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Hi,

I'm pretty new in Prestashop. So I'm using Prestashop 1.6.1.4 and I found the issue with the order invoice generator.

So, I set my product with the combinations option. In the product page in front end, it shows the correct image ( for quantity 1 I set image with 1 product in it as cover, for quantity 2 I set image with 2 product in it as cover etc.. )

But when I receive the invoice, it is showing other image which is not as the main/cover.

Does anyone have the same experience and please help me to solve this issue.

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Hi,

It  depends  of  the  product  combination  you  ordered. 

Of   course  you  will have  the  combination  image  instead  of  the  default  cover  image.

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On 5/8/2020 at 4:56 PM, ndiaga said:

Hi,

It  depends  of  the  product  combination  you  ordered. 

Of   course  you  will have  the  combination  image  instead  of  the  default  cover  image.

Yes,

I have choosen the images for combination, like example :

- images that showing only 1 product are set for 1 bulk quantity

- images that showing only 2 products are set for 2 bulk quantity

But still, the pdf is showing the wrong image

 

Here is the image reference code that i found in the classes/pdf/HTMLTemplateInvoice.php :

if (Configuration::get('PS_PDF_IMG_INVOICE')) {
            foreach ($order_details as &$order_detail) {
                if ($order_detail['image'] != null) {
                    $name = 'product_mini_'.(int)$order_detail['product_id'].(isset($order_detail['product_attribute_id']) ? '_'.(int)$order_detail['product_attribute_id'] : '').'.jpg';
                    $path = _PS_PROD_IMG_DIR_.$order_detail['image']->getExistingImgPath().'.jpg';

                    $order_detail['image_tag'] = preg_replace(
                        '/\.*'.preg_quote(__PS_BASE_URI__, '/').'/',
                        _PS_ROOT_DIR_.DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR,
                        ImageManager::thumbnail($path, $name, 45, 'jpg', false),
                        1
                    );

                    if (file_exists(_PS_TMP_IMG_DIR_.$name)) {
                        $order_detail['image_size'] = getimagesize(_PS_TMP_IMG_DIR_.$name);
                    } else {
                        $order_detail['image_size'] = false;
                    }
                }
            }
            unset($order_detail); // don't overwrite the last order_detail later
        }

 

And this is the template that i found in pdf/invoice.product-tab.tpl :

<td class="product center">
                {$order_detail.product_reference}
            </td>
            <td class="product left">
                {if $display_product_images}
                    <table width="100%">
                        <tr>
                            <td width="15%">
                                {if isset($order_detail.image) && $order_detail.image->id}
                                    {$order_detail.image_tag}
                                {/if}
                            </td>
                            <td width="5%">&nbsp;</td>
                            <td width="80%">
                                {$order_detail.product_name}
                            </td>
                        </tr>
                    </table>
                {else}
                    {$order_detail.product_name}
                {/if}

            </td>

 

 

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17 hours ago, ndiaga said:

Hi,

So  correct   it  by calling   the  right  image,  the  one   that  the  combination  uses.

Hi Ndiaga,

Thanks for your reply. Do you know how to call the right image by coding or any other alternatives?

Sorry, i'm really beginner about this

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4 hours ago, Jolsvi said:

Hi Ndiaga,

Thanks for your reply. Do you know how to call the right image by coding or any other alternatives?

Sorry, i'm really beginner about this

Please  follow  this  topic :

 

 

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