Apptus eSales Manager¶
The Apptus eSales Manager is where the products and panels that make up a site are configured and published.
The Clusters tab shows information about server and publishing status. Several logs can be downloaded. The Clusters tab is planned to be replaced by the Integration app.
The Attributes tab allows for configuration and publishing of attributes for products, ads, and categories. All available attributes for each data entity type are presented in a list.
The available attribute types that can be configured is dependent on the data entity type. For more information, see the following guides:
- Working with Search Attributes
- Working with Filters
- Working with Facets
- Working with Product Sorting
- Working with Presentation Attributes
- Working with Ads
- Working with Categories
The Synonyms tab is deprecated and is replaced by the Synonyms tab in the Experience App. Users of the Synonyms tab in the eSales Manager must contact their administrator to ensure that they have access to relevant markets and locales in the Experience App. For more information about synonym imports, see Synonyms.
Panels and zones are the building blocks of a site using Apptus eSales. A zone contains panels and most often represent an entire page, or a specific part of a page. Management and configuration of panels and zones are done via the eSales Manager. For more information, see Working with Panels.
The Site tab is to be deprecated and is replaced by the Reports tab in the Business App.
The Overlay tab is deprecated.
The Admin tabs allows for administration of user access to the eSales Manager.
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