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Problem with m2e not importing the ePID to the eBay listings
devinsgn

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April 9, 2016 - 4:56 pm
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Hello,
After the last update to m2e, my part compatibility lists are no longer making it to the eBay listing. The ePID attribute is populated with the vehicle’s ePID number and it doesn’t throw any errors when listing or revising. I’m having trouble with getting m2e‘s support to help me. Also when you click on the settings tab in m2e‘s listings it shows “ePIDs: 0”
I have a modified version of part finder to generate the ePID for me. Instead of using m2e‘s way of generating a ePID list. Which I’ve been using for 3 years now without issue.

Anybody else having this same issue?

Also I can’t import a database so I can use their method of generating a ePID fitment for each list. I reformatted the eBay parts compatibility list to the order and columns they state they need to be in on their help section. When I import the csv file it gives me a message after it loads as importing 0 records so there’s nothing that shows up in the database.

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Dave Furness

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April 11, 2016 - 3:45 pm
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Hi Devin,

Ahhh that’s annoying. I haven’t come across this before, have you contacted M2E Pro to let them know. The fact this issue occurred after doing an update of M2E make me think that is where the problem lies, and is something that they can assist with hopefully.

Dave

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