Did you change anything else in the edx_sandbox.yml playbook? By setting 
the SANDBOX_ENABLE_ECOMMERCE to True, (line 19 
it should install the ecommerce files necessary. Another issue that might 
cause a problem is if the installation does not fully finish and instead 
ends with an error. In this situation, there's no telling what else you 
might also be missing.

On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 2:12:53 AM UTC-4, truong nguyen wrote:
> Hi Onoda!
> Thank for your reply!
> I set up flag is true,I checked
> But directory /edx/app/ecommerce not exist,I don't know why ?
> Do you have anything ideal help me ?
> ( ^ - ^) thank you Onoda.
> Vào 07:17:43 UTC+7 Chủ Nhật, ngày 18 tháng 9 năm 2016, Jason Onoda đã viết:
>> does the directory /edx/app/ecommerce/ exist? If not, then there's a 
>> chance that you forgot to change the false flag to true in step 2. By 
>> changing it to true, it should go through the process of installing the 
>> ecommerce files and creating the necessary system accounts.
>> On Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 3:04:45 AM UTC-4, truong nguyen wrote:
>>> I try to setup E-commerce service follow these instruction bellow:
>>> https://openedx.atlassian.net/wiki/display/OpenOPS/How+to+Install+and+Start+the+E-Commerce+Service+in+Native+Installations
>>> I take follow these step is error: *Unknow id ecommerce*
>>>     sudo su ecommerce -s /bin/bash
>>>     cd ~/ecommerce
>>>     source ../ecommerce_env
>>> Who can help me please!
>>> Thankyou.

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