A lot of retailers offer promotions to customers and limit it by quantity of an item in cart. Let's say - Take 100$ off each limited to two Laptops. So if you add two laptops to your cart, you get 200$ off, if you add 3 laptops to your cart, you still get 200$ off. If you add 1 laptop to your cart, you get 100$ off. 

This blog post explains how to create a promotion in Sitecore Experience Commerce for the above scenario


Sitecore Commerce's strength is in the flexibility to infinitely customize and extend it to meet customer needs.

At XCentium, we lead the way in creating such extensions and customizations.

We have created an AvaTax plugin for version 9.1.0 of Sitecore Commerce.

The plugin can be found on GitHub at:

https://github.com/XCentium/SC-Plugin-Tax-Avalara/tree/SXC910


In part three of this series we are ready to launch our Salesforce Connection to the public. This post will discuss launch plan strategies, tips and common considerations to make your roll-out a success.


 

I recently faced an unusual issue with the default button to "insert an external link into Text field". This is for Sitecore.NET 9.2.0 (rev. 002893). Everytime I clicked on the web editor ribbon button, I got "Value cannot be null:html". You are hence not able to proceed at all. Here I will show you an alternate approach to it.


 

As you know, you can reset an item's presentation settings from the menu "Presentation/Reset" in the content editor. Consider a situation where there are tons of items and sub-items, and you suddenly realize that you will need to configure some item level security settings. It would have been nice, if similar to presentation settings, there was a "reset" option for security settings as well, so that you only need to specify the needed security settings at the template standard values level and then propagate the configuration to the tons of items/sub-items. I am going to discuss that today.

 


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