Quick fixes for Magento Marketplace submissions, installation, and dependencies
3.4.0 (released 11.06.2020)
Image import transferred to PRODUCT QUEUE (only for Magento 2.2 Commerce and 2.3 Open Source and Commerce versions) – Improved Import will use RabbitMQ if installed, or DB queue, to import images after the products are imported
Enabled Cache Products – for ‘Products’ entity you can now enable caching by row. If new rows are added to the file, or existing rows changed, only the new and changed rows will be imported. Row hashes are cached.
Major import speed improvements for ‘Products’ entity
Import categories with ‘entity_id‘ attribute as identifier – to import categories per store view with different languages, names, and paths
Full support of Magento 2.3.5
Improvement to uploader class for image.
Fixed issue with ‘Attribute’ entity import with the ‘Append’ behavior
Fixed issue with mapping of the ‘Order’ entity attributes
Fixed issue with logging import jobs when Email Notifications are enabled
Fixed issue with ‘Customers and addresses’ entity files not validating properly before import
Fixed issue with importing configurable products with custom logic, when links to images refer to store root
Fixed issue where during ‘Only update’ behavior URLs for products that have already been created were re-generated automatically if url_key attribute in the import table was empty
Fixed issue where bundle products were missing from the frontend after re-importing the same file
Fixed issue with ‘Cart Price Rules’ entity, where ‘Replace’ behavior has been adding new rules
Fixed issue with ‘Reviews’ entity, where after re-importing file ratings have been doubled at the frontend
Fixed issue with ‘Orders’ entity, where order totals were missing after re-importing a file without full attribute list
FireBear keeps building up Improved Import and Export with powerful updates. Stay focused as with version 3.3.0 of the extension we introduce a long-awaited export of Magento 2 data to Google Sheets. The feature implementation marks the completion of the full-cycle Magento 2 and Google Sheets synchronization project. Now you are able to both import and export files from the source and arrange a highly manageable workflow.
We’ve started a new project aimed at improving the default Magento 2 import/export functionality. Although this process is significantly refined now, it still lacks some important features; therefore we are working on this Magento 2 extension. We have the aim to build a multi-purpose solution.
Improved Import extension for Magento 2 provides a possibility to import your CSV, XML, Json, XLSX, ODS files with products data and product images to Magento 2 from a remote FTP server, Dropbox, Google Sheets, a direct URL of a source file, supports dedicated categories import, Rest and Soap APIs, on fly import of product attribute values, import/export cron jobs and more!
Catalog Price Rules is a sales booster that allows running price-focused campaigns based on the discounts for products with particular attributes and their combinations. Being a native marketing tool, Catalog Price Rules are extremely user-friendly to set up. However, like any other separate entity, the functionality presents its specifics when it comes to importing. The details are carefully noted in the article below.
Saving time is a priority when we deal with database updates. The most beneficial solution in the situation is to find an adequate method and tool that will reduce the number of backend actions and prevent errors and duplication.
In this guide, we will explore which processes can be used within Magento 2 to add new data to the one previously transferred without running countless imports and exports or recreating a whole new database.
If you have an Excel file (XLS or XLSX) with data that should be imported to Magento 2, you’ve come to the right place. Although the e-commerce platform supports neither XLS nor XLSX by default, we know how to achieve your goal. The following article describes the most user-friendly way of Magento 2 Excel files import.Continue Reading
By default, Magento 2 provides limited capabilities when it comes to data import. They are enough for satisfying basic demands, but what if a more complex tas must be solved? For instance, you need to import JSON files to Magento 2. Unfortunately, this opportunity is available neither in Magento 2 out-of-the-box nor most third-party extensions. But below, we shed light on how to import JSON to Magento 2.Continue Reading
Bundle products in Magento 2 are one of the several complex product types. Such products let customers create their own products from the available variants and “bundle” their own set.
In this guide, we will show you how to create bundle products and how to import such products to Magento 2 catalog.
Magento 2 Configurable products are difficult yet essential. And if you are reading this article, you probably get this statement straight: to sell complex products with multiple attributes you need to use Configurable Products. In this article, we will try to cover all aspects of the Configurable Products. Including such topics as what is it, how to start, how to import configurable products to your store, and how to make the most of available enhancements. Without further ado, let’s dive into it.
Another import feature that isn’t available in Magento 2 by default is mapping. Neither the native migration tool, nor many third-party solutions offer this functionality. As a result, import processes become hard to implement or have nothing to do with precision. But we know how to fix the problem and apply custom CSV mapping for Magento 2 import. Continue Reading