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Re: Import Variant Priceby
ePillars Systems LLC, Shawn Varghese
I forgot to mention - this needs to be imported into the product.attribute.price model, which I guess does not show as a menu by default. So you might have to first create a menu for that model and then import from there.
On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 2:41 PM, Shawn Varghese <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You can try importing it like this:
Product Template Product Attribute Value Price Extra Fresh Fruit Juice S 0 Fresh Fruit Juice M 3 Fresh Fruit Juice L 5 Fresh Lemonade S 0 Fresh Lemonade M 3 Fresh Lemonade L 5 Freshly-Squeezed Orange Juice S 0 Freshly-Squeezed Orange Juice M 3 Freshly-Squeezed Orange Juice L 5 Iced Tea S 0 Iced Tea M 3 Iced Tea L 5Here, I first imported the product template with a selling price with attributes S,M,L.Then you can import the prices as shown above. The prices are basically an addition to the base price. So in this case, if the product template price is $20, then S will be the same price, M will be $23 and so on.Hope this helps.On Tue, Jan 12, 2016 at 7:52 PM, Luis Miguel Sarabia <email@example.com> wrote:Hi Luis,I have checked the csv_samples and I can not find where the Attribute price extra is?2016-01-08 12:08 GMT-05:00 Luis Planes <firstname.lastname@example.org>:2016-01-07 1:54 GMT+01:00 Luis Miguel Sarabia <email@example.com>:Dear Community,I would like to know how can I import the Attribute Price Extra for the product variants.This could be done manually using the "Variant Prices" Button in the product form.Unfortunately, to update this manually is not a solution since there are more than 1400 product variants,I tried to do it using the Import wizard, but the fields required to define and link the variants to their extra price are not available, and I can not figure out how to do it.Could you please help me.Thanks a lot,Best regards,Luis Miguel Sarabia----Luis Miguel Sarabia