Setup and Configuration

Once you have let Logicbroker know that you'd like to integrate with Magento, you will receive access to our Magento extension. This can be installed by extracting the files into the root Magento directory on your server.

After the extension has been installed, you will see a new Logicbroker tab appear on the Configuration page. There are two configuration tabs for the Logicbroker extension: API Connection and Options.

Configuring the API Key

Now that you have the Logicbroker extension installed, you need to configure it with your Logicbroker API key before it can communicate with the Logicbroker system. This API key can be generated and found in the Logicbroker Portal. When you add your API key to the configuration, it will automatically test the connection for you, so you can see immediately if there are any problems.


There are separate API keys associated with your staging and production environments. Be sure to match the API key with the proper API endpoint.


We recommend you start out with your staging environment. Once you've tested everything in the staging environment, switching over to production is as easy as using your production API key and changing the API endpoint to "Production".

Bundle Item Configuration

Under the Options tab in the Logicbroker extension configuration, you have the option of including any top-level bundle items on your order. You can change this any time to suit your needs. Regardless of your choice, items within the bundle will always be included.

 That's it! The extension is ready to go.


There are four cron jobs in the Logicbroker extension: SendOrders, PullShipments, PullAcks, and PullInventory. By default, PullInventory runs every hour on the hour, and the other three run every 15 minutes. If you would like to adjust these, you can use a scheduler or directly edit the configuration file: 


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