Hello Matt and Dave,
I’m getting a new update from M2E pro from 6.1.4 to 6.1.6. Would you happen to have the realese updates (notes) on this update? Should we update right now?
If you goto magenta connect, and search for m2e then select community version you can view the release notes there and whats new in each version
Exactly as Calum has said above,
I did post these in another forum post which I have just found so will paste them here too:
The release notes I have pasted below for you:
* Added: [eBay] support of multi-variations products for ebay.nl marketplace
* Removed: [eBay] “Get It Fast” option in shipping policy (eBay no longer supports this feature)
* Fix: major trouble with cache clearing by tag(s) (TwoLevel cache)
* Fix: cron service doesn’t work properly if web server is LiteSpeed
* Fix: big size of m2epro_operation_history table was reduced
* Fix: wrong UPC/EAN validation for magento versions with old Zend_Validate_Barcode
* Fix: in some cases magento orders creates with wrong items
* Fix: [eBay] problems with creating magento orders for configurable products in some cases
* Fix: [eBay] empty shipping address information in order when checkout not completed
* Fix: [eBay] reserved qty did not release during combine orders
* Fix: [eBay] count of rows for Listing Other Grid was increased to 100 (from 20)
* Fix: [Rakuten.com] update shipping status for orders did not work
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Forget it, I restore my magento and it worked fine again. I’m wondering why it wasn’t able to update correctly though.
I’m not sure, however do get in touch with the M2E Pro support team because if you had problems updating, they can find out why and help anyone else who has the same problem as well.
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