Plugin for netz98 Magerun2 to normalize all customer email addresses and passwords
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- php: ^7.4
- magento/framework: 102.0.6|103.0.0|103.0.1|103.0.2
- magento/module-customer: 102.0.6|103.0.0|103.0.1|103.0.2
- magento/module-indexer: 100.3.6|100.4.0|100.4.1|100.4.2
- bitexpert/captainhook-infection: ^0.4.0
- bitexpert/phpstan-magento: ^0.6.0
- captainhook/captainhook: ^5.4
- captainhook/plugin-composer: ^5.2
- infection/infection: ^0.21.0
- n98/magerun2: ^4.0.0
- phpstan/extension-installer: ^1.1
- phpstan/phpstan: ^0.12.68
- phpstan/phpstan-strict-rules: ^0.12.9
- phpunit/phpunit: ^9.5
- roave/security-advisories: dev-latest
- squizlabs/php_codesniffer: ^3.5
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Last update: 2021-11-06 09:13:35 UTC
Repository abandoned 2021-11-06
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netz98 Magerun2 Plugin for changing the passwords and email-addresses for customer-accounts in bulk.
The preferred way of installing
bitexpert/magerun2-password-normalizer is through Composer.
bitexpert/magerun2-password-normalizer as a dev dependency:
composer.phar require --dev bitexpert/magerun2-password-normalizer
If you do not want to add the command to one specific project only, you can install the plugin globally by placing the
code in the
~/.n98-magerun2/modules directory. If the folder does not already exist in your setup, create the folder
by running the following command:
mkdir -p ~/.n98-magerun2/modules
The next thing to do is to clone the repository in a subdirectory of
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:bitExpert/magerun2-password-normalizer.git ~/.n98-magerun2/modules/magerun2-password-normalizer
This plugin adds the
dev:customer:normalize-passwords command to magerun2.
It is designed to be executed only on development- or test-systems!
You must add --force when you're not in "developer" mode
You should never execute this on a production-system!
You will not be able to recover the old data, unlees you backed them up.
You must provide a password that will be used for every (except exluded) customer
You can provide an exclude-parameter that will not update the users that match the query.
--exclude-emails %@bitexpert.% will result in a query restricted with
WHERE email NOT LIKE '%@bitexpert.%' thus NOT updating the password and email-address all bitExpert accounts.
If you want to exclude multiple "conditions" you can provide them ; separated
You can provide an email-mask
This command will also change every email-address for the customer (except exluded).
The default is
(ID) being actually replaced by the customer-entity-ID. If you provide a custom email-mask you must include
--email-mask foo_(ID)email@example.com will result in a query restricted with
WHERE email NOT LIKE '%@bitexpert.%' thus NOT updating the password and email-address all bitExpert accounts
Please feel free to fork and extend existing or add new features and send a pull request with your changes! To establish a consistent code quality, please provide unit tests for all your changes and adapt the documentation.
Want To Contribute?
If you feel that you have something to share, then we’d love to have you. Check out the contributing guide to find out how, as well as what we expect from you.
This plugin is released under the Apache 2.0 license.