Tracking system logs in Simplify-ERP's, Odoo-Shopify connector

The purpose of the log is to act as a red flag when there is some change, either good or bad.

Frequent monitoring of the logs will result in a faster response time to security incidents and higher effectiveness of security procedures. Log analysis also helps you defend against internal and external threats.

Tip: Frequently checking the logs can help you identify malicious attacks on the system and give you a better picture of the changes in your Odoo ERP system.
That's why we included the Logs tab in our connector!

Aside from the security logs, you can also check if a product has been made, if the taxes or shipping provider have been changed or if a new order has arrived from your Shopify store.

To check the Logs, you have to:
 1. Go to the Sales Channel,
 2. Then Settings
 3. Once you've opened it, you will see the Logs tab at the end of the horizontal bar.

Open it, and you will have a complete representation of the changes and updates of your Odoo ERP and the connection with your Shopify store.
Has your business outgrown the standard Shopify functionality and you are having to load up your shop with lots of Apps?
Then it's time to think of centralising your business operations in Odoo – everything from order processing, to customer support tickets, to invoicing, to payments and accounting and much more, and using Shopify as a sales frontend (Point of Sale).
Would you like to check if your Shopify shop is compatible with Odoo?
Use our FREE Connection Test, to check compatibility, and pave way to centralised management of your multichannel e-commerce business.
Tracking system logs in Simplify-ERP's, Odoo-Shopify connector
Nikola R. 15 September, 2021
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