The answer is potentially yes using bundles, but I’m not going to have chance to look at this before January as the squeeze is on to get the base training guides completed.
We’re approx two 3rds completed, but that last 3rd involves a heap of work and some coding from me to get it ready for you.
There are a few ways to do this, but I’m more concerned on how to get the products in via excel/csv first :)
Hi Dave I’m looking at this kind of issue also. Have you come across any guides as to how to crack this so far in magento?
Sorry Henry, I didn’t come up with a solution, although to be honest I didn’t spend ages on it.
Going to look at everything more seriously once the guides have been released, otherwise. As Matt mentions in his other post, might be an idea to group together to get this sorted (along with various other bits)
Superb thank you.
I can see there is another level on top of what Magento can do, which is making configurable products from bundles, but right now if they lick this one, that’s very close.
Fab to speak with you.
Right now M2EPro does support bundles, the part where it comes unstuck is where you want the same item in the bundle twice, it doesn’t account for the multiple quantity and lists an incorrect value (twice if you need 2).
With bundles they’re separate products so the parts can be pulled from separate attribute sets as needed.
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