e-business with Net.Commerce
From L.L. Bean to Motorola, hundreds of the world's leading companies are using IBM's Net.Commerce software to
- Mixed media product | 752 pages
- 177.8 x 241.3 x 31.75mm | 1,088.62g
- 01 Jan 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- IBM Press
- Armonk, United States
Table of contents
I. GETTING STARTED. 1. E-business and Net.Commerce 2. Getting Started with Net.Commerce. II. POPULATING TE DATABASE. 3. Setting Up the Site. 4. Entering the Store Catalog. 5. Mass-Importing Product and Category Data. III. CREATING WEB PAGES. 6. Store Pages. 7. A Net.Data Rule. 8. Modifying the Supplied Store Pages. IV. CUSTOMIZING THE SITE. 9. Commands, Tasks, and Overridable Functions. 10. The Net.Commerce Classes. 11. Net.Commerce Programming Conventions. 12. Planning Overridable Functions. 13. Writing Overridable Functions. 14. Activating and Testing Overridable Functions. 15. Planning Commands. 16. Writing Commands. 17. Activating and Testing Commands. V. APPENDIXES. Appendix A: Net.Commerce Product Advisor. Appendix B: Creating Store Models. Appendix C: Net.Commerce Database Tables. Appendix D: Net Commerce Commands. Appendix E: Net.Commerce Tasks. Appendix F: Net.Commerce Overridable Functions. Appendix G: The Net.Commerce Object Model. Index.
About Samantha Shurety
Samantha Shurety is a member of IBM's Net.Commerce information development team at IBM in Toronto, Canada. She has been integrally involved in delivering hardcopy, interactive and online documentation for Net.Commerce since Version 1.0.