Go to Commerce > Catalog to browse catalogs and their related categories, products, and variants. You can also search for catalogCommerce: a top-level container for catalog entries such as categories, products, and variants (SKUs). entries.
Click Catalogs to browse the list of catalogs. The following image shows multiple catalog nodes containing different types of products.
Select a catalog tree node (such as Books-Art) to view its categories and catalog entries, which appear in the Catalog item list. The list displays the name, code, price, and availability of products and their variantsCommerce: a variant or SKU corresponds to a specific product with specific characteristics. For example, a product line of shirts has individual variations/SKUs that include size, color, and collar size.. To filter an item list by market, use the Market selector at the top. You can also display or hide thumbnail images by clicking the Show as button in the top right.
Select a categoryCMS: A built-in Episerver property. You apply a category to content, but you need to build the functionality to display the filtered results. Commerce: A grouping of purchasable products. (Same as node.) and drill down until you see productsCommerce: various forms of merchandise that you can display and purchase from the public site, including products, variations/SKUs, bundles, and packages. Also known as a catalog entry., packagesCommerce: a sellable unit that contains variants and/or other packages, with a single price; similar to an SKU because it must be purchased as a whole (such as a computer system)., and bundlesCommerce: a collection of packages, products, and variants (SKUs) that let customers purchase two or more items at once. Each item in a bundle is a separate line item in a shopping cart.. Select the arrow next to a product, package or bundle to display related products and variants. Inventory and pricing information appears for variants.
Catalog items have icons, which help you identify their content type.
Select a product or variant to view and edit its content. See also: Editing and publishing catalog entries.
To search for catalog entries from the Catalog tree, enter keywords into the search field. If you enter keywords inside quotation marks (such as canvas), the search only returns entries with those exact terms. See also: Search.
Accessing products in CMS
You can also access catalog entries from edit viewA section of the user interface where you edit content items, such as pages and blocks. To access edit view, log in and select CMS > Edit. (See admin view for comparison.) through the Catalogs gadgetSmall application component that is responsible for its own rendering and behavior, accessible from the dashboard or the panes in the Episerver user interface. A gadget can contain functionality that you can use within the gadget interface or link away to other products integrated in Episerver (for example, a direct link to CMS / Pages where you can use the classic editing view features). in the assetsContent such as documents, videos, and images that can be linked to other content such as pages, blocks, and catalog entries in Commerce. pane. The gadget is useful when dragging-and-dropping catalog entries into content areas. See also: Managing content.
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