When you import products to your Magento 2 store, often the ‘Price’ column from the file already includes VAT. However, if you want to sell products for their real price, how do you import such products?
Do you edit the imported table manually before the import? Ask your supplier to send you prices without VAT?
However, you sometimes cannot get prices without VAT. Your supplier sends you the file from their warehouse, and cannot control how the prices are printed. Or the ERP system sends a json file, which is hard to edit.
You can do it, specify VAT and have it deducted automatically with the Improved Import & Export extension for Magento 2. Below, I will tell you how to do it, in a few steps.
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While most of our readers are probably familiar with Improved Import & Export, SAP connector, and other tools and services that we provide to our partners, let’s say a few more words about MageMojo and its Stratus. Continue Reading
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B2B add-on is an additional module that works with Improved Import and Export extension for Magento 2. It allows you to import and export Magento 2 Commerce Entities, such as companies, shared catalogs and other.
1.3.3 (released 20.08.2021)
- Fixed issue with customer group not getting updated with the shared catalog group after importing shared catalog
By default, Shopware generates a standard sitemap, compresses it, and then caches it in the file system. Furthermore, your e-commerce website offers advanced support for shops with many products and categories when it comes to the sitemap. Shopware splits the corresponding file into several parts and lets you generate them in the background. Although there is no way to create a visitor sitemap, the index file is generated for SEO purposes. In the article below, we describe how to find Sitemap settings in Shopware 6. After that, you will discover several ways of managing your Shopware 6 sitemap. For more tech-savvy users, we provide a brief description of how to add custom sitemap entries in Shopware 6. Continue Reading
We continue sifting the endless StackExchange desert in an attempt to discover the most helpful discussion. This time, our attention has been captured by an export-related issue. Transferring customer data from Magento 2 has never been a problem. Unless you change something. In
Below, we shed light on how to fix the problem and export customers with custom attributes in Magento 2. We provide the solution from the StackExchange discussion. You will find a method that helped its author export customers with custom attributes from Magento 2. Note that it requires coding experience to be implemented. Thus, non-technical users won’t be able to satisfy similar business goals with this approach. Therefore, we also deliver an absolutely different way of transferring any custom buyer data from Magento 2 based on the Improved Import & Export module. The tool lets you work with any custom attributes and also delivers numerous other features that simplify data transfer processes.
In the following article, we continue our exploration of the SAP Business One MRP. Recently, we’ve defined the material requirements planning of SAP B1. Below, we describe how to prepare for the corresponding processes that take place in the ERP system. As you’ve probably guessed already, much of the preparations for an MRP run in SAP Business One take place through the normal routine of using the system. Initially, you need to prepare master data for such areas and entities as items, inventory, purchase orders, production orders, sales orders, bills of material, forecasts, etc. Next, keep all the related information up to date, and MRP will gift you with an accurate view of your requirements. Continue Reading
Since Magento 2 import and export are complex processes that require additional knowledge and skills, it is hard to cover all their nuances in a single article. Therefore, you can find dozens of materials dedicated to Magento 2 data transfers in our blog. To simplify your interactions with all these publications, we’ve gathered them in this guide list. Below, you will find articles related to Magento 2 import and export processes divided into the following groups: General import instructions, Magento 2 product import, Additional import entities, other articles. We describe the native data transfer solutions as well as shed light upon the core alternatives. You will find out how to automate import/export processes, transfer data from external systems, use Google Sheets and other platforms to move data files from, leverage APIs in import and export processes, etc. By default, Magento 2 offers quite scarce data transfer solutions, especially when it comes to the Open Source version. However, you can easily enhance the basic functionality. Read the corresponding materials listed below to discover the most reliable ways to get fully featured import/export instruments.
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