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Attention all users and implementers of Oracle Retail software applications!  There is an important notice available for you on My Oracle Support concerning the recent availability of the Java 8 release.  In order to ensure that your Oracle Retail applications continue to operate smoothly, please be aware of how an upgrade could affect your installation.

 

To view this announcement on the My Oracle Support portal (login required), click here.

To view general information / FAQ regarding the Java 8 upgrade on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN), click here

 

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This one hour session is recommended for customers or partners who use pricing strategies and worksheets in Retail Price Management (RPM). Pricing strategies allow you to define how prices are proposed when pricing worksheets are generated. This session will help users to obtain an overview of the usage of pricing strategies in the business world, how to create pricing strategies, different types of strategies and the process flow of how a strategy is applied.

 

Topics Include:

  • Pricing Strategy - Foundation
  • Pricing Strategy Process
  • Classification of Pricing Strategy
  • Overview of Area Differential , Margin, Maintain Margin, Competitive Strategy, Clearance Strategy and Clearance Default

 

The current Advisor Webcast schedule and archived downloads can be found in Doc ID 740966.1

 

Register for this Advisor Webcast here.

 

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Are you looking for a central location to locate important and relevant product information?  Visit the Retail Product Information Centers!


Information centers provide a central location for product information.  From Hot Topics and important links to data models, documentation and communities, you can find everything you need regarding your Retail products.  For ease of use, we have created the Retail Suite Information Center Index, Documentation, and Customer Resources (Doc ID 1331603.1) article.   This should be considered your dashboard for all things Retail.  We recommend bookmarking this article as a favorite by clicking the star icon next to the title so you can refer to it often.

 

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Do you know how to effectively search in My Oracle Support?  We have 3 short videos that will show exactly you what you need to do!

 

Visit the My Oracle Support - How-to Training Video Series (Doc ID 603505.1) in My Oracle Support. Click on the 'New to MOS' tab, scroll to the 3rd module and watch the 'Searching and Browsing' Parts 1 and 2 videos to learn about knowledge settings, global search, information centers, search helpers and more. Then, navigate to the 'Advanced MOS User' tab, and watch the 1st module on PowerViews to learn how to customize content filtering to your needs.

 

Get the most out of searching My Oracle Support and find your answers quickly.

 

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The Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) item functionality is intended to support retailers across multiple verticals and geographies. It also supports a number of different types of items, including fashion styles and stock keeping units (SKUs), pack items, grocery specific items such as deposit or catch weight items, and consignment items. As such, RMS supports a significant set of attributes for an item and has a large number of required attributes, which must be defined in order to use the item for ordering and selling. This large data set was often prohibitive to importing items from an external system, because many required attributes, such as the retailer’s merchandise hierarchy, were not known to external applications.

 

To better support integration with external item sources, the RMS Item Induction framework was created to provide a flexible framework that is able to import item information from many different sources, at various levels of detail.  Item Induction functionality is available in the 14.1 release of RMS.

 

The Item Induction framework provides the flexibility to accept items with a less than complete set of attributes into an RMS staging environment, which can be used to enrich the items to a full set of attributes required to create an approved item in RMS. It also provides configurability through the use of templates to support different types of items and different methods of integration with external systems.

 

For more information on Item Induction functionality in Retail Merchandising System 14.1, please see the following document:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System Item Induction Overview White Paper (Doc ID 1944651.1)


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