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The only way to currently download existing products from the Shopping Cart plugin is from your database via phpMyAdmin.
You can login to phpMyAdmin, open your database and select the _wpcoproducts table's checkbox: http://screencast.com/t/gb0yc9k3de
Then scroll to the bottom and select "Export" in the "With selected:" drop down list: http://screencast.com/t/7rkxEjSp
On the next page, make sure "Quick - display only the minimal options" is selected, select "CSV" from the "Format" drop down list, and click the "Go" button: http://screencast.com/t/4qMPhCMJtdr
This will download your products in a CSV file, ready for you to edit and re-upload.
I hope this helps, Tracey? Please feel free to give us a shout if you have a problem or need more info.
Please let us know how it went, will you? I look forward to your report :-)
Thanks for your reply.
We'll work on the support ticket you submitted that contains significantly more information and see if we can resolve the issue for you.
We can then just update this post later to explain what the issue was for the benefit of the community.
added the prepend URL
re-written the images field to be the full URL in my csv file - to where the images are located on the server. My import brings all of the other data in and appears to bring in the images but they are not valid images:
I see the "resulting" images as renamed (friendly name) images in the wp-content/uploads/wp-checkout/images directory - but they are not valid images. they are all at about 300k instead of a variety of sizes like 10,100k 11,234k etc. When I try to view them from that directory I get an error that the picture is corrupted.
I am also concerned that these images are being created with permissions of 777 - I don't like anything on my server to have 777 per missions for reasons of security.
1 - Double Quotes not being closed properly
2 - Line breaks in products
3 - Semi-columns not working properly due to double quotes
Have you managed with this issue, Tracey?