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Aug 6, 2010
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EPiServer Commerce public demo site

Commerce public store frontThe official EPiServer Commerce demo site is up!

It is using the Sample template package – the same as you get when when you download and install the EPiServer Commerce Sample.

 

Demo site:

http://commerce.episerver.com

 

 

Login to the Commerce Manager

3.2-order management_3 Find the Partner access account to the back end CMS and Commerce Manager here:

http://partner.episerver.com/Sales-Tools/Demo-Sites/

The login and password is the same as on the CMS 6 demo site.

 

The server with all content is reset every night, so feel free to play around with it!

 

 
Aug 06, 2010

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Anonomyous Develeoper support
Anonomyous Develeoper support Sep 21, 2010 10:33 AM

I try to find the login to the Commerce Managers backend but on the Demo page it is missing. Can you update the link to the right adress in this page?

Sep 21, 2010 10:33 AM

Hi Andmar!
It's the same login and password to the Commerce Manager as to the CMS backend. You find it on the link above.

Regards,
Ossian

swetha kumar
swetha kumar May 21, 2014 02:11 PM

how to show episerver commerce sample site or demo site please upload sample site of Episerver commerce

Thank You
swetha kumar

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