Configure your domain name

Important

Dynamics 365 Retail is now Dynamics 365 Commerce - offering comprehensive omnichannel commerce across e-Commerce, in-store, and call center. For more information about these changes, see Microsoft Dynamics 365 Commerce.

This topic explains how to configure a domain name for a Microsoft Dynamics 365 e-commerce site.

Add domains during e-Commerce initialization

To associate domains with your e-commerce environment, initialize e-Commerce as described in Deploy a new e-Commerce site. During initialization, you're asked to provide information that will be used to provision your e-Commerce environment. In the Supported host names field, add all the domains that you plan to use with this environment. Multiple domains should be separated with semi-colon. In this way, the domains are configured in all the required e-Commerce components, and they are ready to be used when you switch traffic from your content delivery network (CDN) or web server and point it to the e-Commerce front ends.

Add domains after e-Commerce initialization

To associate new domains with your e-Commerce environment after e-Commerce initialization, you must submit a service request.

Additional resources

Deploy a new e-Commerce site

Create an e-Commerce site

Associate an online site with a channel

Manage robots.txt files

Set up custom pages for user logins

Add support for a content delivery network (CDN)

Enable location-based store detection