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Installing Evision Ecommerce in Umbraco

Evision Ecommerce for Umbraco

How to install Evision Ecommerce in Umbraco

  1. Download the Evision Ecommerce demo zip from this page
    (do not extract the file)
  2. Install a new Umbraco site with SQL Server
    (SQL CE not supported)
  3. Log in to your Umbraco BackOffice (eg. yoursite/umbraco)
  4. Open the developer tab -> "Packages" page -> Click "Install Local" in the top right corner
  5. Choose the Evision Ecommerce demo zip file that you downloaded
  6. Click "Install" - wait for completion - Click "Finish"
  7. Go to the Content Tab and right click the "Front page"
  8. Choose the "Publish" option, check both options to publish all pages, and click "Publish"
  9. Navigate to front page
  10. Click "Begin Trial"

 

Requirements for Trial

  • Umbraco Version 7.6.2+
  • SQL Server Express+
    • (SQL CE not supported)
  • Administrator access to backoffice pages

System Features and documentation

The Umbraco demo you can download on this page is only part of the Evision Ecommerce system. The demo is including a set of demo data which has been exported from a full Evision Ecommerce system connected to a Microsoft Dynamics Navision. This provides access to test out frontend functionality on demo data, without setting up an entire system connected to an ERP.

Features you might want to try includes:

  • Login controlled product repository
  • Login controlled pricing and discounts
  • Granular permissions control on customer groups
  • Displaying everything about an order from the shoppingcart to the invoice(s)
  • Easy Re-Ordering from any step of a previous purchase

For a description of all features, please see the documentation.

All of these features are managed inside the ERP system, and with the full Evision Ecommerce system, the frontend will be completely updated with all data needed for these features to work without contacting the ERP.

Datatransmission is then reserved for updating changes from the ERP to the front in the background and transmitting new EOrders and Customers from the front to the ERP. This way the frontend is never waiting for a response from the ERP, which helps a lot on performance.

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