My Account Transaction Lists

This topic applies to

Applies to

SuiteCommerce Web Stores

SuiteCommerce lets you configure how your site displays historical transaction information in the My Account area of your site.

You can configure the following transaction lists to include specific fields as columns. You can also add custom fields and the order in which each column displays.

  • Returns

  • Quotes

  • Order History

  • Open Invoices

  • Paid Invoices

To configure transaction columns:

  1. Go to Setup > SuiteCommerce Advanced > Configuration.

  2. Select the site that you want to configure from the Select Website list.

  3. Select the specific domain that you want to configure from the Select Domain list.

  4. Click Configure.

  5. Click on the My Account tab and the Transaction List Columns subtab.

  6. Enable each type of transaction list you want to configure. You can choose from the following:

    • Return Authorization Columns

    • Quotes Columns

    • Order History Columns

    • Invoice Columns

    Important

    If you enable column management for a list, the configuration settings on the Transaction List Columns subtab take precedence over any other configuration. For example, if you are integrating SCIS with your site and enable columns management, your My Account transaction columns render according to these settings. To retroactively add any columns from your SCIS integration, you must create them manually.


  7. Configure the Transaction List Columns table for each list you enabled.

    Add a line for each field you want to display on your site as a column. The list order determines the order in which columns display on your domain (top-to-bottom, left-to-right), as shown in the example below.

    • The ID property must match the Field ID of the field being displayed.

    • The Label property sets the label that displays on your domain.

    Note

    Some columns, such as Purchase No. are mandatory and cannot be configured.


    See Transaction List Columns Subtab for more details on each configuration property.