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  • Installing ShopSite on Windows Servers
    6 Compatibility Service only perform these steps if instructed to do so by your support provider Run Server Manager In the left panel click Roles and wait a few seconds for the information to be displayed Then in the right panel scroll down to find the Web Server IIS category Scroll down further to find the Management Tools group Under IIS 6 Management Compatibility check the install status for IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility If IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility is not installed click Add Role Services Look for the IIS 6 Management Compatibility group and check the box for IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility Click Next and then Install When the install finishes you may have to reboot the server Back to Top Obtaining Installation Files Once you are ready to install ShopSite you need to obtain the installation files Each ShopSite store requires a unique Auth file in order to run See the Auth File Help for information about what an Auth file is and how to obtain one When you get the Auth file you should save it on your local computer in a place where you will be able to find it later Be sure to use ASCII text file format any time you use FTP to transfer your Auth file ShopSite partners can obtain the program installation files directly from ShopSite by following the instructions below You will need the partner ftp username and password you were given when you signed the partner agreement Make sure you have them ready before you start FTP to the ShopSite Support FTP server and download the installation files using one of the following methods Using an FTP client on your local computer Open your FTP client program and open the Connect dialog Enter support shopsite com as the Hostname When you are prompted enter the username and password you were provided On the Server change to the folder that correlates to your Web server operating system then the folder for the version of ShopSite you want to download this will usually be the current folder On your local computer change to the folder where you want to put the installation files You may want to use the same location where you put your Auth file Use Binary BIN mode to copy the installation file to your local computer The file to download will be named setup exe If there is a patch folder in the version folder you will also need to copy any files in that folder to your local computer using Binary BIN transfer mode Using a Web browser on your local computer Open your Web browser and enter the following URL into the location bar You will need to replace MyUserName and MyPassword with the username and password you were provided ftp MyUserName MyPassword support shopsite com Click on the name of the folder that correlates to your Web server operating system then click the name of the version of ShopSite you wish to download this will usually

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/10.1/en-US/install/shopsite_win32_setup.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Installing ShopSite on Windows Servers
    use ASCII text file format any time you use FTP to transfer your Auth file ShopSite partners can obtain the program installation files directly from ShopSite by following the instructions below You will need the partner ftp username and password you were given when you signed the partner agreement Make sure you have them ready before you start FTP to the ShopSite Support FTP server and download the installation files using one of the following methods Using an FTP client on your local computer Open your FTP client program and open the Connect dialog Enter support shopsite com as the Hostname When you are prompted enter the username and password you were provided On the Server change to the folder that correlates to your Web server operating system then the folder for the version of ShopSite you want to download this will usually be the current folder On your local computer change to the folder where you want to put the installation files You may want to use the same location where you put your Auth file Use Binary BIN mode to copy the installation file to your local computer The file to download will be named setup exe If there is a patch folder in the version folder you will also need to copy any files in that folder to your local computer using Binary BIN transfer mode Using a Web browser on your local computer Open your Web browser and enter the following URL into the location bar You will need to replace MyUserName and MyPassword with the username and password you were provided ftp MyUserName MyPassword support shopsite com Click on the name of the folder that correlates to your Web server operating system then click the name of the version of ShopSite you wish to download this will usually be the current folder Click on the file named setup exe When prompted select a location to save the file on your local computer You may want to use the same location where you put your Auth file If there is a patch folder in the version folder you will also need to save any files in that folder to your local computer Back to Top Uploading Installation Files Once you have all the files required to install ShopSite you need to upload the files to your web server Open your FTP client and connect to your web server Navigate to the folder on your server where you want to place the installation files This should be a location you will be able to easily locate through the administrative interface Navigate to the folder on your local computer where the installation files are located Use ASCII Format to upload your store auth file Use Binary Format to upload the setup exe file and any patch files Back to Top Running the ShopSite Installer After you have uploaded all the required files to your web server you can run the installation program Log in to your windows server

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/10.0/en-US/install/shopsite_win32_setup.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite 9.0 for Windows 2000/2003 Server Installation Instructions
    Web sites on your server use the drop down list to select the site that will host this ShopSite store Use the Browse button or type in the path to the home folder for that Web site On the Choose Destination Location screen click Next to install ShopSite in the default location Type a new location or click Browse to specify other locations for ShopSite files The rest of these instructions assume you ve chosen the default location You can also enter a name for this installation of ShopSite to differentiate it from other installations on the same server The ShopSite Folders and URLs screen shows you the folders and associated URLs that ShopSite will use for the installation If you don t want to use the default settings you can double click on a folder or URL to change it The screen contains these sections Back Office Identifies the path and URL of the folder containing the programs for creating and managing Shopsite stores Each store can have its own Back Office folder or multiple stores can share one folder Shopping Cart Identifies the path and URL of the folder containing the programs that let customers order products from a store Each store can have its own Shopping Cart folder or multiple stores can share folder Images Identifies the path and URL of the folder containing the common images used by all ShopSite stores Output Identifies the path and URL of the folder that will contain the HTML files produced for this ShopSite store The URL is set in the store s auth file and cannot be changed Enter the path to the destination folder of the URL Each store must have it s own output directory Data Identifies the path of the folder containing the databases for the store currently being installed Each store must have its own folder for data files This folder must not be under the Web server s document root folder and it must not be accessible via a browser On the E Mail Settings screen enter the name or IP address of your mail server and the e mail address that ShopSite should use to notify the merchant of new orders In the Configuration Options screen leave the boxes checked to have the setup program set access permissions and create virtual directories Uncheck either or both of the boxes if you are not using IIS as your web server or if the setup program encounters an error when running or if you want to do something unusual with directories and permissions In any of those cases you will have to set access permissions and create the virtual directories manually You can follow the instructions for IIS 5 but if you re using a different web server you re on your own Before the setup program starts copying files to your server it shows you the folders and settings that it will use Review this information If it is not correct click the Back

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/9.0/en-US/install/shopsite_win32_setup.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Installing ShopSite on Linux/UNIX Servers
    computer change to the directory where you want to put the installation files You may want to use the same location where you put your Auth file Use Binary BIN mode to copy the installation file to your local computer The file to download will be named shopsite NN OperatingSystem zip where NN is the ShopSite version and OperatingSystem is your Web server operating system If there is a patch directory in the operating system directory you will also need to copy any files in that directory to a sub directory on your local computer using Binary BIN transfer mode Using a Web browser on your local computer Open your Web browser and enter the following URL into the location bar You will need to replace MyUserName and MyPassword with the username and password you were provided ftp MyUserName MyPassword support shopsite com Click on the name of the directory that correlates to your Web server operating system Click on the file named shopsite NN OperatingSystem zip where NN is the ShopSite version and OperatingSystem is your Web server operating system When prompted select a location to save the file on your local computer You may want to use the same location where you put your Auth file If there is a patch directory in the operating system directory you will also need to save any files in that directory to a sub directory on your local computer Using an FTP client on your Web server Use SSH to connect to your Web server then FTP to support shopsite com When you are prompted enter the username and password you were provided On the ShopSite support server change to the directory that correlates to your Web server operating system Change to the directory on your Web server where you want to store the installation file It is a good idea to use a different directory than the one you will unzip the archive into so you don t accidentally overwrite anything important Use Binary BIN mode to copy the installation file to your Web server The file to download will be named shopsite NN OperatingSystem zip where NN is the ShopSite version and OperatingSystem is your Web server operating system If there is a patch directory in the operating system directory you will also need to copy any files in that directory to a sub directory on your Web server using Binary BIN transfer mode Unless otherwise indicated you will still need to follow the Upload Installation Files steps below Back to Top Upload Installation Files Once you have all the files required to install ShopSite you need to create the install CGI directory on your Web server and copy the install files into that directory Create the directory from which you will run the Install CGIs This is the Install Directory you planned out during the preparation stage Make sure the Web server has the correct permissions and ownership for the directory 3 and that the directory is in a location where you can run CGIs from a Web browser Copy the store Auth file to the Install Directory on your Web server Be sure to use ASCII text file format any time you use FTP to transfer your Auth file If your Auth file has a different name change the file name to store auth You must have your Auth file in the install directory before you can install or use ShopSite If you do not have SSH access on your server you will need to unzip the install file before uploading it to your server Copy the install file or all the files you extracted from the install file to the Install Directory on your Web server If you are using FTP make sure to use Binary BIN transfer mode If you have not already unzipped the install file unzip it into the Install Directory on your Web server Check to make sure all your files have correct permissions and ownership 3 If you need to conserve disk space you may remove the install file the zip file only at this time If you have any patch files you will apply them after you have completed installing ShopSite Back to Top Run Installation Program Once all the required files are in your Install Directory and have appropriate permissions and ownership 3 you can run the Installation Program from your Web browser To start enter the Install Directory URL followed by wwwinstall cgi into the location bar of your Web browser then press Enter Example Install URL http www mystore com cgi bin shopsite install wwwinstall cgi When the Install Program loads in your Web browser you should see ShopSite Install Menu displayed at the top of the screen See Troubleshooting if you do not see this screen Select the radio button to Create a new ShopSite installation with first store and click Continue The next screen is where you will enter the settings including directory locations and URLs for the store The Install Help button at the top of the screen will open this help page in a new browser window You will be required to enter the following settings ShopSite directory This is the FTP Shell path of the ShopSite Directory URL of ShopSite CGI s This is the URL of the ShopSite Directory Shopping Cart directory This is the FTP Shell path of the Shopping Cart Directory URL of Shopping Cart CGI s This is the URL of the Shopping Cart Directory HTML Output directory associated URL is defined in AUTH file This is the FTP Shell path of the Store Pages Directory ShopSite Images directory This is the FTP Shell path of the ShopSite Images Directory URL of ShopSite Images This is the URL of the ShopSite Images Directory Data directory This is the FTP Shell path of the Data Directory Location of sendmail executable This is the FTP Shell path for sendmail on your server Location of tar executable This is the FTP

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/8.3/en-US/install/ShopSite_SC_install.html (2016-01-08)
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  • ShopSite 8.3 for Windows 2000/2003 Server Installation Instructions
    on your server use the drop down list to select the site that will host this ShopSite store Use the Browse button or type in the path to the home folder for that Web site On the Choose Destination Location screen click Next to install ShopSite in the default location Type a new location or click Browse to specify other locations for ShopSite files The rest of these instructions assume you ve chosen the default location You can also enter a name for this installation of ShopSite to differentiate it from other installations on the same server The ShopSite Folders and URLs screen shows you the folders and associated URLs that ShopSite will use for the installation If you don t want to use the default settings you can double click on a folder or URL to change it The screen contains these sections Back Office Identifies the path and URL of the folder containing the programs for creating and managing Shopsite stores Each store can have its own Back Office folder or multiple stores can share one folder Shopping Cart Identifies the path and URL of the folder containing the programs that let customers order products from a store Each store can have its own Shopping Cart folder or multiple stores can share folder Images Identifies the path and URL of the folder containing the common images used by all ShopSite stores Output Identifies the path and URL of the folder that will contain the HTML files produced for this ShopSite store The URL is set in the store s auth file and cannot be changed Enter the path to the destination folder of the URL Each store must have it s own output directory Data Identifies the path of the folder containing the databases for the store currently being installed Each store must have its own folder for data files This folder must not be under the Web server s document root folder and it must not be accessible via a browser On the E Mail Settings screen enter the name or IP address of your mail server and the e mail address that ShopSite should use to notify the merchant of new orders In the Configuration Options screen leave the boxes checked to have the setup program set access permissions and create virtual directories Uncheck either or both of the boxes if you are not using IIS as your web server or if the setup program encounters an error when running or if you want to do something unusual with directories and permissions In any of those cases you will have to set access permissions and create the virtual directories manually You can follow the instructions for IIS 5 but if you re using a different web server you re on your own Before the setup program starts copying files to your server it shows you the folders and settings that it will use Review this information If it is not correct click the Back button and

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/8.3/en-US/install/shopsite_win32_setup.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Overview of Moving a Store
    auth file for the new store run the install program to install the new store on the new server then recreate the store and shut down the old one There are a few factors that affect moving a ShopSite store Both servers must be running the same version of ShopSite If the original store is running on an older version it must be upgraded before the move or moved to a new install of the older version on the new server The amount of information that can be moved depends on what level of access you have to both servers You must have the correct permissions on both the old and the new server to tar and untar files in the store s data directory You can move the product and page information from the merchant interface using the Export function of Pro and Manager service levels introduced in ShopSite 10 sp1 can also help you get most of the data directory content even without direct access to the data directory files Select the correct set of instructions based on the above factors If you have direct access ftp or command line to the files in the data directory move

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/install/moving.intro.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Products
    Fill in only the information that you would like to display or otherwise record Some fields such as price can be recorded but not displayed for example if you would like to offer a free product Add Multiple Products To save time you can add several products at once Specify the number of products you want to add then select the fields you have information for If you only need to specify name price and description you don t need to load a huge page containing all the other fields that you aren t editing Edit Product Data This option allows you to change or add information to an already existing product Edit Product Formatting This option allows you to change or add information to an already existing product Select Subproducts You can create a listing of several related products under a larger product grouping such as Beans 12 oz 24 oz 32 oz This is a useful system whenever there are similar products with different prices If they have the same price it is often better to use the ordering options feature Also sub products can be used for merchandising If you are selling bicycle tires you could make inner tubes a subproduct to remind the customer that they will also need to buy a tube Arrange Subproducts This feature allows you to change the order on the page of the subproducts you have attached to a product Power Edit After selecting multiple products Power Edit allows you to edit one or more of their attributes If you would like to change the prices for all of your products select those products hit the Power Edit button and then select name and price from the menu You can then easily change every price on one large page Delete Product

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/products.html (2016-01-08)
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  • IU Webmaster redirect
    The contents you are looking for have moved You will be redirected to the new location automatically in 5 seconds

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/product-faq.html (2016-01-08)
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