can be found on the Belboon surface. Login with your account information there.