18.2 Import Cart Price Rules
Open the Wizard list in the top Store Manager’s menu:
On the Welcome page choose an action to start the process.
Proceed with the process and specify the filename with the full path on the second step:
‘Use configuration’ area serves for involving the pre-saved configuration into the current process. All selected columns, delimiters and other settings details will be restored by activating configuration from the
wizard list or externally:
On the following step you can select delimiter character which will be used for fields data separation:
Leave the fields as they are and press the button to continue. Choose the store (site) which you want the changes will be reflected in.
On the Assignment step the fields that need to be imported you should assign with the appropriate columns of the import file.
Use the automatically mode for fields linking - just choose a field you want to assign in the left panel and double click on the appropriate column in the right.
The value in a 'csv col' field is the field's number of the corresponding column of a file which can be indicated manually as well.
Take a note, only the assigned data will be transferred.
Important: to be able to move to the next step choose an identification method - ‘Rule ID’ or ‘Rule Name’ by helping which the importing data will be recognizable.
You can preview the data which are ready for transferring in the following stage of the import:
Next step displays the pre-import tasks list and the following import methods - make the selection before launching the import process:
You are able to save the current configuration with all configured delimiters, assigned fields and other setting details. It can be easily restored during the future import process and facilitate the passage of the import steps:
Start importing after pressing the appropriate button below:
The summary results will be reflected on the final step of the import.
‘Save Report’ button helps to keep the import details in the report document separately. It helps to monitor the main details of the process or errors, if any.