How to use Asynchronous Product Import in Magento 2?

How to use Asynchronous Product Import in Magento 2 ?

I want to import product’s using asynchronous API to import the products.

Is there any idea how to use them to import the data using asynchronous.

Any help is appreciated.

Export from Bitcoin — import to Bitcoin Cash

You are likely importing it as a legacy address, since Bitcoin Cash does not support segwit scripts.

In this scenario, you cannot actually recover the coins yourself. Since segwit isn’t activated on the Bitcoin Cash chain, the coins are essentially anyone-can-spend – if you try and build a transaction yourself to move them, other parties on the network will notice that they can be spent by anyone, and there will likely be a few malicious ones who will attempt to take the coins for themselves.

Your best bet, if the value is significant, is to reach out directly to Bitcoin Cash mining pools and ask them to include a transaction directly in a block, without broadcasting it first. You should be able to provide them with the public key, which is sufficient to build the transaction required to move the coins.

plugin development – I need to import my table’s data into woocommerce product table data so I can sell them

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performance tuning – Typical time for JDBC import in a Postgresql Database

I need to import data from 70 XML files into a Database.

In the past I converted the XML files with a XSLT into SQL INSERT statements and imported them with psql. This had some limitations (error handling) but was quite fast.

Now I wrote a Java program to import the data. I imported 327828 rows in 70 transactions. PgAdmin4 reports after the import, that the database size is 210 MB and the XML data was 250 MB.

But the whole import took over 5 hours. This seems very slow to me. I do not understand how it is possible to spend more than 5 hours on 210 MB data. But I do not have any empirical values either.

How can I find out, if the time, the import took, is the normal behavior for a JDBC import? Is it possible to profile the import either on the database side or the client side to find any bottlenecks? Is it possible to do some kind of speed test to qualify my database setup?

Import wallet programatically – Bitcoin Stack Exchange

I am using the wallet API:

I am not very deep into crypto, but is there a way to allow the user to import his existing wallet into my app and add it as an HD wallet into my main wallet ?
I do not see any API endpoint for that, also I cannot find an apporipriate support email for contact with technical support on

Whatever I searched for it showed apps for importing my wallet into existing apps, but I want to make this functionality available in my app.

Import SP.js to typescript (Angular 4) application and use JSOM

I would like to use JSOM for things like creating Caml queries as I have to migrate AngularJS to Angular 4. The app is running in a WebPart.

Unfortunately there is no npm package for this. How can I use JSOM from my typescript? How do I write the import?

Always get the message:

Cannot find name ‘SP’


After some more research, I found out, that it is possible to add external JS libraries to my Angular 4 App via the WebPack externals.

How can I import those files as external libraries to my app and which files do I need to get a working JSOM?

import – Selective read/write on a mx file

Consider an mx file to which has been saved the following data

{(*list of hundred coords*)}

via Export(,lst). The heads are


Assume that “postions” i.e. {(*list of hundred coords*) takes a lot of time to load if one uses a direct Import on the entire list.

I wish to be able to

  1. Load just the “schema” of the file i.e. just {"schema,ver,N,positions"} or just upto “N” i.e. {{"schema,ver,N,positions"},1,100}. In other words, how to selectively read particular values without loading the entire list itself? For simplification say we are only interested in reading the top level values in the list.

  2. Correct the list without loading the entire list. Say I wan to correct the file as following

  • Change type:
    {"schema,ver,N,positions"} $to$"schema,ver,N,positions"
  • Add new entries e.g. add “length_Integer” b/w “ver” and “N”.
  • change existing entries: say an entry in “positions” was corrupted, so modify that position.
  • change existing entries(if sub-list edits aren’t possible): say change “ver” to 2

I haven’t used streams before so please highlight any pitfalls, better approaches, “do something else instead” advice. Thank you.

How can one import existing vSphere virtual machines into vRealize Automation 8.0?

I have a number of existing virtual machines within my vSphere datacenter. These VMs were not created using our vRealize 8 blueprints etc. However, I want to add the VMs to the vRA 8 inventory so that my users, who do not have access to vSphere, can have the ability to power them off/on, do basic reconfiguration, etc.

I believe the way to do this with vRA 7 was via a bulk import, but I can’t for the life of me work out how to do such a thing on vRA 8. I know VMware changed the names of a lot of things, so hopefully the functionality is still there but is hidden away.

How do I import an old pre-.itl iTunes LIbrary into Catalina

I want to open an iTunes library I created a long time ago in Catalina’s new Option-clicking gives me the option to open a pre-existing library, but when I navigate to its location in the file requester, there’s no .itl file to select. There’s an .xml file, but it’s greyed out.

I assume the library was created before .itl files existed and not opened up with a newer version of iTunes since, and hence not been updated. How do I open this library in

what is the difference from these two places? Import own publishing resource list

what is the difference from these two places? Import own publishing resource list