From the Settings area, you can find settings for Ecommerce including settings regarding orders, product catalog and products, internationalization, and RMAs. In this article, you can read about the individual settings in Settings > Ecommerce.
To read about the advanced configuration settings, see this other article.
The Orders settings include settings regarding payment, shipping, order fields and order line fields, order flows, and more.
This section covers:
- Order fields
- Order line fields
- Order flows
- Order context
- Stock States
- Track & Trace
- Address validation
- Validation groups
The other settings are described below.
A publication period is a set of dates during which a product is published on your solution.
Stock locations and categories
Stock locations are used when utilizing the stock matrix on a product. Stock locations can be categorized using stock location categories.
When creating a new stock location (Figure 6.1), you can:
- Enter a name and description
- Specify a stock location category
- Select a user, whose user information is then coupled to the stock location (using the user's ID)
To create a stock location category, go to Settings > Ecommerce > Product catalog > Stock location categories. For a new category, you just enter a name and description.
A Relation Group is an ad-hoc list which products may then be added to. Whenever a product in the relation group is shown in frontend, the other members of the product relation group can then be shown as ‘Related products’.
Field display groups
Field display groups are predefined groups of fields which can be used for the following purposes:
- As presets in the Details view in PIM
- As custom field groupings in frontend
Read more about field display groups here.
The RMA-system (Returned Merchandise Authorization) allows you to easily manage returns of products.
RMAs appear in certain states and execute different events. With these settings, you can:
With email notifications, the customers and/or employees can get notifications when an RMA enters a new state.
You can read more in this article.
The Advanced configuration settings are described in this article.