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  • ShopSite 10.0 Scripted Installation Instructions
    DEBUG Set to YES all caps to enable logging debug messages to a log file DEBUG LOG DIRECTORY The full path name with no file name to where the log file is to be stored DEBUG LOG FILE The log file name BACKUP ON UPDATE If this is a new installation enter NO If you are updating an existing mall enter YES to have the update script back up the existing ShopSite directories to tar files The tar files can get large so enter NO if your system does not have much available disk space Note Tar on Solaris complains about symbolic links longer than 99 characters and may not include those links in the tar file SERVER LOG PATH Full path name to the directory where server logs are stored SERVER LOG NAME File name of the server log file MALL TYPE Must be set to normal Double check the values that you set and then save and close the file Make a copy of the config mall aa file as a security measure against the file being overwritten or erased B Run the start install mall sc Script The start install mall sc script performs initial configuration of the ShopSite software If you have already created the SHOPSITE DIRECTORY ir the SHOPPING CART DIRECTORY make sure that the UNIX WEB USER ID and UNIX WEB GROUP ID are set as owner and group for those directories Log in or su to the UNIX WEB USER ID account Verify that your csp id file is in the same directory as the start install mall sc ksh script Run the script start install mall sc ksh config mall aa Note All the scripts are designed to run under a KornShell ksh If your server does not have ksh installed you may need to edit the scripts to run under a different shell If you have problems running the scripts try typing a before the script name for example start install cgi instead of start install cgi Check the log file for errors If you left the LOG DEBUG variable set to YES then the install script created a log file in the DEBUG LOG DIRECTORY The default name for the file is debug log Examine this file to ensure that there are no FAILED messages If you find any of these messages correct the problem most likely a file permission problem and rerun the script C Configure the Web Server Configure the Web server to recognize the new directories Alias the SHOPSITE URL to point to the SHOPSITE DIRECTORY Alias the SHOPPING CART URL to point to the SHOPPING CART DIRECTORY V Store Initialization The config store aa file and the start install store sc ksh script are provided as examples of how to call the underlying script that creates and initializes stores which is install store sc ksh These scripts accept command line parameters such as those passed by the start install store sc ksh script You can customize

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/11.0/en-US/install/ShopSite_SC_scripted_install.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Remote Database Wizard Steps
    from your ShopSite store PCI guidelines also require that the password for the database conform to PCI standards at least seven alphaumeric characters in length using both letters and numbers Contact your system administrator or hosting provider to learn how to set up your remote PostgreSQL database server Note The PostgreSQL database must to be configured for Latin1 encoding You will need to know the following information about your remote database to configure ShopSite to communicate with it Hostname the domain name or IP address of the server hosting your PostgreSQL database Port number the port number on which your PostgreSQL database is listening for remote connections Login name the user ID to use when connecting to your database Login password the password to use when connecting to your database Database name the name of the database ShopSite should use to store order information in Before you begin configuring ShopSite to use a remote database you should prepare your store by doing the following View your orders When you go to the Orders screen ShopSite checks for new orders or updates to the status of existing orders and updates the information in your order database You should make sure your

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/postgres_wizard_1.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Security Settings
    Log The Access Log button will take you to a screen that allows you to manage the security access logs Credit Card Storage Click on the Credit Card Storage button to view and configure credit card storage and retrieval settings Remote Database Click the Remote Database button to configure ShopSite to store order information in a remote PostgreSQL database This can help you comply with PCI Security guidelines which require

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/security.options.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Key Generation Wizard Steps
    Payment information can only be decrypted using the key matching the one used to encrypt it Generating a new key will effectively make payment information from previous orders inaccessible If you have been using Merchant Key encryption already you should turn off Merchant Key encryption prior to continuing with the Key Generation Wizard This will prevent problems viewing payment information for any orders recieved between when the wizard is started

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/key_wizard_1.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Merchant Key Configuration
    This will cause the payment information in all new orders to be encrypted using the merchant key Note Any orders encrypted using a merchant key can only be decrypted with the matching key If you lose the key you will not be able to view encrypted order information Prior to turning on Merchant Key Encryption you need to make sure you Back up your Merchant Key to a safe secure location Change Merchant Key This option will only appear if you are not currently using Merchant Key encryption Click on the Change button to be taken to the Merchant Key Upload screen Uploading a merchant key from this screen will turn on Merchant Key encryption Generate New Merchant Key For maximum security you should change the merchant key on a regular basis You may also need to generate a new key if you have lost your old key Click on the Create New Key button to be taken to the Key Generation Wizard Inactive period before being signed out This setting determines how long ShopSite should wait after a merchant last viewed an order before deleting the decryption key from the server and locking the payment information You should keep

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/key_config.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Orders Access Log
    time of the order system access Trusted Whether the computer used to access the sytem is in the Trusted list ID Security ID of the computer used to access the system IP IP address of the computer used to access the order system Domain Domain name if available of the computer used to access the order system Action order screens or actions performed Extra Info details about actions taken Accessed

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/orders.access_log.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Credit Card Security
    properly protect any information not stored in ShopSite See PCI Security Practices for more information Shopper enters credit card information in the cart This category determines the security of the Shopping Cart checkout screen You will get a High status if you are not accepting credit cards or if your Shopping Cart uses SSL encryption A Low status will be given if the shopping cart accepts credit cards but does not use SSL encryption Credit card information stored for later viewing or downloading This category determines the security level of Credit Card number storage You will get a High status if you are using Merchant Key asymmetric encryption or not storing credit card numbers Merchants who do not accept credit cards or who use a real time payment gateway should not need to store credit cards A Medium status will be displayed if you are storing credit card numbers using the basic symmetric encryption Credit card information viewed or downloaded from ShopSite The level for this category is determined by how stored credit card information is accessed by merchants Merchants who do not store credit card numbers or merchants who use SSL to download or view order information will get a High status A Low status will be shown if merchants are viewing or downloading credit card information through an insecure unencrypted connection Customer Registration This category represents the security level of credit card information used by the Customer Registration feature A High status is returned if Customer Registration is not enabled or if registered customer payment information is not being saved If registered customers are allowed to save their payment information a Medium status will be returned If customer registration payment information is saved it is always stored using symmetric encryption Security Image Merchants whose stores score High in

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/cc_security.html (2016-01-08)
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  • Upload Merchant Key
    key to the server The merchant key must also be uploaded before ShopSite can begin using the key to encrypt orders Identify the Merchant Key on your local system Click on the Browse button to navigate to the merchant key stored on your local computer or type the path to the key into the text box then click Upload click the Next button if you are in the Key Wizard

    Original URL path: http://www.shopsite.com/help/current/en-US/sc/pro/key_upload.html (2016-01-08)
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