About the Module Installation

Before you begin

To perform the Magento Connector installation, you must have an Administrator role in Magento.

The module installation requires user access to file server and expertise in running commands in the Linux Bash terminal: we strongly recommend that this is done by a developer.

Please ensure that the file server user has permissions to execute commands and is able to transfer files.

After installing the Magento Connector, follow the steps described under Initial Connector Setup.

Do you have multiple stores or websites?

The module supports multiple stores.

Profiles in Magento are either shared in all stores within a website (Per Website), or in all websites (Global). These settings can be configured in Magento in the Customer Configuration - Account Sharing Options tab.

Events in Magento are performed on a store level, but are associated with the Profile that performed the Events. If you need to send Events to different Sections mapped with specific stores, then you can set-up the account on the store scope with a 1:1 configuration to the Section.

By default, a Profile is set Per Website in Magento, meaning that the Profile will be available on all stores in the parent website. If this is the option you are using and want to keep data from all Magento stores within a website in one Section in APSIS One, we recommend that the APSIS Magento plugin is set-up on website scope as well. If you have only one website, then the plugin can be set-up on the default scope.

A Profile that is set to Global in Magento will be available across all websites in the Magento account. If you are using this option and want to keep data from all websites in one Section in APSIS One, we recommend to set-up the account on the website scope for each website.

The installation of the Magento module can be done via Composer, FTP, or GIT.

Regardless of your Magento version, the installation process is the same.

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