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Intershop 7 and Intershop Commerce Management provide access to resources and functionality using web services in addition to the browser-based Commerce Management application and storefront interfaces.
Using web services, developers can make well-defined business processes or data accessible to any internal or external web service client. Organizations can communicate data without knowledge of each other's IT-systems behind the firewall. For example, one company can call another service to calculate the shipping costs for a package of a certain weight or size.
This enhances the modularity of the system, and enables the re-use of functionality.
|Title||Product Version||Product To Version|
|Business Guide - WebShop REST API - Basket and Checkout||7.8|
|Business Guide - WebShop REST API - Basket and Checkout (valid to 7.7)||7.6||7.7|
|Business Guide - WebShop REST API - Basket and Checkout REST API (v1)||7.10|
|Concept - REST API Error and Info Messages (v1)||7.10|
|Concept - REST Framework|
|Concept - REST Services Authorization||7.9|
|Concept - Web Service|
|Cookbook - REST API Versioning||7.10|
|Cookbook - REST Framework|
|Cookbook - REST Framework (7.6 - 7.8)|
|Cookbook - REST Framework (Guice Based)||7.10|
|Cookbook - REST Framework (valid to 7.4 CI)|
|Cookbook - REST Services Authorization||7.9|
|Guide - Checkout Implementation Based on RESTful API|
|Guide - Create a New Storefront REST Resource||7.10|
|Guide - REST Style Guide|
|Guide - Using Postman API Development Environment||7.9|
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