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Creating solutions on the extended sites framework in WebSphere Commerce

Part 1: Using the command layer

Michael DJ Shields (mshields@crossview.com), Solution Architect, CrossView, Inc.
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Michael Shields works for CrossView®, Inc. He has over a decade consulting and developing strategies to best leverage WebSphere Commerce to match client business requirements. He also has over twelve years of developing interactive web solutions using J2EE, PHP, Zend Framework, Adobe products, HTML, CSS, AJAX, jQuery, DOJO and JavaScript. Michael holds 5 patents, published over 12 tutorials on the WebSphere Commerce Information Center, and 10 tutorials on the developerWorks WebSphere Commerce zone. He holds over 12 technical certifications and a designation as a project manager (PMP).
Quan Nguyen (qnguyen@crossview.com), Solution Architect, CrossView, Inc.
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Quan Nguyen has been working for CrossView, Inc., since 1999, consulting and developing e-business solutions by leveraging WebSphere Commerce. As a Solution Architect, he has over a decade of experience, working with major B2C and B2B companies to implement robust WebSphere Commerce strategies, fulfilling their business requirements.
Raj Sanghvi (rsanghvi@crossview.com), Solution Architect, CrossView, Inc.
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Raj Sanghvi is a Solution Architect for CrossView, Inc. He has over 6 years of experience consulting in WebSphere Commerce working for different sub systems. He also has over 10 years of experience doing software development using J2EE, Oracle, HTML, XML, and SOAP. He holds over 8 technical certifications and a designation as a project manager (CAMP). He has a Master's degree in Computer Science.
Amar Desai (amar.desai@atech.com), Solution Architect, Ascendant Technology
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Amar Desai is a Solution Architect at Ascendant® Technology. He has helped many top retail, banking, and dining companies materialize their vision in the e-commerce space using WebSphere Commerce. He has a penchant for applying the latest web application trends such as social commerce, precision marketing, and mobile commerce. He is a certified WebSphere Commerce developer and administrator.

Summary:  The purpose of extended sites in WebSphere® Commerce is to ensure sharable assets among different stores. This tutorial provides insight into different ways to use the store path resource that is an available-to-market framework in WebSphere Commerce. A new concept is introduced in this tutorial that provides provide granular levels of sharing with a sub-set of assets. Also, this tutorial describes how to properly extend an EJB to use the BeanFinderObject for your findBy methods to incorporate sharing queries. You will learn how to better ensure that your store's conglomerate is fully capable to share all of the integral assets to make your business successful, while keeping your software reusable and easy to maintain.

Date:  20 Oct 2010
Level:  Intermediate PDF:  A4 and Letter (143 KB | 53 pages)Get Adobe® Reader®

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