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I had the following import error for importing configurables
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/[MYMAGENTOHOME]/public_html/magmi-importer/web/progress_details.php on line 23
(I get this with any import error)
I tried changing it to a single row (for the first simple product) and still got the error, then I removed the configurable_attributes column and it imported ok.
So it doesn’t seem to like the configurable_attributes column.
All there is in the column is “color,foot_size” for the simple products (which are the equivalent of your config_ columns).
Have you come across this before? Any ideas what the cause is?
I also noticed a few of the standard columns had different names e.g. msrp versus rrp, inventory_qty versus qty, inventory_stock_availability versus is_in_stock, inventory_manage_stock versus manage_stock, inventory_use_config_manage_stock versus use_config_manage_stock so it may be a magento version issue
We’re on magento version 184.108.40.206
Has anyone come across this before?
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Just upgraded to magento 220.127.116.11 and have the same error…
The configurable_attributes column needs the configurable plugin to be enabled. This was added & enabled in the custom build of Magento from the guides. So my question here would be are you using the vanilla version of Magmi or are you using the UE version?
Also… have you included the sku,attribute_set,type,store columns in the file?
See this link for the file & instructions that will resolve the line 23 error and display the error messages
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