Issue: DBminbuyout prices quickly become obsolete on high population servers and are inefficient at determining the current "live" prices of the AH. Especially after the release of 8.3, pricing data moves faster than the refresh rate of the TSM Desktop App. DBminbuyout values are only current at the time of the TSM app scan and do not reflect the current value. Incorrect pricing can negatively affect values used in crafting/shopping/auctioning/sniping formulas.
To summarize, TSM App scan DBminbuyout prices do not accurately represent minimum prices of a "live" AH. TSM users do not have a method to manually update DB pricing without doing it for each item individually.
Requested Functionality: Ability to conduct a shopping scan of the AH to gather current live AH price values and update pricing data contained in the DBminbuyout portion of the database. This feature was available in TSM3.
Incorporating this functionality would also be extremely beneficial in the event that Blizzard's AH API ever goes offline as it did during Legion. Lack of an AH API and means to scan the AH would cripple TSMs effectiveness to utilize accurate pricing.