This section provides general information on the Magento add-on:
- the connection status,
- connected Magento application,
- connected Magento store,
- integration ID,
- secret key.
Here you can enable or disable the add-on and the add-on features.
Shows information on the add-on. Name and description can be edited.
This toggle switch in enabled by default. To disable the add-on, click the toggle switch.
Shows the connection status of the add-on.
Shows the name of the Magento instance that the add-on is connected to. Before setting up a connection, the status is Disconnected.
Shows the name of the Magento Store that the add-on is connected to. Before setting up a connection, the status is Disconnected.
Shows generated integration ID for this add-on. Use this to setup connection in Magento App.
Regenerate Secret button shows the secret key which needs to be used in the integration setup in the Magento App.
The secret shows only once. Whenever a new secret is the regenerated, the application will disconnect and you will need to change the secret key in both the Magento App and in Mapp Connect setup. It’s a good practice to copy it to notepad during connection setup, and removing after the setup is completed.
Saves any changes that you make to the Magento settings.
There is no prompt. If you make changes and exit Mapp Connect, your changes are not saved automatically.
A mapping is a list of imported data objects from Magento. There are four default types of import and users do not need to setup anything on their own.
The Edit button allows to:
Adds user to newsletter mapping. Not editable.
Adds users to Mapp Engage. By clicking Edit, users can add more Magento attributes as add-on attributes.
Here are all default parameters which can be used as email placeholders. Editing and adding new allowed (remember to use same name in email placeholders with parameter. alias )
In this tab, you can edit mapping details.