You can work with Digital River to create a connector that meets our build standards, conduct tool-specific and store-specific certifications, and then deploy the connector to end sites. The following pages explain how to navigate this process:
Compliance requirements: An introduction to the Merchant of Record/Seller of Record (MOR/SOR) requirements that your tool and the client sites it implements must meet. This section also describes the store compliance review and previews the learning tools we provide you to better understand the MOR/SOR requirements.
Integration checklists: A set of checklists that cover important Digital River features your commerce connector should integrate.
Test and use cases: Unique cases that you can use to build and test your connector.
By adhering to these standards and completing these certifications, you can take advantage of our commerce and payment products. More specifically, you'll be able to create certified, reusable components that integrate Digital River features into your platform and then deploy them across your client base.
Product managers can use these build standards to:
Obtain the big picture on the order lifecycle, payments processing, and fulfillment chains
Understand how the commerce connector certification process works
Learn how to direct the different teams collaborating on these implementations
Platform developers and engineers can use these build standards to:
Understand fundamental coding principles and the available Digital River APIs
Understand the purpose of the MOR/SOR compliance process
Implement end sites during the MOR/SOR compliance process
Members of QA teams can use these build standards to:
Determine appropriate tests for a variety of use cases that are based on your platform's preferred testing method
Work with development teams to ensure you're ready for the certification process
Ensure all client end sites pass certification
Understand common integration scenarios that cover pre-certification (i.e., not specific to a client) and post-certification, as each client's end site is built and deployed.
You can learn more about our current technology partners and system integrators here.
Here you'll find important resources to assist you in building your commerce connector, such as helper libraries, compliance guides, a Postman collection, and fundamental information on the Digital River API. You'll also find a list of common terms and their frequently used aliases.
Tool, Certified integration, Connector
Systems integrator, Platform, Ecosystem
End site, Checkout experience, Store