Synchronising WooCommerce with my provider's API


I’m new to Make and I don’t know if I can do this correctly.

I want to sync my car parts supplier’s API with WooCommerce and I’m trying to map the data it gives me.

I have 3 different endpoints with product categories that returns me a list of subcategories.

“Id”: “111”,

I have another endpoint that gives me information on the PRODUCTS PER SUBCATEGORY and it gives me this information

“ID”: “111.01AF001",
“Price”: “50",
“Stock”: “23",
“image”: “0”

I have created 3 HTTP requests with which I get the list of the subcategories and then I do a JSON Parse to organize the data in each of them. It works fine and I get an Array with all the subcategories but now my problem arises.

Whatever I have tried afterwards (Array Agregator or Iterator) only give me the first position of that Array.

My idea is to have a complete list of subcategories to pass them to Airtable or directly create the products in WooCommerce.

Anyone who can give me a clue where the problem is or where I can follow?


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