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Configure Sana Web Store



To create and configure the Sana Commerce web store in SAP Business One click: Web Store > Web Stores.

If you have a multi-store solution you can create and configure as many web stores in the Web Stores window as needed.

The table below provides description of the fields in the Web Stores window.

Field Description
ID Web store ID.
The web store ID should be exactly the same as the one specified during installation of Sana Commerce web store on Web and database server and that is stored in the Sana Commerce SQL database.
Default: SanaStore
Template Customer Template Customer is used to show unit prices and inventory to the anonymous web store visitors. It is also used for product importing. If template customer is not specified the 'Product import' task will fail. The template customer should be created in the Business Partner Master Data.
Branch SAP Business One provides a possibility to work with multiple branches on one database. This is a standard SAP functionality. Various master data in SAP can be used on different branches as well as shared between branches.

If multiple branches are enabled for the company (Administration > System Initialization > Company Details > Basic Initialization), then you will be able to setup the branches you need (Administration > Setup > Financials > Branches). When the branches are created, the web store can be linked to a certain branch. When a customer places an order in the Sana Commerce web store, this order is placed on a certain branch in SAP which is set for the web store.
Payment Method Payment method that is used for sales orders during online order payment. When the online payment has been placed, this payment method will be recorded into the sales order in SAP Business One.

To configure payment methods in SAP Business One click: Administration > Setup > Banking > Payment Methods.  Only those payment methods which are set up with the Incoming payment type will be used.
For more information, see 'Payment Methods - Setup'.
This is an optional field.
Payment Cost Type These are the accounts that are used to create sales lines for the shipping and payment costs that are returned from the Sana Commerce web store when a customer places and order and selects the shipping and payment methods during checkout. This means that the shipping and payment costs coming from the web store will be booked on these accounts and stored as the sales lines in the sales order. The accounts specified for online payments and shipments should allow direct booking.

For payment and shipping cost accounts freight is used. Freight reflects extra sales costs. To set up freights in SAP Business One click: Administration > Setup > General > Freight. In the Line Type field you need to define whether the freight can be used for shipping or payment cost account. To do this you need to enter 'paymentcosts' or 'shippingcosts' in the Line Type field of the corresponding freight.
For more information, see 'Freight - Setup Window'.
These fields are required.
Payment Cost No
Shipping Cost Type
Shipping Cost No
Order Processing Use these settings to set up order processing. Quotations and orders are all part of the sales process. Sana supports all SAP Business One sales documents as well as a possibility to convert quotations into sales orders.

For more information, see 'Order Processing'.
Default warehouse configuration
Use this setting to set up the default warehouse for a web store. If the default warehouse is set for a web store it will override the default company warehouse and the warehouse set for the items. In this case inventory will be calculated for all items based on the warehouse set for the web store.

For more information, see 'Locations and Warehouses'.
Shopping Cart Suggestion
Use shopping cart suggestions to offer your customers the products which they might be interested to buy. Customers are often loyal to a particular brand or some products which they frequently buy, thus it's a good idea to build suggestions based on the customer's shopping behavior. As all customer's sales data is stored in SAP Business One you can easily recommend certain products to a customer based on the customer's order history. SAP Business One uses specific rules to single out product suggestions for a customer.

For more information, see 'Shopping Cart Suggestions'.
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