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Hi everyone,

 

I tried insert by mysql query new categories in my shop.

 

I insert sucessfully many rows, but in shop's frontpage in the "created" categories i have the error 404. But if i enter in admin mode in a category and click save, this error disapears. I not made any changes.

 

I compare the category table and after the save, the values of "nleft" and "nright" changed.

 

Anybody can help me how the values are generated?

 

Regards,

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In /classes/Category.php there are some functions that do the generation of these numbers:

 

public static function regenerateEntireNtree()
{
 $id = Context::getContext()->shop->id;
 $id_shop = $id ? $id: Configuration::get('PS_SHOP_DEFAULT');
 $categories = Db::getInstance()->executeS('
 SELECT c.`id_category`, c.`id_parent`
 FROM `'._DB_PREFIX_.'category` c
 LEFT JOIN `'._DB_PREFIX_.'category_shop` cs
  ON (c.`id_category` = cs.`id_category` AND cs.`id_shop` = '.(int)$id_shop.')
 ORDER BY c.`id_parent`, cs.`position` ASC');
 $categories_array = array();
 foreach ($categories as $category)
  $categories_array[$category['id_parent']]['subcategories'][] = $category['id_category'];
 $n = 1;
 if (isset($categories_array[0]) && $categories_array[0]['subcategories'])
  Category::_subTree($categories_array, $categories_array[0]['subcategories'][0], $n);
}
protected static function _subTree(&$categories, $id_category, &$n)
{
 $left = $n++;
 if (isset($categories[(int)$id_category]['subcategories']))
  foreach ($categories[(int)$id_category]['subcategories'] as $id_subcategory)
   Category::_subTree($categories, (int)$id_subcategory, $n);
 $right = (int)$n++;
 Db::getInstance()->execute('
  UPDATE '._DB_PREFIX_.'category
  SET nleft = '.(int)$left.', nright = '.(int)$right.'
  WHERE id_category = '.(int)$id_category.' LIMIT 1
 ');
}

 

 

These numbers are (for example) used to check for parents of a category in the category tree structure.

For example in classes/Product.php they are used in the function: (See where clause, limiting the result to the category's parent(s)

 

public function getParentCategories($id_lang = null)
{
 if (!$id_lang)
  $id_lang = Context::getContext()->language->id;
 $interval = Category::getInterval($this->id_category_default);
 $sql = new DbQuery();
 $sql->from('category', 'c');
 $sql->leftJoin('category_lang', 'cl', 'c.id_category = cl.id_category AND id_lang = '.(int)$id_lang.Shop::addSqlRestrictionOnLang('cl'));
 $sql->where('c.nleft <= '.(int)$interval['nleft'].' AND c.nright >= '.(int)$interval['nright']);
 $sql->orderBy('c.nleft');
 return Db::getInstance(_PS_USE_SQL_SLAVE_)->executeS($sql);
}

 

Maybe draw out your tree and add the left right numbers. This may give you a better understanding.

 

Hope this helps,

pascal

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Hi pascal,

 

I see the php code and i use my java app that run a php script to update the tree after insert the categories.

 

<?php
include(dirname(__FILE__).'/config/config.inc.php');
Category::regenerateEntireNtree();
?>

 

It works now.

 

Thanks for your quick reply.

 

Regads

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