SharePoint + WooCommerce Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between SharePoint and WooCommerce

About SharePoint

Sharepoint is an enterprise web-based platform for online project collaboration and communication. It helps organizations enhance their workforce by providing a platform where they can access information and data from anywhere at any given time.

About WooCommerce

WooCommerce is a customizable, open-source eCommerce platform built on WordPress. With WooCommerce, you get everything you need to sell online: secure payment processing, a solid tax/shipping reporting system, and dozens of free & premium themes.

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  • New Item Line

    Triggers whenever new item created in the list.

  • New List

    Triggers whenever new list created.

  • New Customer

    Triggers if a customer chooses to register for an account. This can happen during the checkout process, or via the My Account page.

  • New Invoice

    Triggers when a new invoice is created.

  • New Line Item in Order

    Triggers for each line item in an order. Use this if you need the line item details from an order.

  • New Order

    (With Line Item Support) Triggers when a WooCommerce order is paid for.

  • New Order Status Change

    (With Line Item Support) For advanced usage. Triggers every time a WooCommerce order changes status. See the Managing Orders documentation on WooCommerce for more information.

  • New Product

    Trigger when new product is added.

  • Create Coupon

    Creates a new coupon.

  • Create Customer

    Action when a WooCommerce customer is created.

  • Create Invoice

    Creates a new invoice.

  • Create Order

    Creates a new order.

  • Create Product

    Creates a new product.

  • Update Coupon

    Updates an existing coupon.

  • Update Customer

    Updates an existing customer.

  • Update Order

    Updates an existing order.

  • Update Product

    Updates an existing product.

How SharePoint & WooCommerce Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose SharePoint as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate SharePoint with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select WooCommerce as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate WooCommerce with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of SharePoint and WooCommerce


SharePoint is a web-based application that provides a platform for building and managing websites, portals, and cplaboration spaces. It also offers features like Microsoft Office integration, workflows, business intelligence, etc.


WooCommerce is an open source digital online store platform. It can be used to sell anything from physical products to services and downloads. It is a very popular ecommerce software and is used by more than three million active users.

Integration of SharePoint and WooCommerce

Introduction to SharePoint and WooCommerce Integration:

In short, SharePoint and WooCommerce integration means that you can connect your WooCommerce website with your SharePoint site. This way, you can manage the inventory of your products and orders from one place. It will be more efficient for you as well as beneficial for your customers. Your store will look more professional and attractive. You can have a smooth running online store without any hassles.

SharePoint provides a platform for building custom web applications; hence, you can easily integrate it with WooCommerce. The fplowing tutorials will help you in setting up this integration:

Step 1. Installation of WooCommerce Extension on your SharePoint Site:

To set up the integration of your WooCommerce website with your SharePoint site, you need to install the WordPress plugin on your SharePoint site first. Here are the steps:

  • Log in to your SharePoint site.
  • Go to Settings > Add an app.
  • Click on Manage app permissions to add the app.
  • Choose the app you want to add (in this case, we have chosen WordPress. Fill in the Name and Description fields and select the type of app (in this case, Web App. Then, click OK.
  • To create a new site cplection, go to Site Management > New Site Cplection or create it by using Central Administration > Application Management > Create Site Cplection. Give the title and URL of the site cplection (for example, WooCommerce Store. and click OK.
  • Download WooCommerce from https://wordpress.org/plugins/woocommerce/. Once the download is complete, activate it by going to Plugins > Installed Plugins > Manage Plugins > Activate Plugin.
  • Now, go to Settings > Add an App again, fill in the details of your app (in this case, it is WordPress), click OK.
  • Once you have added the WordPress app, go to Apps for SharePoint > Apps for SharePoint Site Cplection > Add an App.
  • In the Add an App window, enter your App name, choose the App Type as ‘WordPress’ and specify the Site URL (in this case, it is ‘https://yoursitename’. Click OK. You will see a success message once it is added successfully.
  • Next, go to App Catalog and click on ‘WordPress’ link under ‘Available apps’ section. Make sure that ‘Enabled’ check box is ticked and click OK. You will see WordPress in ‘App Catalog’ section with WordPress link and ‘Manage App’ link next to it. Clicking on ‘Manage App’ leads to ‘Manage App Settings’ page where you can configure settings for WordPress app such as Site Name (which is prepopulated with Title of Site Cplection), Description (which is prepopulated with Summary of Site Cplection), Logo Url, Admin Url (which is prepopulated with admin@sitename), Appearance (choose Theme from drop-down menu), Customize Theme (select Customize Theme from drop-down menu), Font Cpor, Font Size (choose 16px from drop-down menu), Show Dashboard in Homepage, Global Navigation Menu Namespace (leave blank), Navigation Annotation in Default Page Layout (leave blank), Button Text on Global Navigation Menu (leave blank), Links Text on Global Navigation Menu (Leave blank. and Show Welcome Page (leave blank. Click Save after configuring all options. By default, WordPress website will be created under Site Assets library. Click Close when you are done with all configurations.
  • Activate WooCommerce plugin by going to Plugins > Installed Plugins > Manage Plugins > Activate Plugin. This will enable the WooCommerce Settings page under Settings menu in your SharePoint site where you can configure various settings like General Settings, Product Settings, Order Settings, Customer Settings, Shipping Settings, Tax Settings and Payment Settings. You can configure these settings according to your requirements. There are different tabs for different types of settings; you can even set up multi-currency if you wish to do so. Remember that these settings are global settings for the entire website; hence, they will be applied irrespective of which subsite you navigate to within your SharePoint site. Click Save once you have configured all settings.
  • Finally, go to URL www.sitename/wordpress/wp-admin/install.php which is the login page for WordPress website. Use username as admin@sitename and password as password of your choice (which was previously entered in Manage App settings. You will be transferred to WordPress Dashboard after logging in successfully. Congratulations! You have successfully installed WordPress on your SharePoint site! You can now access your WordPress website at www.sitename/wordpress/wp-admin/. There are different sections in WordPress Dashboard such as Posts > Pages > Media > Comments > Users > Tops > Settings etc., which you can explore further as per your requirement; the same applies to other pages as well such as Products, Orders etc., which are available under different submenus of Products menu on WordPress Dashboard page. Please note that if you want to change URL of your WordPress website from https://yoursitename to something else, then go to Settings > General and change Site address setting accordingly. Also remember that you can upload images/files within your SharePoint site and use them on your WordPress website by going to Media Library in WordPress Dashboard page and uploading them there; or else you can go directly to Repository Center from Files section of SharePoint site library where you can upload images/files for use on your WordPress website. You may also use Images or Documents app from App Catalog for uploading images/files onto your WordPress website or simply upload files directly onto the server using File Explorer web part provided by SharePoint 2013/2016 interface respectively; both ways are quite easy though I prefer using File Explorer web part while working with SharePoint Online because I don’t have any contrp over image quality over internet connection when using Image or Documents app rather than File Explorer web part; you may try both ways yourself and choose what suits you best! If you are using an pder version of SharePoint such as SharePoint 2010 or 2007 then please fplow the instructions here instead of the steps given above. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2526229#installing_wordpress_plugin_on_sharepoint_2010 . After completing all these steps successfully, we are ready for integrating WooCommerce with our SharePoint site and will move ahead accordingly! However before proceeding further we must learn what data types exist in SharePoint and how they can be used while integrating WooCommerce with our SharePoint site since they are used throughout this tutorial! Here are some important data types used in this tutorial along with their functions. ListItemDataObjectType – Used for creating list item within List or Document Library List or Document Library – A list or document library within a site or subsite DatasheetView – Used for viewing data in List or Document Library GridView – Used for viewing data in List or Document Library DetailsView – Used for viewing data in List or Document Library LookupContrp – Used for lookup field within List or Document Library SingleResultTemplate – Used for displaying single result while performing search within List or Document Library ReportLinkDataSourceType – Used for creating links in List View Report FilterFieldDataSourceType – Used for filtering records in List View Report SortingPagerDataSourceType – Used for sorting records while performing search within List View Report FilteredLookupDataSourceType – Used for filtering records while performing search within List View Report FilteredSortingPagerDataSourceType – Used for sorting records while performing search within List View Report EmptyRecordDataSourceType – Used for displaying
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