Administration overview

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This topic is intended for administrators and developers with administration access rights in Optimizely.

The administration user interface in Optimizely Customized Commerce Cloud lets you configure and apply specific settings for various parts of the system, for example markets, payments, and shipping, used when working with catalogs and order management.

The descriptions in the following apply to Customized Commerce version 14 and higher. Some functionality previously configured from the Optimizely Customized Commerce user interface, is now configured through code. Contact your system administrator for more information. See also previous versions of this user guide, and Optimizely World for details.

The administration view

You can administer the following from the Administration view in Optimizely Customized Commerce:

  • MarketsDefine markets to be used for example for catalogs and campaigns.
  • WarehousesAdd and define warehouses used for displaying stock availability information.
  • Indexing the catalogUpdate the search index for the website to reflect changes to the product catalog.
  • TaxesConfigure taxes used for catalog management and the ordering process.
  • Shipping – Define shipping used for the ordering and fullfillment processes.
  • Payment – Define Payment methods used for the ordering and fullfillment processes.
  • DictionariesWork with dictionaries to add property values used to extend for example product data.

Working in the administration view

To edit an item in a list in the Administration view, click the item link, or select Edit from the context menu for the item.

To copy or delete a single item in a list, select the option from the context menu. Copying an item is useful when creating another similar item.

To delete multiple items in a list, select the desired items, click Delete Selected, and OK to confirm.

Other configurations

Some features available in Customized Commerce are configured from the Optimizely CMS editing and administration views.

  • Languages for content on the Customized Commerce front-end site, see Managing website languages.
  • Permissions for managing access to Customized Commerce-specific functions, see Access rights.
  • Scheduled jobs for running for example batch updates, see Scheduled jobs.