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A merchant is using a unified website that supports native Adobe Commerce B2B and B2C with a single store view.
The merchant wants to show the B2B account features like negotiable quotes and credit limits in the header of the site on every page for the logged-in users who are part of a B2B company account.
Each B2B company has its own individual shared catalog and customer group, and many customer groups for non B2B customers change. The merchant requests that this should not be tied to customer groups.
Which two solutions should the Architect recommend considering public data and caching? (Choose two.)
C would involve creating a new custom condition for customer segments that allow for choosing if a user is part of a B2B company, and then use this segment to modify the output accordingly. E would involve creating a new HTTP Context variable to allow for separate public content to be cached for users in B2B companies, where the output can be modified accordingly.
To show the B2B account features in the header of the site on every page for the logged-in users who are part of a B2B company account, the Architect should recommend two solutions: C) Create a new custom condition for customer segments that allow for choosing whether a user is part of a B2B company and then use this segment to modify the output accordingly. This solution will allow the merchant to create a customer segment based on the custom condition and use it to display different content in the header for B2B users. E) Create a new HTTP Context variable to allow for separate public content to be cached for users in B2B companies where the output can be modified accordingly. This solution will ensure that the public content cache is varied based on the custom HTTP Context variable, which can be set based on whether the user is part of a B2B company or not. Option A is incorrect because switching the theme based on the user’s B2B status is not a scalable or maintainable solution, and it will also affect the entire site’s appearance, not just the header. Option B is incorrect because checking the user’s B2B status within a block class will not work with public content cache, as it will not vary the cache based on that condition. Option D is incorrect because setting the user’s B2B status in the customer session will not work with public content cache, as it will not vary the cache based on that data. References: https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.4/extension-dev-guide/segmentation.html https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.4/extension-dev-guide/cache/page-caching/public-content.html
Since the last production deployment, customers can not complete checkout. The error logs show the following message multiple times:
The Architect finds a deployed feature that should limit delivery for some specific postcodes.
The Architect sees the following code deployed in/webapi_rest \di .xml and etc\frontend\di xml
Which step should the Architect perform to solve the issue?
The ‘after’ plugin is not suitable for modifying the arguments or return value of the original method. The ‘around’ plugin allows the plugin method to wrap around the original method and modify its behavior and output. References: https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.4/extension-dev-guide/plugins.html#around-methods
An existing Adobe Commerce website is moving to a headless implementation.
The existing website features an "All Brands" page, as well as individual pages for each brand. All brand-related pages are cached in Varnish using tags in the same manner as products and categories.
Two new GraphQL queries have been created to make this information available to the frontend for the new headless implementation:
During testing, the queries sometimes return out-of-date information.
How should this problem be solved while maintaining performance?
This option would allow caching GraphQL query results using Varnish or Fastly with proper invalidation and differentiation mechanisms.
To solve the problem of out-of-date information in GraphQL queries, the Architect should specify a @cache (cacheIdentity: path\T\identityClass) directive for each GraphQL query, corresponding to a class that adds cache tags for relevant brands and associated products. This will allow Varnish to invalidate the cache for these queries when the brand or product data changes. Option A is incorrect because it will make the queries cacheable without any cache tags, which will not solve the problem. Option B is incorrect because it will disable caching for these queries entirely, which will degrade performance. References: https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.4/graphql/caching.html
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