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
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
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
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.
Just to let everyone know, I will be speaking at an Open Question and Answer Session at in Tampa on March 19th, 2011 http://itcampsaturday.com/tampa/sessions/?session=27 Here is the link to register http://tampaitcampsaturday.eventbrite.com/ Looking forward to seeing you there.
I have run accross this error many times, i would say about 90% of the time a good old IISRESET clean up the issue. However not this time. An exception occurred in the ‘ProfilesWebService’ Web service. Exception details follow: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException
Update all the products in avirtual catalog.
When you attempt to access your Catalog Web Service, http://localhost/DefaultSite_CatalogWebService/CatalogWebService.asmx?op=GetServiceVersion Click the Invoke Button A new window will open displaying the following error: System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException: The catalog Web service does not have write access to the authorizationPolicyPath. Verify that the file
I use a simple query that runs ever thirty minutes that just returns the number of hours since the last order. It adjusts for local time. Load this into a stored procedure, write up a little console app that will