Support » Plugin: WP Webhooks » Change Woocommerce order status

  • Resolved vievioor


    Is it possible to change the status of the Woocommerce order? I use CRM and, for example, if I change the stage in CMR, I would like the order status to change from processing to completed. Is it possible by your plugin and zapier?

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  • Plugin Author Ironikus


    Hey @vievioor – thank you a lot for reaching out!
    Yes, this is possible with our plugin, but only with the Pro version (for now), since you need the webhook to update posts.

    To tell you more on how it would work: You will be able to define a new argument within your webhook request called “post_status” – If you set it to “wc-complete”, it will set the order to complete.

    In case you want more information on that, feel free to reach out at any time!

    Hello, I posted in another thread a moment ago.

    Is there any chance you can post a dummy example of full Woocommerce Order Object that is returned as JSON. Either here, or on your website.

    My other posts just a moment ago relates somewhat to this request. The big issue we have is whether the Dokan Multi-vendor JSON data is also included as part of the Woocommerce Order Object. We need that information to tie into our standalone application that operates outside of the WordPress Database, but resides on the same server. In the future it may not reside on the same server. We will also have login, registration and HASH passing of login details with various forms most likely with registration on our applications website because the password HASH string is different from WordPress.

    And finally, we are using the Woodmart Theme (very popular) with Dokan inside. I have refrained from links to avoid keyword flags that block my post. They links are very easy to find. They are very popular themes and plugins.

    Finally, we are full stack coders. So, we don’t pepper plugin builders for support. Seeing a WooCommerce Order Object and the JSON string that WP Webhooks returns is probably our first step to see if we will be able to use your tool. A generic Woocommerce will help, but there is a Dokan Lite version that probably is not a waste of your time to install and test. There are a lot of users with that plugin.


    Plugin Author Ironikus


    Hey @enduser670 – thank you for your message.

    Can you tell me about which webhook trigger/action you are talking?
    Our plugin basically only integrates actions such as creating a Woocommerce Order, Customer, Subcription, … on your website.

    For webhook triggers, Woocommerce offers their own functionality which you can check out here:

    In case you talk about parsing the Woocommerce object within the response of a webhook action call. you can modify the response easily using the native Woocommerce REST API:

    Hope this helps.
    If you have further questions, feel free to reach out at any time.

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