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Whatever industry or vertical B2B companies serve, one of the foundational goals is to provide great customer service and build a loyal following. In this digital era, most people prefer to research and purchase products and services online. They prefer doing business remotely through email correspondence, online access to business systems, mobile apps and other digital avenues.



B2B eCommerce software helps to simplify managing an online store which is otherwise a complex and multifaceted operation. In this new era, companies are upgrading their products and services to be tech-inclined, businesses are looking for an online store consists of many intricate components and processes, which B2B eCommerce software streamlines through an easy to use interface that even non-tech persons can operate.


Nowadays eCommerce has become a mandatory tool to make any business fully successful. Based on the market analysis, business owners feel that an eCommerce is a huge investment as they fail to get a clear roadmap, or vision, of how it will benefit their company. In a nutshell, every business is looking for an eCommerce solution, but they don’t feel confident to invest until they have a clear understanding on the below six factors:


Recently the Salesforce team at XCentium ran into case of “database history”. A legacy system we integrated with predated most modern RDBMS’s, and proved to have some interesting challenges.

One of these challenges is the subject of this blog post. To understand the issue, we have to go back a few years.


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.


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