When using Omnichannel Inventory (OCI):
Returns an instance of ProductAvailabilityLevels, where each available quantity represents a part of the input quantity.
Returns an instance of ProductAvailabilityLevels, where each available quantity represents a part of the input quantity. This method is typically used to display availability information in the context of a known order quantity, e.g. a shopping cart.
For example, if for a given product there are 3 pieces in stock with no pre/backorder handling specified, and the order quantity is 10, then the return instance would have the following state:
Product bundles are handled specially: The availability of product bundles is calculated based on the availability of the bundled products. Therefore, if a bundle contains products that are not in stock, then the bundle itself is not in stock. If all the products in the bundle are on backorder, then the bundle itself is backordered. If a product bundle has its own inventory record, then this record may further limit the availability. If a bundle has no record, then only the records of the bundled products are considered.
Product masters and product sets without an own inventory record are handled specially too: The availability is calculated based on the availability of the variants or set products. A product master or product set is in stock as soon as one of its variants or set products is in stock. Each product master or product set availability level reflects the sum of the variant or set product availability levels up to the specified quantity.
Product masters or product sets with own inventory record are handled like standard products. The availability of the variants or set products is not considered. (Such an inventory scenario should be avoided.)
Offline products are always unavailable and will result in returned levels that are all unavailable.