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Use Swagger version 2 declarations to import and test WebSphere Commerce v7 REST services

It’s actually quite common to use Swagger JSON v2 declarations to import REST services and start interacting with them. For example to start testing Oracle Commerce Cloud v16.1 REST services, you just have to download this JSON from the public

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Posted in oracle, REST services, websphere commerce

WebSphere Commerce custom tables queries and performance implications: goodbye ServerJDBCHelperAccessBean

Executing custom queries against custom tables is an historical problem affecting a lot of ecommerce projects implemented  with several big ecommerce frameworks (Oracle, IBM, SAP). On WebSphere Commerce the developers have used during a lot of years (and they are

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Oracle JDBC performance: how to exploit defaultRowPrefetch in a WebSphere environment

A lot of WebSphere Commerce customers are using an Oracle database as backend. From the performance point of view there are several specific parameters to work with to improve WebSphere Commerce performance on the database layer (DB2 or Oracle) But

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My top 15 hidden features in Commerce Fix Packs (FP9 and previous)

For the CSE blog fans who read my post there, I’d like to add the complete map with all hidden features available on FixPack 9 The original XMind map can be downloaded here with all links available. I hope you

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WebSphere Commerce FEP7: Caching search REST requests (updated FEP8)

With FEP7 a new REST service layer is deployed with WebSphere Commerce in a different EAR application to point to SOLR infrastructure directly without involve the BOD layer This architectural change allow us to start developing a different presentation layer

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Posted in cache, frontend, search

Manage a custom servlet cache instance: configuration and invalidation

Most of the times in your baseCache instance falls several different types of cache entries: full pages, fragments, marketing command objects, policies. Based on the “Best practices for caching design and decisions“, those entries could be moved to a different

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Precision Marketing basics: Customer abandon shopping cart trigger

In this second article about Websphere Commerce Precision marketing we will create another very common dialog activity using the “Customer abandon shopping cart” trigger. We’ll use as a guide the example “3.2.2 Abandoned shopping carts” explained in the Precision Marketing redbook.

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