Customer attributes provide the information that is required to support the order, fulfillment, and customer management processes. Because your business is unique, you might need fields in addition to those provided by the system. You can add custom attributes to the Account Information, Address Book, and Billing Information sections of the customer’s account. Customer address attributes can also be used in the Billing Information section during checkout, or when guests register for an account.
Payment facade it is an instance of Payment Adapter configured with virtual types and allows to process payment actions between Magento Sales Management and payment processor.
Add the dependency injection (DI) configuration for payment method facade in your %Vendor_Module%/etc/di.xml.
Content staging gives your business team the ability to easily create, preview, and schedule a wide range of content updates for your store directly from the Admin. For example, rather than thinking in terms of a static page, consider a page to be a collection of different elements that can be turned on or off based on a schedule. You can use content staging to create a page that changes automatically throughout the year on schedule.
Content staging is a feature that allows creating, previewing, and scheduling content updates for your store
directly from the Admin . You can use content staging to create campaigns that include changes to products,
categories, pages, blocks, widgets, price rules, and more.
Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) is created as an open standard protocol that allows messaging interoperability between systems, regardless of message broker vendor or platform used; With AMQP, you can use whatever AMQP-compliant client library you want, and any AMQP-compliant broker you want. Message clients using AMQP are completely agnostic.
AMQP is an application layer protocol that lets client applications talk to the server and interact. However, AMQP should not just be considered a protocol used for over-the-wire communication; AMQP defines both the network layer protocol and a high-level architecture for message brokers.
It defines a set of messages capabilities which must be made available by an AMQP compliant server implementation (like RabbitMQ). Including rules of how messages must be routed and stored within the broker to follow the AMQ Model.
$lastDay = date(‘t’,strtotime(‘today’));
echo $prev_date = date(‘Y-m-d’, strtotime(date(‘Y-m-d’) .’ -1 day’));
echo $next_date = date(‘Y-m-d’, strtotime(date(‘Y-m-d’) .’ +1 day’));
Add these lines to the file /etc/phpmyadmin/config.inc.php [ubuntu]
$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘controluser’] = ‘root’;
$cfg[‘Servers’][$i][‘controlpass’] = ”;
Run the following
$ sudo mysql
ALTER USER ‘root’@’localhost’ IDENTIFIED WITH mysql_native_password by ‘mynewpassword’;