Public Release Note - Intershop Commerce Management B2C/B2X 7.10.26 LTS Releases

1 Introduction

Welcome to Intershop Commerce Management 7.10 LTS. 

Based on your feedback and in order to support the planning of updates, upgrades and enhancements, Intershop Commerce Management 7.10 includes long-term support (LTS) releases from ICM Patch Version 7.10.26. For more information, refer to Concept - Continuous Releases.

This Public Release Note contains information about the latest features of Intershop Commerce Management. In addition, it serves as a quick reference for the latest documentation.

1.1 References

For release notes for continuous releases, refer to Public Release Note - Intershop Commerce Management B2C/B2X 7.10.

2 Assemblies

2.1 Intershop Commerce Management B2C

Assembly NameDescription
com.intershop.assembly:commerce_management_b2cBase assembly for Intershop Commerce Management B2C (this is the base of all B2C projects).
com.intershop.responsive:inspired-b2cDemo store "Inspired" B2C (source of this assembly is the starting point for B2C projects).

2.2 Intershop Commerce Management B2X

Assembly NameDescription
com.intershop.assembly:commerce_management_b2xBase assembly for Intershop Commerce Management B2X (this is the base of all B2B projects).
com.intershop.responsive:inspired-b2xDemo store "Inspired" B2X (source of this assembly is the starting point for B2B projects).

3 New & Noteworthy

3.1 Microsoft SQL Server Support

With ICM 7.10.2 Intershop supports Microsoft SQL Server 2017 as alternative to Oracle Database. All features including Replication are supported by SQL Server. We also support Oracle Database 12c Release 2 now.

3.2 Intershop Progressive Web App

The Intershop Progressive Web App is an essential component of Intershop's new cloud strategy and an alternative storefront for Intershop Commerce Management. Through the clear separation of the Intershop Commerce Suite back-end from the visualization layer and the introduction of clearly defined Synaptic Commerce® APIs, partners and customers can design and customize the Intershop Storefront easier than ever before. Web Developers can use the Intershop PWA to implement storefront applications based on the Intershop Commerce Management (ICM) WebShop REST API and/or 3rd party systems. The Intershop PWA has a four-week release cycle, with new features being added on an ongoing basis.

3.3 Microsoft Dynamics 365 Integration

Intershop is developing Microservices to connect the Intershop Commerce Management 7.10 with Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. The intention is to enhance the performance of the Dynamics 365 ERP-System by using automated Microservices to ensure data consistency, correctness and fast processing. The Microservice architecture allows a flexible adoption to customer-projects and a fast and agile integration in existing software-landscapes. The connectors for Orders and Inventory are part of the ICM 7.10 GA release. On an ongoing basis further standard connectors for Products, Customers and Prices will be made available for the Intershop Commerce Management 7.10 via a four-week release cycle.

4 Limitations

ICM 7.10.2 does support Microsoft SQL Server, however Azure SQL Database support will be delivered with the next update.

5 Release Documents

5.1 System Requirements

To read about the newest system requirement, please refer to:

The Reference - CI Dependencies of Intershop Commerce Management provides a mapping of all:

  • CI-versions of the ICM
  • Intershop CI Bootstrap version
  • Intershop Gradle Tools version
  • Intershop Responsive Blueprint Store version

5.2 Feature Lists

Please see our feature lists for more details about the new release:

6 Concepts & Cookbooks

The following documents are updated or entirely new for ICM 7.10:

Business Guide - WebShop REST API - Basket and Checkout REST API (v1)
Concept - B2B Order Approval Service
Concept - CaaS Synchronization Process
Concept - Cashback
Concept - Classification Catalog ETIM
Concept - Configuration (valid from 7.10.12)
Concept - Continuous Releases
Concept - Customer-Specific Assortments
Concept - D365 Finance and Operations Order Submission Connector
Concept - DBMigrate and DBInit
Concept - Features Framework
Concept - GDPR Cookie Content
Concept - GDPR Personal Data Deletion Handling
Concept - Google Analytics
Concept - Headless Application Type - intershop.REST
Concept - Image Framework
Concept - Integration of Progressive Web App and inSPIRED Storefront
Concept - OCI Punchout (valid from 7.10.17)
Concept - Order REST API (v1)
Concept - Payment Framework
Concept - Product Variations
Concept - ReCaptcha v3
Concept - REST API Error and Info Messages (v1)
Concept - URL Rewriting (from 7.10.5)
Cookbook - Azure SQL Managed Instance Vulnerability Assessment
Cookbook - Basket REST API (v1)
Cookbook - Basket Validation
Cookbook - CaaS DevOps - CI Use Cases for Progressive Web App
Cookbook - Cache Management
Cookbook - Cashback
Cookbook - Catalog Views
Cookbook - CMS
Cookbook - Configuration REST API (v1)
Cookbook - Custom ISML Functions
Cookbook - D365 Finance and Operations Order Submission Connector
Cookbook - DBInit
Cookbook - DBMigrate
Cookbook - DBPrepare
Cookbook - Deployment of Solr Search Adapters
Cookbook - Deployment Tools ICM 7.10
Cookbook - Developer Tools ac_swagger
Cookbook - Developer Tools dev_query
Cookbook - Developer Tools dev_swagger (valid to
Cookbook - Developer Tools dev_trackingservice
Cookbook - Features Framework
Cookbook - GDPR Export Customization
Cookbook - Google Analytics
Cookbook - Image Framework
Cookbook - JUnit Tests 7.10
Cookbook - Localization
Cookbook - Managed Service Framework
Cookbook - Mastering Database Independence
Cookbook - Monitoring with Prometheus
Cookbook - Order Export
Cookbook - ReCaptcha v3
Cookbook - REST API Versioning
Cookbook - REST Framework (Guice Based)
Cookbook - URL Rewriting
Guide - Azure DevOps for CaaS Projects
Guide - B2B Storefront Functionality (valid from 7.10.17)
Guide - Backup Database Using SQL Server
Guide - CaaS Business Features
Guide - CaaS Customization Options
Guide - CaaS Database Access
Guide - CaaS DevOps - Intershop Commerce Management
Guide - Cache Engine Administration
Guide - Migration Solr4 to Solr Cloud Adapter
Guide - Quick Project Setup
Guide - Replication with Microsoft SQL Server/Azure SQL Managed Instance
Guide - Search Suggest Index Types
Guide - Setup Microsoft SQL Server as Intershop Development Database
Guide - Setup Microsoft SQL Server as Intershop Production Database
Guide - SQL Server Text Indexes
Guide - What is CaaS?
Reference - Address Check API 1.0.0
Reference - Authentication API 1.0.0
Reference - Authentication API 1.0.1
Reference - Basket API 0.1.0
Reference - Basket API 1.0.0
Reference - Batch Processes API 1.0.0
Reference - CaaS - Mandatory Prerequisites
Reference - CaaS FAQ
Reference - CMS API 1.0.0
Reference - Contact Center API 1.0.0
Reference - Contract API 1.0.0
Reference - Customer API 1.0.0
Reference - Customer Data XML Import Specification
Reference - Customer Management API 1.0.0
Reference - Error and Info Message Overview for Basket REST API
Reference - Intershop 7.10 Jobs
Reference - Jobs API 1.0.0
Reference - Newsletter (Subscription) API 1.0.0
Reference - Notification API 1.0.0
Reference - Order API 0.1.0
Reference - Order API 1.0.0
Reference - Organization API 1.0.0
Reference - Product and Category API 1.0.0
Reference - Product and Category API 1.1.0
Reference - Product and Category API 1.2.0
Reference - Product Attribute Groups XML Import Specification
Reference - Promotion API 1.0.0
Reference - Punchout API 1.0.0
Reference - Punchout API 1.1.0
Reference - Query File Syntax
Reference - Quoting API 1.0.0
Reference - Rating and Review API 1.0.0
Reference - Recommendation API 1.0.0
Reference - Recurring Orders (Subscription) API 1.0.0
Reference - Requisition Approval API 1.0.0
Reference - Search API 1.0.0
Reference - Search Index API 1.0.0
Reference - Shop API 1.0.0
Reference - Usage of JSON Web Token (JWT)
Reference - WebShop REST API 7.10
Reference - Wish List API 1.0.0
Wireframes - Reference Application ICM 7.10

7 Migration Guides

For migrations within 7.10 versions refer to the following documents:

8 Changelog

8.1 Hotfix Release

8.2 Patch Release

  • Messaging and cache metrics are now available in Prometheus, see Cookbook - Monitoring with Prometheus for details.
  • The searchindexes REST API specifications have been separated from the Backoffice API specification and can be viewed via a drop down menu within the Swagger UI in Intershop System Management.
  • REST API: B2B buyers (admin) can now invite other persons to their customer organization, so they are able to make purchases in this context. 

  • A new promotion condition at order level allows to compare the total quantity of items in the basket with a specific amount in several ways.

  • The Quoting REST API now supports creating a new quote request from an existing quote request.
  • Products REST API: Using the parameter returnSortKeys=true now returns additionally the localized names of the available sorting options. (IS-29415)
  • XML Sitemap Generation is available for the Progressive Web App (PWA) application type (intershop.REST), see Concept - URL Rewriting (from 7.10.5) | Rewrite Rules for PWA.
  • A new promotion condition at order level allows to compare the order total with a specific purchase amount in several ways.
  • MSSQL database optimization: Duplicated indexes are removed. A DBMigrate is required on MSSQL to benefit from the change.
  • MSSQL database bugfix: If an index was deleted, it was possible that the wrong index was deleted. A DBMigrate is required on MSSQL to fix the problem.
  • MSSQL database optimization: Computed FT_INDEX columns are stored as persistence. A DBMigrate is required on MSSQL to benefit from the change.
  • Different REST API versions are now documented correctly and consistently with OpenAPI. This is especially relevant for Basket and Order where two REST API versions are available (see IS-30561 and Reference - WebShop REST API 7.10).


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