Import Manufacturers

Last modified by MagePsycho on Fri, May 27, 2011 16:53
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Import Manufacturers: <br /> Sometimes it’s really a overhead when dealing with large number of manufacturers. In such case what you can follow the following simple steps for the import of manufacturers: 1> Create a file in the root of magento dir: manufacturer_import.php<br /> 2> Write the following code there:<br />

  1. <?php
  2. require_once 'app/Mage.php';
  3. umask(0);
  4. Mage::app('default');
  5. $_manufacturers = file('manufacturers.txt');
  6. $_attribute =  Mage::getModel('eav/entity_attribute')->loadByCode('catalog_product', 'manufacturer');
  7. $manufacturers = array('value' => array(), 'order' => array(), 'delete' => array());
  8. $i = 0;
  9. foreach($_manufacturers as $_manufacturer){
  10.     $i++;
  11.     $manufacturers['value']['option_' . $i] = array($_manufacturer);
  12. }
  13. $_attribute->setOption($manufacturers);
  14. try{
  15.     $_attribute->save();
  16.     echo 'Manufacturer successfully imported';   
  17. }catch(Exception $e){
  18.     echo 'Import Error::'.$e->getMessage();   
  19. }

<br /> 3> Note i have used manufacturers.txt in the root dir with the values of manufacturers in newline format. For example:<br /> Dell<br /> Toshiba<br /> Sony<br /> Fujitsu<br /> ... and so on<br /> You can also use array instead. But above techniques comes into handy when you have hundreds of manufacturers.<br /> 4> Simply run from browser:<br /> http://my-magento-store/import_manufacturer.php<br /> 5> You are done.<br /> Note: Don’t repeat 4 unless you delete those values from backend manually.<br />

Todo: Skip the import for existing values.<br />

Thanks

MagePsycho 2011/03/16 05:04

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