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    Detailed Sales Recording

    With the exclusion of Beancounter I can't locate an addon which provides a high level amount of sales data, dates, quantities, buyers in a searchable format. I'm trying to identify sales trends, better management inventory, and reduce crafting time by having enough, if not more than, to make it through a solid week.

    Suggestions?
    Last edited by Incarnate; March 20th, 2011 at 04:58 AM. Reason: title goof

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    Dont think you looked that hard but here it is

    http://consortium.stormspire.net/sho...hlight=mysales

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    I have MySales, and have had for quite some times. What is searchable about it? Fingering through a list sorted by date, seller, quantity, or item name isn't my idea of efficient. But thanks for the short, and less than welcoming response.

    edit... Furthermore, the inability to show how many (stack size) sold per auction doesn't really fit the "Detailed" descriptor in the title.
    Last edited by Incarnate; March 20th, 2011 at 05:29 AM.

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    About the best you will get , used to be an awsome excel spreadsheet called Wow Sales Report but not been updated and is broke , which is a shame becuase it was awsome maybe someone will pick it up and fix it , but apart from that there is nothing else, was talk of TSM adding it , not sure how far off that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Incarnate View Post
    I'm trying to identify sales trends, better management inventory, and reduce crafting time by having enough
    You should check out "Inventorium", and when it comes to MySales, I find it very useful to determine what sell well. The fact that the stacksize doesn't show, is just a matter of deducting from experience what the stacksize might have been. I only use Beancounter to determine what expires a lot @ ah, to adjust my regular listings.

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    Im on my third attempt at using IM. The problem with IM is because Im using TSM Im following the wave of the market, so when it show 0/40 out of stock on some potions it may be because they're not profitable. And because Im a nut, I cant stand seeing 0s

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    I found that BeanCounter was missing a lot of data, if I *rushed* through my mail, or didn't let it scan properly. A lackluster solution.

    I personally crawl the online WoW AH and record all my sales to a database, which I can sort and filter however I want. There is potential for a script that could scan the WoW Armory and then put it an Excel spreadsheet. I know Erorus from TUJ was working on a Greasemonkey script that would do something like that...

    EDIT: How to import MySales data into Excel: http://consortium.stormspire.net/sho...ata-into-Excel
    Last edited by Deomitrus; March 27th, 2011 at 10:13 PM.