Set Up SSO Commerce for SFCC V1
Before You Start
- You have upgraded to the latest plugin version
- You have requested from Salesforce that
SetCustomerbe enabled for your SFRA storefront
- You have contacted Bolt to request SSO Commerce and begin shopper account migrations
How to Set Up SSO Buttons and Scripts
1. Replace all Log in and Track My Order buttons
- Navigate to your storefront’s theme files.
- Make a copy the active theme.
- Replace all login buttons with the Bolt SSO button using the following:
<div class="bolt-account-sso navUser-action" data-logged-in="false" style="justify-content: center;"> </div>
2. Customize Button Styling
Use the following styles to override the button’s font and icon color:
<style> --bolt-account-sso-color: #fff; --bolt-account-sso-font: 'Verdana'; --bolt-account-sso-font-size: 16px; --bolt-account-sso-font-weight: 700; </style>
You can also add classes to the
bolt-account-sso div as necessary to customize the style further.
Do not replace icon-only buttons. Instead, add
data-logged-in="true/false". This enables the icon button to trigger Bolt SSO instead of redirecting to the platform login page.
3. Install Required Scripts
Ensure the following account script is loaded whenever the button is created, using one of the following script URLs for
4. Hide PII on Order Confirmation Page
To protect account security, Bolt SSO Commerce does not log shoppers into newly created and unauthenticated storefront accounts.
To support an unauthenticated post-checkout experience, complete the following:
- Ensure your storefront supports guest checkout (B2B Commerce for Visualforce Winter ‘21/version 4.13, or later)
- Set Display Guest Confirmation Information to
falseto hide PII on the order confirmation page
For more information, refer to the Salesforce documentation “Show Order Confirmation Details and Send Order Emails.”
If you use a B2B Commerce version earlier than 4.13 that does not support guest checkout, you must replace the default order confirmation page with a custom page in order to hide PII details.
5. Define Redirects (Optional)
You can specify where a link or button redirects to after successful login, using the following html attribute:
For example, you can redirect to a wishlist when a non-logged in user selects a wishlist link. This would present the SSO Commerce modal for authentication before redirecting the shopper to their wishlist page.
6. Contact Bolt
Once you have completed setup, contact Bolt so that our team can:
- Re-run necessary account migrations steps to capture any newly added accounts.
- Enable all imported accounts.
Bolt recommends setting up a sandbox environment first before making any changes in production. Preview mode does not work for testing Bolt SSO Commerce.
- Test the Login/Register button. This action should populate the SSO Modal. Try going all the way through the login flow with your own Bolt account.
- Test any Icons or Elements with the
id=”bolt-sso-custom”attribute. This action should populate the SSO modal.