# Configuration

# Rapidez

Publish the Rapidez config file:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Rapidez\Core\RapidezServiceProvider" --tag="config"

After that you'll find all configuration options in config/rapidez.php with comments explaining the options. Most of them use the env() function so it's possible to have different configurations per environment in the .env.


For more info on how the configuration works read the Laravel configuration docs (opens new window)

# Magento

Some Magento configuration options involve the frontend, as the Magento frontend is not used most of them don't do anything. Rapidez listens to some of those configurations:

Configuration Explanation
general/locale/code Locale
currency/options/default Currency
checkout/cart/redirect_to_cart Redirect to the cart when adding a product
catalog/seo/product_url_suffix Product url suffix
catalog/seo/category_url_suffix Category url suffix
design/search_engine_robots/default_robots Meta robots tag value
catalog/frontend/show_swatches_in_product_list Show the product options in product lists
customer/address/middlename_show Show/hide middlename
customer/address/telephone_show Show/hide telephone
customer/address/company_show Show/hide company
customer/address/street_lines Show street, housenumber and/or addition
design/head/default_title The default title to use when no customized title has been set
design/head/title_prefix Prefix to give to a customized title when set
design/head/title_suffix Suffix to give to a customized title when set

If you need to access a Magento configuration you can use the @config Blade Directive or the Rapidez facade Rapidez::config() which accepts the same parameters as the directive.

# Forgot password email

You've to change the url in the forgot password email as this points to Magento instead of Rapidez. Replace this:

{{var this.getUrl($store,'customer/account/createPassword/',[_query:[token:$customer.rp_token],_nosid:1])}}


https://your-rapidez-url.com/resetpassword?token={{var customer.rp_token}}

# Alternatively

If you set the store view base url to that of your Rapidez installation you can keep the getUrl to dynamically determine the url.

- {{var this.getUrl($store,'customer/account/createPassword/',[_query:[token:$customer.rp_token],_nosid:1])}}
+ {{var this.getUrl($store,'resetpassword',[_query:[token:$customer.rp_token],_nosid:1])}}

# Customer Token Lifetime

By default the customer token lifetime is set to 1 hour in Magento so a customer needs to login again when the token expires in Rapidez. It's recommended to raise the expiration to for example 24 hours. See: Stores > Settings > Configuration > Services > OAuth > Access Token Expiration.

# Elasticsearch

To communicate with Elasticsearch, Rapidez is using the laravel-elasticsearch (opens new window) package. If you need to change the Elasticsearch credentials you can do so with these .env configurations: