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Assigning Sources per Product

The information on this page is intended for Adobe Commerce 2.3 customers who are on an extended support contract. The Adobe Commerce Merchant Documentation for current releases is published on the Adobe Experience League.

Before modifying quantities and settings, you need to assign sources to the products.

Unassigning a source clears all quantity data. Reassigning a source can potentially cause issues with salable quantities, reservations, and pending orders. We recommend processing all orders prior to unassigning sources, or other source changes. You can also use new commands to detect and update reservations. See DevDocs Inventory CLI reference.

Assign sources to a product

  1. On the Admin sidebar, go to Catalog > Products.

  2. Open a product in Edit mode.

  3. Expand the Sources section.

    This section allows you to modify the source, update inventory quantities, and more.

    Currently, only Simple, Configurable, Virtual, Downloadable, and Grouped products support multiple sources. Bundle products can be created and managed with only the Default Source and Stock.

    Product Sources section

  4. To add a source, click Assign Sources.

  5. On the Assign Sources page, select the checkbox next to each source that you want to assign for the product.

    Product - assign sources Assign sources to the product

  6. Click Done to add the sources.

  7. Do one of the following to save:

    • Click Save.
    • On the Save (menu button) menu, choose Save & Close.

After assigning sources, update the inventory quantity for each product source.