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How to import products in Magento 2?

Product importing could ruin all your time-management plans without CSV. The Comma Separated Value file allows for saving a lot of time spent on importing/exporting a massive amount of data. By using the file, you can easily transfer other types of data like customer data, customer address data, product images, etc.

We will now look at how to import products CSV in Magento 2.


 

Helpful tip: If you want to connect your Magento 2 store with other sales channels, our Product Feed extension can help you automate product data export by generating ready feeds for different platforms.


 

Magento 2 import products with images

  • Log in to the Admin Panel, navigate to System>Import:

magento-2-import-products-tab

  • Choose Products in the Entity Type drop-down menu and click Download Sample File:

magento-2-product-import-download-sample-file

  • The downloaded CSV file looks like this:

magento-2-product-import-sample-file

  • Choose the sample products you need to import and delete all the odd ones. To import product images you need to add the next rows to the CSV file:

base_image;

base_image_label;

thumbnail_image;

thumbnail_image_label;

small_image;

small_image_label.

If one of the rows already exists in the Magento 2 product import CSV sample file, don’t add them again.

  • Then upload the product images to the Magento 2 pub/media/import folder. All the uploaded images should have the same name as in the CSV file.

  • When the CSV with products is ready, you need to upload it to Magento. For this, return to System>Import>Entity Type>Products, choose Add/Update from the Import Behavior drop-down menu:

magento-2-product-import-choose-update

  • Click the Choose file option and type /pub/media/import in the Image File Directory text field. Then choose the Check Data option.

  • Having received the validation results notification, click Import.

  • When the product import is finished go to Products>Catalog and check the products with the images are displayed on the product grid. Don’t forget to make the products live in-store - Enable Product Toggle:

magento-2-product-import-enable-toggle

To manage all the import/export activities effectively, use the Import History tab. For this, navigate to System>Data Transfer>Import History. You will see a separate grid with all the import/export activities:

magento-2-product-import-history

To import products with images in bulk, you need to delete all the sample products from the CSV file and insert your own ones with all the attribute details. To see a complete list of all the attribute references (store_view_code, attribute_set_code, product_type, etc.), follow the link.

If you need to import numerous configurable products, continue with the Magento 2 import configurable products to learn how to make it in 3 easy steps.

Sours: https://amasty.com/knowledge-base/how-to-import-products-in-magento-2.html

For catalogs with a large amount of products, use the native Import and Export features with expanded Inventory Management options to update sources and quantities by SKU. With these options, you can add new sources and update inventory quantities for all or a specific source. For example, you can export products for a source in Germany without affecting product information for sources in France, England, or the US.

  • Commerce automatically assigns the Default Source to your products when upgrading Commerce or importing new products. If you import products with a custom source assigned, the Default Source will still be added with a quantity of 0. To update sources and quantities, use these import instructions.

  • Single Source merchants use import to update only product quantities. All existing and added products are assigned to the Default Source.

  • Multi Source merchants use import to add multiple sources and quantities per row per SKU.

To import updates, first export a CSV file for a specific or all sources. Edit the CSV file and add a row per SKU for each source and quantity. You need the source’s code when adding a new source and adding quantities of stock. You cannot add or update stocks using import-export features.

CSV file content

The export-import file includes the following information according to source:

  • - The code for sources in Commerce. You will see a row for each source and SKU.
  • - The SKU for the product in Commerce. The SKU must match a product in your store to properly update Inventory Management data.
  • - 0 for Out of Stock. 1 for In Stock. This value must be 1 to purchase stock from this source.
  • - The total amount of inventory available for this SKU and source.

Use this option to quickly update multiple products and assigned sources to update and correct any inaccuracies in inventory records rather than one at a time through the application interface. For a base file, export first and update as needed.

Example CSV file for Import - Export Inventory Data

Export product data for all sources

  1. On the Admin sidebar, go to System > Data Transfer > Export.

  2. For Entity Type menu, choose Stock Sources.

    The export only extracts data for products with a SKU.

  3. Click Continue.

    The file generates and downloads to open and edit.

After updating inventory amounts and product data, import the file back into Commerce.

Export Stock Sources for product data and sources

Export product data for a specific source

  1. On the Admin sidebar, go to System > Data Transfer > Export.

  2. For Entity Type menu, choose Stock Sources.

    The export only extracts data for products with a SKU.

  3. Use the Entity Attributes to filter the exported products for a specific source.

    For source_code, enter the code for the source in the filter field.

  4. Click Continue.

    The file generates and downloads to open and edit.

After updating inventory amounts and product data, import the file back into Commerce.

Export Stock Sources for product data and sources

Import product data

  1. On the Admin sidebar, go to System > Data Transfer > Import.

  2. For Entity Type menu, choose Stock Sources.

    The export only extracts data for products with a SKU.

  3. Select configurations for the Import Behavior.

  4. Select the .csv file to import.

  5. Click Check Data and complete the import.

Import product data and sources

Sours: https://docs.magento.com/user-guide/catalog/inventory-import-export.html
  1. Iac model 87
  2. Oxford porter
  3. Guess vintage tags
  4. Dr joseph larson

Mass Product Import & Update

Tier price/Group price

You have two possibilities: 

  • Add Tier price/Group price
    Creates a new Tier price/Group price that is added to the existing ones.
  • Replace Tier price/Group price
    Replaces all the existing Tier prices/Group prices with the new ones.

The list of tier prices must be separated by as below:
[Group id 1]|[Qty 1]|[Price 1]~[Group Id 2]|[Qty 2]|[Price 2]~...

 
*|5|9.99~*|10|7.99~...

To import your tier prices as discounts, add % at the end of each price. Otherwise, your tier prices will be imported in cash. 
*|5|10%~*|10|5%~...

Below is the list of the codes to use for the customer groups ids: 

  • *: All groups
  • 0: Not logged in
  • 1: General
  • 2: Wholesale
  • 3: Retailer
  • 4: VIP Member
  • 5: Private Sales Member

If the prices are misformatted in the update/import source file, then you can use your own script using the PHP API.

Weee tax

The list of taxes must be separated by ~ as below:
country1|region1|tax1~country2|region2|tax2~...

  • Country code
    It can be: FR, US, CA, NZ...
  • Region
    Use * for all states
  • Tax
    This is a fixed value

FR|*|13~UK|*|18

Stock attributes

All attributes related to the stock management in Magento are available in this section.

All these attributes must be updated with numeric values or boolean values.

Boolean values

Boolean values must be updated with one of the below values:
  • 1 / 0
  • yes / no
  • true / false
  • enable / disable
  • enabled / disabled
  • in stock / out of stock

in stock

Numeric values

Numeric values must be updated with one of the below types:
  • Integer number (no white space)
  • Float number (decimal separated by a dot)

10.50

If the values are misformatted in the update/import source file, then you can use your own script using the PHP API.

MSI attributes

Mass Product Import & Update allows you to update all attributes related to the Magento Multi-Source Inventory Management (MSI).

All these attributes must be updated with numeric or Boolean values and mapped as follow. 

You can easily check if you are using the Magento MSI module from your back-office inStoresinventory. There, you should see the sources and stocks items. 

Quantity

The stock for the source.

9

Notify Qty

Notify the quantity for the source.

1

Use default for notify Qty

Use default to notify the quantity for the source.

true

Stock Status

Stock status for the source.

true

MSI Backorders attributes

Mass Product Import & Update also allows you to update all attributes coming with the MSI Backorders extension, also available in the MSI Suite.

You can retrieve these attributes in the products pages from:
CatalogProducts

Backorders

Choose the status of the backorder among:
 
  • Allow Qty Below 0
  • Allow Qty Below 0 and Notify Customer
  • No Backorders

Allow Qty below 0

Backorders date

Backorders date in the following format:
YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss


2020-03-25

Backordered qty

Dynamic attributes

You have the possibility to create a dynamic mapping giving you more flexibility in the configuration of your profile. In your source file, for the same column, you can indicate the Magento attribute to map as well as the associated value.

Dynamic attribute

Code of the Magento attribute to map and the associated value.

The syntax to use is:
attribute_code=value

length=150

See more about how to use different attributes and attribute values in the same column.

Media attributes

All attributes related to the media management are available in this section.

The image/video source directory must be defined in the Image Settings tab.

Media Gallery

The images to insert in the image gallery must be listed in the Image Gallery field as the relative path to the image source directory specified in the Image Settings tab for local storage or FTP storage and as an absolute path if hosted on a remote server.

Each image path must be separated by one of the below characters:

  • | (pipe)
  • , (comma)
  • ; (semi-colon)

Attention, we strongly advise you not to use the pipe separator if you use the parameters below because the image separator must be different from the parameter separator.

You can use the below parameters:

  • media_type
    image (default value)
    external-video
  • disabled
    Default value is 0.
    You have the possibility to assign values by storeview by suffixing disabled with the store code.
  • label
    Default value is empty.
    You have the possibility to assign values by storeview by suffixing label with the store code.
  • position
    Default value is 0.
    You have the possibility to assign values by storeview by suffixing position with the store code.
  • destination
    Default value is empty.
    It is the name of the new image.

path/to/image_1.jpg[position=1|label=image 1]
path/to/image_2.jpg[position=2|label=image 2]
path/to/image_3.jpg[destination=new_image_3.jpg]
path/to/image_4.jpg[position=1|disabled=1|label=image 4]
path/to/image_5.jpg[disabled=0|label=red|disabled_de=1|label_de=rotte|disabled_fr=0|label_fr=rouge]

You can use additional parameters for external-video media type:

  • provider
    Default value is empty.
  • url
    Default value is empty.
  • title
    Default value is empty.
  • description
    Default value is empty.

path/to/video/preview.jpg[media_type=external-video|title=Video 1|url=https://vimeo.com/6370469]

In the case where you don't add the parameters in the syntax, the default values will be used. 

Note that the gallery image row must stand before the base, thumbnail, and small image rows because Gallery Image erases all images.

Base Image, Small Image, Thumbnail

You can associate a specific image from the Image gallery to any image attribute.

By default the image attribute available in Magento are:

  • Base Image: image that appears on the product page
  • Small Image: image that appears on the category page
  • Thumbnail: image that appears on the cart, on the checkout, on the customer account...

If you have created your own image attributes in your stores, these attributes will be visible in this section.

When importing/updating the image attributes, Mass Product Import & Update will add the image to the image gallery automatically. The image source directory must be then specified in the Image Settings tab.

Swatch attributes

Swatch

You can import/update Swatch attributes using their label for the default store: 
magenta 

You can also use the below parameter:

  • color
    You must add the hexadecimal code for the color in the below format:

    label[color=#HEXACODE]

    red[color=#FF0000]

    Note that when the color property is not imported, the existing color is kept for the swatch.

  

The values can also be translated to the different store view languages as below:
label[storecode="translated label"|color=#HEXACODE]
red[fr="rouge"|de="rotte"|es="rojo"|color="#FF0000"]

 

To remove the existing color for the swatch, you can import the color property using the empty value.

indigo[color=empty]

Category attributes

The categories associated with the products can be imported/updated with new values.

You have the possibility to choose the action between: 

  • Replace all categories with
  • Add to the categories
  • Remove from the categories

Category mapping

List your category names (case sensitive) or category ids separated with a comma:
category ID 1 [position],category ID 2 [position]...

You can use the below parameter to define the position of the products in the categories:

  • position
    Default value is empty.

For example, to import your product in position 2 in the category ID 10 and in position 1 in the category ID 13, you can write: 
10[2],13[1]

10[position=2],13[position=1]

The values will be translated into category paths according to the parameters you have defined in your profile configuration from:
Advanced SettingsCategory Settings

In the case where you don't add the parameter in the syntax, the default value will be used. 

For example, to import products in the New Arrivals (ID: 10) and Dresses & Skirts (ID: 13) categories, from the Mapping & rules tab of your profile configuration, map the product attribute of your choice, for example, Add to the categories with a custom value.   

In the following field, you can define:10,13

Note that you should set the Category tree auto-detection to NO if you're using categories IDs. 

If you prefer using the category names, you could have written: 
Default Category/Women/New Arrivals,Default Category/Women/Dresses & Skirts

   

Categories will be created/updated according to what you've defined in the Advanced Settings tab

Merchandising attributes

The related/up-sell/cross-sell products can be imported/updated with new values. 

Related / Cross sell / Up sell products

List of related product SKU's separated by commas.
SKU1,SKU2,SKU3...

For versions <v4.2.2, use | to separate each SKU.

Configurable product attributes

With Mass Stock Import & Update you can create configurable products on the fly and create relationships between children and parents.

Parent SKU

Specify the parent SKU.
skuparent

When updating/creating a simple product, you can add the configurable product reference so that the simple products will be automatically associated with the configurable product. 

The child product must be updated/created with the configurable attributes required by the configurable product, example: color and size.

Children SKUs

List of the children SKUs separated by commas.
sku1,sku2,sku3

When updating/creating a configurable product, you can add the children references so that the simple products will be automatically associated to the configurable product.

Configurable attributes

Attribute code or attribute IDs separated by commas as below:
attribute code 1[position],attribute code 2[position]

You can use the below parameter to define the position of the configurable attributes:

  • position
    Default value is empty.

size[1],color[2]...

In the case where you don't add the parameter in the syntax, the default value will be used. 

When creating/updating a configurable product, the configurable attributes must be specified.

If you don't provide these attributes when creating a new configurable attributes, the product will not appear on the front-end

Downloadable product attributes

With Mass Stock Import & Update you can import or update downloadable products.

Links title

Title of the downloadable resource.
Downloadable file

Samples title

Title of the downloadable resource.
Downloadable sample

Link URLs

Link to the file (relative or absolute path) and optional file's name separated by a pipe (|). 
Link | File name
http://www.example.com/filename.ext | My downloadable file

Sample URLs

Link to the file (relative or absolute path) and optional file's name separated by a pipe (|).  
Link | File name
http://www.example.com/filename.ext | My downloadable sample

Grouped product attributes

With Mass Stock Import & Update you can create grouped products and create relationships between children and parents.

Parent SKUs

When updating/creating a grouped product, you can add the parent references so that they will be automatically associated with the grouped product.

List of related parent product SKU's separated by commas
parentsku

Children SKUs

When updating/creating a grouped product, you can add the children references so that they will be automatically associated to the grouped product.

List of related children product SKU's separated by commas
sku1,sku2...

Bundle product options

With Mass Stock Import & Update you can add/update or remove options from bundle products.

Add/update an option

Bundle items option title as below:
Bundle items option title [type=select|required=1|option_position=1
|sku=SKU ABC|selection_qty=1|is_default=0|selection_price_type=0|selection_price_value=0
|selection_can_change_qty=0|position=1]
[sku=SKU XYZ|selection_qty=2|is_default=1|selection_can_change_qty=0|position=2]

You can use the below option parameters:

  • type
    select / radio / checkbox / multi
    Default value is select.
  • required
    Default value is 1.
  • option_position
    Default value is 1.

And you can use the below product parameters:

  • sku 
    SKU of the option's products
    It is a required value. 
  • selection_qty
    Default value is 1.
  • is_default
    Default value is 0.
  • selection_price_type
    Default value is 0.
  • selection_price_value
    Default value is 0.
  • selection_can_change_qty
    Default value is 0.
  • position
    Default value is 1.

Primary bag [type=select|required=1|option_position=1|sku=24-MB01|selection_qty=2|is_default=0|selection_can_change_qty=1|position=1][sku=24-MB05|selection_qty=1|is_default=1|selection_can_change_qty=0]

The above example will create the following option: 

In the case where you don't add the parameter in the syntax, the default value will be used. 

You can add several products to an option, however, each option must be on a separate line. 

Remove an option

Bundle items option title to remove
Accessoiries

The above example will remove the "Accessoiries" option.

You can only remove one option per line.

Custom options

With Mass Product Import & Update you can import or update your product custom options.

Dropdown / Radio / Checkbox / Select / Multi-select

Custom option title and option values in the following format: 
Custom option [title=title1|sku=sku1|price=10%|sort_order=1][title=title2|sku=sku2|price=10|sort_order=2]

You can use the below parameters:

  • is_require
    If the custom option is a required field: is_require=1.
    Default value is: is_require=0
  • title
    Default value is empty.
  • sku
    Default value is empty.
  • price
    Note that the price can be a percentage or a fixed amount. 
    10 or 10%Default value is null.
  • sort_order
    Default value is null.

In the case where you don't add the above parameters in the syntax, the default values will be used. 

Engraving [is_require=1|title=Gold engraving|sku=engraving01|price=20%|sort_order=1][title=Silver engraving|sku=engraving02|price=10%|sort_order=2]...

Engraving [title=Gold engraving|sku=engraving01|price=50|sort_order=1][title=Silver engraving|sku=engraving02|price=30|sort_order=2]...

Text Field / Textarea

Custom option title and option values in the following format: 
Custom option Text [is_require=1|title=text|sku=txt|price=10|sort_order=1|max_characters=100]

You can use the below parameters:

  • is_require
    If the custom option is a required field: is_require=1.
    Default value is: is_require=0
  • title
    Default value is empty.
  • sku
    Default value is empty.
  • price
    Note that the price can be a percentage or a fixed amount. 
    10 or 10%Default value is null.
  • sort_order
    Default value is null.
  • max_characters
    Default value is null.

If no value is defined for the above parameters, the default values will be used. 
Custom option Text [is_require=1|sku=txt|price=10.00|sort_order=1|max_characters=100]

File

Custom option title and option values in the following format: 
Custom option Text [is_require=1|title=text|sku=txt|price=10|sort_order=1|file_extension=jpg]

You can use the below parameters:

  • is_require
    If the custom option is a required field: is_require=1.
    Default value is: is_require=0
  • title
    Default value is empty.
  • sku
    Default value is empty.
  • price
    Note that the price can be a percentage or a fixed amount. 
    10 or 10%Default value is null.
  • sort_order
    Default value is null.
  • file_extension
    Default value is null.

If no value is defined for the above parameters, the default values will be used. 
Custom option File [sku=upload|price=99.99|sort_order=2|file_extension=jpg,png,gif]

Mass Product Import & Update allows you to control the data output by using replacement rules.

Create a replacement rule

You can create your own rule from:
SystemMass Product Import & UpdateReplacement Rules

Click on Create a new Rule. 

Create a replacement rule manually

You can create your own rule manually.

Fill in a name and add the values you need to replace in the Input column with other values in the Output column. 

For example, the below example shows how to replace each "Summer 2018" with "Summer 2019" and all the rest with "This season". 

Note that you have the possibility to use regular expressions. 

Import a rule set from a CSV file

You also have the possibility to import a rule set directly from a CSV file. 

Click on Import a rule set from a CSV file and choose your CSV file. Click on Import. 

The CSV file must be composed of 2 columns, the first one for the values to replace and the second one for the replacement values.

These values must be separated by commas and enclosed by quotation marks.

"Winter 2016","Winter 2019"
"Winter 2017","Winter 2019"
"Winter 2018","Winter 2019"
"Summer 2016","Summer 2019"
"Summer 2017","Summer 2019"
"Summer 2018","Summer 2019"

Once the lines have been imported, you receive a notification. 

Use a replacement rule in your profile

Select a replacement rule

Once your rule is saved, you can use it in your profile from:
SystemMass Product Import & UpdateProfiles

For the attribute you want to edit, click on the ab icon. 

A popup displays where you can select the rule you want to apply. Select the rule and click on Validate

Output the replacement rule value

If you click on Output Data from the black box, you should see the replacement rule value in purple followed by the original value in grey. 

Mass Product Import & Update allows you to fully customize and control the data output by using PHP scripts in different ways.

API coding standards

For each line in the Mapping & Rules tab of your profile, you can add your own custom script based on a PHP syntax.

To add your custom script, click on </> at the end of the line you want to edit. You can then update on the file the value of each column.

Note that the </> button may be hidden by the black box. 

Opening and closing tags

Every script must include the opening PHP tag <?php. Note that it is not necessary to use the closing tag. 

Outputting a value

return
Any value that you want to output in your profile, must be returned with the return instruction.

or return false (boolean false)
To ignore the pending line (all the columns of the line).

or or return false;
To ignore the pending cell as well as all the following cells.

or return true;
To ignore the pending cell.

Variable $cell

You can call any column of the source file using $cell. It is an array that indexes each column numerically (1,2,3,...) and with a key corresponding to the name of the column header ("name","description","price"...).

$cell["name of the column"] or $cell[INDEX]

For example:

Note it is better to use associative keys. In that case, if the column order changes in the file, your scripts will still be valid.

Variable $self

$self
To retrieve the current value of the column and manipulate the data:

For example:

Examples of use

Below are some examples of use with the PHP API. 

Change the separator

Transform a number with a floating value separated with a dot instead of a comma.

For example:

Change a text to lowercase or capital letters

Change a text in lowercase and add a capital letter as the first letter of each word.

For example:

Retrieve images

Retrieve only one image from a list of images.

For example:

Group several columns

Put together several columns to create a description.

For example:

Define the visibility of a product

Define the visibility of a product depending on a column value.

For example:

Map value to other ones

Map values to other ones.

For example:

Retrieve values based on conditions

Output values based on different conditions.

For example:

Sours: https://www.wyomind.com/magento2/mass-product-update-import-magento.html
Importing Configurable Products in Magento 2 - Ep09 Let's build series

Data for all product types can be imported into the store. In addition, you can import products, advanced pricing data, customer data, customer address data, and product images. Import supports the following operations:

  • Add/Update
  • Replace
  • Delete

The size of the import file is determined by the settings in the file on the server. The system message on the Import page indicates the current size limit. The default size is 2MB.

Special characters (such as the equal sign, greater and less than symbols, single and double quotes, backslash, pipe, and ampersand symbols) can cause problems during data transfer. To ensure that such special characters are correctly interpreted, they can be marked as an escape sequence. For example, if the data includes a string of text such as , , choosing to enclose the text in double quotes ensures that the original double quotes are understood to be part of the data. When the system encounters a double set of double quotes, it understands that the outer set of double quotes is enclosing the actual data.

When importing product data, new product data is added to existing product data entries in the database. All fields except SKU can be updated through import. All existing product data is replaced with the imported new data. Exercise caution when replacing data. All existing product data will be completely cleared and all references in the system will be lost.

Data importImport

Step 1: Prepare the Data

  1. On the Admin sidebar, go to System > Data Transfer > Import.

  2. Under Import Settings, set Entity Type to one of the following:

    • Click Download Sample File.

    • Locate the export file at the downloads location for your web browser and open the file.

      Open download sample fileOpen Download Sample File

      The sample file includes column headings with placeholder data for example product types.

      Import data sample fileView Sample File

    • Examine the structure of the sample file and use it to prepare your CSV import file, making sure that the column headings are spelled correctly.

    • Verify that the size of your import file does not exceed the limit shown in the message.

      Data import size notification

    • If the import data includes paths to product images, make sure that the image files have been uploaded to the appropriate location.

      The default location on the Commerce server is: .

      If the images reside on an external server, make sure that you have the full URL to the directory that contains the images.

    Step 2: Choose the Import Behavior

    1. Set Import Behavior to one of the following:

      • (For products, you can update all fields except SKU through import.)
    2. To determine what happens when an error is encountered when importing data, choose one of the following:

      • In the Allowed Errors Count field, enter the number of errors that can occur before the import is canceled.

        The default value is 10.

      • Accept the default value of a comma () for the Field separator.

      • Accept the default value of a comma () for the Multiple value separator.

        In a CSV file, a comma is the default separator. To use a different character, make sure that the data in the CSV file matches the character that you specify.

      • If you want to enclose any special characters that might be found in the data as an escape sequence, select the Fields Enclosure checkbox.

        Data import behaviorImport Behavior

      Step 3: Identify the Import File

      1. Click Choose File to select the file to import.

      2. Find the CSV file that you prepared to import and click Open.

      3. In the Images File Directory field, enter the relative path to the location on the Commerce server where uploaded images are stored.

        For example: .

        Starting with the Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source release, the path specified in the Images File Directory concatenates for import to the images base directory: . For example, place the files in the folder. The import images base directory can be configured in the file. If the Remote storage module is enabled, import files to the folder.

        To learn more about importing product images, see Importing Product Images.

        Data import fileFile to Import

      Step 4: Check the Import Data

      1. In the upper-right corner, click Check Data.

      2. Wait a few moments for the validation process to complete.

        If the import data is valid, the following message appears:

        Success message - file is validFile is Valid

      3. If the file is valid, click Import.

        Otherwise, correct each problem with the data that is listed in the message, and try to import the file again.

      4. The import process continues to the end of the data, unless an error is encountered.

        If an error message appears in the Validation Results, correct the problem in the data and import the file again.

        Error message - URL key already existsURL Key Already Exists

        A message appears when the import is complete.

      Import Behavior

      OperationDescription
      Add/UpdateNew product data is added to the existing product data for the existing entries in the database. All fields except can be updated.

      New tax classes that are specified in the import data are created automatically.

      New product categories that are specified in the import file are created automatically.

      New SKUs that are specified in the import file are created automatically

      Note: For products, you can update all fields except SKU through import.
      ReplaceThe existing product data is replaced with new data.

      Important: Exercise caution when replacing data because the existing product data will be completely cleared and all references in the system will be lost.

      If a SKU in the import data matches the SKU of an existing entity, all fields, including the SKU, are deleted and a new record is created using the CSV data. An error occurs if the CSV file references a SKU that does not exist in the database. You can Check Data to display error.
      DeleteAny entities in the import data that already exist in the database are deleted from the database.

      Delete ignores all columns in the import data, except for SKU. You can disregard all other attributes in the data.

      An error occurs if the CSV file references a SKU that does not exist in the database. You can Check Data to display error.
      Sours: https://docs.magento.com/user-guide/system/data-import.html

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      Magento 2.0 allows you to Import Products data to add or update the products, replace existing data and delete entities. This feature helps save a lot of time compared with manually configuring. Actually, almost data in Magento is contained in CSV files (Comma Separated Value file) which appears similar to Excel file but simpler. Therefore, we recommend you to become familiar with CSV files to import and export other types of data besides of products such as customer data, customer address data and product images. And the following is the instruction to import products to your Magento store. Let’s begin!

      To Import Products in Magento 2

      Step 1: Prepare the Data

      First, you have to make your data ready.

      • On the Admin sidebar, choose .
      • In the Import Settings section, set Entity Type to “Products” as you are importing product data.
      • After selecting the Entity Type, click . If you are prompted, click to start downloading the file.
      • Open to view the sample file.
      • Make sure that your CSV import file follows the sample file exactly.
      • Confirm that the size of your import file does not exceed the limit shown in the message which is usually informed to be 2M.
      • If the import data includes paths to product images, make sure that the image files have been uploaded to the appropriate location. The default location on the Magento server is . If the images reside on an external server, make sure that you have the full URL to the directory that contains the images.

      How to Import Products in Magento 2

      Step 2: Configure Import Behavior

      The Import process includes many requirements, therefore, you need to configure the behaviours beforehand:

      • In the Import Behavior section, choose the action you want when importing data in the Import Behavior field: “Add/Update”, “Replace Existing Complex Data” or “Delete Entities”. Then set the following field to “Stop on Error” or “Skip Error Entries”.
      • In the Allowed Errors Count field, enter a number of errors to pause the import process.
      • In the Field separator and Multiple value separator fields, leave the default as “,” since the default separator in CSV file is a comma. How to Import Products in Magento 2

      Step 3: Specify the Import File

      Next, you will upload the file you want to import data from:

      • In the File to Import section, click on the button and choose your import data file, then click .
      • If the import data contains paths to product images, in the Images File Directory field, enter:
        • The path to the uploaded images on the Magento server. For example: .
        • Or the full URL to the images on another server. For example: . Import Products in Magento 2 from file

      Step 4: Check the Data and Finish the Importing

      To complete the import process, the imported data needs to be checked:

      • In the upper-right corner, click and wait for the process to complete.
      • If the file is valid, click the button shown in the Validation Results. Contrarily, correct the problem informed in the message and try again.
      • When the importing completes, there will be a message to notify you.

      Step 5: View the Import History

      Now, all of the import history can be viewed in the backend:

      • On the Admin sidebar, choose .
      • The import history detail table will show all the action of import/export for you to track. Import Products in Magento 2

      The bottom line

      Product Import in Magento 2 is no longer a manual, time-consuming task, but can become a simple and quick process, if you follow the above guide. You can also read more from the below related topics or discover the solution to import and export CMS, as well as tools to import and export categories for your Magento store. That’s all for today, and we’d love to hear more from you!

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      Sours: https://www.mageplaza.com/kb/how-to-import-products-magento-2.html
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