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Los Angeles, CA, March 7, 2018 - Press Release - XCentium, a full-service digital consultancy firm and a leader in the digital eCommerce industry, today announced they have integrated the Bitcoin payment gateway, Coingate, and Sitecore Experience Commerce™ 9, expanding payment options with cryptocurrency.
We have all used the Sitecore's showconfig.aspx to take a look at the current Sitecore configuration, and validate that things are setup as intended. Most likely, this use case occurs when we are trying to solve a problem with our site (e.g. pipeline processor isn't executing). Unfortunately the ShowConfig.aspx page only functions on a successful startup of the Sitecore application. Recently, I was working on adding some patches to a Sitecore installation. The particular settings I was manipulating were triggered at application startup, and due to errors meant that Sitecore was throwing the infamous yellow screen of death; this meant I couldn't use the show config page to try and solve my problem. My solution: make my own show config page, and locate the issues with my startup. In this blog, I will go over my implementation for a standalone showconfig page, which can be used to debug and correct troublesome startup configurations.
E-Commerce automation is about giving your people and yourself the most important thing you can: time. In this post, we would discuss Automating eCommerce websites using Selenium.
Submit Visitor Order found stopped and dead in its tracks! Culprit leaving only mysterious UI clues and cryptic log messages like "Commerce.RedeemPromoCode" and "Component Execution Failed for Component [0x0]”. Will our fearless investigators be able to solve this mystery before time stops ticking and the project is deployed to live?
Will order be restored before its too late?
Find out in today's episode of The Sitecore Commerce Case Files!
Digital Darwinism is unkind to those who wait too long to replace technology. 50% of companies on Fortune 500 in 2000 are no longer on it.
Is your website like my 2004 Acura TL with 185,000 miles on it? Back in the day, my Acura (named ‘Baby Rocket”) was quite something. I loved that car. Recently I found myself justifying reasons to keep Baby Rocket when it was clearly time to replace her.