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Last post Fri, Jul 20 2012, 10:37 PM by akkhiborane. 3 replies.
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  •  Wed, Aug 15 2007, 4:03 AM 6255

    Question about integration

    I want to integrate ECF with an existing website.

    This website is an online shop. But I just want to use shopping cart function of ECF (order management and payment).

    Which version is the best for me? Do I need source code to do the integration?

  •  Wed, Aug 15 2007, 7:44 AM 6256 in reply to 6255

    Re: Question about integration

    You can do any type of integration even with our trial version since we provide all of the api's and capability that you see with the demo site that comes in our eval package.

    You can learn more in general about the overall architecture as well to give you a high level picture and of course there is a number of documents and guides we have to help you through the ecf.

    http://www.mediachase.com/ecf/documentation.aspx

    http://www.mediachase.com/ecf/architecture.aspx 

    As far as source code - we have 2 types of licenses.  Front End Source code that comes with a developer seat as well as full source code which provides you the source for the front end, the backend, and the framework API itself.

    No matter what, you will need a developer seat license for each developer who is working on your project as well as a deployment license when you go to production.

    http://www.mediachase.com/ecf/licensingoverview.aspx

    To answer your question more specifically though, it depends on what you want to do.  The ECF is designed to allow you alot of choices in your integration and your own business needs.

    Depending on the level of customization or integration you require, you may need the full source code or you may not.

    In addition, we have released a new companion product for ECF called ECF I/S - the I/S stands for integration services and it is another web Services framework specifically designed to enable 3rd party integration and back office integration for existing/legacy systems, or OTS ERP systems like MS Dynamics, SAGE, SAP etc...

    http://www.mediachase.com/ecf/integrationservices.aspx

    This new product is only available in a full source code license.

    Hope this helps and let us know if you have any other questions.

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    New to ECF Fast Path Guides...

    http://www.mediachase.com/ecf/newtoecf.aspx

    Demo Site/Starter Kit to Use as Base looks like this in our distribution

    http://ecf41.demo.mediachase.com

     

  •  Mon, Jul 16 2012, 12:30 AM 11546 in reply to 6255

    Re: Question about integration

    To question &Answer the dipends of you Though and you want to do which provides you the source for the front end,your own business needs.


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  •  Fri, Jul 20 2012, 10:37 PM 11550 in reply to 11546

    Re: Question about integration

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