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i'm sorry everybody. today i've been trying to implement this "collection_id", and it's not working at all. it turns out, half of everything i've said in this thread is WRONG and only adds confusing noise. i think of myself as a good developer, but s...
in addition to "quantityAvailable" throwing that error, i am also getting an error for "totalInventory" on a products(query) Access denied for totalInventory field. Required access: `unauthenticated_read_product_inventory` access scope.
i just discovered that "collection_id" is a valid product query filter param. this saved my bacon.it's supposed to be documented here, but it's not.i literally found this by randomly guessing, and i'm not joking.{ products( first: 10 query:...
oh dear. for reasons that are entirely beyond me, for some reason my `products(query)` is now working in my graphiql explorer. the exact same query that before, was not working -- is now working. i don't know if the API is being sporadic, or if somet...
hey, i just ran into this same problem. i can use `availableForSale` to determine if a variant is out of stock -- but this bums me out because i was excited to do "only 2 left in stock!", but it looks like that's not possible due to this bug 
i do however, regret to report, that as far as i can tell: it is impossible to run a product query within a specific collection (let alone within a set of collections). rather than relying on docs, i had a much better time finding ground-truth by dir...
yes, surprise surprise -- shopify, under the hood, is revealed to be an abomination. i encountered the same issue and this thread while building my typescript library shopify-shepherd, which is a replacement for the official shopify-buy sdk -- here's...
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