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Like to note, that after implementing this correctly, Shopify check may still fail. If so, restart your app, "npm run dev". Then in another terminal do, "npm run shopify app deploy", to deploy the app to shopify.Doing this will make sure Shopify will...
I'm trying to make a progress bar with SSE. But I need to get the session id and then call the DB to get the clients progress to pass back. But when trying to get the session id  const { session } = await authenticate.admin(request) This error occurs...
Have you tried either of these?https://apps.shopify.com/product-options-w3https://apps.shopify.com/easify-product-options 
Thanks for the insight. I've managed to fix it. Turns out the variables just had to be wrapped with braces, ay ay ay, I spent to long with this.This is the solution. const variables = { first: 10, after: afterCursor } const response = await ...
To get all products, assuming the store doesn't have over 250 products. Theres a 250 product limit, so you'll have to loop to get all products.
Hey, I've tried that, unfortunately, same result. Is my code valid?
WITH VARIABLESWITHOUT VARIABLES : The result is the same the server gives from my code. That's why I believe that the inputted variables to the query aren't being used.
Apologies, post was made to wrong topic. https://community.shopify.com/c/graphql-basics-and/gql-query-won-t-use-variables-react-remix/m-p/2547478#M13084
When making a GQL Query with variables, the variables won't be used. Have I done something wrong? My code below:  import { authenticate } from "../shopify.server"; export const fetchAllProducts = async (request) => { try { const { admin ...
   import { authenticate } from "../shopify.server"; export const fetchAllProducts = async (request) => { try { const { admin } = await authenticate.admin(request); // let hasNextPage = true; let afterCursor = null; ...
Woah! That worked thanks, Liam!
Hello, I'm trying to change the tracking link on an order that was created by an app (Sellbrite). I'm using Python and the Shopify Python API Wrapper to make requests. https://github.com/Shopify/shopify_python_api  order = shopify.Order.find(1234...)...
@KetanKumar  It worked! Thank you so much, I hope you have a great week!
Hey @KetanKumar it's https://mainshop111.myshopify.com/ Password is cahffa I also couldn't find theme.css but instead theme.liqud
Hey! I see your still active on this thread and I was hoping you'd be able to help me as well, I'm using a Shopify theme forest store template which isn't made by shopify so the solutions you provided don't work with my template. I can no longer cont...
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