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This is going to be a really difficult task. As your product IDs are different you can't import from db using direct SQL. Therefore you are going to have to programmatically create orders. If you are programmatically creating orders the products have to exist. Also you have to have a payment and shipping method available for import. This will get you ...


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Free Extension You Got Value in $data Array Like This :- $data[0] = id $data[1] = email $data[2] = type $data[3] = customer first name $data[4] = customer last name $data[5] = status $data[6] = website $data[7] = store $data[8] = store view


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1.Remove Whitespace before (start) <?php and after (end) ?> 2.Put ob_start(); at top and ob_end_flush(); at end of the script <?php ob_start(); // code ob_end_flush(); ?>


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It seams the selected answer from @ruuter is now not right any more. I use Magento 2.3.2 and I tried the Import for only 1 Store like: sku,store_view_code,name 1111,et,"Translated name" and selected "Add/Update" as "Import Behavior". It only updated the storeview data leaving the other stores and the default value as it is. Maybe the old behavior was a bug,...


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You have change function generateForGlobalScope in file ProductUrlRewriteGenerator.php as below . It is working for me with Magento 2.3.2 <?php /** * Copyright © 2015 Magento. All rights reserved. * See COPYING.txt for license details. */ namespace HE\UrlkeyRewrite\Model; use Magento\Catalog\Model\Product; use Magento\CatalogUrlRewrite\Model\Product\...


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that solution didn't work for me, however i had to create a class that extends from: \Magento\ImportExport\Model\Import\Entity\AbstractEntity and then override the method _saveValidatedBunches , there is a line of code (411): $skuSet[$rowData['sku']] = true; so, I replaced that line by: if (array_key_exists('sku', $rowData)) { $skuSet[$rowData['sku']]...


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default Magento has strict requirements for the file structure, including column names. so if you have custom ones, the third-party tool like store manager might be a solution for you. you can simply map custom columns to the database fields at one of the import steps


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