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Retail Merchandising System (RMS) 15.0 introduces support for an induction framework for purchase orders (PO).

 

This framework provides more flexibility for retailers who wish to induct purchase orders from external systems into RMS such as a vendor or a planning application.

 

PO induction uses templates to configure the format of the data being uploaded, as well as to define defaults for data that may not be available from external systems.  It also uses a staging concept, as was the case for Item Induction in RMS 14.1, such that PO data can be built out over time, before the upload to RMS.  POs can be inducted manually using spreadsheets, through the Retail Integration Bus (RIB), or in bulk.

 

For more details on PO Induction, review the PO Induction Overview White Paper released as part of the Oracle Retail Merchandising Functional Library (Doc ID 1585843.1).

 

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Hi Everyone,

 

The latest Community update brought two new features:

 

Tabbed Community Information Centers:

 

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The new Tabbed Information Center at the top of the community page (outlined in red above) provides a cleaner view of content available and is more consistent with the layout of the Information Centers within our Knowledge Base.  The screenshot above is from the Retail Merchandising System community.  Note: The tab names/content may vary by community.

 

'Give Feedback' Link:

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The new ‘Give Feedback’ Link (outlined in red above) is located to the right of the new Tabbed Community Information Center and opens a survey (shown above). Use this link to give feedback on a particular Community to let us know what we can improve or to provide any other comments you may have.

 

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Welcome to the My Oracle Support Community! We highly encourage you to personalize your community display name to make your activity more memorable. Please see https://community.oracle.com/docs/DOC-1022508 for instructions.