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From zencart to prestashop how to work with csv file?


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Hello, I download csv file of
product categories
customer records
order products
order product attribute
order status history

via Apsona CSV data exporter ( a free add-on of zencart)

for example the field in customer records are

uuid customer__gender customer__first_name customer__last_name customer__DOB customer__email_address customer__nickname customer__telephone customer__fax customer__newsletter_ok customer__group_pricing customer__email_format customer__authorization customer__referral customer__street_address customer__suburb customer__postcode customer__city customer__state customer__country created modified

now from this post
I have understand that the correspondant fields on PS are
Active (0/1)
Gender ID (Mr = 1, Ms = 2, else 9)
E-mail *
Password *
Birthday (yyyy-mm-dd)
Lastname *
Firstname *
Newsletter (0/1)
Optin (0/1)

so I could create a csv file with that fields and then imported. But how can I import the fields of address for example?

So can I see what field are available to import in PS?
Also for products and orders and so on.


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  • 5 months later...

Can't help you with csv creation. Just suggest you to take a look at Cart2Cart - automated shopping cart migration service.
This is paid service but you will solve your issues in a blink of an eye!

Btw, you can test Cart2Cart with free demo migration and/or use 15% discount coupon for full migration process.

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  • 1 month later...

Hi rocky, unfortunatly it is.
currently im working for a very small business who currently has a webshop i created using zencart
Prestashop looks so much nice on the customer side
so wanted to migrate over.
currently the webshops not even making enough to cover costs of hosting, never mind migration modules :(
hosting is £4 a month, were lucky if were covering the hosting cost for the year :|

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