If you have ever tried to export product data from Magento for a bigger catalog, you would know that Magento can be very notorious in that. You can try these SQL statements to export Magento product data in parts -
To export SKU & price (active product with price)
select sku, value attribute_id from mage_catalog_product_entity JOIN mage_catalog_product_entity_
To export SKU & Description ( active product with description )
select sku, value from mage_catalog_product_entity JOIN mage_catalog_product_entity_text on mage_catalog_product_entity.entity_id=mage_catalog_product_entity_text.entity_id where mage_catalog_product_entity_text.attribute_id=’64′
To export SKU & Name ( active product with name )
select sku, value from mage_catalog_product_entity JOIN mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar on mage_catalog_product_entity.entity_id=mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar.entity_id where mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar.attribute_id=’63′
To export SKU & Image ( active product with image )
select sku, value from mage_catalog_product_entity JOIN mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar on mage_catalog_product_entity.entity_id=mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar.entity_id where mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar.attribute_id=’77′
To export SKU & URL ( active product with url )
select sku, value from mage_catalog_product_entity JOIN mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar on mage_catalog_product_entity.entity_id=mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar.entity_id where mage_catalog_product_entity_varchar.attribute_id=’89′
Hope it helps. Feel free to write comments if you have a better way of doing it.
Update – 05252014
You can create the above as views.Using these views, you can create another view which will give you all the essential products details in one table. This can be exported out of phpmyadmin in zipped format easily.
SELECT A.sku, E.name, A.url, C.image, D.price, B.description
FROM `active product with url` AS A
INNER JOIN `active product with description` AS B
INNER JOIN `active product with image` AS C
INNER JOIN `active product with price` AS D
INNER JOIN `active product with name` AS E
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