The Client wishes to implement a third party integration that allows for free shipping If the customer Is a member of the third party service. When the customer's order is exported to the Order Management System (OMS) it also creates a custom object in order to track additional data before sending that order data to the third-party service as well.
What technical concern should the Architect raise to protect performance and stability of the site1?
The Client is creating a new Storefront and their requirements include:
* ApplePay support
* Log -n through a standard OAuth2 social media account
* One Okie checkout process
* Ay B testing for promotions
Which two items require technical documentation for customizing the Storefront Reference Architecture?
Choose 2 answers
The Client wants to have a flash sate on a few products every day. These products are sold through B2C Commerce as well as an in store Point of Sale system that it tied to the same inventory.
An Architect analyzes the following proposed solution:
Inventory feed w*l continue to run daily but add a web-service call to compare and update B2C Commerce inventory in real time during checkout after a flash product's inventory reaches a threshold.
Which two risks should the Architect communicate to the Client about this solution?
Choose 2 answers
The Client identifies that a segment of customers need to see some products on the site that other customers should not be able to access. All products are maintained within one catalog but in separate categories. A custom attribute will be used on the Profile system object to identify customers that belong to this special segment. A customer group will be made that is qualified for by this Profile custom attribute. The storefront will be customized to include navigation to relevant categories for this customer group.
Unfortunately during technical review the Client points out that the business teams have raised a concern with maintenance and want to use a shared navigation within the catalog and not use separate categories.
Which item should the Architect suggest to efficiently fulfil this new requirement while maintaining scalability?
The Client has implemented a different category/search layout for mobile and desktop. The code uses a session attribute called deviceType to choose the corresponding layout. This attribute it populated from the browser user agent. After this implementation they have run into these problems:
* Sometimes desktop pages are being served to both desktop and mobile customers.
* Sometimes mobile pages ate being served to both desktop and mobile customers.
The page has caching implemented that depends; on promotions. SEC is very important and the site traffic is high.
Which solution should the Architect select to resolve the issue without impacting the existing requirements?