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I can't find where I can export on import CSV files in the shopcart. Do I have to add a module to have that feature? If it is part of the base software please point me in the right directin to find it. Thanks

 

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the oscommerce software I am trying to work with is provided by my hosting service. Is there a way I can determine the version number of the one they are providing me?

 

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I have precisely the same question, so was very disappointed to find that nobody bothered to answer yours. My server has the most current version (2.2 Candidate 2a), but there is not an export module that I can find. I looked one up in the add ons, but it was in French and I don't speak it well enough to follow the instructions.

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I believe most people use the "Easy Populate" contribution for this type of data exchange.

If I suggest you edit any file(s) make a backup first - I'm not perfect and neither are you.

 

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I can't find where I can export on import CSV files in the shopcart. Do I have to add a module to have that feature? If it is part of the base software please point me in the right directin to find it. Thanks

 

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the oscommerce software I am trying to work with is provided by my hosting service. Is there a way I can determine the version number of the one they are providing me?

 

Thanks again

You can do this without installing a contribution just by using phpMyAdmin which is most likely already installed on your server by your host.

 

:thumbsup: The following thread goes in pretty good detail on the subject:

 

Export / Edit and Import an Excel CSV via phpmyadmin, Piece of cake - import products prices etc from a csv

http://www.oscommerce.com/forums/index.php?sho...172479&st=0

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You can do this without installing a contribution just by using phpMyAdmin which is most likely already installed on your server by your host.

 

:thumbsup: The following thread goes in pretty good detail on the subject:

 

Export / Edit and Import an Excel CSV via phpmyadmin, Piece of cake - import products prices etc from a csv

http://www.oscommerce.com/forums/index.php?sho...172479&st=0

 

Thanks, this looks like it will be very helpful. I will give it a try. thanks again.

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After I looked at the module(s) for import/export, I decided the same thing - it is easier to just use the PHP admin tool :thumbsup:

Of course, if I ever expect the customer I am designing this for to run the application himself, perhaps I should setup the module - something to consider.

Maureen Gamble

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