6

Background

The Salesforce Documentation is mostly publicly accessible.

Question

  • Is the Salesforce Commerce Cloud Documentation for developers publicly accessible?
  • And where can I find the documentation?
10

Dustin Tran is correct that some of it is currently private. Commerce Cloud documentation is available in the Commerce Cloud XChange site and what is often called: Infocenter. The prior is somewhat analogous to Salesforce SE whereas the latter is more traditional API documentation and product manuals. Infocenter is publicly available as of January 2019.

In order to access XChange, you must have an Account Manager credential that is granted by a partner or customer organization that has a standing contract with Commerce Cloud.

Additionally, the support team has developed some Knowledge Base Articles that are accessible if a customer or partner organization has created a Support account for you. These articles are supplementary to the Infocenter documentation.

2

Commerce Cloud documentation is available to the public now: https://documentation.b2c.commercecloud.salesforce.com/DOC1/index.jsp

  • 1
    I don't think this is a "link-only answer" inasmuch as the question is meant to be answered via a link or reference. – David Reed Jan 23 at 18:31
-1

Quick reply that Salesforce Commerce Cloud (formerly Demandware) is still in private space. Hopefully, it will be opened follow up Salesforce practice.

  • No, the documentation is not a private space anymore. I heard that it is hosted on a sandbox and the documentation is a storefront of that sandbox, that is easily available to all. – Code_Ninja May 21 at 9:10
  • 1
    @Code_Ninja while it is publicly available, it’s not “hosted” on a sandbox or storefront. But you can download some of the documentation from a sandbox. (Only the B2C Commerce API docs) UX Studio does this any time you connect it to an instance. So it’s probably already on your hard drive within the server connection directory. – sholsinger May 23 at 12:41

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.