Blog entries posted during 2017

  • Permanently drop prices of all products

    This is an unusual post – as I usually don’t post sample code – that should be the job of the documentation. However, I jumped upon this question http://world.episerver.com/forum/developer-forum/Episerver-Commerce/Thread-Container/2017/8/global-pr...

  • Watch out for orphan rows in Episerver Commerce database

    One of the most important aspect of data storage is integrity, meaning that the accuracy and consistency is maintained throughout the life cycle. However, there are cases when the integrity can be compromised in certain tables. It is difficult (if...

  • Episerver Commerce commandTimeout configuration

    We at Episerver takes performance seriously – as one of the feature that constantly monitored and fine-tuned. This is especially true for database accesses, as they are usually the bottlenecks of the system (accessing databases are I/O operations...

  • Episerver caching issue with .NET 4.7

    If you are using Episerver and update to .NET 4.7 (even involuntarily, such as you are using DXC/Azure to host your websites. Microsoft updated Azure to .NET 4.7 on June 26th) , you might notice some weird performance issues. If your servers are i...

  • Price optimizing: to be or not to be

    It can be quite confusing when you first edit prices in Episerver Commerce. To your surprises, some of the prices you imported or edited might disappear, or change, without your consent! What happened? To answer that question, it’s essential to kn...

  • Commerce Manager over HTTPS with load balancer

    Commerce Manager - either you like it or hate it - is still an important part of Commerce, and there are functionalities which can't be found else where, so you will have to stick with it for the time being. And as it's important enough, it's a... 0

  • Episerver breaking changes policies

    There has been a small confusion regarding our breaking changes policies, and some developers understand it as "Episerver promises to not introduce breaking changes in non-major releases".  That's not entirely correct. We promises to not introduce... 10

  • Episerver CMS performance optimization – part 1

    This is an unusual post – it is not about Commerce – my area of expertise, but about CMS. Recently I’ve been working on some support cases where SQL Server instance is on high utilization, and in some scenarios it eventually slows down the site....

  • Merging carts when a customer logs in

    It’s quite common when a customer browses your site without logging in – either she/he intentionally does that, or just forget about logging in. The customer might add some items to carts and even checks out, but then is asked to log in or remembe...

  • Multisite in Episerver Commerce

    It seems that we currently have an increasing number of questions regarding multisite feature in Episerver Commerce. It’s fully supported in CMS. You can have only one site, one database to serve multiple domains – which of course reduces the cost...

About the blogger

Quan Mai


Episerver AB
Oracle

Episerver Commerce software engineer. Author of Pro Episerver Commerce.