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APP Order Module

Order section will show all orders for their products and most important details.

They also know what will be their commission for the order.

 

Vendors also are able to update their order’s status from here. Off course, capability should be “ON” at your WCFM capability setting.

 

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APP Modules

After login to the APP you will see Store Manager APP dashboard with it’s all components. You may go to other sections from here.

Available Modules –

  • Products
  • Products Manage
  • Orders
  • Order Status Update
  • Bookings
  • Booking Status Update
  • Enquiry
  • Enquiry Reply
  • Reports
  • Notifications
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APP Download & Install

Well, first version of Store Manager APP is only available for Android and it’s totally FREE.

You may download this from Google Play Store to your android mobile very easily. You just have to go into Google Play Store app and search for “WCFM Store Manager“.

Install this to your phone.

Now, this APP is already in your phone, option it. You will see a login form with three fields –

  • Site URL – this should be your multi-vendor site URL
  • Username – vendor user name
  • Password – vendor user password

 

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APP Auth Setup

The authentication of the App to the multivendor website is done by JSON Web Token (JWT) method.

For using this authentication system to work on your WordPress multivendor website you need to install and activate JWT Authentication for WP REST API plugin in your website.

Setting Up and Configuring the JWT Authentication for WP REST API plugin:

  1. Enable HTTP Authorization Header: The plugin requires HTTP Authorization Header to be enabled in your server. If it is not enabled by default you can ask the hosting provider for the same.
    Most of the shared hosting disables the HTTP Authorization Header by default. To enable this option you’ll need to edit your .htaccess file adding the following
    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteCond %{HTTP:Authorization} ^(.*)
    RewriteRule ^(.*) - [E=HTTP_AUTHORIZATION:%1] 

    WPENGINE
    To enable this option you’ll need to edit your .htaccess file adding the following
    SetEnvIf Authorization "(.*)" HTTP_AUTHORIZATION=$1
  2. Configuring the Secret Key: The JWT needs a secret key to sign the token this secret key must be unique and never revealed. To add the secret key edit your wp-config.php file and add a new constant called JWT_AUTH_SECRET_KEY
    define('JWT_AUTH_SECRET_KEY', 'your-top-secret-key');
  3. To enable the Cross-origin Support, edit your wp-config.php file and add a new constant called JWT_AUTH_CORS_ENABLE
    define('JWT_AUTH_CORS_ENABLE', true);

*NOTE: The JWT_AUTH_SECRET_KEY and JWT_AUTH_CORS_ENABLE should be defined before ‘WP_DEBUG’ definition in the wp-config.php preferably just after the NONCE_SALT definition.