Virtual Catalogs in the catalog system

Introduced in CS2002, virtual catalogs replace the custom catalogs feature in CS2000. While custom catalogs allowed you to create another instance of the base catalog with different pricing rules virtual catalogs allow you to aggregate content from one or more base catalogs, define inclusion and exclusion rules, define pricing rules on the included items and…

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Commerce Server : What’s Next?

    Four years back we shipped Commerce Server 2000. This was followed two years later by Commerce Server 2002. Commerce Server 2002 added powerful new features like multilingual, multicurrency capabilities, virtual catalogs, expanded profiling system, improved data analytics, business desk security to name a few.However the most significant addition to Commerce Server 2002 was .NET support,…

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Commerce Server Resources

You might be interested in the following available resources on Commerce Server.   1. Case studies Organizations come in all sizes and industries, each with its own business need. Follow the above link to learn how Commerce Server can meet the needs of an organization like yours.   2. CS2002 Whitepaper on Multi-Developer team setup This document contains…

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Base catalogs in the catalog system

Base catalogs, are used to store the products you want to sell on your site, categorize them into different categories, sequence/rank child products, categories and variants, define relationships between products and categories, define prices for products and categories.   The following are the key concepts in a base catalog Categories are primarily used to categorize products and other…

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