The Salesforce Certified B2C Commerce Developer certification is intended for experienced full-stack developers for Salesforce Commerce Cloud Digital. Candidates should have at least 1 year of experience as a developer and a minimum of 3 months of working in a B2C Commerce Developer field. Thus, the designation is intended for Salesforce employees, customers, and partners who need the knowledge and skills in implementing B2C Commerce to develop an eCommerce solution. You can gain this certification by passing the Salesforce Certified B2C Commerce Developer exam.
The exam will include 60 questions of various types, such as multiple-choice, matching, and/or multi-select, which you are to crack within 105 minutes. Your success in the exam will be marked by scoring at least 65%. You can take this exam in an online proctored environment or it can be delivered onsite. Since the exam is closed-book, using additional or online materials is not allowed. The exam is priced at $200.
The exam content falls into four sections each of which is dedicated to a specific topic and verifies definite skills. The first section deals with the B2C commerce setup. Within the given environment, you need to show your skills in configuring an IDE to implement WebDAV aimed at fixing version directories. In addition, you should be able to utilize Business Manager Import and/or Export modules to import files, use the correct sequence of cartridge names in the given task. Besides, your ability to implement Business Manager in order to add a new site to the instance, setting the default currency and taxation to suit your business requirements will be assessed.
The second section will check your skills in working with a B2C site. Here you should be capable of working with the product data model, Business Manager to accomplish storefront orders. The other knowledge evaluated in this part refers to using Business Manager to deal with Page Designer, Content Slots and Assets, as well as Content Folders.
The third part is all about data management and the usage of Business Manager. In this section, you should demonstrate your skills in modifying the search preferences of the site, creating a new search refinement, and configuring the logging categories. You also will be required to extend the storefront to provide a new attribute for the available system object type, configure OCAPI permissions for Shop APIs and Data, and apply a service configuration to provide the development procedure.