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Django 1.2 e-commerce by Jesse Legg

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Chapter 5. From Payment to Porch: An Order Pipeline

So far we've built a variety of useful e-commerce tools. These include a product catalog, a customer information model, an order and shopping cart interface, and payment processors. These apps cover the customer interaction portion of the e-commerce selling process. In this chapter we will build a simple set of tools for handling the steps that come after we've received a customer's payment. This includes:

  • Updating/assigning status information to our orders
  • Using Google Checkout API's automatic payments system
  • Calculating shipping and handling charges
  • A simple CRM tool to allow customer feedback on orders

The process that happens after an order is completely submitted and paid for by the customer ...

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