Always put stock on 1?

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    • #87727

      Is there a possibility that the stock is always at 1? Even if the inventory is deactivated?

      I would like to open a marketplace in which the products can be sold only once. They have to be virtual. You sent me this code:, which works great. But I am always shown that the product is not in stock. Maybe you can give me a code that always sets the inventory to 1?

      Thank you

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      Add this code to your site –

      add_filter( 'wcfm_product_fields_stock', function( $stock_fields, $product_id, $product_type ) {
      	if( !$product_id ) {
      		if( isset( $stock_fields['manage_stock'] ) ) {
      			$stock_fields['manage_stock']['dfvalue'] = 'enable';
      		if( isset( $stock_fields['stock_qty'] ) ) {
      			$stock_fields['stock_qty']['value'] = 1;
      		if( isset( $stock_fields['sold_individually'] ) ) {
      			$stock_fields['sold_individually']['dfvalue'] = 'enable';
      	$stock_fields = wcfm_hide_field( 'manage_stock', $stock_fields );
      	$stock_fields = wcfm_hide_field( 'stock_status', $stock_fields );
      	$stock_fields = wcfm_hide_field( 'stock_qty', $stock_fields );
      	$stock_fields = wcfm_hide_field( 'backorders', $stock_fields );
      	$stock_fields = wcfm_hide_field( 'sold_individually', $stock_fields );
        return $stock_fields;
      }, 50, 3 );

      Add this code to your child theme’s functions.php
      In case you do not have child theme then add code using this plugin –¬†

      Thank You

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