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As from version, KonaKart can be implemented as a JSR-168 compliant portlet.   Therefore you can run KonaKart inside any portal manager that supports JSR-168 compliant portlets.

For information on setting up the konakart portlet WAR file that you can use to deploy the KonaKart portlet, please refer to http://www.konakart.com/portlet.php

A build file is included in the download kit that allows you to create a konakart portlet war (see details in the link above).   Even if you have modified the JSPs or any of the customisable parts of KonaKart, the WAR that is created will pick these changes up... so it will create a WAR to run YOUR version of KonaKart in a portal manager and not revert back to the default KonaKart application.

Please feel free to ask your questions about running KonaKart as a portlet here.... or report any errors or problems if you find any!

We have developed an OpenCms module for KonaKart.  OpenCms is a professional, easy to use website content management system. OpenCms helps content managers worldwide to create and maintain beautiful websites fast and efficiently.

The purpose of this module is to demonstrate how the eCommerce / shopping cart functionality of KonaKart can be integrated into an OpenCms application. The approach taken has been to use the KonaKart SOAP Web Service in order to call the KonaKart APIs from an OpenCms application. This allows for the applications to be installed in completely separate locations for maximum flexibility. 

The module includes some JSPs which display products retrieved from the KonaKart online demonstration (running on the KonaKart web site) through the SOAP API . This means that you do not even have to install KonaKart in order to see the module in action. All you need is a running OpenCms system. Further details on the architecture and on how to install and run the module, can be obtained from the module documentation.

The module is in the final stages of testing and should be available for download during the week beginning 12th November.
Programming of KonaKart / KonaKart Programming Forum Board
September 17, 2007, 11:45:23 am
This is the section dedicated to questions about programming KonaKart.

One of KonaKart's strengths is the availability of an extensive range of flexible open APIs that allow you to control KonaKart in many different ways.   All of the demonstration applications on the KonaKart web site and in the download packages use these APIs.

There are direct Java APIs and SOAP APIs.

WSDL is available at:
http://www.konakart.com/konakart/services/KKWebServiceEng?wsdl (Application SOAP interface)
http://www.konakart.com/konakartadmin/services/KKWSAdmin?wsdl (Admin Application SOAP Interface)

If you download and install KonaKart, you can access your local copies of these WSDL descriptions at:
http://localhost:8780/konakart/services/KKWebServiceEng?wsdl (Application SOAP interface)
http://localhost:8780/konakartadmin/services/KKWSAdmin?wsdl (Admin Application SOAP Interface)

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Contributions / Contributions - Guidelines
July 06, 2007, 09:54:43 am
Please post your KonaKart contributions to this board as attachments to your topics.   Feel free to claim credit for your contribution and provide your contact details.

Please note which versions of KonaKart the contributions are compatible with.

Examples of contributions that you may wish to post are:

  • BIRT reports

  • Message Catalog Translations

  • Payment/Shipping/Order Total Modules

KonaKart users must be aware that the contributions are to be used at your own risk.  They are not checked for accuracy so should be used with caution.

Regards... and thanks for your contributions   ;D