How to configure and adapt Aimeos based shops as developer
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#4155 by KarstenSoll
24 Apr 2017, 16:10
Hi,

I would like to ad DHL as service for delivery. What is the right "key" and "class" for this service? When I try "dhl" I get the Message: Class "\Aimeos\MShop\Service\Provider\Delivery\dhl" not available. Is there a comprehensible guide about this? - Can't find anything in your documentation that helps me any further.

Kind regads
#4162 by KarstenSoll
25 Apr 2017, 12:35
Round about four times! But it dosen't make any sense to me. I did everything like on your screenshot (https://aimeos.org/docs/File:Admin-back ... e-list.png) and it works quite well with the payment.

By the way, your manual meight be good for someone that is familar to the whole concept, but for newbees it contains a lot of questions.

But what's realy disturbing me is, that if I'm using the database analyser of Typo3 (in the Install-Tool), all tables of the extension will be removed. I know it's quite easy to bring them back by the aimeos-module, but all pre-installed settings and the products are gone! Would be nice if you could make it more Typo3 compatible. - Thats why I'm in that mess, that I need to recreate the delivery settings ;)

Kind regards
#4165 by aimeos
25 Apr 2017, 20:36
KarstenSoll wrote:Round about four times! But it dosen't make any sense to me. I did everything like on your screenshot (https://aimeos.org/docs/File:Admin-back ... e-list.png) and it works quite well with the payment.


Well, there's no delivery provider named "DHL" or alike, only "Default" and "Manual". The first one creates a XML, the last one is for processing orders by hand. If you only want to show your customers a delivery option named "DHL", simply use the "Manual" delivery provider.

KarstenSoll wrote:By the way, your manual meight be good for someone that is familar to the whole concept, but for newbees it contains a lot of questions.


We update the docs whenever questions arise. Your main problem seemed to be distinguishing between what is shown to the customer and what delivery provider is executed in the background after the order is placed.

KarstenSoll wrote:But what's realy disturbing me is, that if I'm using the database analyser of Typo3 (in the Install-Tool), all tables of the extension will be removed. I know it's quite easy to bring them back by the aimeos-module, but all pre-installed settings and the products are gone! Would be nice if you could make it more Typo3 compatible. - Thats why I'm in that mess, that I need to recreate the delivery settings ;)


Please vote for https://forge.typo3.org/issues/33136
Backgrounds: https://github.com/aimeos/aimeos-typo3/issues/7