As explained in Configure brX GraphQL Service, the
.env file contains the connection settings to integrate with commercetools.
The following options are supported:
|Property Name (* required field)||Description||Example Value(s)||Default Value|
|COMMERCETOOLS_API_BASE_URL *||The URL of the commercetools HTTP API host.||'https://api.sphere.io'|
|COMMERCETOOLS_AUTH_BASE_URL *||The URL of the commercetools OAuth2 server.||'https://auth.sphere.io'|
|COMMERCETOOLS_PROJECT_KEY *||Your commercetools project key.||'myproject'|
|COMMERCETOOLS_CLIENT_ID *||The OAuth2 client ID used in requests to the commercetools platform.||'myApollo'|
|COMMERCETOOLS_CLIENT_SECRET *||The OAuth2 client secret used in requests to the commercetools platform.||'changeIt'|
|COMMERCETOOLS_SCOPE *||The OAuth2 scope(s) used in requests to the commercetools.|
This value is a combination of multiple scopes for various features of the commercetools. The commercetools endpoints may provide various scopes to grants API access within a project. See commercetools HTTP API and related API documentation for detail.
|'view_categories:myproject create_anonymous_token:myproject manage_my_shopping_lists:myproject view_published_products:myproject manage_my_profile:myproject manage_my_orders:myproject manage_my_payments:myproject'|
|COMMERCETOOLS_CUSTOM_ATTR_FIELDS||If a list of field names is specified as a comma separated string, then extra custom fields are extracted from the product item in the JSON response and included in the the GraphQL response like the following example:||'hasStagedChanges,lastModifiedAt,slug'|
|EMAIL_API_URL||The URL of the trusted email service.|
In the case of customer's password reset, commercetools does not automatically send the password reset email. However, the brX GraphQL Service is able to retrieve to customer reset token and send it - together with the customer details - to the trusted email service.
The email service implementation (e.g. REST service) must be able to process the request triggered by the brX GraphQL Service. The request body has the following structure:
|COMMERCETOOLS_AVAILABLE_LOCALES||A comma-separated string to specify which languages are available in the commercetools instance. After reading the client's locale preferences (e.g, Accept-Language HTTP Request header or locale parameter during the sign-in request), the best locale is chosen for the client from the available languages supported by the commercetools instance.||'en,de'|