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I'm trying to pull a list of all products that are not in categories via php-myadmin, is this possible? What is the best way to go about doing this?

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This SQL query will give you a list of all "uncategorized" skus:

select sku 
from catalog_product_entity as e 
left join catalog_category_product as cat 
    on e.entity_id = cat.product_id where  category_id is null

EDIT: If you want to fetch more data, you need to pick it up from proper EAV tables, here is a basic sample demonstrating the principle:

set @name_attribute_id =  (SELECT attribute_id FROM  `eav_attribute` INNER JOIN `eav_entity_type` ON entity_type_code = 'catalog_product' AND  eav_entity_type.entity_type_id = `eav_attribute`.entity_type_id where attribute_code in ('name'));

select sku, created_at, updated_at, name_table.value as product_name
from catalog_product_entity as e 
left join catalog_category_product as cat 
    on e.entity_id = cat.product_id 
left join catalog_product_entity_varchar as name_table 
    on e.entity_id = name_table.entity_id and name_table.attribute_id = @name_attribute_id
where category_id is null
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  • thanks so much! This indeed worked great! If I also wanted to pull up the products name, date created, and date of last updated what would I have to add? Commented Oct 9, 2013 at 16:48
  • Check out my updated answer. This is real magento-sql-geek stuff :P Commented Oct 9, 2013 at 17:01
  • you are amazing! Thank you! Excuse my "n00bness" but when I entered in your entire snippet nothing was happening. When I entered in the code starting at "select sku" (from the second code snippet you pasted) it brought up a list of everything correctly except for the product names come up "NULL". Am I doing something wrong? Commented Oct 9, 2013 at 17:12
  • Looks like your phpMyAdmin configuration doesn't allow multiple queries per request so we can't make use of variable \@name_attribute_id. A workaround is: 1) run first query without "set \@name_attribute_id =", just select 2) figure what your "name" attribute id 3) run your second query with substituting @name_attribute_id by the real attribute_id Commented Oct 9, 2013 at 17:31
  • Thanks so if my name attribute was 71 I would run something like: set 71 = (SELECT attribute_id FROM eav_attribute INNER JOIN eav_entity_type ON entity_type_code = 'catalog_product' AND eav_entity_type.entity_type_id = eav_attribute.entity_type_id where attribute_code in ('name')); Commented Oct 9, 2013 at 18:00

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