Shop Manager

Shop Manager



Magento Platform
Open Source (CE)

Tech Specifications

Current Version:
Stable Build
04 July, 2017
Extensions, Site Optimization
License Type:
BSD 2-Clause License


Manage your webshop directly from your backend, even without console access.

Other Extensions by Zsolt Tempfli


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If you are familiar with Magento 2, then you probably know that many administrative settings can be changed exclusively from the command line, using the php magento command. This has its own drawbacks, because the owner of a Magento 2 shop must either have knowledge of handling the command line, or has to pay someone to do it. Many of these commands would be really handy in the backend, but the default installation doesn’t provide any of them.

The Code007 Shop Manager module provides a graphical interface for the Magento command line. This means that you won't need to remember command names and arguments anymore. You will be
provided with the most important arguments and options for each console command. The module doesn't use PHP functions like exec, system or passthru to run the commands, so it will work even in production environments.

With this extension you will be able to easily deploy static content, recompile DI files, switch between developer and production modes, create or restore backups. More than 50 commands are available.

Feature List

  • run console commands directly from the Magento backend
  • graphical user interface for all commands
  • live progress and output

Release Notes

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  • Compatible with Open Source (CE) : 2.1
  • Stability: Stable Build
  • Description:

    Manage your Magento webshop directly from the backend. There is no need to have SSH console access anymore to be able to do administrative tasks such as deploying static content or unlocking admin users. More than 50 console commands are supported, all of them with a graphical interface. The following commands are supported:
    - admin:user:create
    - admin:user:unlock
    - cache:clean
    - cache:disable
    - cache:enable
    - cache:flush
    - cache:status
    - catalog:images:resize
    - catalog:product:attributes:cleanup
    - cron:run
    - customer:hash:upgrade
    - deploy:mode:set
    - deploy:mode:show
    - dev:source-theme:deploy
    - dev:urn-catalog:generate
    - dev:xml:convert
    - i18n:collect-phrases
    - i18n:pack
    - i18n:uninstall
    - indexer:info
    - indexer:reindex
    - indexer:reset
    - indexer:set-mode
    - indexer:show-mode
    - indexer:status
    - info:adminuri
    - info:backups:list
    - info:currency:list
    - info:dependencies:show-framework
    - info:dependencies:show-modules
    - info:dependencies:show-modules-circular
    - info:language:list
    - info:timezone:list
    - maintenance:allow-ips
    - maintenance:disable
    - maintenance:enable
    - maintenance:status
    - module:disable
    - module:enable
    - module:status
    - module:uninstall
    - sampledata:deploy
    - sampledata:remove
    - sampledata:reset
    - setup:backup
    - setup:config:set
    - setup:cron:run
    - setup:db-data:upgrade
    - setup:db-schema:upgrade
    - setup:db:status
    - setup:di:compile
    - setup:performance:generate-fixtures
    - setup:rollback
    - setup:static-content:deploy
    - setup:store-config:set
    - setup:upgrade
    - theme:uninstall
    Live progress of the console output is shown.


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