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  1. echonovember

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Okay, I DID go through the configuration variables section, and I was wondering if there is a way to change the EP .csv format to match the configuration of the .csv feed from my dropshipper, so that I can integrate directly from their feed into my store inventory. I tried to find a way to do this with their live XML feed, but to no avail. I stumbled upon Easy Populate after checking for something compatible with .csv. I am a newb, but I am a fast learner. Is there anyone that can help me tackle this issue?
  2. echonovember

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    Thank you! It's now working! Yay! STEP #3 - Add a link in the Admin Panel. Edit file "/catalog/admin/incudes/boxes/catalog.php" Find this code (Around Line 25): '' . BOX_CATALOG_CATEGORIES_PRODUCTS_ATTRIBUTES . '' . Directly AFTER add this: 'Easy Populate' . Those were the directions, and I KNEW that couldn't be right because nothing was linking to EP. The developer of this contrib might want to fix those directions. Lol. Newbs like me end up with idiot coding mistakes otherwise. ^_^
  3. echonovember

    Easy Populate & Products Attributes

    I am new to php coding, and I am learning as I go along. I am literally diving into the coding and figuring it out as I need to, so this may end up being a dumb question... I am having problems simply installing Easy Populate. When it came to the step to edit /catalog/admin/includes/boxes/catalog.php, I ended up with this: <?php /* $Id$ osCommerce, Open Source E-Commerce Solutions http://www.oscommerce.com Copyright © 2010 osCommerce Released under the GNU General Public License */ $cl_box_groups[] = array( 'heading' => BOX_HEADING_CATALOG, 'apps' => array( array( 'code' => FILENAME_CATEGORIES, 'title' => BOX_CATALOG_CATEGORIES_PRODUCTS, 'link' => tep_href_link(FILENAME_CATEGORIES) ), array( 'code' => FILENAME_PRODUCTS_ATTRIBUTES, 'title' => BOX_CATALOG_CATEGORIES_PRODUCTS_ATTRIBUTES, 'Easy Populate'. 'link' => tep_href_link(FILENAME_PRODUCTS_ATTRIBUTES) ), array( 'code' => FILENAME_MANUFACTURERS, 'title' => BOX_CATALOG_MANUFACTURERS, 'link' => tep_href_link(FILENAME_MANUFACTURERS) ), array( 'code' => FILENAME_REVIEWS, 'title' => BOX_CATALOG_REVIEWS, 'link' => tep_href_link(FILENAME_REVIEWS) ), array( 'code' => FILENAME_SPECIALS, 'title' => BOX_CATALOG_SPECIALS, 'link' => tep_href_link(FILENAME_SPECIALS) ), array( 'code' => FILENAME_PRODUCTS_EXPECTED, 'title' => BOX_CATALOG_PRODUCTS_EXPECTED, 'link' => tep_href_link(FILENAME_PRODUCTS_EXPECTED) ) ) ); ?> However, when I go into my admin panel, the first time I got a parse error expecting a t string, or something like that. I undid the edit, then went back and changed it to the above. Now whenever I click on "Product Attributes" in Admin > Catalog, it just kicks back to the main admin page. What did I manage to screw up? Lol.
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