Deploy the Integration Packages

Configure your existing Sitecore site to use Sitecore Commerce 7.5, powered by Commerce Server and Commerce Server 11.1Sitecore Commerce 7.5 powered by Commerce Server and Commerce Server 11.0 data providers.

Complete the following prerequisites:
Note: If you the default port and names and folders under IIS you won’t need to change the deployment scripts.
Note: During the deployment of the update packages, the system will issue warnings and errors in deployment summary. It is safe to disregard this information
At your development machine:
  1. Download and install Sitecore Commerce Connect from Sitecore Developers Network.
  2. Download Sitecore Commerce Server Connect 7.5, MVCSite 7.5, and Sitecore Merchandising Manager 7.5 update packages..
  3. Download
  4. Extract to a temporary location.
  5. Ensure your site variables are correct. Open and edit the deployment\environment.xml file and edit the following sections:
    <Configuration identity="Domain.Dev.Existing">
    <Configuration identity="Domain.Dev.Merge">
    1. Ensure that the instanceName variable is set as your Sitecore instance name, and the installDir variable is correct. In the following example, the installDir variable is pointing to c:\inetpub\SitecoreInstance
      <Variable identity="instanceName" value="SitecoreInstance" description="" />
      <Variable identity="installDir" value="$(Join-Path -Path $INETPUB_DIRECTORY -ChildPath $instanceName)" description="" />

      In the following example the installDir variable is changed to c:\inetpub\wwwroot.

      <Variable identity="installDir" value="$(Join-Path -Path $INETPUB_DIRECTORY\wwwroot -ChildPath $instanceName)" description="" />
    2. Ensure that the SitecorePort variable is set correctly. Use IIS Manager to determine your site settings.
      <Variable identity="SitecorePort" value="7655" description="" />
    3. Ensure that the scHostHeaderName variable is set correctly. Use IIS Manager to determine your site settings.
      <Variable identity="scHostHeaderName" value="SitecoreHost" description="" />
    4. Ensure that the MONGO_EXE_PATH variable is set correctly. This variable indicates the root path of the Mongo DB installation. The script, Deploy-Mongo-Clean.ps1 uses this variable to locate the Mongo DB executable to use for dropping the analytics databases.
      <Variable identity="MONGO_EXE_PATH" value="C:\MongoDB" description="MongoDB Installation path" />
  6. Set permissions to allow Sitecore Commerce 7.5, powered by Commerce Server and Commerce Server 11.1 to integrate with Sitecore and unpup the sample site.
    1. Open a Powershell window.
    2. Change the execution policy.
      Enter Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted and select Y.
    3. Browse in the Powershell window to the location of the extraction folder.
    4. Run the Deploy-UnPup.ps1 from the deployment folder.
    5. Run the Deploy-Base-SC-Existing.ps1 from the deployment folder.
  7. Install Commerce Connect.
    1. At the Sitecore desktop, select Sitecore > Development Tools > Installation Wizard.
    2. Use the wizard to upload Sitecore Commerce and follow all of the instructions to install. If you are prompted to overwrite an existing item then you should accept this option.
  8. Install the Sitecore Commerce 7.5, powered by Commerce Server and Commerce Server 11.1 update packages.
    1. Within a browser, browse to http://<your Sitecore site>/sitecore/admin/UpdateInstallationWizard.aspx .
    2. Import the Commerce Server plug-in update package named Sitecore Commerce Server Connect.update with the Installation wizard.
    3. Import the runtime site package named MVCSite.update with the Installation wizard.
    4. Perform an IISReset.
  9. Run the merge script.
    Using powershell, run Deploy-Base-SC-Merge.ps1 from the deployment folder to merge the config files.
  10. Update Windows performance groups.
    Add the Sitecore application pool user into the two windows groups named Performance Log Users and Performance Monitor Users.
  11. Change the Commerce Server site name on the siteName attribute.
    Note: You can skip this step if your site is called SolutionStorefrontSite.
    In the Sitecore web.config file, edit the Sitecore Commerce 7.5, powered by Commerce Server and Commerce Server 11.1 site name on the siteName attribute of the application element to match the name of the Commerce Server site.
    <CommerceServer> <application siteName="YourCommerceSitename" debugLevel="Production" />
  12. Publish the site to the Web.
    1. Click Sitecore > Publish Site.
    2. Open the setting screen
    3. Ensure the Republish checkbox and the Languages checkboxes are active, the click Publish.
  13. Index the site.
    1. Open the Index manager.
      Click Sitecore > Control Panel > Indexing > Index Manager
    1. Start the rebuild.
      Check sitecore_master_index and the sitecore_web_index , then click Rebuild.
You are now setup to start developing and interacting with Commerce Server through Sitecore.