Monthly Archives: October 2016
In this article, I am going to tell you about undocumented/poorly documented capabilities of the ImpEx Engine. There are also a number of the nontrivial usage patterns that can be useful in your projects.
In October 2016, SAP introduced hybris 6.2. This technical reference lists all new and updated itemtypes, attributes and beans. They generally have self-explanatory names, so this information will help you to get a starting point for a deeper research.
Variants are a common concept in e-commerce systems: products that differ in some aspect from one another but are based on the same model. In this article I explain five different architecture design patterns used for the product variant modeling. Examples, pros and cons, special cases, limitations.
A geofence is a virtual perimeter or a fence around a geographical real-world area of interest. In this article I introduce a proof-of-concept that demonstrates the power of geofencing in the e-commerce. The available delivery and payment methods, delivery cost and time calculations, product prices and taxes can depend on geographical areas the customer is in.
In this post, I would like to introduce the first results of Drools Fusion and Hybris integration. The solution explained in this article will allow you to create customer behavior driven e-commerce websites with real-time personalization and customer segmentation capabilities. The approach can be also used for the monitoring and the lean data processing.
Some information displayed on the hybris-powered website is likely not editable via back office tools if you use the default hybris. Actually, there are thousands of hard-coded phrases and words in the storefront templates. This article introduces an extension that allows you to move all this stuff in the database to be able to manage this information via backoffice.