After downloading and extracting the SuiteCommerce Advanced source directory, complete the following steps to finish installing the developer tools.
You must run all commands in the SuiteCommerce Advanced directory where the package.json file is located.
If implementing the 2019.2 release or later, this directory is the
*_Live directory within your root source directory. For example:
If implementing the 2019.1 release or earlier, this directory is the top-level root directory. For example:
SuiteCommerce Advanced <release_name>
To install additional required files:
Open a command line or terminal window.
Access the SuiteCommerce Advanced source directory that contains the package.json file.
Install additional Node.js packages using the following command:
This command may take several minutes to install the dependencies required by the developer tools.
Run Gulp.js using the following command:
Running Gulp.js creates the local distribution directory and compiles SCA source modules into a deployable application.
Note the following:
If you encounter Sass Compilation Errors when running Gulp.js, you need to manually correct the compilation errors. For more information, see Troubleshooting the Developer Tools.
The first time you run the
gulp command, the developer tools create a local distribution folder that contains the combined SuiteCommerce Advanced application. After the command completes successfully, you see the new folder at the following location:
If implementing the 2019.2 release or later, the LocalDistributionAdvanced folder is created in the
*_Live directory. For example:
If implementing the 2019.1 release or earlier, the LocalDistribution folder is created at the top level of the SuiteCommerce Advanced source directory. For example:
SuiteCommerce Advanced <release_name>/LocalDistribution
Each time you download a new version of the SuiteCommerce Advanced source files, you must perform this procedure in each new source directory.
If you have multiple copies of the SuiteCommerce Advanced source directory in your development or test environment, you must run this procedure in each of those directories.
If you notice any NPM Vulnerabilities related to an NPM Audit, these vulnerabilities will not impact output source code in the SCA Application.