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. Order Management in Commerce Manager provides shopping cartCommerce: A collection of products selected by a website customer, with the intention of completing a purchase. Also known as a 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: replacing a faulty product with another one. 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.