Support » Plugin: BulkPress » Remove definetely

  • Trieles

    (@trieles)


    Hello, I recently used the BulkPress and built some categories wrong, since then, there are wrong categories, the inheritance is wrong and the products belonging to certain categories, in the imports of products to my store, some go to one category and another to the another one that is the same but now they have a different name and woocommerce takes it as different categories … well, all a big mess. I removed the wordpress installation and everything but when I import from scratch, everything is re-created badly …. how do I definitely delete all the taxonomy information I create with this plugin ??? Obviously they are saved and the relationships between father and daughters, I need that all the information created is completely erased! uninstalling the plugin only they are not deleted, they must remain in the database. Help!

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  • Plugin Author Jesper van Engelen

    (@engelen)

    Hey Trieles,

    I’m sorry to hear that. There is no automatic way to remove all categories/terms created with BulkPress. The easiest way to remove them is to do so manually from the WordPress admin, I’m afraid. If you want to remove all terms, it may be easiest to do so in the SQL database directly, if you’re comfortable with that (make sure to make a back-up before you do so).

    The link you’ve attached to the post does not work, by the way.

    Best,
    Jesper

    Thread Starter Trieles

    (@trieles)

    Hello, thank you for your quick response. in which tables does it store the information? I could read the names of the taxonomies in the table, the problem is the relationships between taxonomies .. I honestly prefer not to touch the database but my second option at the moment is to delete all my work and do everything from scratch, the truth is a long time with this and it’s a terrible setback. I don’t know how to see the hierarchical relationship to erase. I am working with an import plugin and when you create all the products you create the taxonomies and you already create them wrong.

    Plugin Author Jesper van Engelen

    (@engelen)

    Hi Trieles,

    Based on your response, I’m not sure I actually understand the problem correctly. Am I correct in saying that you used BulkPress to create the product categories? Am I also correct in saying that you then used another plugin to import “products” into your installation? If yes, which plugin was that? Lastly, what exactly do you want to do: do you want to remove just the created categories or also the imported products?

    Best,
    Jesper

    Thread Starter Trieles

    (@trieles)

    I already had my store, the products and the categories. Days ago I realized that some categories were missing (they require that when I import products from my other site with which I am working, the categories with zero products, were not created). So I installed BulkPress and created some, when I saw that they were badly created and I had created several. Try deleting from frontend but there are a lot of products and once they have multiple categories assigned and reassigning categories for each product is a mess. Finally uninstall Woocommerce and Bulkpress. Install Woocommerce from scratch and do a new import of products, thinking about doing the store from scratch, it would work. And no, the taxonomies I had done with Bulkpress are re-created. I am using the Wp All import to import data into a csv from another site. I am making a new website so the old site, we deactivate it.

    Thread Starter Trieles

    (@trieles)

    I would like to remove all traces of Bulkpress in the database. Since before installing it, my imports of products with their respective categories, were created correctly. Now, despite having uninstalled Bulkpress, the product imports take the categories that were created with Bulkpress. Despite the fact that in my import csv, nothing changed. It’s like Bulkpress overwritten taxonomies, despite having uninstalled it.

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