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A notation used throughout this document to indicate the starting directory (or root) location for the OFBiz installation is \$ofbiz install dir. This is typically followed by the path name location of the file or directory being discussed.

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The WebSite record is used to configure which Product Store to use for the ecommerce site that references it. This WebSite is already configured to refer to the "OFBiz E-Commerce Store", which we will be modifying, so there is no need to change anything here.

This page is used to configure surveys that are used for various things in ecommerce including random polls that show up on the side bars, special product related surveys to gather additional information about specific products or products in specific categories, surveys associated with the customer profile, and so on.

Using demo data for a new setup was the bit that was throwing me. I think I read somewhere that the recommended approach to setting up ofbiz from scratch was to install only the seed data and not the demo data.

It's a good work from Jacques. No doubt about it. But I found that in ofBiz administration documentation is not at it's best. It's such a beautiful application, but lack of detailed documentation diminishes it's shine. There should a very detailed administrative guide from the perspective of an end user. There are whole lot of options in ofbiz application and management jargons are used as their labels and values. The usage and effects of using that option or changing the value of that option in overall application has to be put in a book or article. It becomes really very difficult and fearful to configure the ofbiz and prepare for business use.

I'll suggest, an example to setup a website like Dell Computers website should be taken to make up the book. Modeling and preparing Dell's site using ofbiz can really clear a lot of concepts in ofbiz.

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Please note that ofbiz-framework-18.12 branch and ofbiz-plugins-18.12 branch are not yet officially released and will be stabilized over the next few months until the community is satisfied that they are ready for release.

The main discussion topic this month has been around the creation of a new 'marketplace' plugin for OFBiz. This potential new plugin will behave similar to ecommerce plugin but will also offer sellers the ability to sell their products on the marketplace

CSR creates a sales order for the customer from the backend as per the given information like personaldetails, contact information, billing and shipping information, and payment terms and methods.A customer can create a sales order from the storefront (ecommerce) as well.

The section labeled 'Created by' will give you the login ID of the person taking or making the order.This is who you need to talk with if there are any problems in the original order.Remember, it could be your customer service rep or it could be the customer herself if the order came in through ecommerce.

Order Entry begin with this screen. Using the top portion labeled "Sales Order" identify the Party placing the order, eitherwith their User Login Id (when a ecommerce customer give it to you) or their Party Id. The lookup can help you to search theId if you have only name, or other details.

From previous orders, a click on the Order History linkShopper repeats previous Order Items by calling [Order History]. Click on [view] to selectA complete order detail is shown.Clearly still within the ecommerce website, here the shopper sees details of the previous order. She has options to[Add All to Cart], [Add Checked to Cart] or request an auto-ship [Send me this every month].By checking on the item she wants to re-order, then clicking on [Add Checked to Cart], the item (in the same quantityas before) is added to her shopping cart. The screen will not clear out the earlier order, however, until she selectsanother process for finding her items. This gives her time to consider possibly re-ordering another item from the same list.

Also not discussed yet are the links to [Requests] and [Quotes]. Mechanisms are in place to let the customer go fromthe ecommerce screen to check on a Request or to view a Quote using links on the top menu bar.

Each process described is associated with a Scenario User Interface Automated Test, which is run onApache OFBiz Trunk Demo environment daily, and on a ofbizextra platform to be able to have a videoof all actions with some comments (Explaining, at each stage, what action will be taken).

Contact lists are currently email mailinglists, the OFBiz system could be extended to include the support of calling by telephoneand entering the results.On the email sent via this lists tracking codes can be used to measure the response when the readers of the email mailingclick on a link where a trackingcode is specified.For more info look at the program: applications/marketing/src/org/apache/ofbiz/marketing/tracking/

Tasks which are assigned either in projectmanager or workeffort.These event can be notified to the user even when not logged on to OFBiz by using a firefox plugin and when it changes theemployee is notified from within firefoxThe plugin: and it should check the following url: (adjust to your requirements) :8443/myportal/control/showPortletSimpleDecorator?portalPortletId=SystemInfoNotes&USERNAME=admin&PASSWORD=ofbizIn the Flat Grey theme (only) notifications show in the header when they are available.

This screen allows the user to find products for export from ofbiz store to Ebay site.First you must select product store, catalogs and category at products located.Then find products and select product you want to export to category on ebay site.

Press 'New Ebay Account' button to create your ebay account in ofbiz. After you have created ,the system will generate newproduct store in ofbiz which link to ebay store. (note :An ebay account in ofbiz use for access to your ebay store onthe ebay site)

This screen allows the user to manage reserve products from ofbiz inventory to their ebay store and then user can usethis screen to upload that products into ebay product inventory on ebay site following an ebay account.

technicaly , an application is a part of Component beginning with the webapp directory.A single component may contain several applications each mounted on a unique URL.Within each component, the "ofbiz-component.xml" file defines the available applications and how those applications shall be mounted on URLs.

technically , An OFBiz component is a directory used by the OFBiz framework to specify and load application server resources necessary to execute an OFBiz instance.Each OFBiz component must have a unique name (typically the name of the root directory for the component) anda configuration file called: "ofbiz-component.xml".Component resources may include, but are not limited to:

The core applications in Apache OFBiz are web applications that serve commonbusiness needs found in most enterprises.They are included in the ofbiz-framework and each one has one (or more) menu entry.Currently there are :

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