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worked a bit on making Umbraco taking care of larger eCommerce sites but I'd
say that I've never made it work as intended. So although this might be the
wrong place to post I really consider using other systems for eCommerce as
Umbraco at the moment has no well-working solutions taking care of this.
Question is which one? I’d like to stay in MS world… Anyone got good experiences to share (not needed to be free, but affordable).
had the time to test it yet, but I guess Courier could take care of some parts
of the job if one decided to stay with Umbraco? Still quite a few issues to deal with such as the backend with lots of products to edit and keep track of etc., custom sections for orders and so on...
nopcommerce looks good -> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/52248/whats-a-good-free-and-open-source-asp-net-ecommerce-solution
Can't offer any first-hand experience though.
Have you heard of commerce4umbraco or ucommerce. Both are targeting umbraco. First is open source, latter is not (altho dev version is free to use)
Hope this helps.
Yes, I'm aware of commerce4umbraco, but honestly, it's not a close-to-finished product and that's been the status for a while. So I abandoned that product a while ago (unfortunately perhaps).
The other one (uCommerce) I did not know of, so thanks for the link. I'll check out the beta and perhaps this could be a good alternative! ;)
There's also Chainbox, or you could take a peek at the notes from Codegarden 09.
Are there any Umbraco ecommerce solutions that support MySQL databases?
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