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Do you want to customize your commerce tab views in experience profile? Here is a good start on how to store custom commerce properties data in mongo and render it in the Sitecore Experience Profile Commerce Sub Tabs for Order details
There are instances when we use the properties bag in the Sitecore Commerce Connect entities (or Commerce Server Connect entities) to facilitate data exchange. One example of populating the properties with custom data is 'Unit Of Measure' in the sitecore commerce CartLine entity. Whenever an order is submitted, the outcome is captured in xDB and we can navigate to the experience profile to see the order details and summary. When you click on the "Orders" sub tab, it gives a list of all orders and then you can click an order and view details. In this blog, let's have fund and see how to add more columns to the 'Lines' section.
The landscape of business and shopping is changing!. With the help of unique Artificial Intelligence (AI) capabilities, e-commerce platforms are able to leverage the latest advancements in technology to learn about their customers and create personalized shopping experiences. One of the recent improvements in this market is voice-activated shopping using intelligent personal assistants. One of them being Amazon's Alexa, which stands out to be the most powerful and accurate voice system on the market.
In this article, I will go over my experience of integrating Sitecore Commerce application with Alexa. The integration of Alexa with Sitecore Commerce will delight the end users with a completely new way to interact with commerce applications.
When talking with potential clients, they tell me the mere thought of the time and cost involved to platform, or re-platform, eCommerce can be enough to leave things ‘status- quo’. Might that be you?
Not so long ago, it was a huge Enterprise undertaking to get an eCommerce system up and running. The good news is, Software as a Service (SaaS) options and the right implementation partner significantly reduce time, cost and stress in getting your platform up and making money.
Sitecore Commerce currently allows object extension through the use of weakly and strongly typed properties. Although the recommended development practices point to the strongly-typed approach as being preferred our experience shows that the weakly-typed should be used in the majority of the use cases. In this blog we look at the cons and pros of each approach and the reason behind the recommendation.
This blog post is about what is required when you or your client do not want to use Mongodb with Sitecore Commerce.
Mongodb stores analytics data and engagement plan data of a user's shopping activities.
Turning it of will require patching some pipeline processors for user to be able to shop.