Last updated July 9th, 2020
Once you have your order routing finalized, you may want to check to see if your dropship or in-house items are being handled correctly by Jetti. For example, check to see if a dropship provider successfully receives their notification.
By default, Jetti only imports paid orders. This is so your dropship providers or in-house teams don't ship items not yet paid for. If needed, you can disable this within the order processing tab under the Integrations section.
If you are using a live store, you likely don't want to enable this setting. So, you'll need to create a paid order. To avoid paying for orders at checkout and incurring a charge on your credit card, you can instead create a draft order.
To create a draft order on Shopify, your need to do the following:
In the case that you want to test an order with an existing vendor in Jetti, you can do so by placing an order with a dropship provider and seeing if it gets correctly routed to Jetti. Do keep in mind that these tests will be reflected in the vendor’s store as real orders, and should therefore be canceled afterwards.
Here are some tips on testing orders with existing vendors: