Spree::Store model is the center of the Spree ecosystem. Each Spree installation can have multiple Stores. Each Store operates on a different domain or subdomain, eg.
All Spree controllers or any other controllers that include Spree::Core::ControllerHelpers::Store have access to the
current_store method which returns the currently in selected
All parts of Spree (API v1, API v2, Storefront, Admin Panel) have this implemented. This method is also available in views and JSON serializers.
Under the hood
current_store calls Spree::Stores::FindCurrent.new(url: url).execute.
If the system cannot find any Store that matches the current URL it will fall back to the Default Store.
You can set the default Store in
Admin Panel -> Configurations -> Store or via Rails console:
To get the default store in your code or rails console type:
Each Store can have different multiple locales and currencies. This configuration is stored in Store model attributes:
default_currency- this is the default currency that will be pre-selected when visiting the store the first time, eg.
supported_currencies - if there is more than one supported currency, visitors will be able to choose which currency they would like to browse your store in, eg.
default_locale - this is the default locale/language which will be pre-selected when visiting the store the first time, eg.
supported_locales, if there is more than one supported locale, visitors will be able to choose which locale they would like to browse your store in, eg.
fr, etc. Locales are available upon installing Spree I18n
Each Store can be configured to ship to only selected countries. This is achieved via the
checkout_zone_id attribute which holds the ID of the selected Zone record.
Available Shipping Methods on the Checkout are determined based on the Zone and Shipping Methods configuration.
This will also have an effect on what Shipping / Billing Addresses user can add/ select during Checkout. Only Addresses from Countries or States available in the selected Zone can be used and will be visible in the User's Address Book.
One Order belongs to one Store
One Product can be associated with many Store(s), you can pick and choose in which Store(s) each Product will be available
One Payment Method can be associated with many Store(s), you can select in which Stores given Payment Method will be available on Checkout
One Store Credit belongs to and can be used in one Store
One Page belongs to one Store
One Menu belongs to one Store
One Taxonomy belongs to one Store
One Promotion can be associated with multiple Stores