Fulfillments (Stitch X)

Fulfillments - Overview
Fulfillments commit stock; they are requests to ship all or some order line items from a specific location in a specific way. Shipments decrement stock; they are the resp...
Routing
Use routing rules to automatically steer channel order fulfillments toward completion. At its simplest, a fulfillment is routed to a warehouse. At its most advanced, rout...
Manually Splitting Orders
To minimize avoidable delays in shipping, split orders to fine-tune the fulfillment workflow. You can split orders into multiple fulfillments manually and on certain plan...
Locking
Once a fulfillment is picked up by your shipping solution, Stitch locks the order, prohibiting further changes to the order or its fulfillments. You can, however, suspend...
Status - Automatically Released for Shipment
Upon expiration of the Order Holding Period, fulfillable channel orders become Automatically Released for Shipment. The order has been made available on the API for picku...
Status - Scheduled for Release
Channel orders generate active fulfillments and enter the Order Holding Period with the status Scheduled for Release. The status card displays the hold period's expiratio...
Status - Backordered and Routable
Some or all line items on the fulfillment are not actively available in stock. This status is distinct from On Hold because adding stock will automatically make the fulfi...
Status - Unfulfillable
The fulfillment has not met the requirements for automatically routing to your shipping solution, and the reasons will be listed on the status card. They could include th...
Status - On Hold
Fulfillments that are On Hold will not route to your shipping solution until manually released. Fulfillments created by manual orders are On Hold by default. Click Relea...
Status - Manually Released to [Warehouse]
The Manually Released status indicates that a user on your account clicked Release and then confirmed their choice, making the fulfillment available on the API for pickup...