It is possible to download a PurchaseOrder with the API ?

Hello,

We are facing difficulties integrating Quickbooks on our app.

Language : PHP
SDK used : https://github.com/intuit/QuickBooks-V3-PHP-SDK
Sandbox environment : FR


Entity we are facing the problem with: Purchase Order

When we are creating an invoice for a client, we have to send a purchase order to our supplier. Creation on those 2 PDF is not a problem but we have to send both PDF to client (invoince) and suplier (purchase order). Given the fact that we are sending the documents from our server, we have to download them on the latter.

For the invoice, we don't face any issue (via DownloadPDF method) but we can't do it with the purchase order.

We are able to use the "UI" to print it and send the purchase order via email mais the risk is for us to send one email per purchase order. As we have a marketplace model, our provider could receive a lot of emails.

Do you know any way to download a purchase order via your API?


Thanks for your help.
Best regards

Answer

You are in the wrong place on the internet for API questions.

You want this Other Forum:

Intuit Developer's forum


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