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An e-commerce software that operates web shops internationally must have a flexible and generally valid shipping component. Intershop 7 and Intershop Commerce Management provide a shipping framework that allows users and developers to flexibly combine the following concepts and apply them according to the business needs:
|Title||Lastmodified||valid from||valid to|
|Concept - Shipping||2020/02/04 09:51:38||7.8|
|Concept - Shipping (valid to 7.7)||2020/02/04 09:51:39||7.1||7.7|
|Cookbook - Shipping||2020/04/30 10:13:17||7.9|
|Cookbook - Shipping (valid to 7.3)||2020/02/04 09:52:09||7.1||7.3|
|Cookbook - Shipping (valid to 7.6)||2020/02/04 09:52:09||7.4||7.6|
|Cookbook - Shipping (valid to 7.8)||2020/02/04 09:52:10||7.7||7.8|
|Cookbook - Shipping Buckets||2020/02/04 09:52:11||6.6|
|Cookbook - Shipping Import Export||2020/02/04 09:52:12||7.7|
|Cookbook - Shipping Import Export (valid to 7.3)||2020/02/04 09:52:12||7.1||7.3|
|Cookbook - Shipping Import Export (valid to 7.6)||2020/02/04 09:52:13||7.4||7.6|
|Cookbook - Shipping Use Cases||2020/02/04 09:52:13||7.5|
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