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I use magento 1.9 and i have a problem: I do changes in associated products (with saving in associated products) of a configurable product but none of changes is displayed frontent. If a do save in the configurable product then all changes of associated products are displayed in frontend. In admin i see the changes in associated product of configurable. Is that a magento feature? or nothing else?

Updated: Also i have another problem may be related with previous. I have an another shoes with sizes 38,39,40,41. After a customer order the stock of 38 is 0 (out of stock). I see that in admin. But in frontend 38 is in available option, but if someone choice it , a message dispayed that product size is out of stock. Then i go to admin and do save in that configurable product and then the size 38 disappeared in frontend.

May by i have problem with stock update and only with save in configurable products the stock become updated.

Any idea?

  • I dont understand exactly. Can you be more specific or provide a screenshot? – Reinsch Dec 23 '15 at 20:23
  • I have a shoe with available sizes 39,40,42. Size 41 is out of stock and isn't displayed in frontend (correct). Then enter configurable product in admin and in associated product tab , i enter in simple product with size 41 and change the stock (in stock) and do saving the simple associated product. Then i reload the frontend page of product but 42 isn't display. the size 41 was displayed only after i done saving at configurable product. Is that correct? – diego Dec 23 '15 at 20:44
  • Make sure product with size 42 in stock. Beacuse displayed in frontend only in stock associated options – Abdul Dec 24 '15 at 6:00
  • @Abdul Product with size 42 is in stock. But nothing is displayed before i do save in configurable product. The problem is that without saving in configurable product size 42 isn't displayed in frontend – diego Dec 24 '15 at 6:05
  • but product size 42 is already associated configurable product? – Abdul Dec 24 '15 at 6:16

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