I’m just writing this quick little trouble shooter, because there doesn’t seem to be much on the net about it. And I always seem to forget to do it. So after doing some database restores and moving things around, I
Being a Microsoft Commerce Server MVP, when I got the news that Microsoft was transferring development of Commerce Server to a partner, Ascentium, I was at first a little disappointed. I have been working with Commerce Server for a few
A quick note about the Ascentium/Microsoft buzz about Commerce Server, here’s an official press release from Ascentium. And here it is again on their site.
When you first start out developing for Commerce Server 2009 R2, you notice there are quite a large amount of code that they provide you to get started with. Where To Start: First you need to find the CommerceSharePointExtensibilityKit.zip file
So I received my regularly scheduled MSDN Flash newsletter, Volume 15, Number 19. I look in the new software available and it’s showing Commerce Server 2009 R2. I signed in to MSDN and there it was located under new downloads.
So I just recently spun up a new virtual machine to do some Commerce Server 2009 R2 work. Did all my standard installation work, everything seemed good. Then when I went to view the site, I get the following error:
This is the Exception that we will be looking at today: The requested operation could not be performed because the CommerceEntity ‘CustomEntity’ does not map to a Commerce Server profile definition. [FaultException1: The requested operation could not be performed because
Microsoft has released the release candidate for Commerce Server 2009 R2 as of today. One exciting thing to note is that there are two separate downloads for standard and enterprise editions. You will definitely need to start with a fresh installation
I will be speaking at IT Camp Saturday in Ft Lauderdale on July 23rd. This session will cover the basics of Commerce Server 2009 R2 and SharePoint 2010, with emphasis on Business User’s Content Management and Catalog Management. I will
The latest CTP has been added to the Microsoft Download Center http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=212469 Read the original post from Wayne Smith, Commerce Server Product Manager here.