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I'm trying to display the bundled product in the category product list on the frontend even when the simple product it concists of is out of stock. I only want to hide the add to cart button.

I've looked into changing the Mage_Bundle_Model_Product_Type class to return true on the stock check but that is not really a solution.

Is there a way to do this in a clean way either trough settings or by extending as little core code as possible?

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You could create some method in one of the helpers

public function isBundleAvailable($_product) {
    $bundle = Mage::getModel('catalog/product')->load($_product->getId());
    $selectionCollection = $bundle->getTypeInstance(true)->getSelectionsCollection(
        $bundle->getTypeInstance(true)->getOptionsIds($bundle), $bundle
    );
    $items = array();

    foreach($selectionCollection as $option) {        
        $isAvailable = $option->getStockItem()->getIsInStock();
        if (!$isAvailable) {
            return false;
        }
    }
     return true;
}

Then in template you could use something like that:

<?php if (Mage::helper('my_module')->isBundleAvailable($_product)): ?>
    <?php //display add to cart button
<?php endif ?>
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The bundled product should be visible when you have the option: System > Configuration > Inventory > Stock Options > Display Out of Stock Products set to Yes. All out of stock products are listed but you have no Add to Cart button.

  • already tried that and it doesn't work for bundle products – adrian.robert.onac Feb 7 '13 at 12:35
  • It's working for me on a plain 1.7 install with the test data. – Vladimir Kerkhoff Feb 12 '13 at 20:42

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