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@striletskyy You can only archive products afaik. However, the whole product revision system is undergoing a bit of a refresh so that might change.
@loanlaux not sure that understood you. All archived products will be deleted automatically?
reaction-devtools, are you sure you did a
reaction reset -nbefore restart Reaction?
reaction reset -n
I’m getting the following error after populating a few thousands of products using the devtools’ dataset loading script
Exception from sub Products id CuJynF6XXocNT9aji MongoError: Executor error during find command: OperationFailed: Sort operation used more than the maximum 33554432 bytes of RAM. Add an index, or specify a smaller limit.
I had set the overall memory for Reaction at 6GB using TOOL_NODE_FLAGS. How do I allocate more memory for Mongo while starting Reaction? In this case, I’m starting it using “reaction run”. I’m not starting a Mongo instance explicitly. Reaction is spawning one implicitly.
--max-old-space-size@haxplorer. Looks like you'll have to set an index to ease the find operation. I couldn't find anything about raising the memory allocation for Meteor's MongoDB (see: meteor/meteor#8875). https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27023622/overflow-sort-stage-buffered-data-usage-exceeds-internal-limit
catalogrelated code, especially
/server/methods/catalog.js. However, I wouldn't recommend this since I assume some other items will probably still refer to deleted products' IDs. Since MongoDB isn't a relational database, I would refrain from doing that.
All payment details should be handled by third party payment processors.
Do you have clear-text CC info stored in your store's DB?
I just got such information from our dev team. I'll share more information on Monday if that so.
/imports/plugins/included/product-detail-simple/lib/layout/simple.js). For an example of how to do that, check out the product review plugin on my GitHub.