Order Management is a central part of the e-commerce system. Since the majority of orders are created from the front-end site, the ordering process is usually automatic following an order management workflow. In some cases, orders need to be manually managed. The Order Management system provides shopping cartA collection of products selected by a website shopper, with the intention of completing a buying procedure. Also called shopping cart or basket.s (baskets), order capture, order fulfillment, paymentCommerce: the verification of a money transaction in a website shopping situation. The e-commerce system most often needs a verification for a payment to create the actual purchase order and complete the shopping workflow. functions and item returnCommerce: manages exchanges and refunds for faulty products. or exchangeCommerce: the process of replacing a faulty product with another one, or remit a refund. support.
You can define your own meta-classes and meta-fields for both productCommerce: various forms of merchandise that you can display and purchase from the public site, including products, variations/SKUs, bundles, packages and dynamic packages.s and orders in Commerce Manager. For instance, if you create a meta-class called Wine, you want to add meta-fields that are characteristic for wine, such as color, taste, vintage and maturity.
When you create meta-fields and meta-classes, you can use them in the productCommerce: various forms of merchandise that you can display and purchase from the public site, including products, variations/SKUs, bundles, packages and dynamic packages. catalogCommerce: a top-level container for catalog entries such as categories, products, and variants (SKUs).. Meta-classes and meta-fields for catalogs are defined in the Catalog System part of System Administration. For more information, see Catalog meta-classes and meta-fields.