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I am updating around 2500 product prices and I thought I can simply use the import/export function from Magento.

What I´ve done is an export of all products, updated the .csv file and now I want to import all the products again, in small batches of 200-300 products. For the export I only used the "SKU" and "price" and thats all what I want to import again also.

I´ve used my dev instance to do a test and it worked fine for all 2500 products, besides the fact that it took really long.

Now before I want to use it on my live instance I was wondering if there is anything missing or if anything could go wrong the way i do it. I´m thinking about Flat Catalog data or will this be ok?

  • Are you exporting all attributes or only price attribute? – lloiacono Feb 29 '16 at 14:18
  • I´ve updated my question, but I only use SKU and price – Klettseb Feb 29 '16 at 14:31
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    Indexes should be invalid after importing. Be ready to run the re-indexing as soon as you finish importing. – Prateek Feb 29 '16 at 15:08
  • What effects will that have? – Klettseb Feb 29 '16 at 15:39
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I uploaded the .csv file and after that re-indexed all Indexes and then it was working as expected and the prices were updated so all good. So I recommend

1) Make sure your .csv file is consistent

2) Make a test run on your development site with re-indexing after the upload

3) Do the same steps on the live system, shouldn´t take too long for a few products, and I have split up my 3000 products in 3 parts so 1k products each time.

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