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What I'm trying to accomplish:

I have 2 types of products.

  1. Rental cars
  2. Rental companies (of those cars)

When comparing rental cars I want to show the rental cars attributes but also the attributes of its rental company.

So what I did was:

I added a dropdown attribute in rental cars with the rental companies so that I can make a connection between the two.

In logical terms it should be something like this: When rental car attribute X = 'Rent-A-Car', then display attributes of rental company 'Rent-A-Car'.

To be exact: The rental cars and the rental companies both have different attribute sets.

I believe this is doable but after days of trying I'm stuck. Anybody?


EDIT

What I have pulled of myself so far is this:

        <?php
        $product = Mage::getModel('catalog/product')->load($provider_id);
        $attributes = $product->getAttributes();

        foreach ($attributes as $attribute)
        {
            if ($attribute->getIsVisibleOnFront())
            {
                $attributeCode = $attribute->getAttributeCode();
                $label = $attribute->getFrontend()->getLabel($product);    
                $value = $attribute->getFrontend()->getValue($product);

                echo '<tr class="product-shop-row">';    
                echo '<th>' . $label . '</th>';

                foreach ($items as $_item)
                {
                    echo '<td>' . $value . '</td>';    
                }

                echo '</tr>';
            }
        }
    ?>

I get the right attributes and the right attribute values but only from the first product in the list. The other compare products always have exactly the same values.

I believe I nead a sort of 'foreach product' but I don't know how :(

  • Create Separate attribute and then assign what attribute you need particular attribute set – Magento 2 Oct 27 '15 at 19:05
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It seems like you are on the right path. Where are you getting stuck?

Be sure to use ids instead of names. You can write an observer to add a "rental company" attribute each time one of those product types is added, but to start I would manually create one of these entries for each company.

Attribute "Rental Company" ("Name" => "Entity Id") "Hertz" => "1", "XYZ" => "23", "Enterprise" => "12"

The id should be the id of your rental car company product. Once you have that id, then you can load the company product and access it's attributes.

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I think this is bad scheme, u should use category for rental cars company, but if u want make link u can use magento link like related products. After that u should change code compare page. U should add method which load product by link in block and after it add in template.

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