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for some reason when i upload products using EP i get this error

 

No products_model field in record. This line was not imported

 

but i dont get it, i am inserting a model number which it inserts fine, also when i upload it is setting all of the prices to 0. any ideas on where im going wrong?

 

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im guessing no-one knows, but then noones looked so how could they know if they knw

 

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I would ignore the products_model thingy - we have uploaded over 6000 products, had that message every time, the site has been active for nearly a year now, and not once has anybody felt the need to say"hey we have no product number - whats going on???" . Not sure what it is, what it does, but it obviously aint that important! BTW every product in our store has a unique 6 digit code, that aint the product_number, 'cos that uploads and works fine.....

 

Never come across the price problem, sorry


Please note - if I have suggested a contrib above, it doesnt mean it will work! Most of the contribs are not ones I've used, but may be useful for your particular problem....

Have you tried a refined search? Chances are your problem has already been dealt with elsewhere on the forums.....

if (stumped == true) {

return(square_one($start_over)

} else {

$random_query = tep_fetch_answer($forum_query)

}

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price problem is most likely that you have the $ sign in with the amount. remove it.

 

you have a bug somewhere, if it is saying no model #, did you modify the EP file at all?

 

also, the next time you post about EP, post in the contribution support thread for EP, as there are a lot more people there who know it, that do not browse the forum. i came across it by chance.

 

if you need more info in EP, post in there.


John Oligario

 

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I just uploaded 400 hundred products through MS Access (wasn't that fun!) and all my prices are displaying as 0 in the shopping cart... however in the admin they come up correctly!

 

I tried adding a product manually and same problem. I only updated three tables: products, products_description and products_to_categories... did I miss something?

 

I uploaded the prices as normal numbers with four decimal places and they're all sitting happily in the products.products_price field.

 

cb

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if you guys are wanting support for easy populate, please find the thread in the contribution support area, and post at the end of it. then you will get answers. for your prices via access, is the field set as text?


John Oligario

 

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I had the exact same problem:

 

"No products_model field in record. This line was not imported"

 

But the rest of the products before this ARE uploaded!!!!!!!!

 

This line simply refers to the last line in your data record (i.e. excel if you are using excel)... that has no info in it!

 

For the "0" as your price you need to get out of this forum and post it on the general forum, but the answer is this (from Mr_Bear, if you bothered to check previous forum questions):

 

Did you created a new default currency?

In the edit did you put 1.0000000 as the value and then click on update currencies button ?

and in the catalog/includes/languages/english.php around line 36

 

// if USE_DEFAULT_LANGUAGE_CURRENCY is true, use the following currency, instead of the applications default currency (used w$

 

define('LANGUAGE_CURRENCY', 'USD');

Change it to whatever you need

 

hope this helps

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