New releases of the third-party add-on Avensia Storefront. Bug fix for Episerver Social Reach.
The update applies to Episerver projects version 7.5 and higher, and contains finalized work items included in the latest iteration. Continuous release updates are cumulative to include previous updates. Episerver supports all platform updates and strongly recommends that you keep ongoing projects up-to-date. You can install the updates from the Episerver NuGet feed.
This release information lists updated main package versions for the Episerver platform. When a release is built, other dependent packages also may be bumped to new versions, although they contain no publicly visible changes. This is done to avoid dependency errors. When you upgrade, NuGet alerts you to upgrade related packages to the required versions. For Commerce, it is important to ensure that you are running the same version of CMS and Commerce, both in the front-end and back-end applications.
Note: This package contains an update for the Episerver Social Reach product. Do not confuse Episerver Social Reach with Episerver Social.
Episerver Social Reach lets marketers use social media to drive traffic and increase conversion rates by sending social messages that promote website content.
Episerver Social is a service for building functionality to manage user-generated content in the form of ratings, comments, reviews, and activity streams.
InRiver Product Marketing Cloud (PMC) support
D365 v 10 (Retail server 9.10) support
Three new configuration properties to the <retailServer/> configuration element in storefront.config
Updated Episerver Commerce version: supports 12.3.0 to less than 14.0.0
Updated minimum supported version of Newtonsoft.Json to 11.0.1
Added IRecordDto as a base interface on all DTOs
Support for sort order on IMediaDto
More options on how to host Avensia.Storefront.Staging database on DXC.
For more information and upgrade instructions, see release notes on the Avensia website.
Release notes on the Avensia website.
Last updated: May 15, 2019