Attribute Set + Group Import

Pacemaker Community comes with an attribute import and the apropriate command import:attributes:set therefore. You can find more information about how to invoke the command in the Usage section.

In general the filename for the dedicated MSI import MUST match the following pattern <PREFIX>_<FILENAME>_<COUNTER>.csv, whereas the default <PREFIX> is attribute-set-import, the <FILENAME> is a combination of date and time like 20190608-114344, and the <COUNTER> is a consecutive number with two digits starting with 01. This results in a filename like attribute-set-import_20190608-114344_01.csv. Additionally an apropriate .ok file is needed.

ATTENTION: Please be aware that the three parts MUST be separated with an underscore "_" as there is meaning for the bunch import behind its structure.

Unique Identifier

The unique identifier for the attribute set import is the attribute set name. The attribute set name is a mandatory field that has be available in the column attribute_set_name on EVERY row of the CSV file.


The CSV file with the attribute sets for the Magento 2 CE/EE consists of the following columns, whereas each attribute set can have multipe attribute groups

Column Name Type Description Example
attribute_set_name varchar The unique attribute set name. Bag
based_on varchar The name of the attribute set to copy the attributes from. Default
entity_type_code varchar The entity type code the attribute has to be bound to. catalog_product
sort_order integer The sort order of the attribute set. 1
attribute_group_name varchar The name of the attribute group. Product Details
attribute_group_code varchar The unique code of the attribute group. product-details
attribute_group_tab_group_code varchar The tag group code of the attribute group. basic
attribute_group_sort_order int The sort order for the attribute group in the backend/frontend. 10
default_id int The default ID of the attribute group. 1