Specific loaders and command line tasks for Spree E-Commerce.
The loaders have been tested with 0.11, 1.3 and 2.2
The specs have been designed to use an internal Spree sandbox so it is very easy to change the Spree version and run the specs. See Testing section below.
Import and Export Spree models through .xls or CSV files, including all associations and setting configurable defaults or over rides.
High level rake and thor command line tasks for import/export provided.
Specific loaders and command line tasks provided out the box for Spree E-Commerce, enabling import/export of Product data including creating Variants with different count on hands and all associations including Properties/Taxons/OptionTypes and Images.
Loaders can be configured via YAML with over ride values, default values and mandatory column settings.
Many example Spreadsheets/CSV files in spec/fixtures, fully documented with comments for each column.
Add to bundle :
gem 'datashift' gem 'datashift_spree'
Create a high level .thor file - e.g mysite.thor - in your applications root directory
require 'datashift' require 'datashift_spree' DataShift::load_commands DataShift::SpreeHelper::load_commands
To check the available tasks run thor list with a search term, for example
bundle exec thor list datashift bundle exec thor list datashift_spree
New functionality and options under active development so check latest
usage information via
thor help <command> ... for example
bundle exec thor help datashift_spree:load:products
Will print out usage and latest options like ...
Usage: thor datashift_spree:load:products -i, --input=INPUT Options: -i, --input=INPUT # The import file (.xls or .csv) -s, [--sku-prefix=SKU_PREFIX] # Prefix to add to each SKU before saving Product -p, [--image-path-prefix=IMAGE_PATH_PREFIX] # Prefix to add to image path for importing from disk -v, [--verbose] # Verbose logging -c, [--config=CONFIG] # Configuration file containg defaults or over rides in YAML -d, [--dummy] # Dummy run, do not actually save Image or Product Populate Spree Product/Variant data from .xls (Excel) or CSV file
There are a number of specs to test this gem, located in the spec subdirectory.
To properly test this gem we require an actual Spree store, so when the specs are first run we create a sandbox Rails app, containing a Spree store, whose version we can control in spec/Gemfile
It's therefor recommended that all testing be done in spec dir itself, so first cd into spec
Define the version of Spree to test against, in the Gemfile, then run
cd spec bundle install
If changing Spree versions, it's best to force a rebuild of a clean sandbox, and often removing Gemfile.lock will resolve any funny version issues, so run:
cd spec rm -rf sandbox rm -rf Gemfile.lock
Change Gemfile versions and run
The next time you run rspec the sandbox will be regenerated using the latest versions of Rails/Spree specified in your Gemfile
bundle exec rspec -c .
Copyright:: (c) Autotelik Media Ltd 2012
Author :: Tom Statter
Date :: Oct 2012
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