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Bind Products for AEM Commerce on AEM as a Cloud Service

Nikhil-Kumar
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Hi All,

I was trying out the AEM Commerce on AEM as a Cloud Service where I have used the latest archetype 24 project.
I followed all the steps from https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-cloud-service/commerce/develop.html

 

But where do we Bind the product and verify that the endpoint that I have configured as part of Environment Variables is connected to my AEM instance ?

Thanks,
Nikhil Kumar


@Jörg_Hoh  @Arun_Patidar @vanegi 

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mhaack
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Hi, let me help to answer this. There is no product binding for CIF on AEM as a Cloud Services any more. All the configuration is done via Cloud Services now.

 

@Nikhil-Kumar if you follow the instructions documented you should already see products in the product console in your local AEM Cloud SDK setup. The CIF Add-On comes pre-configured with a config that connects to the default store in Magento. If you would like to connect multiple or different stores go to Tools > Cloud Services > CIF Configuration in your AEM author.

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Jörg_Hoh
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Employee

If you have specific questions about how to use the Archetype I would recommend you to raise the question at the respective github project: https://github.com/adobe/aem-project-archetype/issues

 

There you have the people which created it and which should be able to answer your questions.

Nikhil-Kumar
Community Advisor
Community Advisor
Just wanted to know that where the AEM Magento URL mapping console is available in AEMaaCs
Nikhil-Kumar
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

@Jörg_Hoh 

http://localhost:4502/libs/commerce/gui/content/products.html/var/commerce/products/we-retail   --> AEM 6.5

This console is not available in AEMaaCs so what is the alternative to bind the products on AEMaaCs ?

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Thanks!!

 

mhaack
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Employee
Employee

Hi, let me help to answer this. There is no product binding for CIF on AEM as a Cloud Services any more. All the configuration is done via Cloud Services now.

 

@Nikhil-Kumar if you follow the instructions documented you should already see products in the product console in your local AEM Cloud SDK setup. The CIF Add-On comes pre-configured with a config that connects to the default store in Magento. If you would like to connect multiple or different stores go to Tools > Cloud Services > CIF Configuration in your AEM author.

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Nikhil-Kumar
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Thanks @mhaack for the inputs, what if I have an graphql end point from AdobeIO suppose https://adobeioruntime.net/api/v1/web/<name-space>/<project-name>/dispatcher. Then in that case when we want to bind it with AEM, then what would be the catalog root id ? (As it is mandatory. How will I bind the adobeio graphql endpoints ?)
mhaack
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If you have a 3rd party commerce, non Magento. You set the endpoint of you I/O Runtime based service via the local env var (for local SDK) See step 5: https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-cloud-service/commerce/develop.html#local-... root category id is the top entry category of your catalog.
mhaack
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Employee
If you have a 3rd party commerce, non Magento. You set the endpoint of you I/O Runtime based service via the local env var (for local SDK) See step 5: https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-cloud-service/commerce/develop.html#local-.... The root category id is the top entry category of your catalog, depends on your commerce system and the way how the catalog is organised there.