Installing a POS extension for Magento 2 is similar to installing any other extensions. But if you are new to Magento 2, you may need to get to know how to log into your Magento server using terminal, command prompt or Secure Shell (SSH) before we move to the next part.
To log into Magento 2 server, you must have:
To use a terminal application to remotely access the Magento server:
When trialing or purchasing a Magento POS, you will be provided with an installation file (normally in .ZIP format) or a link to download such file. Once installed, this file will act as a connector (aka API) to synchronize data between Magento and POS.
Here’s the step-by-step instruction on how to install POS on Magento 2:
php bin/magento cache:flush
php bin/magento setup:upgrade
php bin/magento setup:di:compile
php bin/magento index:reindex
php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy
Magento 2 backend > Stores > Configurationsto check if the extension is installed properly. If yes, it will show up in your menu bar.
Once the installation is completed properly, enter the license key you’ve got and press Save Config to finish. If the message “The configuration has been saved” appears, it means you’ve successfully installed your POS and can start using it to sell now.
It comes to the end of the tutorial: How to Set up POS for Magento 2.
Posted by Jacker in Magento 2 Tutorials . June 13, 2018