We are currently implementing Commerce solution based on SXA-commerce approach (using Helix-architecture). We use & extend Sitecore.Commerce.XA.*.dll libraries.

So, for example, if we want to extend Account module, we have our custom ProjectName.Feature.Account project, where Sitecore-dll is referenced in this way:

<Reference Include="Sitecore.Commerce.XA.Feature.Account">   

Where SITECORE_PATH is environment variable, that set to Sitecore IIS server path.

But I think, it's bad approach.

Is there another way to manage these references? Which approache you use in your team? Maybe there's Nuget, that could be used to this?

P.S. I know, there is Sitecore Nuget Gallery, but I'm unable to find XA-libs there.

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Not sure about versions and such, but I can find the Account feature Commerce XA in the nuget feed: https://sitecore.myget.org/feed/sc-commerce-packages/package/nuget/Sitecore.Commerce.XA.Feature.Account

So Nuget would be your answer indeed. By browsing the Commerce packages (https://sitecore.myget.org/gallery/sc-commerce-packages) on the myget site and searching for "XA" I found quite some Commerce XA feature and foundation references.

  • Thanks! Will review it, as we use 1.2.0, but in Nuget 1.4.15. Commented Mar 6, 2019 at 8:54
  • If the ones you need are not there, contact Support and ask them to add the versions ;)
    – Gatogordo
    Commented Mar 6, 2019 at 8:56

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