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Press Release - Los Angeles, CA, November 27th, 2018: XCentium, a full-service digital consultancy firm and a leader in the digital eCommerce industry, today announced they have created a new Pay Later plugin for Sitecore Experience Commerce, providing customers flexible payment options.
Considering the growing commerce trend to for customers to buy online and pay upon pickup or delivery, XCentium was excited to lead the way in integrating Pay Later with Sitecore Experience Commerce 9. Together, Kautilya Prasad, Sitecore Commerce MVP and Senior Architect at XCentium, and Vasiliy Fomichev, Sitecore Commerce MVP and Technical Director at XCentium, have been spearheading this effort as part of XCentium’s continuing path to lead the way in innovative eCommerce software implementation.
On most Commerce projects there’s a need to send a message to about an event related to cart, order or a customer being updated in the system. “XC Commerce Messages” is the library I built to address such scenarios and the rest of this post describes how to use it and extend it if needed.
Out of the box, Sitecore Experience Commerce has a configured minion running in the background from the minions environment which is responsible for moving the orders from the initial status of the Order i.e., Pending to final stage, i.e., Completed. By the end of this article, I will walk you that process which will help you understand how we can move orders between lists and how to remove an order from a list...
This plugin allows you to convert a guest order into an authenticated member order.
As you may know, most eCommerce websites today offer the Guest order feature, and after completion give you the option to register and create an account.
In that scenario, the completed guest order needs to be displayed in the user’s order history.
We’ve got a situation once where Sitecore Commerce catalog data got corrupted in Sitecore, which led to all kinds of issues due to Sitecore being unable to read or index Commerce items. No meaningful information in Sitecore and Commerce Engine logs, no clues whatsoever, Sitecore would just freeze when trying to read catalog data. IIS reset would unfreeze it, but only until it tries to read catalog data again… Took a while to figure this one out, but here is the solution that worked for us.