Learn How to Build Cross Platform SAP Commerce Cloud Implementations More Effectively

Here, you will learn how to leverage SAP AppGyver to build React Native digital commerce storefronts that run natively on both iPhone and Android devices.

SAP AppGyver is a low-code/no-code (LCNC) application development enviroment that accelerates mobile and web development. If you are building a new SAP Commerce Cloud storefront, SAP AppGyver should be strongly considered as your front-end implementation platform.

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SAP Commerce Project Team – RACI Matrix PowerPoint File

This article is written for project managers or delivery managers who need to understand and/or create a RACI matrix for their SAP Commerce Cloud Implementation projects. First, what is a RACI matrix? A RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed) matrix is a table that communicates the roles and responsibilities for a project. At the end of this article, you will have an opportunity to purchase a SAP Commerce Cloud RACI Matrix PowerPoint file inspired by SAP Commerce’s article “Recommended Staffing for SAP Commerce Cloud” to use for your future projects. We felt compelled to write this article because we have seen …

How to Identify and Fix SAP Commerce Cloud Backoffice Internal Server Error Issues

Situation The product team from a large SAP Commerce Cloud business client could not access the Product’s Classifications tab in Backoffice. Each time the team tried to access the Classifications tab, they encountered an “Internal Server Error” popup message.  This issue contributed to thousands of dollars of lost revenue each day because the product team was unable to launch new products on time for the holiday season. With the help of Kibana, the SAP Commerce V2 log monitoring platform, we identified a StackOverFlow error captured in the Backoffice’s log file. The log message didn’t provide the root cause, but it …

Build a Native Mobile Category Page with SAP AppGyver Tutorial (Part 3 of 3)

In the first part of the Build a Native Mobile Category Page tutorial, we implemented the required metadata and main page canvas required for our category page. If you missed the first part of the tutorial, click here to read the first installment of Build a Native Mobile Cateory Page with SAP AppGyver. In the second part of the tutorial, we configured JSON data stored on Mockachino's mock JSON API site to our Chair App. Click here to review the second installment of Build a Native Mobile Category Page with SAP AppGyver. In this final installment of the three part …