Magento 2: Configure the plugin

Magento 2: Configure the plugin

After you install the JMango360 plugin successfully on your Magento 2 site, please go to Magento Admin to configure the plugin. Navigate to the Admin sidebar > Stores > Configuration > Services > JMango360 Mobile.

Connection Credentials

  1. Version: The version of the plugin.
  2. User Name: The API user name will be checked from every app while a session is set up between the app and the Magento store.
  3. API Key: The API key will be checked from every app while a session is set up between the app and the Magento store.

Catalogue Settings

  1. Exclude attributes on Product Details: If you do not want an attribute to appear in the Additional Info tab in the product details page, select it in the list and save config. Hold down Ctrl/Cmd to select multiple attributes.

Mobile App Checkout Settings

  1. Enable newsletter checkbox: NO by default. Enable this setting to include the newsletter checkout in the onepage checkout process.
  2. Popup URLs: This setting applies to Klarna checkout only. Please specify all the URLs that will be shown during the checkout process to show them in pop-ups.

Orchard Settings

  1. Enable catalog synchronization: NO by default. With this setting enabled, you are allowed to skip the re-integration step as your updates on categories will be reflected on app automatically. 
  2. Orchard endpoint: Specify the Orchard endpoint for the onepage checkout process.

Developer

  1. Enable API logging: NO by default. Turn on to allow JMango360 to log all the requests from mobile to website. The log file can be downloaded and used for debugging.
  2. Download log files: Select a log file to download.
  3. Enable API Caching: NO by default. API caching reduces the number of requests a server needs to process, in turn reducing data loading times. For more details, see Speed up your app with API caching.
  4. API cache lifetime: 3600 seconds by default. Specify the API cache lifetime in seconds.
  5. API cache on a new order: Set how API cache behaves when a new order is placed. Three available options: always clear product cache (default), do not clear product cache, clear if the product is out of stock.

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