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Integrate AEM with Magento part - 4 by keysandstrokes - Raj

Abstract

This is the continuation of the previous article which is http://keysandstrokes.info/integrate-aem-magento-3/. After deploying your CIF project into AEM, you need to configure your AEM instance to connect with Magento. In this article, we are going to see how to connect to Magento and load products information on the AEM page.

Step 1:

Open http://localhost:4502/system/console/configMgr and edit CIF GraphQL Client Configuration Factory
a. By default the GraphQL Service Identifier points to “default”, you can change this to anything which you feel you can remember, here I changed this to “custom”
b. Enter your Magento server hostname by appending with “/graphql” in the GraphQL Service URL ex: https://localhost:4502/graphql.
c. If you are setting up development environment then you must enable “Accept self singed SSL certificate” and install a self-signed certificate for your domain otherwise it won’t work.
d. Keep remaining things as it is.

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