Here are few helpful pointers: The product attribute is not used in the business logic The product attribute is used only in a limited or select number of products The product attribute’s longevity is unknown, and it may become unnecessary in a matter of a few months or less The product attribute will be added dynamically at run-time The product attribute is a display property and does not have any reporting requirements
Hi Everyone, This is quick video demonstrating how to import SAP Hybris Commerce into Eclipse. Marc Raygoza HybrisArchitect.com
Hi Everyone, Just a quick announcement, HybrisArchitect.com is planning to release a series of Hybris Commerce training videos. I thought it would be a good idea to describe the presentation format used throughout these videos. Please watch this short video to learn how these upcoming video tutorials will be presented. Regards, Marc Raygoza HybrisArchitect.com
# Currencies $usaCurrency=USD $ukCurrency=GBP $audCurrency=AUD $europeCurrency=EUR $chinaCurrency=CNY $canadaCurrency=CAD $norwayCurrency=NOK $swedenCurrency=SEK # Currencies INSERT_UPDATE Currency ;isocode[unique=true] ;conversion ;$usaCurrency ;1 ;$ukCurrency ;0.75 ;$audCurrency ;1.26 ;$europeCurrency ;0.85 ;$chinaCurrency ;6.59 ;$canadaCurrency ;1.25 ;$norwayCurrency ;7.89 ;$swedenCurrency ;8.10 The foreign exchange rates are stored in the Currency item type Conversion attribute. In practice, you would create a Cron Job to update the foreign exchange rates in Hybris Commerce as often as required to effectively run your business.
I listen to Podcasts everyday while commuting to the office. Podcasts are a great learning resource, but I have't seen any podcasts dedicated to Hybris. I created this quick audio study guide to help those who are studying for the SAP Hybris Commerce Business Analyst 6.0 Certification. Click on the audio link below to listen to the study guide. Please let me know what you think. Your comments and feedback are very important.
Prior to go-live, it's important to establish custom error pages to prevent unexpected behavior from those pesky 500 HTTP status codes. Although you could perform a similar implementation using the Apache Web Server, you may also configure custom error pages using Hybris Commerce's web.xml file using the following XML snippet: <error-page> <error-code>500</error-code> <location>/WEB-INF/views/mobile/pages/error/ServerError.jsp</location> </error-page> <error-page> <error-code>503</error-code> <location>/WEB-INF/views/mobile/pages/error/ServerError.jsp</location> </error-page> <error-page> <exception-type>java.lang.Throwable</exception-type> <location>/WEB-INF/views/mobile/pages/error/ServerError.jsp</location> </error-page>