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Store Manager for PrestaShop v. 2.29.1

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I have tested Store Manager for Prestashop v2.36 and it is compatible with Thirty Bees v1.0.3.

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Works with thirtybees or supported by emagicone?

I have just asked their support and they told me they are not supporting the 30bees fork of prestashop. I have tested the software and it seems to work, but that is not the same as supported

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It works, it is not officially supported, we have caused a few things to break, but reverted them back to maintain support.

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I use it too. True that some things seems to work strage. Ffor example applying a price at the product listing to only some shops of a multistore structure, it applies to everystore so i need to apply them in the inferior section. There it works.

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Hi i would like to ask if it is still compatible with newer verions of TB,

// okay 1.0.8 is working just fine 😉

Edited by MichaelEZ

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We are currently using Store Manager v2.49 with TB 1.1.0, and we find it useful. We do not use Multistore functions.

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Hi

I am going to use Store manager 2.57.0 with TB 1.1.0, I hope that will work fine

I will let you know how the test goes

So far as Signut wrote here above that with a previous Store manager version can work on TB 1.1 I imagine should be fine, at least partially.

In fact by the way I am worried about the changes done on the database on the TB 1.1 version, surely are not taken in account in Store manager at this point and I have no idea if this is going to cause troubles.

My questions is about those extra tables introduced in the DB, can anyone expert predict if Store manager is going to do troubles in this respect?

I guess that at Emagicone they said that are not going to support Thirtybees as at that time they could not foresee how much people is going to use it.

However of course they might very well change their mind, they do support several e-commerce platforms, they will support also Thirtybees if becomes popular enough, there is no reason why they should not do it in that case.

Also would help much to let know Emagicone people that one switched to Thirtybees and ask to support it.

I am going to write them about, furthermore I suggest to everyone to do the same, and also to spread a good word around for TB so to help increase the success of this project.

Anyone who use TB and have already Prestashop store manager of course have full interest in achieving Emagicone to support it, but I would say also anyone else might like to support the TB success, even if is not going to use such a tool, in fact would be just a good thing to have TB recognized as interesting solution by more well known companies.

As usual in this cases could also be good to join the forces and create a collective petition too to Emagicone.

Who is going to support this action?

Thank you

Best regards to everyone

R.

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@Raymond  Our Emagicone License support period has ended.  We asked Emagicone if they would support our ThirtyBees installation - they advise they only work with the default Prestashop.  They are aware some folk are using their Store Manager for TB, but they will not themselves make any guarantee.

It would seem pointless for us to extend/upgrade our installation.

Also, we are using TB 1.1.0 and have a concern that TB database/table changes may affect the effectiveness of our Store Manager installation in the future.  

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Hi Signut

Yes, I renewed anyway the Store manager update license and I regularly update it, I am also pretty concerned about Store manager loosing ability to manage TB, it would a real bad thing.

Right that the reason for which I advice everyone to write to Emagicone about how good is the idea to also support TB too, in fact for them should not be hard at all as it is already fully compatible with PS 1.6 and starting from there should not be a problem to collaborate with Thirtybees too so keep their old customers (as an example you did not renew the update period, if they realize that those who will do that are many they have to change their mind) but also get new clients.

Also is good to spread around good words for TB, the more are the users the more are the chances to get on well and fine.

@ Betty Nutz > I am working on my CSVs and will test soon, I will report what happens

Thank you

Regards

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Hello Everyone

I tried to upload products from Store Manager 2.57.0 build 2233 to thirtybess 1.1.0 and everything seems fine.

The test included upload of catalogue from CSV containing products, then I tested creation of products and upload, upload images, specific prices, attributes, so far for that I noticed no problems, except having to clear the cache sometimes when I uploaded new specific prices.

I do not know if the cache cleared was the solution, however it happened to upload specific prices, see it in the back office product and not in the front office, I deleted the specific price, created it again in the back office and then worked, out, I also cleared the cache and after that all other specific prices in other products worked normal, the created other specific prices in store manager and uploaded it and they all worked fine without having to repeat that test procedure of creating it form back office and or clearing cache... do not know how to explain this behaviour, however it works now after that first "thing".

Hope this help.

Again, I suggest to everyone to ask EmagicOne to support ThirtyBees.

Bye

R.

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