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Currently client systems are subscribed to supply change and demand change events from IV over webhooks to reflect inventory buckets for client front end needs. For any missing events due to any reason, there is no functionality in IV to retrigger the current inventory buckets picture over webhook unless there is a quantity change when source system sends the inventory updates for that item to IV. If there is no change in inventory quantity between source and IV, no inventory events will be triggered from IV. This leaves a gap/inventory discrepancy between IV and subscribing systems so there is a need to have a sync process for supply /demand buckets for an item.
when there is inventory discrepancy is identified between source, IV and subscribing systems, this process can be used to sync between IV and subscribing systems. Currently, client had to force zero out the inventory and resend the inventory buckets to generate the missing events.
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When there is inventory discrepancy is identified between source, IV and subscribing systems, this process can be used to sync between IV and subscribing systems. Currently, client had to force zero out the inventory and resend the inventory buckets to generate the missing events.
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