Ucommerce includes full API reference documentation and lots of helpful articles to help you build your e-commerce site as effortlessly as possible.
One thing you might want to do before putting a new Ucommerce solution into a production environment is remove any test baskets and orders you might have placed during development. The schema gets a little complicated with the rich functionality found in the Ucommerce Transaction Foundation requiring the objects to be removed in a certain order.
Here’s how you go about deleting them.
*** WARNING! HERE BE DRAGONS! ***
Please be aware that running the following script will remove any baskets and orders found in the system with no way to get them back unless you have a database backup handy.
--DELETE PURCHASEORDERS AND ASSOCIATED DATA BEGIN TRAN -- Delete reviews DELETE FROM Ucommerce_ProductReviewComment DELETE FROM Ucommerce_ProductReview -- Delete discounts DELETE FROM Ucommerce_OrderLineDiscountRelation DELETE FROM Ucommerce_Discount -- Remove shipment <-> order line link UPDATE Ucommerce_OrderLine SET ShipmentId = NULL UPDATE Ucommerce_PurchaseOrder SET BillingAddressId = NULL DELETE FROM Ucommerce_Shipment DELETE FROM Ucommerce_OrderAddress DELETE FROM Ucommerce_OrderProperty DELETE FROM Ucommerce_OrderLine DELETE FROM Ucommerce_PaymentProperty DELETE FROM Ucommerce_Payment DELETE FROM Ucommerce_OrderStatusAudit DELETE FROM Ucommerce_PurchaseOrder DELETE FROM Ucommerce_Address DELETE FROM Ucommerce_Customer --COMMIT ROLLBACK
As an added precaution I uncommented the commit statement in case you were wondering why the data isn’t being deleted :)