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I'm starting with Commerce Kickstart 2 together with demo store.

I added a product and upload one image, this product has one of the demo store variation types (Bags & Cases) and the product display type associated.

It seems simple since I didn't change nothing. But when I click in main menu the products already there are listed fine, with product image, only my new product don't show the image.

I see in variation types Bags & Cases that the Images field, Column Format, is defined as image delta, Image style: product_medium. And that is the point. In MySite/sites/default/files/styles directory are the styles of images. In that directory there is the product_medium directory where the images showed when in View Mode Node:Product list (the list of bags listed when click in To carry).

Well, the fact is when I create the product there is no option to load an image that will saved in MySite/sites/default/files/styles/product_medium directory. And that's the problem. Since when I manually copy the image to that directory, the image is showed up.

Where I define this product_medium image?

  • Could it be that your file folders are not setup correctly? Checkout drupal.org/node/15368 Also check your database log if there are any file related errors reported, more info at drupal.org/documentation/modules/dblog – Pontus Nilsson Aug 10 '14 at 14:28
  • Oh my. That's it. Drupal couldn't right in sites/default/files/styles because hadn't permission to do it. I gave right permissions and now it's ok. Thanks @PontusNilsson. – Caco Aug 10 '14 at 15:04
  • @PontusNilsson, You could put your comment as answer. – Caco Aug 10 '14 at 15:05
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Could it be that your file folders are not setup correctly? Checkout drupal.org/node/15368 Also check your database log if there are any file related errors reported, more info at drupal.org/documentation/modules/dblog

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