[ic] Sample Catalogs
Sun, 5 Nov 2000 09:27:29 -0600
Thanks for the info. This catalog was what I was looking for. After I
installed it I only have one other question. How do you get to the backend?
I have tried everything like admin, etc, but there does not seem to be an
entry page. Is there a way to administer this simple catalog?
Also, for future references, are there any other sample - simple or complex
catalogs such as simple and construct available for Interchange? Thanks.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Heins" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, November 05, 2000 1:08 AM
Subject: Re: [ic] Sample Catalogs
> Quoting VHS Admin (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > I have Interchange set up on my server and working like a charm. The
> > problem is that the Construct site is a bit too complex for my needs. I
> > not a sophisticated designer, but I have a lot of experience. I need a
> > simple catalog site to work backwards from. Is there a demo catalog
> > there other than construct? I have tried simple, barry, and basic
> > believe to be older demos and did not load anything. I just need
> > to get a start from until I can figure out the complexities of the
> > Maybe I am making it too hard?? I need the backend features of the
> > system, but not the complex page design parts. Is there an easy way to
> > up a simple catalog for now then work my way up? Thank you in advance
> > any advice you have.
> Have you tried the basic demo at:
> It works on Interchange, and is very simple. There are some things in
> the backend UI that won't work because the database tables don't support
> merchandising, shipping status, etc, but basic database editing and
> order listing should.
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