Not showing out of stock items I am new to Drupal Commerce. can someone suggest me how to prevent items (with or without attributes) which are out of stock from displaying in the front-end? Thanks in advance.. Log in or register to post a comment. t.basak Posted: Dec 7, 2011 Comments Have you tried the stock commercestudy on December 7, 2011 Have you tried the stock module for Drupal Commerce? It will allow you to put an extra field in your product type, that you can enter how much stock of each item you have. Once it runs out, it can not be purchased and the add to cart button on such items will change to say out of stock http://drupal.org/project/commerce_stock Then to activate the stock module for which content type you want to use it on, you simply go to Stock management: Home » Administration » Store » Configuration » stock management and check the checkboxes under the heading "Enable stock management for these product types", that match your product types Then click the submit button and a stock input for stock count will show in each of your products that are part of a stock enabled product type Log in or register to post a comment. Have you tried the stock? t.basak on December 7, 2011 Hi commercestudy, thanks for responding.. I am already using commerce stock module. Currently for the items whose stock is zero, "out of stock" button is appearing. But my requirement is something specific. I do not want to display those items in the front-end whose stock is set as zero(0). Thanks in advance... Log in or register to post a comment. use rules to set the node as victheme on December 29, 2011 use rules to set the node as not published? Log in or register to post a comment. Disable the product (and use views) Randy Fay on December 30, 2011 The concept of "Disabled" for the product may be useful to you. It means not offered for sale, and the front end add-to-cart forms display "Not available" when the product is disabled. (Also, it is immediately removed from any carts). If you're using a view to present product nodes or products, you could also add a filter to the view that excludes disabled (or 0-stock) products. Log in or register to post a comment.