Create an exchange rate settings class

The settings class for your custom exchange rate provider implements the Telerik.Sitefinity.Modules.Ecommerce.ExchangeRates.Model.IExchangeRateSettings interface. It must expose properties for the following values:

  • Username
  • Password
  • Url
  • Timeout

These values can be used when you make an external call to a service in order to get the exchange rate for a specific currency.

To create a settings class you must perform the following:

  1. Create a new class file.
    In the folder for your custom provider, create a new class file.
  2. Make the class public.
    Define the class to use the public access specifier.
  3. Implement the IExchangeRateSettings interface.
    The IExchangeRateSettings interface requires the following properties:
    • string UserName
    • string Password
    • string Url
    • int Timeout
  4. Create constructors.
    Create one empty constructor and one that accepts the URL and timeout values as arguments.

Use the following code sample for the exchange rate settings class:

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