Configure Atomia

Configuring your system

After installing Atomia, you need to configure your platform to be able to launch and use it. The following steps help you adjust the system to suit your business plan, and define what your customers can do with your platform.

1. Configure the currencies

Configure the currencies to be used in your Atomia platform. See Configuring currencies.

2. Set up languages

Add languages in Store, Order page and Identity. See Setting up languages.

3. Configure the taxes

Set a dynamic name for the taxes using the rule based tax plugin. See Tax configuration.

4. Add a reseller

Add a reseller in the Admin Panel by editing the ROOT reseller. See Adding a reseller.

5. Configure the payment gateways

Configure your different payment gateways. See our examples in Payment gateways’s plugins configuration.

6. Configure the registrys

Configure the TLDs, e.g. to change the database connectivity details or global config options for how the transactions are handled. See the Configuration section of the Atomia Domain Registration manual.

7. Configure the hosting packages

You can manage provisioning packages in the Admin Panel and store them in the Billing API. See Configuring hosting packages.

8. Import and export products

Import and export products in the Admin Panel. See Export/Import products.

9. Add and edit shops

Add and configure your shops.

10. Customize the email templates

Export, import and modify a selected number of mail templates in the Admin Panel. See Exporting and importing mail templates.

11. Set up workflows

Set up the configuration options for workflows and periodic processes. See Generic Workflow configuration.

12. Update or replace the wildcard certificate

Update or replace the wildcard certificate for the Atomia Applications. See the instructions on our support site: HOWTO Update/replace wildcard certificate for Atomia Applications.

13. Configure the shared hosting clusters

Fine tune the Vanilla installation of Atomia so suit your needs. See Configuring shared hosting clusters.