Tag: Oracle CX Cloud - Commerce

This set of tools allows management of Oracle ATG Commerce Content Administration (a.k.a The BCC) via REST services. These tools facilitate managing an Oracle ATG Commerce installation in the cloud environment without the need to manually use the BCC.

These tools also enable bursting, or auto-scaling an ATG cluster, and ATG instances can be added or removed from an existing cluster without the need to manually modify the BCC topology.

This error happens because the version of the tag library (taglib) in your running web app does not match the version of the updated taglib in DAS. This article shows you how to fix this problem by updating your project’s tag library, i.e. copy the DAS tag libraries to your application. Maintaining an updated, supported environment avoids harmful side effects that could occur as a result of running an environment with mismatching version of the tag libraries.

A company’s website is but one piece of the puzzle in a customer’s journey. This journey is a “sales funnel,” where thousands or even millions of potential customers are filtered down, nurtured and guided toward a sale. In an online retail environment, this maps quite well to Oracle Marketing Cloud, Oracle Content Marketing, WebCenter Sites and Oracle Commerce. Having all touchpoints managed end-to-end is what “Modern Marketing” is all about.

Assets in catalogs and related assets have grown exponentially in e-commerce. The fastest way to access these assets is the local, in-memory caching, but it’s limited by heap size growth, increased database pressure, etc. This white paper discusses an alternative: external caching. A coherence grid enables application caching to scale horizontally by many orders of magnitude when compared with traditional in-memory caching.

Global debugging can help solve complex problems in an ATG Commerce application. This debugging overrides the loggingDebug settings of all components, in all scopes, regardless of their individual loggingDebug settings. This is achieved through an entry in a single file that appears at the end of the CONFIGPATH, which is how it overrides all other settings. You can configure other settings globally in this file as well, but this post will focus on debugging.

Peeking inside a record store can help debug issues related to the Endeca Content Acquisition System (CAS). This article introduces the Endeca RecordStore Inspector utility, and shows how it can be used to fix these issues. The Endeca RecordStore Inspector utility was written using JavaFX 8 and Endeca 11.1, and runs on Windows, Linux or any environment that supports Java 8 runtime.

With the release of content as a service (CaaS) and digital asset management capability in CEC (Content and Experience Cloud), you can now develop custom widgets and customize the product detail page layout in OCC (Oracle Commerce Cloud) to display the digital asset and content item stored in CEC. This post demonstrates how to pass the product ID from a custom OCC widget to the Content SDK / REST API to retrieve the product image stored in CEC. You can then build from this example to support more advanced use cases like blogs, content items etc.

The Oracle Commerce REST framework introduced in version 11.3 adheres to Level 3 of the Richardson Maturity Model. The technical details of the new framework will be discussed, along with some lessons learned.

We all know that load testing can be very valuable for optimizing site performance. In this video playback, Spark::red shared their insights to successful load testing over the past decade.

This video playback presented by So Young Park and Seth Altman of Oracle courtesy of the 2018 Virtual Summit included the following abstract: Oracle shares the latest in the Oracle Commerce products and the new innovations delivering a better customer experience.