Commerce Server 2000: Building Ebusiness Solutions

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Sams, 2002 - Computers - 652 pages

This book introduces concepts and capabilities new to Commerce Server 2000 and gives readers all the tools needed to implement Commerce Server solutions on their own systems. The book guides readers from installation through creation of a store by exploring various customization scenarios.

The author's approach focuses on the hands-on details of how Commerce Server can be employed out-of-the-box, and explores reasons and methods for customization. The book will include case studies to illustrate key issues and problems, with solution sections explaining different alternatives.

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26
Creating the Store Foundation
39
Summary
58
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About the author (2002)

Gopal Sreeraman is a Senior Consultant in the Emerging and Integrating Technologies service line of PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP's Management Consulting Services. He routinely works with challenging projects for many Fortune 500 clients. However, he remembers consulting for quite a few small companies, too, during the boom! Gopal's recent engagements have been focussed around content management, portal infrastructure, and custom Internet applications. He also contributes to IEEE journals in the area of Systems Engineering. In his spare time, he is probably watching one of the original 80 Star Trek episodes for the nth time while the fight for the remote continues at home!

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