Wimoor erp is a 100% open-source Amazon erp system that supports commercial use. Not only is the existing system free, but the source code of the system is also available to the public. It can be installed, uninstalled and upgraded at will, and there is no limit on the number of users.

This system is 100% open source, supports commercial use, complies with the MIT protocol, adopts the mode of micro-service + front-end and back-end separation + central login, and can support the seamless connection between old and new systems

  • Core framework: SpringBoot 2.0.0
  • Persistence layer framework: Mybatis 1.3.2, Mybatis plus
  • Log management: Log4j 2.10.0
  • JS framework: Es6, vue3, nodejs
  • UI framework: element plus, uni-app
  • Background framework: spring cloud, alibaba colud, nacos, quartz, oss
  • Project Management Framework: Maven 3.2.3

It is recommended that developers use the following environment to avoid problems caused by versions

  • IDE: eclipse
  • DB: Mysql5.7+
  • JDK: JDK1.8
  • Maven: Maven3.2.3+
  • mysql database
  • redis database
  • nacos microservice center
  • seata microservice transaction (for sub-database)
  • cas-server central login module (optional)
  • It is recommended to use the development tool: eclipse
  • It is recommended to use the Java language software development kit: JDK1.8
  • Each startup needs to be opened in advance: nacos and seata
  • Quartz task, using microservice calls.
  • Automatically log @SystemControllerLog(“Put me on the controller”), @SystemControllerLog(“Put me on the method”)
  • Automatically serialize dates
  • Automatically grab Amazon data (all supported categories have been added to the task table: t_sys_quartz_task)
  • To capture advertising data, you need to modify the authorization in t_amz_region by yourself
  • The system uses shiro to manage login, and redis to record the login session.
  • Step 1: Download the project
  • Step 2: Read the readme
  • Step 3: Open config
  • Step 4: Look at the readme corresponding to all files
  • Step 5: Configure redis, nacos, seata, mysql, node, jdk1.8 to import the corresponding configuration
  • Step 6: Import data to mysql
  • Step 7: Open wimoor with eclipse
  • Step 8: Run wimoor-admin, wimoor-gateway, wimoor-auth, wimoor-amazon, wimoor-erp, wimoor-amazon-adv
  • Step 9: Open wimoorUI with the front-end development tool hbuild or VSCode
  • Step 10: Modify the route in config to and then npm run serve

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