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I would like to update my extension (I updated magento 2.2.6 to 2.3.1 from composer but looks like the extension also need to be updated because it's not working and it should be compatible).
Then i try :

composer.phar update Firebear_ImportExport

also tried :

composer.phar update Firebear/ImportExport

both returned

Package "firebear_importexport" listed for update is not installed. Ignoring.

also tried :

composer.phar require Firebear/ImportExport

returned :

[InvalidArgumentException]
Could not find package Firebear/ImportExport.

Then I suppose I am not using the correct syntax, which syntax should I use ?

  • Is the extension under the vendor folder or app folder? if the app folder then composer will not be able to update that – Dava Gordon Sep 3 at 9:09
  • into app/code/firebear/importexport , then how should I do ? – SylwekFr Sep 3 at 9:29
  • As Dava says, if the extension was installed manually, composer won't update it, to know if you installed it with composer, the extension files should be under vendor/, otherways they will be in app/code/ – SantiBM Sep 3 at 9:29
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    You should download the latest version from the vendor website – SantiBM Sep 3 at 9:30
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    You would need to overwrite app/code/firebear/importexport content with the latest module version files and run bin/magento setup:upgrade. alternatively you can delete the module from app/code and run the following "composer require firebear/importexport" in your cli (without quotes) this will place the code in the vendor holder and then run setup upgrade – Dava Gordon Sep 3 at 9:40
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the package name is firebear/importexport... You can check your composer.json in an editor etc.

https://firebearstudio.com/blog/improved-import-magento-2-extension-manual.html#via_Composer

Cheers Jan

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Upgrading the extension via composer To upgrade the extension, navigate to your store root folder just as per instructions above and run the following commands:

composer update firebear/importexport

than

php bin/magento setup:upgrade

then

php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy -f

and

php bin/magento cache:clean
  • I also did that did composer.phar update firebear/importexport report Package "firebear/importexport" listed for update is not installed. Ignoring. – SylwekFr Sep 3 at 9:27
  • try to composer require "firebear/importexport:1.0.*" note : 1.0 mention your version. – Anas Mansuri Sep 3 at 9:31
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    or add manually in composer.json than run composer update – Anas Mansuri Sep 3 at 9:32
  • is it working ? – Anas Mansuri Sep 4 at 5:30
  • unfortunatly I don't have yet my login and passwork for firebeard si I have to wait for test – SylwekFr Sep 4 at 8:03
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The solution was to do a manual installation, it could also work with composer but anyway update is provided by the extension supplier and not automatic

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