18 Results for Author Kautilya Prasad
Have you seen shops where a customer can checkout without actually paying at the time of order? We all know how critical a feature this is when it comes to reserve hotel rooms, order online and pay in store, etc. I will walk you through the various steps of the process, how is it working in the backend and how easy it is to work with Sitecore Commerce. You will also see that the customers who choose pay later, can go to their order history and pay for their orders.
In this blog post, I will talk about how to make updates to an order that is already submitted in the system. Imagine a scenario where the customer has placed an order and calls the customer rep to apply payment or add more details. How do we accomplish this?
In reviewing the Sitecore Symposium agenda, I noticed Sitecore Commerce sessions sprinkled throughout several of the tracks. Instead of reviewing the eCommerce Experience track as originally planned, several Commerce sessions in the other tracks also stood out to me. Since one of our goals at Symposium is to increase our knowledge to create better solutions for our clients, I decided to share the five overall eCommerce sessions I am most looking forward to attending:
Sitecore Experience Commerce 9 (XC9) comes with two default environments - Habitat and AdventureWorks. In this post, I will describe how you can safely remove these environments, create new environments and how to remove the sample projects from Sitecore Commerce Engine SDK.
When you are starting on a new project, the Sitecore Commerce Engine SDK gives a good headstart with all the sample projects. Eventually, you will need to remove these sample projects and keep only the ones that are needed for the project.
The Sitecore Commerce Engine comes with a project that is used to generate proxy after you have added your custom endpoints. This blog talks about how to generate that proxy with latest version of Odata packages.