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  • #41044

    serpild174
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    Hi,
    I’ve installed orocommerce 4.0.0 version on Centos 7.7
    Centos is running in virtualbox on a Windows 10 machine.
    We’re developing an extension for integrating oro with an e-commerce software.
    We aimed to install oro/commerce-akeneo in order to test it, and it would help in developing our own integration extension.
    We followed the official document at https://doc.oroinc.com/backend/extension/install-extension/
    While running ‘composer require oro/commerce-akeneo –prefer-dist –update-no-dev’ command in our oro (v4.0.0) folder we’re getting the below messages :
    What am I doing wrong?
    Thanks in advance.

    In Windows we got these messages:

    First, this:
    message-1_1,2,3 .png files in the attachments.

    And to second try, we got this:

    oro> composer require oro/commerce-akeneo –prefer-dist –update-no-dev
    Using version ^3.1 for oro/commerce-akeneo
    ./composer.json has been updated
    Loading composer repositories with package information
    Updating dependencies
    Your requirements could not be resolved to an installable set of packages.

    Problem 1
    – Installation request for oro/commerce-akeneo ^3.1 -> satisfiable by oro/commerce-akeneo[3.1.0, 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.x-dev].
    – Can only install one of: oro/platform-serialised-fields[4.0.0, 3.1.x-dev].
    – Can only install one of: oro/platform-serialised-fields[3.1.x-dev, 4.0.0].
    – Can only install one of: oro/platform-serialised-fields[3.1.x-dev, 4.0.0].
    – Conclusion: install oro/platform-serialised-fields 3.1.x-dev
    – Installation request for oro/platform-serialised-fields (locked at 4.0.0, required as 4.0.*) -> satisfiable by oro/platform-serialised-fields[4.0.0].

    Running update with –no-dev does not mean require-dev is ignored, it just means the packages will not be installed. If dev requirements are blocking the update you have to resolve those problems.

    Installation failed, reverting ./composer.json to its original content.

    In Centos we got the same message as well.

    Attachments:
    1. message-1_1-128x72
    2. message-1_2-128x72
    3. message-1_3-128x72
    4. oroakeneobundle-1-128x72
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  • #41036

    serpild174
    Participant

    Hi,
    I have a problem with installing OroAkeneoBundle extension. The problem is that when i run the command ‘composer require oro/oro/commerce-akeneo –prefer-dist –update-no-dev’ in my ‘oro’ folder, i am getting this error in the following image.
    Thanks in advance.

    Attachments:
    1. oroakeneobundle-128x72
    #41049
    Michael
    Michael
    Keymaster

    1) OroCommerce/Akeneo connector’s last release is 3.1.2, and it is compatible only with OroCommerce version 3.1.* . There were no connector releases that would be compatible with OroCommerce version 4.0.0.

    2) While the connector itself is open-source, in order to actually install and run it you will need OroCommerce Enterprise subscription and Akeneo PIM Enterprise Edition.

    #41053

    serpild174
    Participant

    We’re using OroCommerce Community version for now. Do you think OroCommerce/Akeneo connector’s source codes would be useful for us to develop our own connector between OroCommerce and an e-commerce website for syncing product information? Or the structure has changed immensely that it’s totally obsolete?
    Thank you.

    #41056
    Michael
    Michael
    Keymaster

    Its usefullness depends on the scope of your integration, that you have not described, so it’s hard to comment on that.
    After all, Akeneo is not an “e-commerce website”, it’s a PIM (product information management) software.

    Just out of curiosity, why are you integrating OroCommerce (which is an e-commerce platform that actually runs e-commerce websites) with some other “e-commerce website” ?

    #41058

    Baris Dur
    Participant

    Hi Michael,
    Let me answer the question as we are colleagues with Serpil.

    We have many suppliers which sell their products on their e-commerce websites.
    They sell their products locally (in one country).
    We will be re-selling their products in different regions. So we want to sync their products into a database (that happens to be Oro, in this case)

    Therefore, we need to have an integration for product syncing. And we want to do it automatically, like every hour. Stock information will be updated, new products will be added, others will be removed maybe.

    Does it make sense?

    Baris

    #41096

    Baris Dur
    Participant

    Michael,
    Do you think we’re doing something wrong?

    Baris

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