I understand in the Shopify api a product will always have 1 variant even if the end user doesn't setup variations in the admin panel. I need to be able to detect if the product coming back from rest API has 1 real variation OR just the default variation (used when a product does NOT have any variations)
What I am doing now is
//if we have more than 1 variation I know it is using real variations...But if an end user sets up a product with 1 variation I want to detect that also. So I check the title field NOT being Default Title if (count($result['product']['variants']) > 1 || $result['product']['variants']['title'] != 'Default Title')
This feels really hacky; but there isn't a field in the product rest api I can use.
yes.. I have the same problem. I am not sure if the words "Default Title" also works in other locations/languages. I mean, has a Chinese store the same "Default Title" for the default variation?. Not sure of this...
Were you able to find a better solution?
Thanks in advance!
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