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Re: Invoke Graphql query from Adobe IO
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Hi, I suggest having a look at https://github.com/adobe/commerce-cif-graphql-integration-reference. This project is about exposing a GraphQL API based on the Magento schema. The schema you implement can be a subset or extensions of the Magento schema or a completely different GraphQL schema. Markus

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Betreff: Bind Products for AEM Commerce on AEM as a Cloud...
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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-setup. 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.

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Betreff: Bind Products for AEM Commerce on AEM as a Cloud...
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- Adobe Experience Manager
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-setup.The root category id is the top entry category of your catalog.

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Betreff: 3rd Party CIF on Adobe IO
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Can you check your .wskprops config file, see https://adobedocs.github.io/adobeio-runtime/tools/wsk_install.html for details. From the screenshot I see there is https://runtime.adobe.io/%0D/… in your URL. "%0D" should not be there. Also it is recommended to use "adobeioruntime.net" for the apihos.

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Betreff: Bind Products for AEM Commerce on AEM as a Cloud...
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- Adobe Experience Manager
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 Confi...

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Re: AEM and Magento Integration using Commerce Integration Framework
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Hi, this has been changed with the last release, which introduced a switch to use HTTP only as well. However, this is only recommended for local development or demonstrations. Don't disable HTTPS for production environments.

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Re: Persistence of Product's Data fetched from Magento into AEM
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Correct commerce solutions integrated into AEM using CIF do not persist any product data in AEM any more, this is by design.This is not needed any more with CIF as the catalog is driven and controlled by Magento, no need for a shadow catalog in AEM. With the latest release we also support multi template pages for category or product pages, see: Configuration · adobe/aem-core-cif-components

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Re: AEM eCommerce Connector
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It is shipped as part of AEM.Very likely yes, for example you want to display different attributes for a product or modify the cart ui.No the components us the commerce API, so they are in depended of eCommerce Provider. Remember the architecture diagram the implementation of the commerce API (which is basically what is called connector) is taking care of the abstraction.Yes for commerce providers on the help page we or partners provide the implementation. For others you need to write code, see ...

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Re: AEM eCommerce Connector
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Hi Rama,for you as a developer there is only one commerce API to be used in your project for example to build your UI components. See here for intro & here API reference. This API is independed of the commerce system used in the background. Markus

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Re: AEM eCommerce Connector
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Hi Rama,AEM always need a connector to integrate with commerce engine. For major of the shelf commerce systems Adobe or Partners provide integrations which are ready to use. List of connectors > eCommerceMarkus

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Re: AEM eCommerce Connector
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Hi Rama,an architecture overview of the AEM commerce framework can be found in our documentation.Which tasks required on the AEM side depends mainly on the commerce engine you are trying to integrate with AEM. There are connectors for many commerce solutions which implement the AEM commerce integration framework. If you plan to integrate the home grown commerce system then I recommend to check out eCommerce Integration Framework which gives some starter.Markus

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Re: add new cq:commerceType for etc/commerce/products
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Hello, can you explain what you are trying to achieve by using cq:commerceType = series?The short answer to your question is: yes, the AEM commerce framework itself supports custom types of cq:commerceType.The long answer is it depends on two elements:Even the underlying commerce framework supports custom types it depends on your implementation of CommerceService and CommerceSession. I guess you use your own implementation of CommerceService, CommerceSession, Product and the importer classes, so...

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Re: E-Commerce Native client capabilities
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Hi Jitendra,the expected load shouldn’t be a problem for AEM. I’m currently working on a project with 3 shops with ~ 500k products each and ~200k registered users. They have a custom implementation of the eCommerce Framework, based on the AEM native eCommerce implementation.TarMK is used for both author and publish instances. I would recommend todo so as well, unless you have requirements which requires MongoMK (like author clustering, soco features, etc.)In terms of functionality the generic AE...

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Re: E-Commerce Native client capabilities
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Hi Ankur Chauhan,if you plan create your own implementation based on the OOTB AEM native eCommerce implementation please have in mind that is intended for mainly for reference and demonstration [0]. To use it in your project you will need your own implication or us a commercial eCommerce system.Regarding your questions:> 1. “Order management”There is a basic order management user interface in AEM, which can be extended as well. But to fulfill all your requirements (routing orders, splitting orde...

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