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Area: Episerver Commerce Applies to versions: 10 and higher
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Commerce-specific configurations

This topic introduces feature-specific configurations for Episerver Commerce. General configuration for the Episerver platform with configuration files and syntax is described in the Configuration section for CMS. You should study the general platform configuration documentation to fully understand the Episerver configuration.

Commerce configuration files

The following configuration files define the e-commerce part of Episerver Commerce.

  • baf.config. Configuration settings used by Business Foundation (BF) applications.
  • baf.data.manager.config. Configuration of handlers and plug-in collections for meta classes.
  • baf.data.metaobject.config. Contains a set of meta object related configuration settings.
  • connectionStrings.config. Contains strings used for database connections.
  • ecf.app.config. Defines the ecf application name to be used.
  • ecf.asset.config. Configuration for the installation of the schema needed by Asset Management.
  • ecf.catalog.config. Enables customization of catalog settings.
  • ecf.customer.config. Configuration settings for the Customer Management subsystem.
  • ecf.customization.config. Configurations for the left menu customization.
  • ecf.marketing.config. Configurations used by the Marketing subsystem.
  • ecf.order.config. Configurations used by the Order subsystem.
  • ecf.security.config. Contains security module configuration settings.
  • ecf.ssl.config. Configuration settings for SSL security and HTTPS protocol redirection.
  • Mediachase.Search.config. Configuration of indexing and search features.
  • Mediachase.Search.Filters.config. Configuration of search filters. Values configured here are available to search.
  • EPiServerLog.config. Configuration of event logging.
  • Web.Config. Configuration settings for ASP.NET.

Related topics

The following topics describe how to configure specific areas of Episerver Commerce.