feedoptimise/magento2-catalog-export

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Exports catalog data, from Magento2 stores, which is used to generate product feeds.

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Type:magento2-module

1.2.27 2021-12-08 11:44 UTC

README

This module is used to extract catalog data from Magento2 stores.

Getting Started

Prerequisites

There are a few things needed prior to installing this module:

- Magento2 Installed
- Magento2 Store Setup
- PHP 7+ installed

!! BACKUP !!

Make sure to backup your Magento store before running the steps below.

Our plugin has been tested across lots of installations but there could be some custom/bespoke changes in your Magento code or other unexpected scenarios which can cause your Magento to crash during or after the installation thus it's strongly advised to have a backup in place so you can easily restore should some issues arise.

Installing via Composer (recommended)

The first step is to add our repo to your composer.json, by running the following (from the root of your project in command line):

composer require feedoptimise/magento2-catalog-export

Now you can enable our module by running the following (from the root of your project in command line):

bin/magento module:enable Feedoptimise_CatalogExport
bin/magento setup:upgrade
bin/magento setup:di:compile
bin/magento cache:flush

Then check the module has been enabled correctly, by running the following (from the root of your project in command line):

bin/magento module:status

Once the module is installed, you should then login to the admin panel of your store and visit the following page:

Stores > Configuration > Feedoptimise > Catalog Export

Once on the extension config page, please ensure the settings are as follows. The security token will be provided by Feedoptimise, prior or after the install.

Module Enable = Yes
Security Token = <SECURITY_TOKEN_HERE>

Once installed, we (Feedoptimise) will confirm it is working correctly and our system will begin extracting data for your product feed.

Installing (manually)

The first step to install this module, is to create the following directory path on your server app/code/Feedoptimise/CatalogExport. Then you can copy all of the contents inside the src folder into the newly created directory.

The directory structure should look like:

app/
    code/
        Feedoptimise/
            CatalogExport/
                Controller/
                    ...
                etc/
                    ...
                Helper/
                    ...
                composer.json
                README.md
                registration.php

Once the folder has been placed inside the /app/code directory, you can then run the following (from the root of your project in command line):

bin/magento module:enable Feedoptimise_CatalogExport
bin/magento setup:upgrade
bin/magento setup:di:compile
bin/magento cache:flush

Then check the module has been enabled correctly, by running the following (from the root of your project in command line):

bin/magento module:status

Once the module is installed, you should then login to the admin panel of your store and visit the following page:

Stores > Configuration > Feedoptimise > Catalog Export

Once on the extension config page, please ensure the settings are as follows. The security token will be provided by Feedoptimise, prior or after the install.

Module Enable = Yes
Security Token = <SECURITY_TOKEN_HERE>

Once installed, we (Feedoptimise) will confirm it is working correctly and our system will begin extracting data for your product feed.

Updating (installed via composer)

To update the module, run the following (from the root of your project in command line).

composer update feedoptimise/magento2-catalog-export
bin/magento setup:upgrade
bin/magento setup:di:compile
bin/magento cache:flush

Uninstalling (installed via composer)

To uninstall our extension, run the following (from the root of your project in command line):

bin/magento module:disable Feedoptimise_CatalogExport
bin/magento setup:upgrade
composer remove feedoptimise/magento2-catalog-export

Uninstalling (installed manually)

To uninstall our extension, run the following (from the root of your project in command line):

bin/magento module:disable Feedoptimise_CatalogExport
composer remove Feedoptimise/CatalogExport
bin/magento setup:upgrade

License

Usage is subject to permission. Copyright (c) 2020 Feedoptimise (http://www.feedoptimise.com)