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I just updated to 2.3.0 and when i try to open any category page -> instead of filters i'm getting "Compare products" and "My wishlist" + . instead of product list getting message "We can't find products matching the selection."

How can i solve/investigate this question???

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    Reindex & clear cache – simonthesorcerer Feb 27 '19 at 15:43
  • i tried, it's not solving – dukir Feb 27 '19 at 15:44
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Depending on the version you upgraded from it might be a missing stock source/default. Can't check right now but you should find two menu entries under shops or system.

Edit:

With Magento 2.3 a new feature called Multi Source Inventory was introduced. After an upgrade from a prior version you need to set a source and a default stock. So the settings I mentioned can be found under Stores > Inventory > Sources. Here you need to configure a source. Under Stores > Inventory > Stocks you need to apply default stock to your website.

It may also require a reindex.

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In Category Enable Anchor in Display Setting.

 Enable Anchor Tag

In Attribute set Filter with Results in Use in Layered Navigation.

Attribute

And then reindex it. Hope it will work.

  • No, it's not. These steps are dont, but not solve this – dukir Feb 28 '19 at 12:48
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Run this command to fix the issue php bin/magento indexer:reindex

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You have to recreate the inventory_Stock_1 view in Database. You can make it happen with an query (like this);

CREATE OR REPLACE VIEW inventory_stock_1 AS select distinct legacy_stock_status.product_id AS product_id, legacy_stock_status.website_id AS website_id, legacy_stock_status.stock_id AS stock_id, legacy_stock_status.qty AS quantity, legacy_stock_status.stock_status AS is_salable, product.sku AS sku from ( cataloginventory_stock_status legacy_stock_status join catalog_product_entity product on (( legacy_stock_status.product_id = product.entity_id )));

After that, you have to reindex Magento: php bin/magento indexer:reindex

Now all should be displayed and looks fine.

Hope it helps.

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