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This module offers the missing connection between product types and line item types.
In this case Products serve as a blueprint for line items.
A product is referenced and all fields for the line item are prefilled with the data from the product.
But you are still able to edit and customize the line item. This will not affect the product in any way.
This project integrates eps payment standard into the Drupal Commerce payment and checkout systems. The eps Online-Überweisung is an off-site payment service of Austrian banks. It is based on the technical eps e-payment standard which is an open and standardized XML interface between online-shops and banks to initiate irrevocable online payments. Extensive documentation can be found here, current version v2.5:
This module provides a few ways for users to cancel Commerce License licenses. It provides a URL for cancelling licenses associated with a product, and a URL for cancelling licenses associated with an order. The user will see a "confirm cancellation" form (just a checkbox and a submit button) when they visit either of those URLs.
About Shopify: “Shopify currently powers over 160,000 businesses in approximately 150 countries, including: Tesla Motors, Budweiser, Google, Wikipedia, LA Lakers...” and even the Drupal Association store.
Exposes a new Views format that extends the default Views table layout but provides the option for a quantity field column. The end user can then enter quantities for any of the items in the list and add them all to cart with a single click.
This module adds a new product discount condition called "Commerce Discount Quantity" to Commerce Discounts. It was copied from Commerce Discounts Extra with the "product" removed so I could check on product quantity only.
This module provides an emergency "forced" delete option for Drupal Commerce orders. There are a couple different ways that a order can get corrupted and then be undeleteable by the normal delete functionality. This provides a 'Force Delete' command on the order admin page (normally at: admin/commerce/orders) which will work for any order even if it is very corrupted. However it is doing it through forced SQL queries which means it isn't as 'Drupalish' or clean.