I did use bulk csv upload to create these products
But I am very confused on why this happening! As you can the correct image is associated with the item but for some reason a womens top form another listing is showing on the live site??? And this is just one example. Most imported the correct images but this issue isnt just for one product but many.
It looks like image upload process has been interrupted (probably temporary FTP connection issues) and some product image resizes have been corrupted while update.
The Store Manager displays the main product images, which have been uploaded correctly.
In case there is just a few incorrect images, you can replace them manually. As an option you can re-import products once more in order to regenerate product images.
Jan 30, 2014
yeah I deleted everything and re uploaded and it helped . still a couple images that ported over but 95% were good versus 50%
Feb 27, 2014
We get this problem quite frequently. I think it is to do with multi-shop and multiple installations
We access three stores (not multishop) within store manager. When we switch from one store to another, if there are any ftp tasks that have stopped for any reason they stay in the cache That means the ftp data (username and password) stays set for the old store rather than the new store just switched to. So when you try to look at images in the new store, the system is still looking at the old store
Does that make sense?
So when we are needing to work with images the first thing we do is switch to ftp tasks queue and delete any thing there. This clears the cache, store manager then pics up the correct ftp details and all is well
Bit of a pain, but workable
So ideally store manager should clear out the ftp queue whenever you switch between stores
Feb 28, 2014
The Store Manager does not wipes out the FTP tasks queue when you switch between connections. Otherwise if you switch to another store after any import procedure, all image upload tasks for your previous store will be deleted and the images will not be uploaded accordingly.
You should try to decrease the Max FTP Threads in Preferences(F12) > FTP tab.
That will slow down the upload process, however it will be more stable.
If the issue remains, please submit a ticket: http://support.emagicone.com/submit_ticket
Mar 01, 2014
I understand why the queue can;t be cleared, but i think this is to do with stopped processes so increasing Max FTp will not make a difference (will try it though)
I think it is when Store Manager expects an image and does not find one. For example, not all our categories have images associated with them. When I click on that categry, store manager tries to get the image but it is not there so the process is stopped
When I switch to another store, that stopped process is still in the queue and that prevents store manager from changing the ftp details and therefore it can;t get the correct images for the new store
As I said it is not something that causes us many problems now I know what it is but thought it may shed some light for others