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The Apptus eSales for Shopware plugin can be downloaded from the Shopware store and installed with the Shopware Plugin Manager once all requirements are met.

In the Shopware Plugin Manager, configure the plugin using the received credentials from Apptus and enter the desired settings. Once completed, select Save in the lower right corner and then activate the plugin.

From the Configuration tab of the plugin, select Setup Apptus now to perform an initial set-up of the eSales cluster. When the set-up is completed, select Export data to Apptus now: full to synchronise all product data from Shopware to eSales. A cron job must also be configured to allow for automatic product synchronisation.

HTTP cache change

In the Cache/performance settings for Shopware, the HTTP cache for frontend/listing is automatically set to 900 by the plugin. The default setting is 3600. Do not revert this change.

The Apptus eSales for Shopware plugin is now active. If needed, edit the plugin settings to further improve and customise the UI experience.

Current version


For a full changelog, see the Shopware store.

Last update: March 20, 2020

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