By default Store Exporter Deluxe uses the following PHP date and time formats to populate the %date% and %time% filename Tags when generating the export filename:
%date% – Y_m_d
%time% – H_i_s
You can override Store Exporter Deluxe to use your preferred date and time formats by adding the following WordPress Filter to your WordPress Theme’s functions.php file, note you need to return the formatted date string.
You can disable Product Attributes support within Store Exporter Deluxe when diagnosing export issues related to PHP form field limitations.
Add the following PHP snippets to your current WordPress Theme’s functions.php file to disable Product Attributes support within Store Exporter Deluxe. This will hide all export fields across all Export Types related to Product Attributes and is handy in store’s with a large volume of Global Attributes.
Hi WooCommerce store owners, the 2.1.3 Plugin update is a major Plugin update that introduces a new feature – Export Templates – for assigning export field preferences to Scheduled Exports. There’s also added new Plugins supported and a bunch of fixes and changes across the Plugin.
You can now create Export Templates and save lists of export field preferences against them and then assign that Export Template to a given Scheduled Export. What this means is you can create a list of pre-defined fields which will be applied when a Scheduled Export runs. In future minor Plugin updates we’ll be integrating Export Template support into the Quick Export screen, the CRON export engine, Orders screen and Export Triggers!
We’ve gone overboard on supporting WordPress Multisite environments. If you’re logged in as the Network Admin on the main WordPress site you can now export store details from all sites, we also have added new export fields to clarify what site a given Product, Order, etc. belongs to.
Apply the Export Template field selections by opening the Edit Scheduled Export screen.
Create and manage Export Templates from the Export Templates section of the WooCommerce > Store Export screen.
Switch between different Export Types from the General tab of the Edit Export Template screen
Select the export fields for each Export Type from the Fields tab.
You can save field preferences for mulitple Export Types against a single Export Template (e.g. Product fields and Order fields).
Here’s the full changelog:
Added: WordPress Filter for controlling thumbnail size on Featured Image (Embed)
Added: Check for PHPExcel_Worksheet_Drawing for Image embed in XLSX file type exports
Added: Product Gallery (Embed) to Products export
Added: Image (Embed) to Categories export type
Added: Image (Embed) to Brands export type
Added: Order Items: Featured Image (Embed) to Orders export type
Added: Category: Level 1 to Products export type
Added: Category: Level 2 to Products export type
Added: Category: Level 3 to Products export type
Added: Gravity Forms field support to Subscriptions export type (thanks Morten)
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Categories
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Tags
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Brands
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Orders
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Users
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Reviews
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Coupons
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Shipping Classes
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Subscriptions
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Product Vendors
Hi WooCommerce store owners, the 2.1.2 Plugin update is a minor Plugin update that extends the Scheduled Export engine with new Filters, Volume Limit and Offset support and reporting on failed Scheduled Exports.
Store Exporter Deluxe now supports automatic Plugin updates without being dependent on the Visser Labs Updater Plugin. 😀
Note: The 2.1.2 Plugin update does not include the anticipated Export Templates which is currently being developed. We’re as eager as you to see it released!
Monitor Scheduled Exports from the WooCommerce > Store Export > Scheduled Exports screen
In additional to monitoring Scheduled Exports from the Scheduled Exports and Recent Scheduled Exports Dashboard widgets you can now see all Scheduled Exports activity and reporting from the Scheduled Exports screen.
We now include detailed reporting on failed Scheduled Exports on the Scheduled Exports screen, prior to this we relied on the WooCommerce Logs engine and WordPress Logs file. If a Scheduled Export fails it is highlighted in red with information about the issue and where possible clear recommendations on how to resolve the conflict.
You can limit access to the Scheduled Exports and Recent Scheduled Exports Dashboard widget by modifying the woo_ce_admin_dashboard_user_capability WordPress Filter.
New Scheduled Export options
This release includes the following new options to be applied to Scheduled Exports within the Add/Edit Scheduled Export screen:
Order Items Formatting
Rolling out support for WordPress MultiSite
The 2.1.2 Plugin update added WordPress MultiSite support for Network Admin’s to export Products, this will be extended in future minor Plugin updates to support all other Export Types.
Export support for new Plugins
We now support exporting from the following Plugins:
WooCommerce Profit of Sales Report
Order Delivery Date Pro for WooCommerce
Here’s the full changelog:
Added: Coupon Expiry Date to Orders export (thanks Mihai)
Added: Remember Filter Order by Dates filter on Quick Export screen
Added: User Capability checks on Dashboard widgets (thanks Valentin)
Added: Export support for WooCommerce Profit of Sales Report (thanks Matias)
Added: Cost of Good field to Products export
Added: Order Items: Cost of Good field to Orders export
Added: Limit Volume to Scheduled Export screen
Added: Volume Offset to Scheduled Export screen
Added: All Day Booking to Orders export (thanks Johnny)
Added: Booking Resource ID to Orders export
Added: Booking Resource Name to Orders export
Added: Booking # of Persons to Orders export
Added: Recent Scheduled Exports to Scheduled Export screen
Added: Delete All button to Recent Scheduled Exports list
Added: Styling to Scheduled Exports with Draft Status
Added: Fatal error detection during Scheduled Exports
Added: Automatic 30 second screen refresh after pressing Execute on Scheduled Exports screen
Added: Fatal error details to Recent Scheduled Exports (thanks William)
Added: Legacy support for PCLZip where ZipArchive is unavailable (thanks William)
Added: Order Items Formatting to Edit Scheduled Export screen (thanks Emily)
Added: Per Product Shipping – Country to Products export
Added: Per Product Shipping – State to Products export
Added: Per Product Shipping – Postcode to Products export
Added: Per Product Shipping – Cost to Products export
Added: Per Product Shipping – Item Cost to Products export
Added: Per Product Shipping – Order to Products export
Added: WordPress MultiSite support for Products (thanks Rob)
Added: Notice when logged in as Network Admin on WordPress MultiSite
Added: Export support for Order Delivery Date Pro for WooCommerce (thanks Robin)
Changed: Order Date filter query (thanks Joe)
Changed: Export Modules includes links to individual Plugin pages
Changed: Hover text on disabled Execute button on Scheduled Exports screen
Changed: Remove table footer section from Scheduled Exports
Changed: Detection PHP function for Per Product Shipping (thanks Max)
Changed: Deactivate Visser Labs Updater on upgrade
Fixed: Export Modules list empty when filtering by an empty filter
Fixed: Filter Order by Dates: Last week not working
Fixed: Limit on number of Variations or WPML Products (thanks Warren)
Fixed: Variation only Products exports not working (thanks Ilan)
Fixed: Export of WooCommerce Product Vendors (thanks Joe)
Fixed: Automatic Plugin updater conflict
Fixed: Filter Orders by Shipping Country not working (thanks Julien)
Fixed: Export custom Product meta in Orders export (thanks Patrick)
Download the latest Plugin update from My Account, or via Dashboard > Updates within the WordPress Administration and for more information visit the Plugin detail page for Store Exporter Deluxe.
You can limit the allowed dates for the DatePicker Field Type so that only specific dates are accepted (e.g. today’s date onward, or up to 3 months from today).
Add the following PHP snippets to your current WordPress Theme’s functions.php file to limit the DatePicker Field to only accept dates from today’s date forward. You can apply other DatePicker rules (jQuery UI) using the below method.
You can extend the behaviour of the default DatePicker Checkout Field in WooCommerce Checkout Manager by hooking into our exposed WordPress Filters. In the below example we add a year and month dropdown to the DatePicker Checkout Field.
Add the following PHP snippets to your current WordPress Theme’s functions.php file:
Hi WooCommerce store owners, the 4.0.8 Plugin update is a minor Plugin update as part of our roadmap for resolving critical Plugin issues and ensuring this Plugin can be maintained going forward. There are no security fixes in this release.
Here’s the full changelog:
Fixed: PHP notice on Checkout screen
Added: WordPress Action to override DatePicker Options
By default Store Exporter Deluxe uses the ZipArchive Class for generating the OfficeOpenXML file format required by the XLS and XLSX file types. Where the ZipArchive Class is unavailable – not installed or disabled – you can override Store Exporter Deluxe to use an alternate Class called PCLZip by adding the following WordPress Filter to your WordPress Theme’s functions.php file.
Hi WooCommerce store owners, the 4.0.4 Plugin update is a minor Plugin update as part of our roadmap for resolving critical Plugin issues and ensuring this Plugin can be maintained going forward. There are no security fixes in this release.
Noticable changes in this release is changes to the required state of fields at Checkout (still being ironed out with the beta WCM community) and the default size of Textarea fields has been increased.
Behind the scene there are major structural changes to the Plugin codebase with us moving functionality out of /includes/classes/main.php and into separate files within the /includes/… directory, for instance:
admin.php for code relevant to the WordPress Administration
checkout.php for code relevant to the WooCommerce Checkout page
email.php for code relevant to the Order Receipt
This structural change to the Plugin codebase will make it easier for us as Plugin developers to build and maintain this Plugin while enabling you as end-users to inspect what the Plugin is doing and extend WooCommerce Checkout Manager without prior knowledge of the Plugin codebase. 🙂
Here’s the full changelog:
Fixed: Required field message for non-required fields at Checkout
Added: Delete WCM WordPress Options to Advanced tab
Added: Delete WCM Orders Post meta to Advanced tab
Added: Delete WCM Users meta to Advanced tab
Added: Confirmation prompt to Advanced tab links
Changed: Hide empty File uploader fields on Edit Order screen
Added: Force show Billing fields to Switches tab
Changed: Took out all !important CSS references
Fixed: Line-breaks being stripped from Text Area fields
Changed: Default rows for textarea field is 5
Changed: Default columns for textarea field is 25
Added: wooccm_checkout_field_texarea_rows Filter for overriding default textarea field rows
Added: wooccm_checkout_field_texarea_columns Filter for overriding default textarea field rows
Changed: WooCheckout screen now using template files
There’s an easter egg in Store Exporter Deluxe that only select beta testers have known about. It’s come time to share this new Product export field with the community as it’s received very positive feedback since it’s quiet introduction and will be listed as “Featured Image (Embed)” in the 2.1.2 minor Plugin update due this fortnight.
Include embedded Featured Image Product thumbnails within XLSX exports by adding the following PHP snippet to your current WordPress Theme’s functions.php file: