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14 thoughts on “WooCommerce: Search Orders By SKU @ Admin”
Good morning, is it complicated to change from searching by SKU to order PRICE?
Hi Bartosz, it’s quite doable for a WordPress developer, shouldn’t be a problem
I’ve had this snippet in place for a few months now but it seems to have stopped working. Copied it and updated my snippet to make sure that it wasn’t a typo etc. Still, no luck.
All products have SKUs, whether a variation, subscription, regular product etc.
I’m also using the code snippets plugin, fyi.
Thanks again for your help!
Hi Jonathan that’s weird, the code it contains is very generic and nothing special. It should really work. Can you try on a different website maybe?
Hi – I need help with something similar – we have an Amazon module that imports the Amazon order IDs to wp_posts table (column: post_excerpt) – so I need a snippet that shows me results from this table / column when searching backend orders – so we can search for those Amazon order IDs in orders. Any help is highly appreciated… we haven’t get it working so far. Thanks!!
Hi Dasha, thanks so much for your comment! Yes, this is definitely possible, but I’m afraid it’s custom work. If you’d like to get a quote, feel free to contact me here. Thanks a lot for your understanding!
This is not working for me. I get nothing. I tried returning something else than $order_ids; but still gives me nothing. Any help? Latest woocommerce and wp versions.
Works for me. Do all products have a SKU?
Not working for me. My SKUs are setup in Product Variations. Maybe that’s why I still can’t search by SKU. Would you know how to modify the code that I can search the variation SKUs in Orders admin?
Try with this new version and let me know!
It’s working! Is there a way to filter manually made orders in the Orders page?
Hello Mat, thanks so much for your comment! Yes, this is definitely possible, but I’m afraid it’s custom work. If you’d like to get a quote, feel free to contact me here. Thanks a lot for your understanding!
The snippet works great. A quick question. How can I update this, so that it lists all items with a partial SKU?
Meaning, for example I have an SKU of LS14350-1 and LS14350-2.
Inputting LS14350 should output both.
Hi Sandtren, thanks for your feedback, I thought this worked for partial SKU as well. Did you test already?