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Can someone suggest me a script or the correct way to update products prices trought a csv file? I use Magento 1.9.1 and i have simples and configurables products

I have found the prices is stored in catalog_product_entity_decimal

Thank you very much

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You should take a look at Magmi (https://github.com/dweeves/magmi-git).

"Stolen" from magmis WIKI:

Magmi is a Magento Mass Importer developed as a magento DATABASE client, (ie not a magento extension) , that operates directly in SQL and is the result of a deep analysis of the Magento Database Model. The first magmi goal was catalog import & update.

it can create products or update an existing catalog and deal with HUGE data (Millions of products could be managed by magmi,but even above a few 1000’s , you’ll see the real difference with dataSlow)

Main Features

  • It provides decent speed compared to Dataflow (depending on server config & number of attributes, 70-100 rows/sec is standard magmi speed).
  • It supports Dataflow export CSVs file & also some enhanced CSV syntax for dealing with custom options import & media gallery import.
  • it works for multistore
  • It supports remote image urls for image related attributes (in this case, speed is affected by image download)
  • It also provides Generic SQL Datasource Plugin that enable getting data to be imported into magento from another legacy database instead of CSV.
  • Can handle configurables (through configurables plugin)
  • Can handle related, upsell & cross-sell (using Relater & upsell/cross-sell plugin)

UI

Magmi provides a Web UI for configuration & running, however,it can be called via cli for automation.

  • I have just take a look at your link, maybe with Magmi i need root access? i don't have root access – Ivan May 16 '17 at 15:03
  • There is no need for root acces. You can use the UI. – sv3n May 16 '17 at 15:04
  • Please upvote/accept if it works für you. Thanks :) – sv3n May 16 '17 at 15:09
  • Where i can find all the correct procedure to install Magmi to start working with it? – Ivan May 16 '17 at 15:16
  • Please take at look at the WIKI: wiki.magmi.org/index.php?title=Installing_Magmi – sv3n May 16 '17 at 15:18

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