Does anyone have a web shop url that can be viewed and navigated by the public? Possibly a retail or direct sales site? Thanks
Hi, Blauer Off course. You can have a look on www.webnext.cz , Milan
Thanks for youe repsonse. Are you sure this is the correct URL??? I am getting a message that the page is unavailable??? thanks
Hi, Im sure, but the server is down at the moment, The problem should be solved to the end of this week. Hardware crash.
Originally posted by Milan: Hi, Im sure, but the server is down at the moment, The problem should be solved to the end of this week. Hardware crash.
Now over a week later it still doesn’t work. A GREAT REFERENCE SITE But to anyone concerned that the Navision Web Shop doesn’t work, then please notice that Milan’s site is NOT running Navision Web Shop, but their own third party e-commerce software based on/integrated with Navision. Best regards, Erik P. Ernst, webmaster
Dear Erik, Unfortunately, HW problems led our web server to be down for a little longer than we thought. Site is back on at the moment so go and check it out and let me know what do you thing. Regards, Peter
Web Shop? Can anybody share with me on how can I get more information about it? Does Navision Attain support this product? I don’t find it at Navision.com. Thanks for the help…
Actually, Web Shop has not been available for Navision in the US since Microsoft discontinued the Site Server Product. In preparation for this discontinuance by Microsoft, Navision created the next generation of “Web Shop” in the form of Commerce Portal. Commerce Portal really enhances the Web Shop functionality offering tremendously. In essence, Web Shop was a toolkit for creating online access for customers to order via the Internet. Commerce Portal now allows a prepackaged product that reduces the amount of development needed for this while also allowing vendors, partners, and anyone else to have access to your backoffice product. It truly is a portal for everyone who needs information in your Navision backoffice solution. Right now, Commerce Portal is only available on version 2.6 here in the US. However, it is expected to be available within the next month or two for Attain.
Commerce Portal, Commerce Gateway and User Portal is included in Attain 3.10, which is du for W1 release in first quarter of 2002 Lars Strøm Valsted Head of Project and Analysis Columbus IT Partner A/S www.columbusitpartner.com
Originally posted by skchong: Web Shop? Can anybody share with me on how can I get more information about it? Does Navision Attain support this product? I don’t find it at Navision.com. Thanks for the help…
If you are interested in e-commerce for Navision Attain in general you can try other product which is ready for NA - iShop for NA created by WEBCOM. More information on the website www.webcom.cz Peter
Hi guys, Been trying the URL for a while, still getting a 404. But the main page says that lists ‘Webnext iOffice’ and ‘Webnext iShop’ - are these: 1. Basically CP & UP (i.e. layout and minor mods)? 2. Reworked CP & UP (i.e. take the basic Navision CP and UP and make major changes) 3. Completely new add-ons made for Navision without the use of CP/UP? Since I cannot view the url, I cannot figure out. But I would be very interested in these products if they are extra-Navision. Thanks
Site is accessible (again), although the link to the on-site demo doesn’t work (Peter, it’s missing the correct pagetype in the URL). Try this link to go to the iShop page for Attain directly: http://www.webcom.cz/eng_produkty_ishop_owna.htm Wish Man: WebNext is a separate package, using C/FRONT and WebCom’s own “Connector” software. Don’t have experience with the product, but looking at the specs, it looks quite sophisticated. Try to download the free demo-version to judge for yourself. John
Apologies for all the troubles caused by non-working links. URL that was accessible from www.webnext.cz is down for the momment. All information can be found at www.webcom.cz and working Demo is also accessible from that URL or http://cz2.webcom.cz/wnishop4 Waiting for your opinions. Peter
Thanks John, I can get the URL now. Will try the demos.