This API allows to create, update the customers in Salesforce Commerce Cloud and obtain the customer from Salesforce Commerce Cloud by customerId.
This endpoint will trigger flow postCustomerFlow which creates the customer to the Salesforce Commerce Cloud.
This endpoint will trigger flow getCustomerFlow which obtains a customer to the Salesforce Commerce Cloud by customerId.
This endpoint will trigger flow putCustomerFlow which updates the customer to the Salesforce Commerce Cloud by customerId.
This endpoint will trigger flow deleteCustomerFlow which deletes the customer to the Salesforce Commerce Cloud by customerId.
Look at the included self-descriptive RAML definition and the corresponding flows to learn more about the flows.
Note that using this template is subject to the conditions of this License Agreement.
Please review the terms of the license before downloading and using this template. In short, you are allowed to use the template for free with Mule ESB Enterprise Edition, CloudHub, or as a trial in Anypoint Studio.
To make this Anypoint Template run, there are certain preconditions that must be considered. Failing to do so could lead to unexpected behaviour of the template.
APIs security considerations
This System API is meant to be deployed to CloudHub and managed using the API Platform Manager.
Simple steps to get Retail Salesforce Commerce Cloud Customer System API running.
Running on premise
In this section we detail the way you should run your Anypoint Template on your computer.
Where to Download Anypoint Studio and Mule ESB
First thing to know if you are a newcomer to Mule is where to get the tools.
Importing an Anypoint Template into Studio
Anypoint Studio offers several ways to import a project into the workspace, for instance:
- Anypoint Studio Project from File System
- Packaged mule application (.jar)
You can find a detailed description on how to do so in this Documentation Page.
Running on Studio
Once you have imported you Anypoint Template into Anypoint Studio you need to follow these steps to run it:
- Complete all the properties required as per the examples in the section Properties to be configured
- Once that is done, right click on you Anypoint Template project folder
- Hover you mouse over
- Click on
Running on Mule ESB stand alone
Complete all properties in one of the property files, for example in mule.prod.properties and run your app with the corresponding environment variable to use it. To follow the example, this will be
Running on CloudHub
While creating your application on CloudHub (Or you can do it later as a next step), you need to go to
"Manage Application" >
"Properties" to set all environment variables detailed in Properties to be configured.
Follow other steps defined here and once your app is all set and started, there is no need to do anything else.
Deploying your Anypoint Template on CloudHub
Mule Studio provides you with really easy way to deploy your Template directly to CloudHub, for the specific steps to do so please check this link
Properties to be configured (With examples)
In order to use this Mule Anypoint Template you need to configure properties (Credentials, configurations, etc.) either in properties file or in CloudHub as Environment Variables.
Detailed list with examples:
Salesforce Commerce Cloud configuration