1. Marcel
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Hi Tharuna
when we import a new XML file with the template you created for us, everything works fine. The products in the file are imported in the category as defined in the Importfile. We changed the sort-order of the products in VM so we can determine which suit is shown first in the category view. After the new import that custom order stays the same. The setting we use for append categories is "yes" so it's does not need to set the category again but only add new ones. We did some changes in the import file because sometimes we want to add multiple categories or change the category of a product. To make that possible, we needed to change the setting append categories to "no", that means the category is set again during import, even if the category stays the same. Is there a way to keep the same sort order setting after a new import where we set append categories to "no"?

Thanks, kind regards, Marcel
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Hello Marcel,
You can load the attached patch file to get multiple values separated by | for product_ordering field in export.
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Tharuna

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Hello Marcel,

You can load the attached patch file to get multiple values separated by | for product_ordering field in export.




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