If you enable the development mode and then use Store Import:
To enable the development mode, find the config.local.php file in the root directory of your CS-Cart/Multi-Vendor 4.3.x installation and add the following code to the end of the file:
Even if you don’t enable the development mode, you’ll find the Store Import logs in the /var/store import/ directory. This directory is created automatically during the import process.
The table_replacement.php file located in the app/addons/store_import/schemas/store_import directory of your CS-Cart/Multi-Vendor 4.3.x installation contains the list of all tables in the store database. The tables with the
// symbols before their names will be overwritten during data actualization—Step 5 of the import process.
Let’s assume you made some changes in the Website → Pages section of the Administration panel during Step 4 of the import process. To prevent losing that data during actualization, open table_replacement.php, remove the
// symbols in the following lines of the code and save the file:
Now these tables will not be overwritten during the data actualization.
Be careful when modifying table_replacement.php—don’t change the file, unless you know exactly what you’re doing.