Support

Build on Adilas with Adilas WP Shop

Download this plugin to be installed on your WordPress website for a robust online store. You will also need to use WooCommerce and a WooCommerce supported theme. This monthly subscription will provide access to fixes, version updates, new features and online tech support.

Extend with WooCommerce

This will allow your menu to appear on your domain without an iframe or use of external Adilas links for your online shop. This powerful tool allows you to maximize SEO for your company and customize your website with all the power of WordPress and WooCommerce.

Customize with WordPress

For a full ERP, use Adilas Point of Sale System, Adilas WP Shop and WooCommerce Plugins on your WordPress website. If you are using a different inventory control system, this might not be the right plugin for you. We may need to consider some other third-party solutions.

See the PDF version of this support document here: Adilas WP Shop Plugin Installation

  1. Install WooCommerce.
  2. Purchase Adilas WP Shop here.
  3. Download the zip file from the downloads section of “My Account”.
  4. In WordPress, go to “Plugins” on the left side of the page.
  5. Select “Add New”.
  6. Select “Upload Plugin”.
  7. Select “Choose File” to locate “Zip File” to upload.
  8. Select “Install Now” to upload the plugin.
  9. Select “Activate Plugin”.
  10. Brings us to the main plugin page. “Adilas WP Shop” is now in the menu on the left side of the page.

See the PDF version of this support document here: Create an Adilas User for Online Orders

  1. Locate the “User Homepage” in Adilas. To reach the “User Homepage” hover over the “Home” tab at the top of the page and then click on “User Homepage”.
  2. Select “search/add payee in the database”.
  3. It is important to verify that a user has not been previously entered.
    • From the dropdown, select the “Payee Type” for the specified role.
    • Enter the name of the new user in the fields as indicated.
    • Select “search”.
  4. If the name is not located, select “add new payee/user”.
  5. On the “Add/Edit Employee/User Permissions” page, user details and permissions can be entered.
    • The first section contains fields for manual entry of user data.
  6. Below that is the “Payee/User Permissions
    • Here, there is a color legend as well as some preset collections to help choose from the extensive list of permissions.
    • The generic “Online User” will need basic sales functionality so we recommend choosing the “Yellow(all)” and “Green(sales)” options from this legend. This will pre-populate the needed permissions below.
  7. Individual permissions Permissions are grouped by category and color coded according to the legend.
    • Refer to the suggested permissions, see below, for “Online User” for a complete list of needed permissions. This will include all ”Greens” and “Yellows” as well as a few additional permissions.
    • Each has a detailed description explaining functions.
    • The permissions will be numbered on the left-hand side and a permission ID# is offered on the right. System error messages indicating “need permission ID#” will refer to the id-# on the right side of the permissions list.
    • The number on the left-hand side may change depending on if and how many permissions a user is allowed to give.
  8. Once data is entered and permissions are chosen, select “add payee”.
  9. Adilas Suggested Permissions:

See the PDF Support document here: Adilas WP Shop Configuration and Full Initial Sync

  1. In the menu on the left side of the page hover over Adilas WP Shop and choose “Configuration”.
  2. Enter the AdilasCORP_ID”. This can be found in Adilas on the “Add/Edit Corporation” page. Hover over “System Management”. Choose “Manage Corp Info and Permissions” then choose “Edit Main Corp Info – Look and Feel”. The “Corp Id” is at the top of the page.
  3. In the “API_CORP_KEY_NID” field, enter the “Corp ID” again.
  4. The next fields will be populated from the “API Socket Permission Settings” in Adilas. Hover over “System Management” then choose “Manage Corp Info and Permissions”. Select “More Options” then choose “Adilas API Socket Settings” from the menu.
  5. Enter the “API_CORP_KEY_ID / Corporation Key:” from the “Your Corp Key Is:” field. 
  6. Enter the “API_USER_NAME / API Socket Username” from the “API Username” field. Then enter the “API_USER_PASSWORD / API Socket Password” from the “API Password” field. If these fields are empty in Adilas, create a username and password by entering them in the empty fields.
  7. Enter the “API_CURRENT_PAYEE_ID / API Socket User Id” from the “User Id’s Allowed” field. Select the “use builder link” to choose a system user. This user will be on all invoices or quotes created online and so we recommend creating a new generic user specifically for this purpose rather than using an existing employee. Refer to the “Create an Adilas User for Online Orders” support document for instructions on creating a generic online user.
  8. Enter the Adilas “SERVER/URL”.
  9. The “API SECRET IMAGE FOLDER” can be left blank as it will automatically populate when the “Full Initial Sync” is performed.
  10. In the “Shipping Configuration” section Enter the Adilas part number for your shipping flat rate item into the “Adilas System Reserved Shipping Part ID” field.
  11. To hide inventory items that have no quantity from the web, check the “Hide Products/Variations With No Inventory/Quantity” box.
  12. In the “Inventory Threshold” field, enter the number of items at which to hide an inventory item from the web.
  13. The “Select Locations” field, “Select Customer Type” field, and the “Select Invoice Type” field cannot be chosen until after the initial sync so leave them blank for now.
  14. Select “Save Changes”.
  15. From the menu on the left side of the page, choose “Full Initial Sync”.
  16. Select the “Start Syncing” button to sync with Adilas. This will bring Adilas inventory into Adilas WP Shop.
  17. Once the “Full Initial Sync” is complete, select “Configuration” from the Adilas WP Shop menu on the left side of the page.
  18. Scroll down to the “Select Locations” and choose the Adilas location from which inventory will show.
  19. In the “Select Customer Type” field, choose the customer type for a user that creates their profile online.
  20. For the “Select Invoice Type” field, choose from “Quote”, “Customer Invoice”, or “Transition Invoice” for the type of invoice that is created when an invoice is created online. A “Quote” will provide the customer with a price but will not impact inventory until it is converted into an invoice in Adilas when payment is collected. A “Customer Invoice” indicates that payment was collected, and inventory will be adjusted. A “Transition Invoice” will impact inventory without having collected the money.
  21. In the “Gram Tracker” section enter the “Look Back Timeframe (in days)”. This is the amount of time over which “gram tracker” will look back at purchase made previously to ensure that a customer is not purchasing more than their legally allotted amount.
  22. In the “Delivery/Tax Labeling” section enter the label names for the taxes and delivery fees that are synced from Adilas. You only need to add labels for those items that you have set up in Adilas. For example, in Adilas, you have set up state and county taxes, so you only need to add a label for those taxes.
  23. . Select “Save Changes”.

See the PDF Support document here: Settings - WooCommerce

General” - Choose general “WooCommerce” settings.

  1. Store Address” - Enter the physical location address for the company. WooCommerce Store Address
  2. General Options” - Choose selling, shipping, and customer locations as well as enable tax calculations and coupons.
    • Selling Locations” - Choose an option from the menu.
    • Sell to Specific Countries” - Click into the box and choose a country. You can also choose “all” countries or none.
    • Shipping Locations” - Choose an option from the menu.
    • Ship to Specific Countries” - Click into the box and choose a country. You can also choose “all” countries or none.
    • Default Customer Location” - Choose an option from the menu.
    • Enable Taxes” - Check the box to enable tax rates and calculations.
    • Enable Coupons” - Check the box to enable the use of coupon codes. Check the second box to calculate coupon discounts sequentially.
  3. Currency Options” - Choose the currency settings.
    • Currency” - Choose a currency from the menu.
    • Currency Position” - Choose a currency position from the menu.
    • Thousand Separator” - Enter the symbol to use as a thousand separator. This is usually a comma.
    • Decimal Separator” - Enter the symbol to use as a decimal separator. This is usually a period.
    • Number of decimals” - Enter the number of decimal places.
  4. Save Changes” - Select to save changes.

See the PDF Support document here: Settings - WooCommerce

Products” - This contains three tabs, choose from “General”, “Inventory”, or “Downloadable products”.

General” tab - Choose general product settings.

  1. Shop Pages” - Choose “Shop Page” settings.
    • Shop Page” - Choose the “Shop” page from the menu of existing pages.
    • Add to Cart Behavior” - Check the boxes to redirect to the cart page after successful addition or Enable AJAX add to cart buttons on archives.
  2. Placeholder Image” - Enter the URL for a placeholder image.
  3. Measurements” - Choose measurement settings.
    • Weight Unit” - Choose a unit of measurement from the menu.
    • Dimensions Unit” - Choose a dimensions unit from the menu.
  4. Reviews” -
    • Enable Reviews” - Check the boxes to enable product reviews and settings.
    • Product Ratings” - Check the boxes to enable product ratings and settings.
  5. Save changes” - Select to save changes.

Inventory” tab - Enter inventory settings.

  1. Manage Stock” - Check the box to enable stock management.
  2. Hold Stock (minutes)” - Enter the amount of time to hold stock in the cart before the order is canceled.
  3. Notifications” - Check the boxes to enable “low stock” and “out of stock” notifications.
  4. Notifications recipient(s)” - Enter the email or emails where notifications will be sent.
  5. Low Stock Threshold” - Enter the number of units in inventory at which the “low stock” notification is sent.
  6. Out of Stock Threshold” - Enter the number of units in inventory at which the “out of stock” notification is sent.
  7. Out of Stock Visibility” - Check the box to hide “out of stock” items.
  8. Stock Display Format” - Choose how stock quantities are shown from the menu.
  9. Save changes” - Select to save changes.

Downloadable products” tab - Enter downloadable product settings.

  1. File Download Method” - Choose a download method from the menu.
  2. Access File Restriction” - Check the boxes to require “sign in” to download and to grant access to downloadable products after payment.
  3. Save changes” - Select to save changes.

See the PDF Support document here: Settings - WooCommerce

Shipping” - This contains three tabs, choose from “Shipping zones”, “Shipping options”, or “Shipping classes”.

  1. Shipping zones” - View and add shipping zones. Select “Add Shipping Zone” to add a new shipping zone.
    • Zone Name” - Enter a “Zone Name”.
    • Zone Regions” - Choose a region or regions to include in this zone.
    • Shipping Method” - Select “Add Shipping Method” to add the shipping method to the zone.
    • Save Changes” - Select to save changes.
  2. Shipping options” - Choose shipping options.
    • Calculations” - Check the boxes to enable the shipping calculator on the cart page and hide shipping costs until an address is entered.
    • Shipping destination” - Choose an option for which address will be the default shipping address.
    • Debug mode” - Check the box to enable shipping debug mode to show matching shipping zones and to bypass shipping rate cache.
    • Save changes” - Select to save changes.
  3. Shipping classes” - View and add shipping classes. Select “Add Shipping Class” and fill in the fields to create a “Shipping Class”.
    • Shipping Class” - Enter the name of the “Shipping Class”.
    • Slug” - Enter the slug.
    • Description” - Enter a description for your reference.
    • Save Shipping Class” - Select to save changes.


See the PDF Support document here: Settings - WooCommerce

Payments” - View and manage payment methods.

  1. Payment methods” - Enable, set up, and manage payment methods. Toggle the switch to turn on or off a payment method. Select “Set Up” or “Manage” to enter payment method details.
  2. Save changes” - Select to save changes.

See the PDF Support document here: Settings - WooCommerce

Accounts and Privacy” - Manage account and privacy settings.

  1. Guest Checkout” - Check the boxes to allow customers to purchase with or without an account.
  2. Account creation” - Check the boxes to manage account creation.
  3. Account erasure requests” - Check the boxes to manage account erasure requests.
  4. Personal data removal” - Check the box to allow personal data to be removed in bulk from orders.
  5. Privacy Policy” - This section controls the display of your website privacy policy.
    • Privacy Page” - Choose your privacy policy page from the menu.
    • Registration Privacy Policy” - Enter your registration privacy policy.
    • Checkout Privacy Policy” - Enter your checkout privacy policy.
  6. Personal data retention” - Choose how long to retain personal data when it’s no longer needed for processing. Leave the following options blank to retain this data indefinitely.
    • Retain Inactive Accounts” - Enter a number and choose a length of time from the menu.
    • Retain Pending Orders” - Enter a number and choose a length of time from the menu.
    • Retain Failed Orders” - Enter a number and choose a length of time from the menu.
    • Retain Cancelled Orders” - Enter a number and choose a length of time from the menu.
    • Retain Completed Orders” - Enter a number and choose a length of time from the menu.
  7. Save changes” - Select to save changes.

See the PDF Support document here: Settings - WooCommerce

Emails” - View and manage email communications.

  1. Email notifications” - Email notifications sent from WooCommerce are listed. Click on an email to configure it.
  2. Email sender options” - Enter sender information.
    • From Name” - Enter the name for who the email is from.
    • From Address” - Enter the address that the email is from.
  3. Email template” - Configure your email template.
    • Header Image” - Enter the image URL.
    • Footer Text” - Enter the footer text.
    • Base Color” - Choose the base color.
    • Background Color” - Choose the background color.
    • Body Background Color” - Choose the body background color.
    • Body Text Color” - Choose the body text color.
  4. Save Changes” - Select to save changes.

See the PDF Support document here: Settings - WooCommerce

Advanced” - This contains five tabs, choose from “Page setup”, “Rest API”, “Webhooks”, “Legacy API”, and “Woocommerce.com

Page setup” tab - Set up and manage page settings.

  1. Page setup” - These pages need to be set so that WooCommerce knows where to send users to checkout.
    • Cart Page” - Choose the corresponding page from the menu of created pages.
    • Checkout Page” - Choose the corresponding page from the menu of created pages.
    • My Account Page” - Choose the corresponding page from the menu of created pages.
    • Terms and Conditions” - Choose the corresponding page from the menu of created pages.
    • Secure Checkout” - Check the box to force secure checkout.
  2. Checkout endpoints” - Endpoints are appended to your page URLs to handle specific actions during the checkout process. They should be unique.
    • Pay” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Order Received” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Add Payment Method” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Delete Payment Method” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Set Default Payment Method” - Enter the endpoint.
  3. Account endpoints” - Endpoints are appended to your page URLs to handle specific actions on the accounts pages. They should be unique and can be left blank to disable the endpoint.
    • Orders” - Enter the endpoint.
    • View Order” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Downloads” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Edit Account” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Addresses” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Payment Methods” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Lost Password” - Enter the endpoint.
    • Logout” - Enter the endpoint.
  4. Save Changes” - Select to save changes.

Rest API” tab - The WooCommerce REST API allows external apps to view and manage store data. Access is granted only to those with valid API keys. 

  1. Add Key” or “Create an API Key” - Select either to create an API Key.
    • Description” - Enter a description.
    • User” - Choose a user from the menu.
    • Permissions” - Choose a permissions level from the menu.
    • Generate API Key” - Select to save and generate the API Key.

Webhooks” - Webhooks are event notifications sent to URLs of your choice. They can be used to integrate with third-party services which support them.

  1. Add Webhook” or “Create New Webhook” - Select either to create a new webhook.
    • Name” - Enter a webhook name.
    • Status” - Choose a status from the menu.
    • Topic” - Select an option from the menu.
    • Delivery URL” - Enter a URL.
    • Secret” - Enter a secret key.
    • API Version” - Select an API version from the menu.
    • Save webhook” - Select to save the webhook.

Legacy API” tab

  1. Check the box to enable the legacy REST API.
  2. Save Changes” - Select to save changes.

Woocommerce.com” tab

  1. Enable Tracking” - Check the box to allow usage of WooCommerce to be tracked.
  2. Show Suggestions” - Check the box to display suggestions within WooCommerce.


See the PDF Support document here: Set Up Shipping

Set-up must occur in several places for shipping to function properly.

  1. Set up an item in Adilas for shipping/delivery flat rate fees.
    • We do not recommend using the one that comes created out of the box with Adilas.
    • For help with adding a new item in Adilas, refer to Adilas420 Training Manual procedures and courses.
  2. Go to “Configuration” under “Adilas WP Shop” settings.
    • In the “Shipping Configuration” section enter the Adilas part number for the shipping flat rate item you just created into the “Adilas System Reserved Shipping Part ID” field.
    • Select “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page to save.
  3. Go to WooCommerceSettings” and choose the “Shipping” tab. This contains three more tabs; choose from “Shipping zones”, “Shipping options”, or “Shipping classes”.  
    • Shipping zones” - View and add shipping zones.
      1. Add shipping zone” - Select to add a new shipping zone.
      2. Zone Name” - Enter a “Zone Name”.
      3. Zone Regions” - Choose a region or regions to include in this zone.
      4. Shipping Method” - Select “Add Shipping Method” to add the shipping method to the zone.
      5. Save Changes” - Select to save changes.
    • Shipping options” - Choose shipping options.
      1. Calculations” - Check the boxes to enable the shipping calculator on the cart page and hide shipping costs until an address is entered.
      2. Shipping destination” - Choose an option for which address will be the default shipping address.
      3. Debug mode” - Check the box to enable shipping debug mode to show matching shipping zones and to bypass shipping rate cache.
      4. Save changes” - Select to save changes.
    • Shipping classes” - View and add shipping classes.
      1. Add Shipping Class” - Fill in the fields to create a “Shipping Class”.
      2. Shipping Class” - Enter the name of the “Shipping Class”.
      3. Slug” - Enter the slug.
      4. Description” - Enter a description for your reference.
      5. Save Shipping Class” - Select to save changes.

See the PDF Support document here: Placing an Order

  1. Many aspects of the user shopping experience, including new cart and checkout pages, are customizable. As a result, the shopping experience could vary from the example given.
  2. Select “Shop Now”.
  3. Choose items from the “Shop” and add them to your cart.
  4. Once an item has been added to the cart, you can select “View Cart” or the cart icon to view the cart.
  5. When your cart is correct, select “Proceed to checkout”.
  6. Ensure that your billing and shipping details are correct.
  7. Check the box to agree to the terms and conditions.
  8. Select “Place order” to complete the order.

See the PDF Support document here: Managing an Order in Adilas

  1. Orders can be viewed or managed from many different places within Adilas.
  2. The Fulfillment Homepage (interface) is a commonly used page for order management.
  3. Another option is the MJ Dispensary Homepage (interface).
  4. Adilas420 Training Manual procedures and courses provide a variety of options for managing orders in Adilas.

See the PDF Support document here: Complete the Purchase in Adilas

  1. When you choose “restore to cart” the quote populates in the Adilas shopping cart.
  2. Review the order details to ensure they are correct.
    • If the word “need” shows under an item, then a “sub inventory” package will need to be chosen. To do this, select “subs” underneath the item name. A list of available “sub inventory” packages for the parent item will be shown. Enter the number of items in the “Quantity” box on the correct sub and select “Add”.
  3. When everything is correct, change the “Cart Type” to “Invoice”.
  4. Select “Check Out” to complete the order.
  5. This brings you to the “Cart Payment Options” page. Enter payment details and select “Continue”.
    • Enter the amount tendered in the “Amount” box. If they gave more or less than the order total, then the “Amount Remaining” box will automatically show what change is due or what amount is still needed.
    • Choose the “Money Type” from the dropdown menu.
    • If they paid by check, enter the check number in the “Check #” box.
  6. Depending on Adilas settings, the next page will either be the completed invoice, or it will be the “Review Cart - Final Check
    • The “Review Cart - Final Check” page allows the order to be reviewed one last time before it is converted to an invoice. If everything is correct, select “Create Invoice”.

See the PDF Support document here: Add and Manage Products in Adilas WP Shop

To add products to Adilas WP Shop, they must first be added in Adilas.

  1. For help adding products in Adilas, purchase the Adilas Training Manual or contact Adilas420.
  2. In Adilas, make sure e-commerce items are set to “Show on Web” and that anything that should not be on e-commerce is set to “Hide on Web”.
  3. Once added in Adilas, the products will sync to Adilas WP Shop and appear online.


To manage products in Adilas WP Shop:

  1. Hover over “Products” on the left side of the page and choose an option from the menu.
  2. All Products” - This shows a list of all products and allows for editing. See below for details.
  3. Add New” - This allows you to manually add a new product in WooCommerce. As a note, any product created directly in Adilas WP Shop will not be synced to Adilas, so we recommend creating all new products in Adilas.
  4. Categories” - This shows a list of categories and allows for editing. See below for details.
  5. Tags” - This shows a list of tags and allows for adding and editing. See below for details.
  6. Attributes” - This shows a list of product attributes and allows for adding and editing. See below for details.


All Products” shows a list of all products synced from Adilas and allows for editing. It is important to note that edits done in Adilas WP Shop will not be communicated back to Adilas.

  1. Filter” - The products list has multiple tools for searching and filtering to find specific products or groups of products.
    • Filter by “All”, “Published”, or “Draft”.
    • Filter by “Category”, “Product Type”, or “Stock Status”.
    • Filter by “Name”, “SKU”, “Price”, or “Date” at the top of those columns.
    • Search for a specific product.
  2. Bulk Actions” - Check the box next to each item to change and choose “Edit” or “Move to Trash” from the menu, then select “Apply”.
  3. Edit Products” – Hover over a product to view links to “Edit”, “Quick Edit”, “Trash”, “View”, or “Duplicate”.
    • Edit” takes you to the full details for the product. Click here for more details.
    • Quick Edit” allows for basic edits to be made from within the list. Click here for more details.
    • Trash” will delete the product.
    • View” shows what the item looks like online.
    • Duplicate” will create a duplicate product that can then be edited.


Categories” shows a list of categories and allows you to add or edit. Categories were synced from Adilas, but you may want to add new ones or change how they appear online.

  1. Add or edit a “Category”. Fill out the form to add a new category. Click into the category name to edit.
    • Name” - The name is how it appears on your site.
    • Slug” - The “slug” is the URL-friendly version of the name. It is usually all lowercase and contains only letters, numbers, and hyphens.
    • Parent Category” - Assign a parent term to create a hierarchy.
    • Description” - You can add a description to the category. The description is not prominent by default; however, some themes may show it.
    • Adilas Category ID” - This will be populated automatically if the category was synced from Adilas using Adilas WP Shop. An Adilas category ID can be entered here and found in the URL by selecting the category when editing a category.
    • Adilas Category Status” - This will be populated automatically if the category was synced from Adilas using Adilas WP Shop. A status of “1” means the category is set to “show on web”. If it is set to “0”, the last sync indicated the category was set to “hide on web”.
    • Category Weight Limit” - Enter the weight limit for the category for Gram Tracker to reference when calculating purchase limits.
    • Category Multiplier” - If the category is multiplied by a concentration weight then enter the multiplier. This is the idea of dry weight equivalency. For example, a limit for edibles may be 28g of flower but the edible is made with concentrate so the weight of the edible must be multiplied by a state provided number in order to represent the true weight to the gram tracker.
    • Display Type” - Choose how the category displays from the menu.
    • Thumbnail” - Add or update a category photo.
    • Update” or “Delete” - Select “Update” to save or “Delete” to remove the category.


Tags” shows a list of tags and allows you to add or edit. Tags are not currently synced from Adilas. They help with SEO and allow users to filter.

  1. Add or edit a “Tag”. Fill out the form to add a new “tag”. Click into the “tag” name to edit.
    • Name” - Enter a name for the “tag”.
    • Slug” - The “slug” is the URL-friendly version of the name. It is usually all lowercase and contains only letters, numbers, and hyphens.
    • Description” - Enter a description of the “tag”.
    • Add new tag” - Select to save a new tag.


Attributes” in WooCommerce shows a list of attributes and allows you to add or edit. Attributes let you define extra product data, such as size or color. You can use these attributes in the shop sidebar using the "layered nav" widgets. Website administrators can manually add attributes that allow for additional SEO and user experience.

  1. Add an “Attribute”. Fill out the form to add a new “attribute”.
    • Name” - Choose a name for the attribute (shown on the front-end).
    • Slug” - Unique slug/reference for the attribute; must be no more than 28 characters.
    • Enable Archives” - Check the box if you want this attribute to have product archives in your store.
    • Default sort order” - Choose from the menu. This determines the sort order of the terms on the frontend shop product pages. If using custom ordering, you can drag and drop the terms in this attribute.
    • Add attribute” - Select to save a new “attribute”.
    • Once the “Attribute” is added, select “Configure terms” to the right of the attribute in the list to finish setting it up.
    • Enter the fields below for each term within the “attribute”.
    • “Name” - Enter a name for the “tag”.
    • Slug” - The “slug” is the URL-friendly version of the name. It is usually all lowercase and contains only letters, numbers, and hyphens.
    • Description” - Enter a description of the “tag”.
    • Add new” - Select to save the “Attribute” term.
  2. Edit an “Attribute”.
    • Click into the “attribute” name to edit the main details. See above for filed descriptions.
    • Select “Configure terms” on the line on which you want to edit “Attribute” terms. See above for field descriptions.

See the PDF Support document here: Edit a Product in WooCommerce

There are two methods for editing a product in WooCommerce; “Edit” and “Quick Edit”.

  • Edit” takes you to the full details for the product.
  • Quick Edit” allows for basic edits to be made from within the list.


Select “Edit” underneath the product to view and edit the full product details.

  1. Product Name” – This is synced from Adilas but can be edited.
  2. Permalink” – This is automatically generated but can be edited.
  3. Add Media” – Select to add media, such as a video, to the product description.
  4. Product Description” – This is synced from Adilas but can be edited by typing and using the text tools provided.
  5. Product Data” –
    • Choose what kind of product from the menu. Choose from “Simple product”, “Grouped product”, “External/Affiliate product”, or “Variable product”.
    • Check the box if the product is “Virtual” or “Downloadable”. “Virtual” products are intangible and are not shipped. “Downloadable” products give access to a file after the purchase.
    • General” - This shows the regular price synced from Adilas and allows you to set and schedule a “sale” price.
    • Inventory” - This shows basic settings for the product inventory.
    • Shipping” - This shows shipping detail settings.
    • Linked Products” - This allows related products to be shown.
    • Attributes” - These are product details that are synced from Adilas but can be edited.
    • Advanced” - This allows you to enable product reviews as well as other advanced settings.
  6. Custom Fields” - These contain data synced from Adilas and allows for new custom fields to be added. This may help in troubleshooting or understanding what information is being received into WooCommerce from Adilas.
    • adilaspid” - This is the product id synced from Adilas.
    • adilasPWeight” - This is the product weight synced from Adilas.
    • adilasvpid” - This is the vendor id synced from Adilas.
    • total_sales” - This shows the number of sales.
  7. Product Short Description” - This is synced from Adilas but can be edited by typing and using the text tools provided.
  8. Reviews” - This allows you to look at and manage reviews on the product as well as add comments.
  9. Publish” - This allows you to view and edit details surrounding the published status of the product. It also contains the “Update” button which is used to save any changes made on the page.
  10. Product Categories” - This shows the category (or categories) that the product is in and allows you to add it to others. Website administrators could add additional categories to WooCommerce if the categories need to be different than Adilas.
  11. Product Tags” - This allows you to quickly add tags to products.
  12. Product Image” - This shows the main product image. The product image could have been synced from Adilas or added in Adilas WP Shop.
  13. Product Gallery” - This shows additional images of the product and allows you to add more.
  14. Publish” - Select “Update” in the “Publish” box to save changes to the product. You can also edit the products status and visibility.


Select “Quick Edit” underneath the product to view and edit the basic product details from within the product list.

  • Title” - This is synced from Adilas but can be edited.
  • Slug” - The “slug” is the URL-friendly version of the name. It is usually all lowercase and contains only letters, numbers, and hyphens.
  • Date” - This shows the date and time the product was created.
  • Password” - Enter a password that will be required before a customer can view the item.
  • Product Tags” - This allows you to quickly add tags to products.
  • Enable Reviews” - Check the box to allow customers to leave reviews for a product.
  • Status” - Choose from the menu to change the status.
  • SKU” - Enter an optional SKU to assist in inventory tracking.
  • Price” - The price syncs from Adilas but can be edited.
  • Sale” - Set a sale price.
  • Weight” - Enter the weight of the item for shipping purposes.
  • L/W/H” - Enter the dimensions of the product for shipping purposes.
  • Shipping class” - Choose a shipping class from the menu.
  • Visibility” - Choose a visibility option from the menu.
  • Manage Stock” - Check the box to enable this option.
  • In Stock” - Choose from the menu to change the inventory status.
  • Product Categories” - Check the boxes of the categories under which the item should be shown.

See the PDF Support document here: Gram Tracker

Gram Tracker” is a tool that allows you to limit a customer’s purchase based on legal purchase limits and previous purchases within a specified time frame.


Gram Tracker” is set up in two main places; Adilas WP ShopConfiguration” settings and “Product Category” settings.

  1. Go to Adilas WP ShopConfiguration”.
  2. Scroll down to “Gram Tracker”.
  3. Enter the number of days to have the system look back for orders. Example: In Arizona this would be 14 days.
  4. Scroll to the bottom of the page and select “Save Changes” to save the settings.
  5. Next, navigate to “Product Categories”.
  6. For each “Product Category” that contains MJ, enter the fields listed below.
    • Category Weight Limit” - Enter the weight limit for the category for Gram Tracker to reference when calculating purchase limits.
    • Category Multiplier” - If the category is multiplied by a concentration weight then enter the multiplier. This is the idea of dry weight equivalency. For example, a limit for edibles may be 28g of flower but the edible is made with concentrate so the weight of the edible must be multiplied by a state provided number in order to represent the true weight to the gram tracker.
  7. Select “Update” to save settings.


Once set up, the “Gram Tracker” will notify a customer on the cart page that they have exceeded the limit and will not allow the order to be completed until edits are made.


1. Get Ready!

Gather everything you will need such as your phone and any License or ID you may need.

2. Log in!

In order to log in you will need to create a new user profile.

  1. In your web browser go to the Ecommerce site.
  2. Click “My Account”.
  3. Log in or click “Create a New Account”.
  4. Enter your details.
  5. Select “Submit”.
  6. Log in with your new username and password.

3. Shop!

Choose the items you want to purchase and Check Out.

  1. Click “Shop” at the top of the page.
  2. Browse and add items to your cart.
  3. When you are ready, click “View Cart” to review.
  4. When everything is correct select “Proceed to Check Out”.
  5. On the Checkout page, check the “Terms and Conditions” box.
  6. Select “Place Order”.
  7. You will receive a confirmation email and be notified when your order is ready!

1.     When an online order is placed, email notification of the order will be received.

2.     The order will then appear on the Fulfillment Homepage and the Dispensary Homepage in Adilas.

3.     Print the order ticket from the Fulfillment Homepage.

4.     The order will come in with only Parent inventory so Sub inventory packages will need to be chosen. Restore the order to the cart and choose Sub inventory or scan the item barcode in at the bottom of the page.

5.     Bag up the order and staple the fulfillment ticket to the bag.

6.     Save the order as a quote.

7.     Contact the customer to let them know their order is ready to pick up.

8.     When the customer arrives select restore to cart next to the order and complete the purchase.