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Event Handler Configuration
This is an advanced tool and will require a developer to set up. Stores without source code access will only be able to use the built-in handlers. Please note that Event Handlers will not function in medium trust hosting environments!
Also, please be aware that when creating a listener page to consume the posts made by EventHandlers, you must disable validation on the page if it is written in .NET. EventHandlers post XML-formatted data, which .NET's validation flags as invalid/unsafe.
The URL specified for the callback is a separate URL that a developer must create, this is not part of the AspDotNetStorefront software.
Next, add the following code wherever you want the handler to fire within the source code:
RunTimeParams is an ampersand-delimited string (e.g. “someparam1=sometext&someparam2=othertext”). These are included in the Runtime section of the package data document.