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Luka Rajcevic

Backend Developer

Luka is floating through Magento’s functionalities as a Backend Developer, where his vital task is to transform his knowledge and skills into project’s benefit.

His education wasn’t over after formal one as a student of Information and Software Engineering. He continued with online certification for creative programming and startups, afterwards he developed some open source web and desktop applications. Most of his work is in Ruby and Java.

Big Tolkien and LOTR fan who plays guitar for his pleasure and relaxes while listening to jazz, blues or classical music. Needs a lot of caffeine to get through the day and his long-term wish is to make his own programming language.

Latest posts by Luka Rajcevic

Allow backorders on a website scope

We’re all aware of the fact that Magento handles inventory of products in a (fairly) straightforward fashion. There is only one “warehouse”, one inventory, one “number” in the database that is responsible for a final say – how much of it is in stock. A lot of other functionality is dependent on the fact that stock is global. If we check “Advanced inventory” configuration from the administration of a product, we notice that all of the options are global: Out of stock threshold, Minimum and maximum qty allowed in Shopping Cart, backorders, notifications etc. Continue reading

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