Friday Oct 26, 2012

Announcing Oracle Retail Reference Model, Version 2.4

The Oracle Retail Reference Model (RRM) collection of established practice business processes has been updated and re-released as RRM, Version 2.4. A permanent link to the My Oracle Support Document ID, 1145264.1, is available on the right side of this blog, in the Bookmarks section.

The Oracle Retail Retail Reference Model (RRM) business process designs are intended to support an implementation of the merchandising, stores, and planning products. These designs are a guide for both the business and implementation teams. They explain some scenarios and factors that need to be considered for a successful implementation. The designs are created for a generic retailer, with some considerations made for hardlines, apparel (softlines), grocery, and telecommunications.

Oracle Retail Reference Model 2.4

  • Doc ID 1145264.1
    This release includes the following:
    • Updates for particular Oracle Retail application releases since August 2011.
    • Updates per feedback received from process users, including Advanced Inventory Planning flow additions.
    • Improvements in the area of standardized role names and organizational units.

Please send any questions, comments, and suggestions to retailprocess_ww@oracle.com.

Friday Oct 05, 2012

Announcing Two Papers Addressing the RPAS Fusion Client

Oracle Retail has published two documents to My Oracle Support addressing the Retail Predictive Application Server (RPAS) Fusion Client, a web-based rich client developed using the latest Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). The Fusion Client provides an enhanced user experience for communicating with the RPAS server.

Oracle Retail Predictive Application Server Fusion Client Getting Started Guide

  • Doc ID 1492759.1
    The Retail Predictive Application Server (RPAS) is a configurable platform that provides capabilities such as a multidimensional database structure, batch and online processing, a configurable user interface, a configurable calculation engine, user security, and utility functions such as importing and exporting, all on a highly scalable technical environment that can be deployed on a variety of hardware. This paper addresses typical questions that arise during setting up and deploying the Fusion Client, provides performance recommendations, and highlights the differences between the Classic Client and the Fusion Client.

Oracle Retail RPAS Fusion Client Performance Issue Report

  • Doc ID 1493747.1
    Performance issues can be frustrating for customers, and Oracle Retail will strive to assist you as you attempt to enhance the performance of your systems. To ensure the timeliest processing of your issue, retailers and partners are encouraged to respond as thoroughly as possible to each question in this document, which can be sent back for analysis by logging a Service Request and following typical Customer Support processes. The sections of the document solicit information about the following:
    • Performance Issue Description
    • Performance Issue Details
    • System Configuration Data
    • Application Configuration Data
    • Performance Log Files
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