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Global Settings

Stores > Settings > Configuration > Sales Channels > Global Settings

General


Sales Channel Settings
Field Descriptions

Field

Scope

Description

Show Dashboard Chart

Global

Options:

Yes: (Default) Choose when you want the Revenue section to display on the store’s dashboard. If set to “Yes,” the Revenue section displays a graphical representation for the store’s revenue for the last 7 or 30 days.

No: Choose when you do not want the Revenue section to display on the store’s dashboard.

Clear Log History

Global

Options:

Once Daily: Select this option to clear your store’s activity history once daily.

Once Weekly: Select this option to clear your store’s activity history once weekly.

Once Monthly: (Default) Select this option to clear your store’s activity history once monthly.

Background Tasks (CRON) Source

Global

Select Magento CRON in the drop-down. This tells Amazon Sales Channel to used your Magento Cron settings to determine communication and data sync intervals with Amazon Seller Central.

Enable Debug Logging

Global

Select Enabled to collect additional synchronization data when troubleshooting is needed.

This option is disabled by default and should only be enabled when needed for troubleshooting, as continued logging will negatively impact performance. If enabled for troubleshooting, it should be disabled when complete.

Amazon Sales Channel logging is written to the {Magento Root}/var/log/channel_amazon.log file and can be viewed in developer mode.