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Like mentioned in header, should I choose the clean Sandbox deployment for Commerce (demo purposes) or is it possible to - somehow - add to the existing D365FO sandbox environment. And by sandbox I mean tier-2 environment.
Plan is not to install evaluation one-box environment, but to use the commerce for longer lasting demo purposes. Hopefully this clarifies
I think we will deploy completely separate instance.
Thanks for your feedback.
Just to add, If you are looking to also test/demo e-commerce functionality of commerce then you will have to deploy an azure hosted sandbox. The cloud hosted sandbox does not allow you to deploy additional commerce scale units or e-commerce website.
If "Commerce" means Scale Unit, including Retail Server, Cloud POS, Async Client, then you can deploy them to your existing VM, there are 2 ways to do that - by leveraging:
1. GitHub based SDK Scale Unit sample
2. Commerce Scale Unit installer directly.
How about e-Commerce website. Is that something we can deploy to a cloud hosted environment?
Cloud hosted eCommerce can be setup via LCS by following Deploy a new e-commerce tenant.
If you want to setup eCommerce on the Dev VM then follow Set up a development environment. Doing so involves having Retail Server deployed locally on the Dev VM and it could be deployed by using both modes (mentioned here and here) - IIS and Self Hosted (note that Self-Hosted scale unit dev experience for eCommerce is supported starting 10.0.23). With Self Hosted however, there are limitations (obviously they will be present since Self Host flavor cuts/mocks a lot), for instance, payment flow doesn't work yet.
If you will want to use self-hosted RS with eCommerce then some additional changes might be needed in addition to what is mentioned in the above documentation:
1. Set MSDyn365Commerce_LOCAL_BASE_URL=true in the .env file
2. Update RS's CORS setting to accept the RS's Url: Open the file C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics 365\10.0\Commerce Scale Unit\Microsoft\RetailServerSelfHosted\Microsoft.Dynamics.Retail.RetailServerSelfHost.AspNetCore.dll.config in any editor, locate there AllowedOrigins and append the url, including correct port number, corresponding to your locally deployed eCommerce, so after your modifications that key's value should be similar (see highlighted changes) to:
<add key="AllowedOrigins" value="usnconeboxax1pos.cloud.onebox.dynamics.com;https:/.../usnconeboxax1ecom.cloud.onebox.dynamics.com;https://localhost:4000" />
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