Magento Extensions:Tracking Number Import Module

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Overview

Importing order status updates and invoices/shipments/tracking numbers from CSV or XML files into Magento has never been easier. Using the Magento Tracking Number Import Module by XTENTO, you will be able to automatically import invoices, shipments and tracking data into Magento.

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Setting up the extension

After installing the extension as instructed in our general installation guide, please go to System > XTENTO > Tracking Number Import Configuration. Please enter your license key there and set Module Enabled to "Yes".

Upgrading from the old Magento Tracking Number Import Module

Attention: When updating from the old module (any version before May 18th, 2015) the module will need to be configured again

If you downloaded the extension before May 18th, 2015, please go to My Downloadable Products in our store to download the latest version of the extension. You're using the old version if the menu entry Sales > Tracking Import does not exist. Both modules run stand-alone which means you can install them both at the same time, then make sure the new version works as expected, and disable the old version as described below.

The configuration will not be migrated automatically. You have to set up new import profiles at Sales > Tracking Import. Most of the configuration of the single profile of the old extension can be copied, located at System > XTENTO > Tracking Import Module (this section is not used anymore - any settings are now made at Sales > Tracking Import)

To disable the old tracking import module, please open the file app/etc/modules/Xtento_OrderStatusImport.xml. Look for the "active" node saying true and replace true with false. Save the file and refresh the Magento cache.

Configuring the extension

Before proceeding with the configuration, please make sure you're using the latest version of the extension. If you downloaded the extension before May 18th, 2015, please go to My Downloadable Products in our store to download the latest version of the extension.

The following description will cover the modules configuration located at Sales > Tracking Import.

Import Profiles

Import profiles can be set up for manual and automatic imports. Every profile contains information about the data to import (e.g. field mapping), when, how, and where to import from, as well as some other settings. The extension supports an unlimited number of different import profiles.

To set up new import profiles or to modify existing import profiles, please go to Sales > Tracking Import > Import Profiles.

Setting up a new import profile is easy. Press the "Add New Profile" button. You will then be asked to select the entity (just "order update" right now) to import, the file format (CSV/XML/TXT/...), as well as to assign a name to the profile which can be used to identify the import profile in import logs. Press the Continue button.

You will then be presented with the profile configuration. The configuration of import profiles is split into several different sections ("tabs") which are explained below.

1) General Settings

General Configuration
Name: Enter the name of the profile. This name will show up in execution logs and will be used to identify the profile when importing.
Enabled: If set to "No", this profile won't show up for manual imports nor will automatic imports be made.
File Processor: This defines the file format which will be imported, e.g. CSV/TXT/XML/... Import Type: Can't be changed after profile creation. Defines which entity (data type) gets imported. Available entities:

 Entity  Description
Order Update Run various order related actions such as invoice/shipping creation, etc.

2) Settings & Filters

Order Identifier: This is what is called the Order Identifier in the import settings and is what's used to identify the orders in the import file. Almost always you will want to use the Order Increment ID (Example: 100000001). You can also use the internal order entity_id, invoice, shipment or credit memo number here to identify orders to import in the file you're uploading.

Product Identifier: This is what is called the Product Identifier in the import settings and is what's used to identify the product in the import file. Almost always you will want to use the SKU. You can also use the products entity_id or a custom product attribute to identify products to invoice/ship.

Process order only if...: You can set up various filters that are checked against the order before importing here. If an order does not match the specified filters, it will be skipped and not thus not imported.

3) File Mapping

This section maps your import file format to the fields which will be adjusted/updated in Magento.

The options you see depend on the file processor selected in the "General Configuration" tab of the profile.

CSV/TXT/Tab-delimited

Use this processor if you want to import CSV/TXT/Tab-delimited file formats, so any format where fields are delimited by some character, e.g. , ; | etc.

Configuration
Skip header line: Set this to "Yes" if you want to skip the first line of each imported CSV file as it's the header line containing the column names. You must set this to "Yes" if the first line contains the column names and you want to map fields by column name.

Field Delimiter: REQUIRED: Set the field delimiter (one character only). Example field delimiter: ; (Hint: If you want to use a tab delimited file enter: \t)

Field Enclosure Character: Set the field enclosure character (one character only). Example: "

File Mapping
You can can map the import fields to the actual column names in the CSV/TXT/etc. file here. Make sure to enter the EXACT same column name (case-sensitive).

If there are no column headers in the import file, you can also map by index. The first field in the file would be 0 - the second field in the file would be 1 and so on.

"Additional Configuration"

The "Configure" button shown right next to each field mapped using the Field Mapper opens a popup where custom XML "code" can be specified. This custom XML can be used to manipulate the data mapped for this field, coming from your import file.

If you open the configuration popup for the first time it will have the following contents: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
</configuration>

This is the default configuration markup. Various actions can be specified there to manipulate field data, for example to map field values (if your mapped field "order status" contains "X", set the value to "processing" for example) or skip import rows, etc.

The following actions can be used:

map: Map values, for example if the data in the file for your mapped field equals "mytracker" (case-sensitive) map that to "tracker1" instead, and if it *matches* the regular expression "[0-9]" (no // delimiters may be used) map that to "tracker2" instead:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
    <map from="mytracker" to="tracker1"/>
    <map from="[0-9]" to="tracker2" method="preg_match" regex_modifier="i" />
</configuration>


replace: Replace data in field values for your mapped field. For example, if your field contains "order_" and you want to replace that with "" (empty string), or replace using a regular expression, for example remove numbers from the data:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
    <replace search="order_" replace=""/>
    <replace search="[0-9]" replace="" method="preg_replace" regex_modifier="i"/>
</configuration>

Example to replace everything after the last dot and the dot itself: <replace search="\..*$" replace="" method="preg_replace" regex_modifier="i"/>


use: If a field from your import file matches or equals "X", use a different field from the file for this mapped field instead. For example, if the first field in your file (index 0) is X use the third field (index 2) from the file for this field instead, or if it matches the regular expression "[0-9]" use the 8th field (index 7) from the file instead:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
    <use field="2" if="0" is="X"/>
    <use field="7" if="0" is="[0-9]" method="preg_match" regex_modifier="i"/>
</configuration>


skip: If a field in your import file matches or equals "X", the current import line/row will be skipped, so the order won't be updated. For example, if you have a field with the column header "Indicator" that is "X" or matches the regular expression "[0-9]", the row will be skipped:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
    <skip if="Indicator" is="X"/>
    <skip if="Indicator" is="[0-9]" method="preg_match" regex_modifier="i"/>
</configuration>


All actions can be combined, for example: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
    <map from="mytracker" to="tracker1"/>
    <map from="[0-9]" to="tracker2" method="preg_match" regex_modifier="i" />
    <replace search="order_" replace=""/>
</configuration>

XML

Use this processor if you want to import XML file formats.

Configuration
Data XPath: Set the XPath for the node containing the order updates.

Example XML file:
<orders>
<order>
...
</order>
<order>
...
</order>
</orders>

The order updates would be located in each "order" node, which are located in the "orders" node, so the XPath would be: //orders/order

Every "order" node located under the "orders" node would be processed then.

More information about XPath can be found here: http://www.w3schools.com/xpath/

File Mapping
You can map the actual import fields to the fields in the XML file here. Make sure to enter the EXACT same name (case-sensitive).

What you enter into the "Field Name" field is XPath. So for example if you had this XML markup:

<orders>
<order id="100000123">
<trackingnumber>1Z12343123123123123</trackingnumber>
</order>
</orders>

To fetch the sku you would enter: @id (@ in front because it's an attribute) To fetch the qty you would enter: trackingnumber (This is the field name of the field you want to fetch, as it's on order level you don't need a prefix.)

More information about XPath can be found here: http://www.w3schools.com/xpath/

Nested Nodes

If your fields are nested in nodes, you can specify additional XML using the "Configure" button that defines whether a field should be retrieved from a different / looping node below the current XPath. For example, if you want to import this format (tracking information NESTED under the order information):
<orders><order><id>X</id><tracks><track><number>1123</number><carrier>test</carrier></track></tracks></order></orders>
The nested tracking data node would be //tracks/track then as the tracks are child nodes of the data node. The following XML would be specified using the "Configure" button for the "Tracking Number" field (for the "File Field Name / Index" you would enter "number" (without the quotes) as that is the name of the field on //tracks/track level):
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
<nested_xpath xpath="//tracks/track"/>
</configuration>

"Additional Configuration"

Please refer to the Additional Configuration section of the CSV processor. It's the same as for XML.

Fixed-Length Formats

It is also possible to import fixed-length formats using the module. Just select the CSV/TXT/Tab processor when creating a profile.

For the Field Delimiter column enter: FLF When mapping a field at "File Mapping", you would enter the starting and ending position of the field into the "Field Name / Index" field.

For example if you want fetch position 5 to 30 you would enter: 5-30

4) Actions

The Import Actions tab defines which actions will be executed for an order found in your import file. The import actions are executed in the sort order set up in the import actions table.

Import Actions
Invoice Actions

Create invoice for imported order: If enabled, the module will try to create an invoice for the imported order. Please note no invoices can be created for an order if it has been completely invoiced already or if the order status does not allow invoicing (complete, or canceled, etc.).

Send invoice email to customer: If enabled, and if an invoice was created, the invoice email will be sent to the customer.

Capture payment for invoice: This will try to capture the payment at the payment gateway, i.e. charge the credit card if possible.

Set invoice status to "Paid": Marks the invoice as paid. This happens automatically if the payment is captured using the above action.

Import partial invoices: This requires the SKU and quantity fields in the import file to be filled with data. The order will then only get invoiced for the SKUs and quantities specified in the import file. If disabled, the order will always be invoiced for all items in the order. Make sure the products specified in the import file exist in the order, as otherwise if this is enabled and no products from the file are in the order, the order will not be invoiced.

Shipment Actions

Create shipment for imported order: If enabled, the module will try to create a shipment for the imported order. Please note no shipments can be created for an order if it has been completely shipped already or if the order status does not allow shipping (complete, or canceled, etc.).

Send shipment email to customer: If enabled, and if a shipment was created, the shipment email will be sent to the customer.

Import no shipments without tracking numbers: If set to "Yes" orders without tracking numbers won't be imported.

Add tracking numbers to existing shipments & import multiple tracking numbers: If the import file contains more than one tracking number for one order or if the order has been already shipped, these tracking numbers will get added to the most recent shipment of the order.

Import partial shipments: This requires the SKU and quantity fields in the import file to be filled with data. The order will then only get shipped for the SKUs and quantities specified in the import file. If disabled, the order will always be shipped for all items in the order. Make sure the products specified in the import file exist in the order, as otherwise if this is enabled and no products from the file are in the order, the order will not be shipped.

Credit Memo Actions

Create credit memo for imported order: If enabled, the module will try to create a credit memo for the imported order. Please note no credit memo can be created for an order if it has been completely refunded already or if the order status does not allow refunding (closed, etc.).

Send credit memo email to customer: If enabled, and if a credit memo was created, the credit memo email will be sent to the customer.

Return refunded items to stock: If enabled, refunded items will be returned to stock, this means the stock level for products will go up again.

Import partial credit memos: This requires the SKU and quantity fields in the import file to be filled with data. The order will then only get refunded for the SKUs and quantities specified in the import file. If disabled, the order will always be refunded for all items in the order. Make sure the products specified in the import file exist in the order, as otherwise if this is enabled and no products from the file are in the order, the order will not be refunded.

Order Status Actions

Change order status after importing partial order: If a partial shipped/invoiced order gets imported, change the order status to a specific status. Attention: Do not use the "On Hold" status for partial invoices/shipments, as otherwise no further invoices/shipments can be created!

Change order status after import (or when order has been completely invoiced/shipped): You can either import the status from the file you're importing (see processor options), or statically change the order status to the status set here after the order has been completely shipped.

"Additional Configuration"

The "Configure" button shown right next to each import action opens a popup where custom XML "code" can be specified. This custom XML can be used to manipulate action values, for example if a mapped field contains "X" don't run this action.

If you open the configuration popup for the first time it will have the following contents: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
</configuration>

This is the default configuration markup. The following actions can be used:

set: Manipulate the action value. For example if you configure the action "Create invoice for imported order", and want its value to be set to "No" (=don't create an invoice) if the mapped field "Custom Field 1" (mapped in the "File Mapping" tab) equals "X", and want it to be set to "Yes" (=create an invoice) if the "Custom Field 1" value matches the regular expression "[0-9]", you would use:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<configuration>
    <set value="false" if="custom1" is="X"/>
    <set value="true" if="custom1" is="[0-9]" method="preg_match" regex_modifier="i" />
</configuration>

5) Import Sources

Select the import sources where files should be downloaded from before importing simply by checking the checkbox right before the Source ID.

Please refer to the Import Sources section below to get an idea how to configure and set up import sources.

6) Automatic Import

It is possible to set up cronjob imports for import profiles, so profiles are executed automatically on a time schedule.

Cronjob Import

If you want to automate imports, you can set up cronjobs for profiles which execute the import for this profile at certain times automatically. First of all, make sure to set up your Magento cronjob as explained here. You can easily check the cronjob status by looking at the "Cronjob Import" section when editing a profiles "Automatic Import" tab. The Cronjob Status field will contain information about the status of the cronjob and whether any action is required or not.

To enable cronjob imports for this profile, simply set Enable Cronjob Import to "Yes". Select the Import Frequency of how often you want the import to run. That's it.

It is also possible to set up multiple, different cronjobs for one profile, for example if you wanted the cronjob to run at certain times during the week and only at 10pm on weekends. To do so, select "Use custom import frequency" from the Import Frequency dropdown, and enter one or more cron expressions separated by a semi-colon (;) in the Custom Import Frequency field. You can enter an unlimited amount of cron expressions there separated by semi-colons, just make sure they are valid cron expressions.

Example custom cron expression calling the cronjob for a profile at 8am, 1pm, 3pm at every full hour from Monday to Friday: 0 8,13,15 * * 1-5

Further examples:

Minute Hour Day Month Weekday Cron Expression Description
0 0 * * * 0 0 * * * Every day at 00:00
5 * * * * 5 * * * * Five minutes after every full hour
*/5 * * * * */5 * * * * Every 5 minutes
59 23 * * 0 59 23 * * 0 Every Sunday (Sunday can be 0 or 7) at 11:59pm
20,30 1 * * 1-5 20,30 1 * * 1-5 Monday to Friday at 01:20am and 01:30am
0 1 1-7 12 1 0 1 1-7 12 1 From Dec 1 to Dec 7, as well as on every Monday in December at 00:00

Important: Automated imports will only be made if the profiles status (under General Configuration) is "Enabled".

6) Profile Execution Log

The profile execution log shows any imports made using this profile, be it manual or automatic.

Import Sources

Import sources are the actual "sources" where imported files will be downloaded from. If your only goal is to manually import and upload import files from the Magento backend, you won't need to set up any import sources. If you need to download import files from remote FTP servers or certain local directories on the Magento server, you will have to set up import sources.

The module supports an unlimited amount of different import sources. The following source types are currently supported:

 Source Type  Description
Local Directory Files are retrieved from a local directory on the Magento server
FTP Server Files are retrieved from a remote FTP(S) server
SFTP Server Files are retrieved from a remote SFTP server. Supports SFTPv3 only.
HTTP Server Files are retrieved from remote HTTP servers by sending a GET/POST request for example
Webservice/API Files are retrieved from webservices/API. The webservice/API code must be set up by you.
Custom Code / Custom Class Imports can be handled by a custom class you can set up. This class could parse and modify, and then return files to process to the module.

Setting up Import Sources

To set up import sources, go to Sales > Tracking Import > Import Sources. You can modify existing sources there or add new sources.

Setting up a new import source is easy. Press the "Add New Source" button. You will then be asked to select the source type (from which type of "server" the imported files will retrieved from) to create, as well as to assign a name to the source which can be used to identify the source in import profiles and logs. Press the Continue button. You will then be presented with the source configuration.

Source Types

Local Directory

This source type will simply fetch imported files from a local directory on the Magento server.

If you begin the path with a dot in front of it, for example ./var/import/ the path will be relative to the Magento root directory. This means the file would be loaded from the /var/import/ directory located in the root directory of Magento.

Supplying an absolute path is possible by beginning the path with a dash, for example: /var/www/tmp/import/

Please make sure the path you enter is readable by the webserver. It must be possible for the webserver to read the files in that directory, otherwise a warning will be shown/logged.

FTP Server

The FTP source type supports downloading files from FTP servers.

The following configuration must be entered for FTP servers:

 Field Name  Description
IP or Hostname Enter the hostname (address) or IP address of the FTP server you want to download files from
Server Type You can select FTP or FTPS server types. Please note that FTPS (FTP "with SSL") is only supported if PHP has been compiled with OpenSSL support and also the PHP implementation is quite picky with regards to which servers it supports.
Port Enter port of FTP server. This is port 21 usually.
Username Enter the username used to log into the FTP server
Password Enter the password used to log into the FTP server
Timeout Connection timeout in seconds after which the connection will fail
Enable Passive Mode If your server is behind a firewall, or if the extension has problems downloading the import files, please set this to "Yes".
Import Directory Enter the directory from which files should be downloaded from
Filename Pattern This needs to be a valid regular expression. The regular expression will be used to detect import files. The import will fail if the pattern is invalid. Example: /csv/i for all files with the csv file extension or for all files in the import directory: //
Archive Directory If you want to move the imported file(s) to another directory after they have been processed, please enter the path here. This is the absolute path to the archive directory on the FTP server. This directory has to exist on the FTP server. Leave empty if you don't want to archive the import files.
Delete imported files Set this to "Yes" if you want to delete the imported file from the FTP server after it has been processed. You can't delete and archive at the same time, so choose either this option or the archive option above.
Potential issues: Connection/upload fails
SFTP Server

The SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) source type is identical with the FTP source type, except that it loads files from a SFTP server. This source type supports SFTPv3 servers only. To find out which SFTP server version your server is using, connect to it using WinSCP (download here and look at the very bottom status bar. It will show the SFTP server version.

Most of the time port 22 is used for SFTP servers.

Potential issues: Connection/upload fails
HTTP Server

To download files from a HTTP server, please follow the following steps:

  1. Go into the app/code/local/Xtento/TrackingImport/Model/Source/ directory and rename the file "Http.php.sample" to "Http.php"
  2. Enter the function name you want to call in the Http.php class in the field below.
  3. Open the Http.php file and add a function that matches the function name you entered. This function will be called by this source upon importing then.

Example: If you enter server1 in the function name field below, a method called server1() must exist in the Http.php file. This way multiple HTTP servers can be added to the HTTP class, and can be called from different import source, separated by the function name that is called. The function you add then gets called whenever this source is executed by an import profile.

Important: Please make sure the function you enter exists like this in the app/code/local/Xtento/TrackingImport/Model/Source/Http.php file: public function yourFunctionName() { ... }

Potential issues: Connection fails
  1. Please go through the steps above one or two more times again to make sure you really set it up exactly as explained.
  2. Please make sure there is no firewall blocking outgoing HTTP connections. Get in touch with your hoster if in doubt.
Webservice/API

To import data from a webservice, please follow the following steps:

  1. Go into the app/code/local/Xtento/TrackingImport/Model/Source/ directory and rename the file "Webservice.php.sample" to "Webservice.php"
  2. Enter the function name you want to call in the Webservice.php class in the field below.
  3. Open the Webservice.php file and add a function that matches the function name you entered. This function will be called by this source upon importing then.

Example: If you enter server1 in the function name field below, a method called server1() must exist in the Webservice.php file. This way multiple webservices can be added to the Webservice class, and can be called from different import source, separated by the function name that is called. The function you add then gets called whenever this source is executed by an import profile.

Important: Please make sure the function you enter exists like this in the app/code/local/Xtento/TrackingImport/Model/Source/Webservice.php file:

public function yourFunctionName() { ... }

Potential issues: No connection
  1. Please go through the steps above one or two more times again to make sure you really set it up exactly as explained.
  2. Please make sure there is no firewall blocking outgoing HTTP connections. Get in touch with your hoster if in doubt.
Custom Code / Custom Class

You can set up an own class in our (or another) module which gets called when importing. The loadFiles() function would be called in your class. If your class was called Xtento_TrackingImport_Model_Source_Myclass then the identifer to enter here would be xtento_trackingimport/source_myclass

Please make sure the following function exists in your custom class: public function loadFiles() { ...your code here... }

Logging errors in the profile log for custom sources

If you developed a custom class or set up a custom webservice/HTTP connection function, and in case of errors want to log them in the execution log, you can access the log entry like this to add a warning for example:

$logEntry = Mage::registry('tracking_import_log');
$logEntry->setResult(Xtento_TrackingImport_Model_Log::RESULT_WARNING);
$logEntry->addResultMessage(Mage::helper('xtento_trackingimport')->__('Source "%s" (ID: %s): %s', $this->getSource()->getName(), $this->getSource()->getId(), 'Something went wrong'));

Enabling Import Sources in Profiles

To associate created import sources to import profiles, open an import profile and go to the Import Sources tab and select the import sources where the file should be sent to by selecting the checkbox in front of it. Then save the profile.

You can associate an unlimited number of sources to a profile.

Using the extension

The following functions can found at Sales > Tracking Import.

Manual Import

Importing updates manually is easy. After configuring the extension and creating profiles, just go to Sales > Tracking Import > Manual Import.

First of all, select the profile you want to import. You can then select a file to upload (no files will be loaded from configured sources then) OR if you don't select a file to upload, files will be downloaded from configured sources in the import profile.

There are two more options to enable here. Test Mode and Debug Mode. If test mode is enabled, no real updates will be imported, nothing will be updated. If debug mode is enabled, a detailed log showing information about the last import will be shown. Both can be enabled at the same time.

If you're ready to import, just press the Import button. You will be presented with a success message if the import completed successfully. (Or an error message alternatively)

Automatic Import

To set up automatic imports, please have a look at the Automatic Import section configurable for each import profile. You can check/control whether automatic imports were made or not in the Execution Log.

Execution Log

The profile execution log shows any imports made using all profiles, be it manual or automatic.

Tools

Export Settings

The extension comes with functionality to export certain module configuration. All or certain import profiles as well as import sources can be selected for exporting at Sales > Tracking Import > Tools, and can be exported by simply pressing the Export Settings button then. The exported file (ending in .json) can then be imported into another Magento installation using the Import Settings functionality, making it very easy to transfer your settings between development/staging/test/live environments or for clients.

Import Settings

The extension comes with functionality to import certain module configuration from other Magento installations. This means if you've previously exported import profiles or import sources using the Export Settings functionality, you can import it here again.

Please note no passwords of import sources will be imported. These will have to be re-entered manually for destinations.

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Troubleshooting

Or: How to fix the most common issues.

FTP Download does not work

BillPay doesn't get notified about new invoices

This is a bug in the BillPay extension. For the sales_order_invoice_pay event, it just listens for adminhtml-area executions. If some task generates invoices using a cronjob (like our extension), the BillPay extension never gets notified about this, as the cronjob operates in another area and the event needs to be listed under "global". To fix this, please open the app/code/*/*/BillPay/etc/config.xml file and look for:

   <adminhtml>
       <events>
           ...
           <sales_order_invoice_pay>
               <observers>
                   <confirm_invoice_event_handler>
                       <type>model</type>
                       <class>billpay/observer</class>
                       <method>sendConfirmInvoiceRequest</method>
                       <args></args>
                   </confirm_invoice_event_handler>
               </observers>
           </sales_order_invoice_pay>
           ...
       </events>
   </adminhtml>

Move the sales_order_invoice_pay event into the <global><events> section and refresh the Magento cache. It will work fine then.

Cannot filter in extension grids (Execution Log, ...)

This is caused by the BL_CustomGrid extension. Please go to System > Custom Grids > List (Manage Custom Grids) and disable all XTENTO related grids.

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