Get an inventory transfer report.
API returns a link to CSV file that contains the report.
To retrieve the documents (Inventory Transfers) themselves, see getInventoryTransfers.
|Parameter name||Description||Possible value||Required|
|type||Retrieve either a report of inventory transfers (actual movements that have taken place), or inventory transfer orders.|
Possible values are "TRANSFER", "TRANSFER_ORDER".
|dateStart||Date range filter.||ISO date (yyyy-mm-dd)||yes|
|dateEnd||Date range filter.||ISO date (yyyy-mm-dd)||yes|
|currencyCode||Currency code: EUR, USD.|
Setting this parameter will return a report where all sums have been re-calculated into specified currency. In other words, this is NOT a filter. In almost all cases, you will want the report in your account default currency, so it is recommended to omit this parameter.
The specified currency must be defined in Erply. If omitted, or an unknown currency code is provided, API uses your default currency.
|warehouseFromID||Filter inventory transfers by source location (warehouse, store).||Integer|
|warehouseToID||Filter inventory transfers by destination location (warehouse, store).||Integer|
|supplierID||Filter inventory transfers by supplier.||Integer|
|reportLink||String||Link to report file.
The report is a CSV file in "latin1" encoding. Fields are separated by semicolons and quoted with double quotes. The file has a header line (with standard column headers, for identifying which field contains which data) and a footer line (with totals). Here is a sample:
The escape character for literal quote characters is ", like in Microsoft Excel: "This ""word"" is quoted".
First line is a header line. Each column has a specific header identifier and you can use the headers to parse data out of the file. The last line in file is a total line, identified by the word "TOTAL" in line number column.
Report currently has the following columns, but new ones may be added in the future, so you should configure your CSV parser to extract information based on file headers.