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From Deepak Dixit <deepak.di...@hotwax.co>
Subject Re: How to manage recepies through content functionality
Date Mon, 01 Oct 2018 10:19:02 GMT
Hi Wolfgang,

You can set the UOM at the component level, and for the recipe, you can use

You can explore ecommerceseo component for reference, there are lots of
ways to render content, You can use ContentMapFacade, of *ContentWrapper
classes to get the needed data.

Thanks & Regards
Deepak Dixit

On Mon, Oct 1, 2018 at 3:35 PM, wp.rauchholz@gmail.com <
wp.rauchholz@gmail.com> wrote:

> Good day!
> Background:
> We are in the process of setting up a food service business. We decided to
> go with ofbiz as it allows us to contain investment-$ initially. We are
> trying in phase 1 to use ofbiz standard. (maybe with exception ofeComemrce
> page)
> We tested different scenarios and are left with a few questions we were
> not able to resolve.
> Problem descriptions
> (1)     BOM UOM.
> Ingrediens in different UOMs (ml, gr, kg, pcs, etc..).
> When defining BOM, UOM cannot be defined. Where can I set the UOM for the
> BOM?
> (2)     For each dish we need to upload its recipe along with pictures of
> the different cooking phases (either as an online text or downloadable
> pdf). Example: https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2089/spiced-carrot-
> and-lentil-soup
> We were testing with the Content page of the part itself as well as the
> Content menu (Forum, Blog, Content, etc..). Unfortunately, we were not able
> to achieve that a recipe is shown on the eCommerce page along with the
> dish, or to define a link that refers to that recipe and then being opened
> in a separate window.
> Is this something ofbiz offers as functionality and where can I find a
> Howto?
> Thanks for your help, Wolfgang

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