Now, importing a test product using Magmi with the following csv:
creates a product as required. Tax class and price is set default for all three websites.
After this, for website_2 only, I need to add a special price. The special price attribute has been configured to have a website scope, so this should be possible. The requested change can be done easily in the Magento interface. So here goes with Magmi:
This however adds the special price to all store views and hence also to all websites. Not happy!
And similarly, the tax_class_id needs to be set to None for website_3 only. Same here, attribute tax_class_id has a website scope.
Same as before, the tax class is now set to None for all store views. Expected in view of the previous, but not good.
OK, so I thought to include the websites attribute:
Tax class id is OK, but the product is now removed from website_1 and website_2. This is actually expected behaviour, so no complaints here …
For the sake of completeness, I also tried to set the tax class using only the websites attribute:
with as expected the same result: the attribute value is correct, but the product is removed from websites_1 and 2
Any ideas how to do this?
I have some work for Sebastien… :-)
Test 1: create a simple product. Once with Magmi 7.20 and then another with 7.21. No surprise both went well.
“Test000”,”Test product for Magmi 7.20″,”admin”,”website_1, website_2″,”4.95″
and virtually the same for Magmi 7.21, now with ID Test001.
Test 2: update the price (configuration has been set to have the price attribute have a website scope) only for 1 website, maintaining the default price for the remaining site(s):
carried out for Test000 with Magmi 7.20 and for Test001 with Magmi 7.21.
And indeed! The default value of price was set to 1.00 using Magmi 7.21, thus affecting both websites, while it remained at 4.95 when importing with Magmi 7.20 for website_1 and was correctly set to 1.00 for website_2, as I would have expected.
Magmi 7.21 behaviour is therefore incorrect!
Wow you lost me on this one, although that’s not hard when you talk Magmi :D
Have you gotten in touch with Sebastian about this?
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