Before installing your provider, build your project and make sure there are no errors. It is important to build first, because your new provider class must be successfully compiled into the project. If your provider is in a separate assembly, first add a reference to that assembly in your Sitefinity CMS application project.
To install the provider you must perform the following:
Your exchange rates provider is now registered in the Ecommerce provider.
Once you have saved your changes, your new provider will show up in the MultiCurrency list. You will notice that there is an additional menu option for your provider called ConnectionSettings. The fields present in the connection settings represent the properties of the exchange rate settings class. The data you enter in these fields will be available in the ExchangeRateRequest object passed to the GetExchangeRates method in the provider class. You can use these settings to call an external web service URL and use the username and password values for authentication.
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