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Denotes questions related to CSV file management on Magento (import,export,creation,modification)

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Look into UTF-8 Encoding You should be able upon saving the MS Excel doc to use , instead of ; without any repercussions. I believe you can also provide an escape sequence or text delimiter such as " …
answered Jul 16 '14 by B00MER
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* UPDATE * Here is a another copy-pasta of a more bare bones PHP/SQL approach without Magento's layers of onions getting in the way. This script will take a CSV use the MySQL's built-in functions … to load and parse the CSV into a temporary table, where a single loop is performed to update product EAV tables accordingly. NOTES: Keep in mind other flags/observers won't be triggered without …
answered Dec 1 '14 by B00MER
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I believe you can find the information you need in Magento's user manual: There should be no need for any 3rd party modules to achieve such. http://docs.magento.com/m1/ce/user_guide/store-operation …
answered Nov 18 '15 by B00MER
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Magento 2.x even though its "supposed to be faster than Magento 1.x", the stack have doubled in size going from ~40 PHP files per request to ~80 PHP files to fulfill a single request, with the inclu …
answered Sep 11 '17 by B00MER
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linear read/write you may run into memory issues with other load/write methods. With the above said here is an example: (source Atwix.com) /** * Generates CSV file with product's list according … ) { $io = new Varien_Io_File(); $path = Mage::getBaseDir('var') . DS . 'export' . DS; $name = md5(microtime()); $file = $path . DS . $name . '.csv
answered Apr 1 '14 by B00MER