Inventory Management Guide overview

This guide is intended for administrators of Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source. It provides detailed information about enabling this module, including configuration and management of its features. It assumes a basic understanding of the core Commerce configuration, and functionality.

Inventory Management has two areas for administrators:

  • The Admin: Use this area to access the configuration UI and reporting.
  • The command-line interface: Use this tool to execute installation and backend configuration tasks.

This guide covers:

  • All Inventory Management-specific tasks that are done in the Admin.
  • All Inventory Management-specific tasks that are done using the command line

It does not cover the core capabilities of Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source.

Additional documentation

Documentation resource Description
Adobe Commerce 2.4 Merchant Documentation Merchant-focused documentation for both Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source
Services for Adobe Commerce Documentation Documentation to support a collection of services that help merchants integrate key components of their business with their store.
Commerce on Cloud Infrastructure Guide Step-by-step procedures for deploying Adobe Commerce on a managed, automated hosting Cloud platform.
Adobe Commerce 2.4 Operational Guides Systems documentation about the concepts, processes, tools, and best practices to develop, deploy, and maintain projects deployed on Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source platforms.
Adobe Commerce 2.4 Developer Documentation Developer-focused documentation used to build and customize Adobe Commerce or Magento Open Source

Developer information

Inventory Management is installed with Magento Open Source and Adobe Commerce, with all features enabled by default. For information about changes included in module releases, see the Release Notes. See Inventory Management in the developer documentation for details about module architecture, APIs, and algorithm customization.

Troubleshooting and support

If you need information or have questions that are not covered in this guide, use the following resources:

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