- PremiumBartosz KoplinFebruary 17, 2020 @ 4:08 pm
I have a paid version of plugin and want to import data from https://feeds.datafeedwatch.com/19973/df877fafb8d360e5412081e5e481a4812ee3c6d6.xml
I select feed source as url and check data, than I select xml element to import and click create previev but nothing has changed. I can’t see “FEED IMPORT SETUP” so I can’t match data from xml to my custom fields.
How can I fix it?PremiumBartosz KoplinFebruary 17, 2020 @ 4:09 pm
This feed doesn’t work properly: https://feeds.datafeedwatch.com/19973/df877fafb8d360e5412081e5e481a4812ee3c6d6.xml
This is ok: https://feeds.datafeedwatch.com/19973/5b2cdb7098854e83b2e4ff0d69be2f04e3fe87a9.xml
My website: http://www.zagranica.netMoove AgencyFebruary 18, 2020 @ 10:40 am
Thanks for using our plugins.
We have tested the XML feed above, and the import is working fine in our end. The first one (df877fafb8d360e5412081e5e481a4812ee3c6d6.xml) is a large XML file and if your PHP execution time is slow on the server the imported couldn’t parse the large XML file and this could prevent the import. To fix the problem on your site, you can save the XML file to your computer, and use the file upload feature which is much faster.
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