# Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Distributors
What should a distributor do if parts aren't displaying on TrustedParts.com?
To make sure parts display properly, distributors should confirm the following:
If the distributor supplies its parts using a file feed, the parts must be included in the files supplied to TrustedParts.com. Or, if providing results to TrustedParts.com in real-time via an API service, the parts must be in the API response.
The manufacturer name supplied for the parts must be mapped to a TrustedParts.com manufacturer. Distributors can map manufacturers and review mappings using the TrustedParts.com Distributor Portal.
How does a distributor get a “Buy” button or “View” button to appear with their search results?
The distributor must provide TrustedParts.com with a unique URL (web link) for the product detail page. If the distributor indicates a quantity is in stock, then a “Buy” button will be displayed, otherwise a “View” button will be displayed. If a product detail URL is not provided by the distributor, neither a “Buy” nor a “View” button will appear in search results for that product.
What if a distributor cannot provide a unique URL (web link) for each product in its inventory feed?
The distributor may provide a link to a search page on its website with the product entered as the part number that is searched for. Alternately, the distributor may provide a link to a quote page on its website. TrustedParts.com should be notified if the distributor provides a link to a quote page on its website, and the text of the button can be changed to ”Quote” or “Contact”.