Test Secure Shopping Domains (pre-Elbrus)

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Applies to

SuiteCommerce Web Stores

Secure shopping domains are available from SuiteCommerce Elbrus. If you are in a pre-Elbrus implementation, a patch is available that enables you to use secure shopping domains. See Secure Shopping Domains (Elbrus, Vinson, Mont Blanc, and Denali) for more details. This section describes how to test the patch with your current implementation, and how to test secure shopping domains.

Testing steps are different if you have a Sandbox provisioned for your Production account. Therefore, depending on your setup, you should either follow all the steps described in Test on Accounts with Sandbox or all the steps described in Test on Accounts without Sandbox, but not both.

Test on Accounts with Sandbox

You can only test secure domains on a sandbox on the NetSuite domain. See the help topic About Sandbox Accounts on the NetSuite Domain for more information.

Note

If you are running your sandbox account on North American data centers, you can refresh your account and transition to the NetSuite domain. See Sandbox Changes in North America for information.


If you are in a pre-Elbrus implementation, the following steps describe how to test the patch with your current implementation, and how to test secure shopping domains:

  1. Patch the SSP applications in your Sandbox environment as described in Secure Shopping Domains (Elbrus, Vinson, Mont Blanc, and Denali).

  2. Create a new non-secure domain in your Sandbox environment as described in Basic Web Store and test it. Also, test an existing non-secure domain.

  3. Patch the SSP applications in your Production environment as described in Secure Shopping Domains (Elbrus, Vinson, Mont Blanc, and Denali).

    If your Web Store is currently running on a customized bundle, it is strongly recommended that you follow these steps before applying the patch.

    1. Navigate to File Cabinet > Web Site Hosting Files > Live Hosting Files > SSP Applications.

    2. Make a copy of your development folder, which has all your customizations and store it in a new folder.

    3. Patch the bundle in the new folder as described in Secure Shopping Domains (Elbrus, Vinson, Mont Blanc, and Denali).

    4. Create a new SSP application by navigating to Setup > SuiteCommerce Advanced > SSP Applications > New. Ensure that all the fields in the new SSP application are same as the SSP application of your current customized bundle. However, the new SSP application should point to the newly created folder and use a different value for the URL Root field.

  4. Set up a new secure domain on production for testing.

    Note

    If you applied the patch, ensure that the touch points are pointing to the newly created SSP application while setting up the new secure domain.


    If you get the following message when attempting to set up a new secure domain, request a testing subdomain on production from your NetSuite account representative:

    You are not able to create an additional secure domain as all Secure Domain slots purchased for your account are in use.

    Alternatively, you can free up an existing slot as described in Secure Domain Slots.

  5. Test the secure domain on production.

  6. Switch your main non-secure shopping domain on production to a secure shopping domain as described in Secure Shopping Domains.

Test on Accounts without Sandbox

If you are in a pre-Elbrus implementation, the following steps describe how to test the patch with your current implementation, and how to test secure shopping domains:

  1. Patch the SSP applications in your Production environment as described in Secure Shopping Domains (Elbrus, Vinson, Mont Blanc, and Denali).

    If your Web Store is currently running on a customized bundle, it is strongly recommended that you follow these steps before applying the patch.

    1. Navigate to File Cabinet > Web Site Hosting Files > Live Hosting Files > SSP Applications.

    2. Make a copy of your development folder, which has all your customizations and store it in a new folder.

    3. Patch the bundle in the new folder as described in Secure Shopping Domains (Elbrus, Vinson, Mont Blanc, and Denali).

    4. Create a new SSP application by navigating to Setup > SuiteCommerce Advanced > SSP Applications > New. Ensure that all the fields in the new SSP application are same as the SSP application of your current customized bundle. However, the new SSP application should point to the newly created folder and use a different value for the URL Root field.

  2. Set up a new secure domain on Production for testing.

    Note

    If you applied the patch, ensure that the touch points are pointing to the newly created SSP application while setting up the new secure domain.


    If you get the following message when attempting to set up a new secure domain, request a testing subdomain on production from your NetSuite account representative:

    You are not able to create an additional secure domain as all Secure Domain slots purchased for your account are in use.

    Alternatively, you can free up an existing slot as described in Secure Domain Slots.

  3. Test the secure domain in production.

  4. Switch your main non-secure shopping domain on production to a secure shopping domain as described in Secure Shopping Domains.