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I am currently looking into purchasing a large quanity of downloadable products that offer Master Reseller Rights.
Before I get in over my head, I am trying to digest the proceedure(s) for either storing my "downloadable files/products" via 'remote' access from my server -vs- sending this information to you, and deploying it directly from your server(s).
The problem I fear is the quantity of products I am considering, and honestly I have no clue how to create a file/folder/database to make this as painless as possible for e-j or myself. Another words, if I download 100 products, and wanted you to host/deploy them with expiring links, what is the recommended proceedure to upload these products into your system?
Is it as simple as 'uploading' the files through an admin panel?
Forgive my ignorance, but Ima total noob to all this. Also, should I decide to 'host' the products on my server, is this done by creating a "datsbase" and if so, how do I permit e-Junkie access, but nobody else?
POSTED ON: January 30, 2011 @ 11:16 GMT -7
If you're storing the download files on your own server, which is probably a good idea for easiest managing of that many files, you can use our Remotely Hosted Downloads feature:
(BTW, if you're not already familiar with how our Download Fulfillment feature works in general, you might also want to read the overview info higher up on that page as well.)
Storing the files remotely would also allow us to import your products from a CSV file, where you could provide the remote URL of each product's download file. Just send our Support team an email requesting this, and we'll send you the CSV file template to fill out and return:
POSTED ON: January 30, 2011 @ 21:14 GMT -7
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