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About the help
One application, several interfaces
Changing the interface language
Adapting content language on each interface language
Accounts - Introduction
What is an account?
The account name
Concept
An account name is unique
Account name and user name
The account holder
What is an account holder?
The account user may differ from the account holder
Opening an account
Principle
Conditions
The effects of opening an account
The account profile
Profile content
Loggin in an account
Why logging in an account?
How to log in an account?
Locking an account
Unlocking an account
Active/Inactive account
What is a session?
Ending a session
Account types
The seller account
Concept
What can be done with a seller account?
Who can open a seller account?
How do I open a seller account?
The features of a trial account
Transforming a trial account
The range of a seller account
The buyer account
Concept
Who can open a buyer account?
What can be done with a buyer account?
The range of a buyer account
How do I open a buyer account?
Sellers
The seller's firm
Creating a seller's firm
The firm profile
The activity of the profile
Identifiying a firm
The stores of the firm
Identifying a store
The role of the stores
The sellers directory
Templates
The properties of objects
Property definitions
Product templates
Creating a product template
Categories
Concept and properties
The name of a category
Using categories
Creating a category
Including a product in a category
Including a category in a catalog
Including a product in a catalog
Products
Concept
Properties
The global properties of the products
The local properties of the products
Price lists
Concept
Defining price lists
Degressive pricing
The price list of a product
The other parameters of the price list
Defining a price list common to all the stores
Defining a price list specific to a store
Priority between price lists in the stores
Setting up a price list for a buyer group
The special case of the anonymous buyers
Defining and saving a price list
Currency management
The standard currency
Concept
Choosing the standard currency of the firm
The rate of the standard currency
The local currency of a store
Concept
Choosing the local currency of a store
Catalogs
Concept
The structure of a catalog
Managing catalogs
The name of a catalog
Creating a catalog
Publishing catalogs in the points of sale
Concept
Required conditions to publish a catalog
Required conditions to include a product in a catalog
Buyers
The profile of the buyer account
Data relating to the account
Data relating to the account holder
The buyer groups
Concept
Creating a group
The name of a group
The default buyer group
The role of the default group
Changing the default group
Assigning a buyer to a group
To which buyer group belong anonymous users?
The options of the buyer accounts
Default state of new buyer accounts
Immediate activation of a new buyer account
The commercial interface
The points of sale
Concept
Each point of sale is an autonomous entity
The web address of a point of sale

About the help


This main help aims to give you an overview of the application.
A context-sensitive help is also available in the various sections of the application.
 
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One application, several interfaces


WebOrder.biz shows several interfaces, specialized by function.
  1. The products directory which shows, by category, all the products from all the vendors. Each listed product provides instant access to the online point of sale of the seller.

  2. The sellers directory which allows you to find the points of sale of a buyer by name or by activity sector.

  3. My WebOrder.biz is the administration interface of the points of sale.

  4. The Mobile interface shows the points of sale of the vendors through mobile phones.

  5. The commercial interface is the virtual interface containing all the active points of sale of all the vendors.

 
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Changing the interface language


Any user can, at any time, change the interface language by making a selection from the language list located in the upper right corner of each page

The current page of the application becomes immediately available in the selected language.

The selection mechanism is based on the use of cookies. It is therefore essential that the user configures his browser to accept cookies.

The language selection is saved on the user's computer and automatically found at each use of WebOrder.biz.
 
 
Adapting content language on each interface language
In some sections of the application, the recorded data can also be adapted to the available interface languages.

The following data can be adapted in each language:
  • The name and the other global properties of the products;
  • The name of the catalogs;
  • The name of the categories;
  • The name of the user groups.
 
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What is an account?

An account is a set of data whose function is to identify a user.

The data related to an account are recorded in WebOrder.biz. They are linked to an expression called account name.
 
 
 
Concept
The account name is a expression that identifies an account and establishes a relationship between the data that make up the account.
 
 
An account name is unique
In WebOrder.biz, the account names are unique and therefore all different. It is impossible to open an account with a name that is already assigned to another account.
 
 
Account name and user name
The account name and the name of the user of the account are different data which may (but need not) be identical. For example, Mr. XXXXXX may be the user of an account which name would be YYYYYY.
 
 
 
What is an account holder?
The account holder is the person whose identity is shown in an account profile.
 
 
The account user may differ from the account holder
Any user who knows the name and password of an account can login to the account.

Under certain circumstances, the user of a buyer account can be allowed to login a different account than the one with which he opened his session (see Account with substitution ability).
 
 
 
Principle
Opening an account is saving in WebOrder.biz two expressions which are provided by the person who opens the account.

The user opening the account must provide:
  1. an account name;
  2. a password.
 
 
Conditions
To be accepted by WebOrder.biz, the expressions that form the account name and password must meet precise criteria.

See the contextual help for details.
 
 
The effects of opening an account
Opening an account has different effects depending on whether the account is a seller account or a buyer account.

See the sections dealing with these two types of accounts for more details.
 

The account profile

The profile of an account is a set of informations pertinent to a well-defined account and which are recorded in WebOrder.biz.
 
 
Profile content
Typically, the profile of an account contains information concerning:
  • The account itself;
  • The account holder;
  • The firm linked to the account;
  • The state of the profile;
 

Loggin in an account

Logging in an account is to provide WebOrder.biz an account name and password that corresponds to that name.
 
 
Why logging in an account?
The user must log in an account to be able to browse the sections of the application that contain confidential data related to this account.
 
   
 
Locking an account
The accounts are automatically locked whenever a user performs, for the same account, and within a period of ten minutes, over three successive login attempts using a wrong password.

A locked account can no longer be logged in despite the fact that the user provides the right name and password of the account.
 
 
Unlocking an account
The locking of an account is automatically lifted thirty minutes after the account has been locked.

A seller can, if necessary, manually unlock a buyer account of his firm before the waiting period of 30 minutes has elapsed.

There is no procedure to manually unlock a vendor account during the waiting period.
 
 
Active/Inactive account
Only active accounts can be connected. Any attempt to log on using a disabled account fails and causes the display of the message Inactivated account.

The seller accounts are automatically activated when they are opened. Only the administrator of WebOrder.biz can disable them.

On the other hand, the seller may determine whether the buyer accounts are (or not) automatically activated when they are opened (see Activating buyer accounts). Thereafter, the seller is still able to activate or deactivate a buyer account at any time.

Important remark!
The section State of the firm profile allows the seller to change the state of activity of the profile of the firm.
The inactivation of the firm profile results in eliminating the firm and all its stores in the seller's directory but has no effect on the activation state of the account itself.
 
 
What is a session?
When a user logs in an account, he opens a session in a specific interface of WebOrder.biz.

When log in is effective, the panel located under the main menu of the interface shows the name of the account that is logged in.
 
 
Ending a session
A session ends when the user:
  • clicks on the Log out button;
  • closes the browser window in which he opened the session;
  • no longer uses the interface for some time.
 
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Account types


Depending on the interface, any user of WebOrder.biz can open one of these two types of accounts:
  1. a seller account.
  2. a buyer account.
 
 
 
Concept
A seller account identifies and describes the user, the firm and the stores that play the role of the seller in WebOrder.biz.

This is the only type of account it is possible to open in the search and administration interface.

If you want to open a buyer account you must first join the point of sale of a store.
 
 
What can be done with a seller account?
The seller accounts are intended for administration tasks in the search and administration interface of WebOrder.biz.
With a seller account, you can:
  1. manage the profiles of the firm and the stores associated with the account;
  2. manage the catalogs, categories, products and price lists;
  3. administer the points of sale representing to the stores of the firm.
 
 
Who can open a seller account?
Any visitor to WebOrder.biz can open a free trial account. This opportunity allows everyone to assess WebOrder.biz freely and without obligation.

Following a trial period (whose duration is not limited), the user may decide to transform the trial account in a standard seller account.
 
 
How do I open a seller account?
In the main menu of the search and administration interface, choose Sellers and then New account.

If necessary, read the contextual help page.
 
 
The features of a trial account
The trial account has the following features:
  1. The number of stores (points of sale) linked to the account is limited to one.
  2. The catalogs of the store can contain a maximum of 10 products whatever the number of catalogs used.
  3. The account will remain open for an indefinite period unless it is not used for a period of 60 consecutive days in which case it will automatically be deleted at the end of the period.
All the other features of the seller accounts are available
 
   
 
The range of a seller account
A seller account can open a session in the search and administration interface.

In the commercial interface, it can also open a sesssion into any e‑commerce module of the firm with the skills of an account with substitution ability.
 
 
 
Concept
The buyer accounts identify users who take the role of a buyer in WebOrder.biz.

The buyer accounts are exclusively used to open a session in the points of sale of the commercial interface.

It is the only type of account that a user can open in this interface.
 
 
Who can open a buyer account?
Any visitor of a point of sale can open a buyer account.
 
 
What can be done with a buyer account?
The user of a buyer account can:
  1. Open a session in a point of sale of a firm and browse the catalogs of the group he belons to;
  2. If empowered by the seller, he may also open a session on behalf of another buyer (see Accounts with substitution ability).
 
 
The range of a buyer account
A buyer account can log into all the points of sale of the same company.

However, it does not allow to open a session in the search and administration interface.
 
 
How do I open a buyer account?
If you want to open a buyer account, you must first join an point of sale of the company for which you want to open the account. Then, if the option exists in the main menu, select Buyers > New account.
 
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Sellers


Sellers represent the users of WebOrder.biz who opened a seller account.

When a user confirms the opening of a seller account, the data relating to the account (account name, password) are recorded in WebOrder.biz.

In addition, other elements related to the new account are created and automatically saved.

They are:
  • The firm linked to the seller account;
  • The first store of this company;
  • The buyer's default group;
  • The writings in the running account making note of the opening of the account.
An e-mail confirming the opening of the seller account is sent to the mailbox specified by the user when opening the account.
 

The seller's firm

The firm of a seller is the key on which are based the organization and the administration of the virtual space the seller disposes of in WebOrder.biz.
 
   
 
The firm profile
It is a signaletic sheet designed to contain data describing the business of the seller. This form is divided into four sections:
  1. The seller account;
  2. The account holder;
  3. The firm of the seller;
  4. The state of the profile.
Read the contextual help of this section for details.
 
 
The activity of the profile
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Identifiying a firm
Three elements identify a firm:
  1. A firm name as contained in the firm section of the profile. This name can be changed by the seller.

  2. A serial number, which is automatically assigned by WebOrder.biz upon the creation of the firm. This number also appears in the Firm section of the profile but cannot be modified by the seller.

  3. A non-modifiable GUID (Globally Unique IDentifier) assigned by WebOrder.biz. The GUID is used to identify the points of sale corresponding to the stores of the firm. It is mentioned in the e-mail sent to the e-mail address that is indicated in the Account section of the profile.
 

The stores of the firm

Stores are named divisions of a seller's firm.

In the search and administration interface of WebOrder.biz, each store has a signaletic sheet whith a purely administrative function.

By contrast, the commercial function of an store is carried out through an point of sale, which is automatically created in the commercial interface of WebOrder.biz each time a store is created. This is where the commercial transactions of the stores are are processed.
 
 
Identifying a store
Two elements identify each store of a firm:
  1. The name of the store, modifiable by the seller;
  2. A serial number, internal to the firm, which is automatically assigned by WebOrder.biz when the store is created.

    This number is not modifiable by the seller. It is used to identify the points of sale corresponding to each store of the firm.
 
 
The role of the stores
The stores play a twofold role:
  1. They allow the sellers to differentiate their commercial offer by publishing:
  2. Take into account local constraints at the conclusion of sales. In each store, the following parameters can be taken into account:
    • The location (country) where the transaction is concluded;
    • The tax Status (VAT) of the store at that location;
    • The currency in which transactions are conducted.
 
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The sellers directory


The Sellers option of the main menu allows any WebOrder.biz user to reach the sellers directory and to:
  1. search for the firm of a seller or its stores;
  2. view the overview of a firm or its stores;
  3. join the point of sale of a given store.
N.B. When the profile of a company is inactivated, the company, and all the associated stores, no longer appear in the directory.

However, the profile status of the firm has no effect on the points of sale representing the stores. They remain active as long as the checkbox Active point of sale (which appears on the signaletic form of the stores) is checked.
 
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Templates


Templates are documents containing of a variable number of property definitions. Templates are used by WebOrder.biz to help sellers to create products with detailed descriptions.

As a seller, you create, store and manage your own product templates.
 

The properties of objects

Each object, tangible or intangible, has a set of properties which are the hallmarks of the object.

The properties of objects can be divided into:
  1. General properties: they are common to all objects. For example: the name of the object.

  2. Specific properties: they are properties that belong to a specific kind of objects. For example: the "color" property is a property which can be defined for a car but not for software.
 
 
Property definitions

Each property of an object has a number of parameters, each representing a characteristic of the property.

For example:
  • The sort of the property: color, size, capacity, etc. ..,
  • The type of property: text, image, numeric, etc. ..
  • The default value of the property;
  • Etc..

The sheet that contains all the property parameters and that is saved in WebOrder.biz under a particular name is called a property definition.

The section Templates > Property definitions allows sellers to create and store their own property definitions.

These definitions, when they are combined, assembled and saved, form the product templates.

WebOrder.biz can store up to 100 property definitions.
 

Product templates


Several property definitions can be grouped into one entity and that entity, saved in WebOrder.biz under a specific name, forms a product template.

You only need to use product templates when you want to create products whose descriptions contains some specific properties.

When you create such a type of product, the property definitions comprised in the selected template are used by WebOrder.biz to include the specific properties into the new product form.

 
 
Creating a product template

The section Templates > Product templates allows sellers to create and save the templates they will use to create their products.

WebOrder.biz can store up to 100 product templates.
 
 

Concept and properties

Categories represent named divisions of the catalogs.

Their functions are:
  1. Grouping the products;
  2. Ensuring the inclusion of the products in the catalogs.
The whole of the categories contains all the articles of the firm as one (and only one) category must be designated every time a product is created.

The categories are shared by all the stores of the firm. The same category can therefore be included in each catalog created in any store of the firm.
 
 
The name of a category
Each category must receive a name.

The name of a category can be adapted to each language version of WebOrder.biz.

To adapt a category name to a specific language version, select the language version you want from the language dropdown list, and then edit the category and adjust the name depending on the language used.

The alphabetical classification of a list of categories reflects the spelling of the name of the categories in the selected working language.
 
 
 
Creating a category
Log in your seller account and select Categories in the WebOrder.biz main menu.

Read the contextual help for more details.
 
 
Including a product in a category
Open a session with your seller account then choose Products in the WebOrder.biz main menu.
  • If the product to be included does not exist, click the New button to create the product and include it in the right category.
  • If the item exists, select it from the product list, edit it and, in the dropdown list of categories, select the category to which you want to assign it.
 
 
Including a category in a catalog
  1. If the category to include in the catalog is created, select Catalogs in the main menu of WebOrder.biz.
  2. In the store dropdown list, choose the store in which the catalog will be included.
  3. Create or edit the adequate catalog.
Read the contextual help for more details.
 
 
Including a product in a catalog
The products sold in an store should always be presented to buyers through a catalog.

Products are introduced in the catalogs in an indirect way:
  1. You must first assign the item to a category;
  2. Then, you include this category in the catalog.
 
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Concept

The products are the material (goods) or intangible objects (services) sold by a firm.

Like categories, products are shared by all the stores of the firm. They must be assigned to at least one category at the moment they are created.
 

Properties

Products possess three type of properties:
  1. General properties that are common to all the products;
  2. Specific properties that depend on the type of the product;
  3. Local properties that are specific to each store and which may, for instance, vary depending on the geographical location of the store.
 
 
The global properties of the products
The global properties of a product are:
  • The identification code of the product in the firm;
  • The name;
  • The description of the product;
  • The categories to which the product is assigned.


Except for the code of the product, all the definitions of these properties can be adapted to each language version of WebOrder.biz.

To adjust the content of one or more properties on the language used, select the language version you to use want from the language dropdown list, and then edit the product. Adjust the properties depending on the language used.

The alphabetical classification of a list of products reflects the spelling of the name of the product in the selected working language.
 
 
The local properties of the products
Whenever a product is created and saved, local default properties of the product are automatically recorded for each store of the firm.

The following properties are defined and recorded:
  1. The VAT rate of the article.
    The standard VAT rate for the country (indicated in the profile of each store) is saved.
  2. The activation state of the article;
    The article is activated in all the stores of the firm.
 
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Concept

WebOrder.biz offers sellers an extreme flexibility in managing the prices of their products. This is true when setting the prices but also when the prices are published, in the form of price lists, in the points of sale.
 
 
 
Degressive pricing
The price of a product is degressive if the price of the sale unit decreases when the number of units involved in the commercial transaction increases.
 
 
The price list of a product
For each product, an unlimited list of selling prices can be set, each price corresponding to a different quantity of units sold.
This list forms the price list of the product.
 
 
The other parameters of the price list
Two other parameters are also taken into account when defining the price list of a product which are:
  • the store(s) where the price list is in effect;
  • The buyer group to which the price list is intended.
 
 
Defining a price list common to all the stores
If, in the price management section, the seller chooses the option "All stores" (default), the price list set for the selected product will be valid for all the stores of the firm. This means that if all the other conditions for the publication are met, the price list will be published in all points of sale of the firm.
 
 
Defining a price list specific to a store
For each product, WebOrder.biz allows you to set a specific price list for each store of your company. This specific price list will only be published in the point of sale corresponding to the store for which it has been defined.
 
 
Priority between price lists in the stores
When a store specific price list is published, it always takes precedence over the common price list and replaces it.
 
 
Setting up a price list for a buyer group
A product price list is always set up for a well determined buyer group.

Except in the case of anonymous users (see below), users must log in to have access to the price lists set for their group.

Only the users who belong to a group for which specific price lists have been defined can view and use the price lists set for their group.

N.B. If no special price lists have been defined for a group, WebOrder.biz uses the price lists set for the default buyer group.

 
 
The special case of the anonymous buyers
Anonymous buyers are users who have not (yet) identified themselves by creating their buyer account in a point of sale.

WebOrder.biz considers anonymous buyers as making part of the default buyer group. As a result, they have access to price lists set for this group.
 
 
Defining and saving a price list
Log in a seller account. Then, in the main menu, choose Products > Price lists.

Read the contextual help for more details.
 
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Concept
The firm chooses a currency that serves as a standard for calculating the prices expressed in any another currency in use in one of the stores. That currency is called the standard currency of the firm.

The standard currency is used:
  1. when the seller sets the price lists of the products;
  2. To calculate the price of the products when they are converted into the local currency;
  3. To convert to the standard currency the amounts of the transactions made in a local currency.
 
 
Choosing the standard currency of the firm
Edit the profile of the firm (Firm > Profile > Firm) and choose the standard currency in the list of the available currencies.
 
 
The rate of the standard currency
By definition, the value of the standard currency is equal to 1 unit of that currency.

The currency management module allows the value of the standard currency to be set when expressed in another currency available in WebOrder.biz.

To reach this module, connect a seller account, select Products in the main menu, then click Currencies. Consult the contextual help on this page for details.
 
 
 
Concept
For each store, it is possible to choose a local currency that differs from the standard currency of the firm.

When a local currency is defined for a store, the prices of the products listed in the catalogs of that store will be automatically converted and displayed in local currency.
 
 
Choosing the local currency of a store
  1. Log in your seller account and choose Firm > Stores.
  2. Select the store in the dropdown list and edit the form.
  3. Select a currency in the Local currency list.
 
   
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Concept

A catalog is a named set of categories.

Each catalog is specific to the store in which it was created.

The number of catalogs per store is unlimited.

Catalogs are the first level of the hierarchical structure that allows searching and presenting products in the commercial interface.

 
 
The structure of a catalog
A catalog form the trunk of a tree whose branches are represented by the categories and whose leaves are the products.
  • Car catalog
    • Yellow cars category
      • Product yellow car 1
      • Product yellow car 2
      • Etc.
    • Red cars category
      • Product red car 1
      • Product red car 2
      • Etc.
  • Truck catalog
    • Green trucks category
      • Product green truck 1
      • Etc.
 
 
 
The name of a catalog
Each catalog must receive a name.

The name of a catalog can be adapted to each language version of WebOrder.biz.

To adapt a catalog name to a specific language version, select the language version you want from the language dropdown list, and then edit the catalog and adjust the name depending on the language used.

The alphabetical classification of a list of catalogs reflects the spelling of the name of the catalogs in the selected working language.
 
 
Creating a catalog
Log in your seller account and choose Catalogs > Manage in the main menu.

Read the contextual help for more details.
 
 
 
Concept
When a catalog is published in a point of sale, his name appears in the summary of the Catalogs section of the module.

The data relating to categories, products and price lists, entered and saved by the seller through the search and administration interface, are automatically formatted and published in the form of catalogs.

Each time a user opens a catalog, its content is tailored to the module in which the catalog is published and the identity of the user who has access to it.
 
 
Required conditions to publish a catalog
To publish a catalog in a point of sale, the two following conditions are to be satisfied simultaneously in the search and administration interface.
  1. The catalog must have been defined for the store corresponding to the point of sale in which it is to be published.
  2. The catalog must include at least one category;
The catalog does not appear in the summary of the Catalogs section of the point of sale if these two conditions are not simultaneously met.

Important! If no catalogue of the store meets these three conditions,the page Catalogues of the module displays the message "No catalog available".
 
 
Required conditions to include a product in a catalog
To publish a product in a catalog, the two following conditions are simultaneously to be met in the search and administration interface.
  1. The product must be affected to a category that belongs to the catalog.
  2. The article must be active in the store for which the catalog is created.
N.B. A category that contains no active product is signalled by the indication No products.

Important! If there is no product meeting these conditions in any catalog of the store, than the message "No catalog available" is displayed in the Catalogues section of the module.
 
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Buyers


Buyers are WebOrder.biz users who opened a buyer account in a point of sale of the commercial interface. In this interface, each buyer can, by himself, edit and change his account profile.

In the search and administration interface, the seller can also edit and modify some items of the buyer account profile.
 

The profile of the buyer account

In a buyer profile, the seller can edit and modify items relating to the account or items concerning the account holder.
 
 
Data relating to the account
In the Acccount section of the buyer profile, the seller can:
  • Change the e-mail address of the account;
  • Activate/Unactivate the account;
  • Unlock the account.
N.B. The last two items can not be changed by the buyers.
 
 
Data relating to the account holder
In the Holder section of the buyer profile, the seller can change the following items:
  • The store to which the buyer account is linked;
    When a buyer opens an account, it is linked to the store corresponding with the point of sale it was opened.
  • The buyer group to which the buyer belongs;
  • The abilities of the account.
    The seller can change the default abilities the buyer account recieves when the account is opened.
N.B. These three items cannot be changed by the buyer.
 
 
 
Concept
A buyer group consists of a named set of users who own a buyer account.

The buyer groups are shared by all the stores of the firm.

The seller relates each holder of a buyer account to a specific group based on the business needs of its firm.

The role of groups is to allow a vendor to present his products to the buyers with a price list depending of the group to which the buyer belongs.

For a buyer, belonging to a group is reflected in the fact that when he consults a catalog in a point of sale, the accessed catalog is specifically generated for the group to which he belongs.
 
 
Creating a group
The seller can create an unlimited number of groups in the search and administration interface.
 
 
The name of a group
Each buyer group must recieve a name.

The name of a group can be adapted to each language version of WebOrder.biz.

To adapt a group name to a specific language version, select the language version you want from the language dropdown list, and then edit the group and adjust the name depending on the language used.

The alphabetical classification of a list of groups reflects the spelling of the name of the group in the selected working language.
 
 
The default buyer group
In each firm, a default buyer group is automatically created by WebOrder.biz when the seller account is opened.
 
 
The role of the default group
When a user opens a buyer account in any point of sale of a firm, the the account is automatically included in the default buyer group unless another group is specified in the section Buyers > Options.
 
 
Changing the default group
If the seller has created several buyer groups for his firm, he may designate, in the section Firm > Profile > Firm, any of these groups as the default buyer group.
 
 
Assigning a buyer to a group
Every buyer must be assigned to one (and only one) buyer group. When a buyer account is created, the new buyer is automatically included in the default buyer group unless another group is specified in the section Buyers > Options.

Only the vendor can modify the group to which a buyer belongs to by changing the entry Group in the Holder section of the account profile of the buyer.
 
 
To which buyer group belong anonymous users?
Anonymous users are users of the commercial interface who have not logged into a point of sale and, therefore, are not identified.

WebOrder.biz considers anonymous users as making part of the default buyer group. As a result, they have access to catalogs with price lists set for this group.

 
 
   
 
Immediate activation of a new buyer account

A seller may decide that, by default, a new buyer account is active (or not) at the moment that it is created.
  1. In the administration interface, open a session with your seller account.
  2. In the main menu, click Buyers and then Options.
  3. Click Modify and change the option The account is immediately activated.
  4. Finally click Ok to save the change.


Read the contextual help for more details.
 
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The commercial interface


The commercial interface is the virtual interface containing all the active points of sale of all the vendors.
 
 
 
Concept
Each point of sale represents a particular store of a firm.

For each created store in the administration interface, WebOrder.biz automatically generates a point of sale in the commercial interface.

A point of sale fulfills three functions:
  1. Publish catalogs;
  2. Take and register orders;
  3. Register users.
 
 
Each point of sale is an autonomous entity
The autonomy of each point of sale allows easy integration into other web application.
 
 
The web address of a point of sale
Each point of sale has a specific web address (URL) written according to the following format

www.weborder.biz/e-pos/default.aspx?CyId=FirmGuid&NumEtab=xx


To specify a particular point of sale, replace the expression FirmGuid by the GUID (Globally Unique IDentifier) identifying the firm of the seller and xx by the store number within the firm.
 
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