• Offline and historical orders

    Click here to see the most recent offline and historical orders documentation.

  • Integration Types

    There are a number of different ways that Episerver Personalization can be integrated with Episerver and other platforms. The graphic below gives an overview of the benefits and limitations of each:   As you can see from the above table, the different integration options will suit different customers or partners. This might be because of their technical capabilities, the depth of the integration or offline personalization requirements.

  • Catalog feed specification

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  • Episerver Native integration guide

    Episerver Personalization integration for Commerce If you are running Episerver Commerce v11.3 or later, there is a native integration supported which allows integration between an Episerver Commerce site and the Episerver Personalization service. This is done via a Nuget package which is installed from the Episerver Nuget feed: http://nuget.episerver.com/en/OtherPages/Package/?packageId=EPiServer.Personalization.Commerce There are three main components of the integration: - Export product fe...

  • JavaScript API integration guide

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  • Server-to-Server API integration guide

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  • Personalization API integration guide

    The Personalization API is an API that the client calls which, primarily, returns product recommendations or content. The client sends the API a request containing information about the user and the transaction. The Personalization API returns a list of recommended products. These recommendations can be shown on a call-center screen, a till/terminal in a store, an email receipt, a printed package insert, a digital mirror or any other one of countless use cases... Click here to see the most re...