Wednesday Jul 02, 2014

Announcing the Oracle Retail High-Availability Case Study, Release 14.0

In support of Release 14, Oracle Retail has published to My Oracle Support a collection of in-depth case studies. Retailers and partners planning an implementation of Oracle Retail 14 will find these key reference documents to be excellent supplements to applicable Oracle Retail Installation Guides.    

Oracle Retail High Availability Case Study 14.0 (ID 1666048.1)

This document describes the steps to configure a highly-available Oracle Linux based environment to support Oracle Retail applications. Using Oracle Fusion Middleware active-active clustering and Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC) databases, retailers and partners can deploy Oracle Retail applications to provide high availability and scalability. This case study includes the following documents:

  • Oracle Retail 14.0 High Availability Case Study Introduction
  • Oracle Retail 14.0 High Availability Case Study Oracle Linux
  • Oracle Retail 14.0 High Availability Case Study RAC (Real Application Clusters Environment)
  • Oracle Retail 14.0 High Availability Case Study Fusion Middleware Cluster (Part 1 and 2)

For more information on configuring single sign-on, review the Oracle Retail 14.0 High Availability Case Study Fusion Middleware Cluster (Part 2).

Friday Mar 28, 2014

Oracle Retail 14 Product Overview and TOI Training Sessions

In order to better enable and educate retailers and partners, the Oracle Retail Curriculum team, in partnership with Oracle Retail Product teams, has published Release 14.0 Product Overviews and Transfer of Information (TOI) sessions through Oracle University and accessed through My Oracle Support.

Get Proactive - Oracle Applications TOI Online Training (Doc ID 732026.1)

Available Product Overviews Released in Conjunction with 14.0

Product Overviews are high-level recordings that highlight the business use, features and benefits of Oracle Retail product. Recordings are each less than one hour long and are intended as a stand-alone, self-paced introduction. 

  • Oracle Retail Advanced Clustering Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Advanced Inventory Planning Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Category Management Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Financial Integration Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Point of Service Suite Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Demand Forecasting Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Invoice Matching Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Sales Audit Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Analytics Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Service Integration Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Returns Management Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Foundation Data Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Inventory and Stock Ledger Product overview
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Purchase Orders and Deals Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Replenishment Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Trade Management Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Replenishment Optimization Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Price Management Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Reference Library Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Warehouse Management System Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management Product Overview
  • Oracle Retail Allocation Product Overview

Available TOIs Released in Conjunction with 14.0

TOI recorded sessions provide release-specific product knowledge that enables your functional and technical teams to plan, implement, and/or upgrade and support Oracle Retail applications effectively and efficiently.

  • Advanced Clustering Functional TOI
  • Advanced Inventory Planning Functional TOI
  • Advanced Inventory Planning Technical TOI: Commerce Anywhere
  • Advanced Inventory Planning Technical TOI
  • Allocation Functional TOI
  • Assortment Space Optimization Functional TOI
  • Assortment Space Optimization Technical TOI
  • Category Management Functional TOI
  • Customer Decision Tree Functional TOI
  • Demand Transference Functional TOI
  • Documentation TOI
  • Installation TOI
  • Mobile Point of Service Functional TOI
  • Mobile Point of Service Technical TOI
  • Point of Service Suite Technical TOI: Commerce Anywhere
  • Point of Service Suite Functional User Experience
  • Point of Service Suite Functional:  Commerce Anywhere
  • Point of Service Suite Technical TOI
  • Retail Analytics Functional TOI
  • Retail Analytics Technical TOI
  • Retail Advanced Science Engine Technical TOI
  • Retail Demand Forecast Functional TOI 
  • Invoice Matching Functional TOI
  • Invoice Matching Technical
  • Retail Integration Bus Technical TOI
  • Retail Merchandising System Functional TOI: Commerce anywhere
  • Retail Merchandising System Functional TOI: Franchise Management
  • Retail Merchandising System Technical TOI: Commerce Anywhere
  • Retail Merchandising System Technical TOI: Franchise Management
  • Retail Merchandising System Technical TOI: Other Enhancements
  • Replenishment Optimization Functional TOI
  • RPAS Functional TOI
  • RPAS Technical TOI
  • Retail Price Management Functional TOI
  • Retail Price Management Technical TOI
  • Retail Service Backbone Technical TOI
  • Warehouse Management Functional TOI: Commerce Anywhere
  • Warehouse Management Functional TOI: Dashboards
  • Warehouse Management Functional TOI: Task Management 
  • Warehouse Management Technical TOI Commerce Anywhere
  • Warehouse Management Technical TOI:  Enhanced Navigation
  • Warehouse Management Technical TOI: Task Dashboards
  • Warehouse Management Technical TOI: Task Management 
  • Store Inventory Management Functional TOI: Commerce Anywhere
  • Store Inventory Management Functional TOI: Integration
  • Store Inventory Management Functional TOI: Store Efficiencies
  • Store Inventory Management Functional TOI: User Experience
  • Store Inventory Management Technical TOI
  • Translation TOI

    Navigational Steps to Oracle Retail Product Overviews and TOIs

    1. Log into My Oracle Support at  https://support.oracle.com and access the following: Doc ID 732026.1, Get Proactive - Oracle Applications TOI (Transfer of Information) Online Training.
    2. Click the drop-down under the words "Get Started today..." and select Oracle Retail as the product line.
    3. Select the Solution area of interest on the Browse Subcategories Retail page (for example, Merchandising Operations Management, Retail Technology Group, and so on).
    4. Click the link for the applicable application Product Overview or TOI. There may be more than one page of results. Click the Next button to see the additional Product Overviews and/or TOIs that are available.  

    Monday Feb 17, 2014

    Announcing Significant Functional White Papers for Merchandising

    In conjunction with Release 14, Oracle Retail has published to My Oracle Support a collection of in-depth White Papers addressing the functional details of various business operations within the  Merchandising Operations Management suite of applications. Retailers and partners should consider these key reference documents as essential supplements to the Oracle Retail end user documentation suite.

    Oracle Retail Merchandising Functional Library (Doc ID 1585843.1)

    Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) Catch Weight Overview v14

    Catch Weight functionality allows for the ordering and management of items that vary by weight from one instance of an item to the next. Examples of this are primarily in the grocery industry, where items such as fresh produce, deli, butchery and prepackaged cheese and meat, are often purchased by weight and may be sold by weight or as individual products (eaches). Catch weight items can have a varying cost by unit of measure (UOM) and have an average weight maintained for the items, which is used by any transactions involving the items where a weight is not captured. From an ordering perspective, Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) was built primarily to support the ordering of catch weight items using simple packs. However, the ordering of catch weight items without using simple packs is also supported. RMS supports four different types of catch weight items, which are outlined in more detail in this document, including how the setup for these items differs from other items in RMS, as well as the various ways that catch weight items impact inventory functions, such as purchasing, receiving and, cost maintenance.

    Oracle Retail Trade Management (RTM) v14

    Oracle Retail Trade Management (RTM) is used to manage the import process, including automating the steps necessary to import goods, managing file exchanges with trading partners, and providing a central database of critical import order information. This document provides an overview of the primary functions and features of the RTM system, as well as information regarding implementation, data setup, and troubleshooting.

    RMS 24x7 Inventory Availability v14

    Large retailers today have operations and operating models that extend across different continents and time-zones. 24x7 Retailing refers to an amalgamated retail model that offers customers retailing experience and information across various channels, time zones, formats and geographies on an uninterrupted basis, that is, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The need for 24x7 retailing has been driven by several emerging retailing models, including:

    • Store Operations
    • Distribution Center (DC) Operations
    • Commerce Anywhere Operations
    • Geographically Dispersed Business Process Models

    This white paper examines the requirements for 24x7 retailing and the suitability of RMS in specifically supporting 24x7 inventory availability.

    RMS Franchise Management v14

    To scale up business operations and market presence, particularly in new markets, retailers may choose to utilize business partners to manage branded or co-branded stores while retaining the retailer’s business processes and value proposition. Businesses who partner with a retailer to expand the retailer’s presence are known as franchisees. Franchisees may operate one or more stores under the retailer’s banner. This white paper addresses the management of Franchise functionality within RMS and describes the several system parameters that are used to configure RMS related to Franchise management functionality.

    RMS Deals Overview v14

    A deal is a set of one or more agreements that take place between the retailer and a vendor. A vendor can be a supplier, wholesaler, distributor or manufacturer, and from the vendor, the retailer is entitled to receive discounts or rebates for goods that are either purchased or sold. A deal consists of a set of discounts and/or rebates that are negotiated with the supplier and share a common start and end date. This functional white paper holistically addresses Deals functionality in the Oracle Retail Merchandising System.

    RMS Stock Counts Overview v14

    Inventory accuracy is a critical and highly sensitive area affecting retailers. Inventory record accuracy has a significant impact on increasing levels of customer service, reducing costs, and increasing productivity. Stock counts verify the inventory figures kept within the merchandise management system, which makes reporting, planning, and ordering more accurate. In order to reconcile theoretical inventory levels to actual inventory on-hand, retailers perform physical inventory stock counts, which also serve to make stock ledger adjustments. These stock counts assist retailers in budgeting and accounting for shrinkage. This document provides an overview of the primary functions and features of the Stock Count module in RMS as well as an overview of the integration of this module with the Store Inventory Management (SIM) and Warehouse Management System (RWMS).

    Oracle Retail Allocation v14

    Oracle Retail Allocation helps retailers determine the inventory requirements at the item and location level, resulting in an inventory allocation that optimizes your supply across all locations. Using real-time inventory information, the system calculates need based on parameters you set, whether it is the characteristics of the product or the store. The result is an allocation tailored to each store's unique need. Oracle Retail Allocation allows you to allocate either in advance of the order's arrival or at the last minute to leverage real-time sales and inventory information. The primary objective of this document is to highlight lesser-known capabilities within the Allocation product, provide more detail on commonly asked questions, call out product facts, clarify specific capability/features, and provide additional information on how to use the Allocation product more effectively.

    RMS Stock Ledger v13.2

    This document provides an overview of the primary features of Oracle Retail Stock Ledger functionality. In addition, this document addresses the integration of this module with the financial packages. Use this document to get a detailed overview of the following:

    • Stock ledger attributes
    • Accounting methods
    • Budgeted shrink
    • Transaction data
    • What impacts the stock ledger
    • Stock ledger processes

    RMS Managing Multiple Company Operations v13

    Generally, large multi-national retailers have complex organization structures with multiple business groups, legal entities, operating units, and inventory organizations. Such enterprises have the business need to be able to separate financial transactions along with business groups, legal entities, operating units, and inventory organizations. When retailers operate with multiple legal companies or entities, they may use different physical instances of their accounting systems to support the segregation of financial records, or they may use a single physical instance of their accounting system. When operating with multiple legal companies or entities in a single installation, a company needs the ability to partition their general ledger along certain criteria, so that each set has its own chart of accounts and other identifying characteristics, such as the primary currency, accounting calendar, and balancing segment. RMS was extended to support multiple company operations in a single instance with the inclusion of multiple sets of books (MSOB) functionality, described in this white paper.

    Friday Dec 13, 2013

    Announcing Documentation for Oracle Retail Enterprise 14.0

    The 14.0 release of the Oracle Retail application enterprise includes the most documentation published in the history of Oracle Retail. Over 200 documents have been published, and more documents than ever have been either considerably revised or developed from scratch to reflect the enterprise applications newest code base. In the upcoming weeks, this blog will address the various aspects of each solution unit's documentation sets. Some of the highlights include:

    • Commerce Anywhere updates within the documentation sets of Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS), Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM), the POS Suite, Oracle Retail Warehouse Management System (RWMS), and Oracle Retail Advanced Inventory Planning (AIP).
    • Two key My Oracle Support libraries addressing Commerce Anywhere from a Functional perspective and a Technical perspective, the latter developed using the authoring tools and best practices of the Retail Reference Architecture.
    • New documentation sets for applications within the Oracle Retail Advanced Science Engine (ORASE) suite of products.
    • A new documentation set for the Oracle Retail Service Backbone.
    • An expanded Enterprise Integration Guide.
    • An enhanced RWMS documentation set reflecting new functionality for both Task Management and Activity Editor.
    • Security Guides published for each solution unit.
    • RPAS and application documentation to reflect the new RPAS Extension Framework
    • Deep new and updated Merchandising Functional White Papers in areas such as Franchise, Catch Weight, Deals, and so on.
    • A new Developer's Guide technical paper and new Data Model for the RMS Data Access Schema.
    • A revised and enhanced RMS Operations Guide.
    • Oracle Retail Analytics documentation updates to reflect its 25 new Dashboards spanning Commerce Anywhere, Consumer, Clustering and Wholesale / Franchise.

    Friday Apr 12, 2013

    Announcing Functional White Papers Addressing Stock Counts for RMS and SIM

    Inventory accuracy is a critical and highly sensitive area affecting retailers, and it has a significant impact on increasing levels of customer service, reducing costs, and enhancing productivity. Stock counts are one of the main tools retailers have to ensure their perpetual inventory is accurate. Oracle Retail has published two new documents on My Oracle Support (https://support.oracle.com) that provide partners and retailers with deeper functional information about stock counts in Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and in Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM).

    Oracle Retail Merchandising System Stock Counts Overview (1536804.1)

    This document provides an overview of the primary functions and features of the Stock Count module in Oracle Retail Management System (RMS) as well as an overview of the integration of this module with Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM) and Oracle Retail Warehouse Management System (RWMS). This white paper covers numerous topics around stock counts including:

    • Scheduling stock counts
    • Creating stock count requests
    • Inventory snapshots
    • Uploading count results
    • Reviewing, updating, and accepting count results
    • Updating and reviewing the value of a count
    • Processing value results
    • Reviewing the month end process
    • Batch processes related to stock counts
    • System level settings related to stock counts

    Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management Stock Counts Overview (ID 1541449.1)

    All stock counts in SIM follow a similar process flow. The general process of taking a stock count begins with the setting up of a product group (with the exception of Ad Hoc stock counts). When a product group is created, it can be named in any way that is meaningful to the user. A group can be a way to logically group the items, such as by department or a specific section of a store. After the product group is set up, the user must schedule the stock count. When the schedule date is reached, the stock count appears on the Stock Count List screen. The user can then perform the stock count.

    Topics in this White Paper include the following:

    • Stock count functional overview
    • Types of stock counts
    • Stock count configuration
    • Creating, scheduling, generating, and starting stock counts
    • Counting and recounting
    • Processing third party results
    • Viewing and updating rejected items
    • Authorizing a stock count
    • Updating stock on hand (SOH)
    • Stock-count related process flows
    • Tables and batches used for 'unit and amount' stock counts
    • Glossary

    Wednesday Jan 02, 2013

    Documentation in Oracle Retail Merchandising System with Brazil Localization, Release 13.2.5

    The patch release of Oracle Retail Merchandising System with Brazil Localization 13.2.5 was released in November 2012. The release included fixes and enhancements to the Oracle Retail Fiscal Management (ORFM) documentation set. ORFM is an optional module of RMS that supports Brazil localization and the particular tax requirements of Brazil.

    Highlighted End User Documentation Enhancements

    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management (ORFM) User Guide
      • The Foundation Data chapter was updated to include parameters of Fiscal Utilization Attributes.
      • The Purchase Order chapter was updated with additional fields in Fiscal Document Details, Header Taxes tab, Additional Info tab, Transportation Details tab. The Complementary NF section was updated to include the following additional NFs: Triangulation, Non-merchandise cost, Cost/Tax correction. The following sections were added: Deal Income Posting, Deal Types.
      • The Inventory Control chapter was updated with Customer Delivery NF section.
      • The NF-e chapter was updated with NF-e Processing and Cancelling NF-e sections.
      • The Financial Postings chapter was updated with process flow for Account Setup and Financial Posting. The following sections were added: Dynamic Segment Setup, General Ledger Cross Reference, Creating General Ledger Cross Reference, and Chart of Accounts.
      • The StandAlone NF chapter was added to include Direct NF and Free Form NF.
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Implementation Guide
      • The Oracle Retail Fiscal Management (ORFM) Overview chapter was updated to include the following NFs: Direct, Free Form, and Sales in Requisition Types section.
      • The Understanding ORFM Implementation Checklists chapter was updated to include the several utilization code parameters.
      • The RMS Setup for ORFM and Brazil Localization chapter was updated with the following setups: FM Tran Code, Set of Books, Chart of Account, GL Options, Dynamic Segments for Chart of Accounts, Account setup for Chart of Account, and GL Cross Reference. 
      • The Integration chapter was updated with the following sections: ORFM integration with financial application to support Enterprise Business Suite (EBS) integration, Retail Merchandise Authorization (RMA), Triangulation, and EDI NF.
      • The Understanding NF-e and SPED chapter was updated with a note on ORFM supporting integration with fiscal partners, Mastersaf, and Synchro for NF-e and SPED.
      • The Maintaining Tax Related Data chapter was updated to include the Item Cost for Non-Brazil supplier (Multi-currency operations) section.
      • The Working with RTIL chapter was updated to include the TaxWeb Failures and Associated RIB Impacts section.
      • The Batch Process chapter was updated to include the following sections: Deal Income Posting Batch, Financial Postings for Tax Changes.

    List of End User Documents in RMS with Brazil Localization 13.2.5

    • Oracle Retail Merchandising System with Brazil Localization Release Notes
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management Installation Guide
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management User Guide
    • Oracle Retail ORFM-RMS Brazil Localization Implementation Guide
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management Data Model
    • Oracle Retail Merchandising Batch Schedule

    New documents on My Oracle Support for Brazil Localization

    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Multi-currency Operations White Paper (Doc ID 1493604.1)
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Enterprise Business Suite White Paper (Doc ID 1493605.1)
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Transfer Price Nota Fiscal White Paper (Doc ID 1493606.1)

    Monday Apr 16, 2012

    Announcing two Technical Papers and an Accelerator Addressing Integration between Oracle Retail and Oracle Art Technology Group (ATG) Web Commerce

    In the past year, Oracle Retail has published two documents on My Oracle Support (https://support.oracle.com) that address integration between Oracle Retail products and Oracle ATG Web Commerce. The Merchandising to Oracle ATG Document ID on My Oracle Support can be characterized as an Accelerator because in addition to the Technical Paper, Oracle Retail provides reference code.

    • Doc ID 1380165.1
      Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and Oracle ATG Web Commerce Integration–This accelerator is a toolkit that contains both integration reference code and a technical note to explain interfaces and how they should be used. The document provides a technical overview on integrating Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM) with Oracle Art Technology Group (ATG) Web Commerce. The document focuses on the technical aspects of integrating item and price/promotion data from RMS and RPM to Oracle ATG Web Commerce, leveraging existing integration points where possible. The reference code addresses the following integration flows:
      • RMS Merchandise Hierarchy extract to ATG Categories
      • RMS Item extract to ATG Product
      • RMS Regular Price change to ATG price list for SKU-based pricing method
      • RMS Clearance Price change to ATG price list for SKU-based pricing method
    • Doc ID 1367354.1
      Oracle ATG Web Commerce-Store Inventory Management (SIM) Integration–This document is an overview that focuses on the technical aspects of integrating Oracle ATG Web Commerce and SIM for real-time inventory lookup, by leveraging existing integration points. By integrating Oracle ATG Web Commerce with SIM, retailers can leverage SIM’s real-time and inventory management capabilities, giving Web users visibility to in-store inventory availability. This overview document covers the technical aspects of an integration approach between Oracle ATG Web Commerce and SIM by addressing the following steps:
      • Implementing a new Store Inventory Manager component which can connect to the SIM Web service endpoints.
      • Configuring Oracle ATG Web Commerce to use the new Store Inventory Manager component.

    Friday Apr 06, 2012

    Documentation in Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and Oracle Retail Fiscal Management System (ORFM), Release 13.2.4

    The Patch Release 13.2.4 of the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and its module, Oracle Retail Fiscal Management (ORFM)  is now available from My Oracle Support.

    End User Documentation Enhancements

    The following summarize the highlights of changes made to the documentation in conjunction with the new Brazil-related functionality:

    • Foundation chapter in the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS)/Sales Audit (ReSA) Brazil Localization User Guide
      This chapter was updated with a non-base Localization Flexible Attribution Solution (LFAS) section that addresses the addition of several new custom attributes to Items and Suppliers through non-base LFAS for Brazil; it also addresses the extension of the Retail Tax Integration Layer (RTIL) through the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS), and Oracle Retail Fiscal Management System (ORFM).
    •  ORFM User Guide
      The Purchase Order chapter was updated to include schedule related updates for a Nota Fiscal. The Fiscal Documents chapter was updated to include information on creating a new NF and searching for details using Vendor Product Number.
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Implementation Guide
      The Implementation Checklist chapter was updated with a note on multi-currency functionality. The Batch Processes chapter was updated with information on the NF EDI batch.

    The following summarize the highlights of changes made to the documentation in conjunction with the new technical certifications (see the RMS 13.2.4 Release Notes for more information):

    • Installation Guides for RMS and for ORFM/RMS Brazil
      These installation guides were updated extensively to account for the multiple technical certification enhancements in 13.2.4.
    • White Paper: How to Upgrade from WebLogic11g 10.3.3 to WebLogic11g 10.3.4  (Doc ID: 1432575.1)
      See the previous blog entry regarding this new White Paper.

    New Documents on My Oracle Support for Brazil Localization

    • Overview and Interfaces Tax Vendor Integration (Doc ID: 1424048.1)
      Oracle chooses to integrate with a third party tax expert to delivery the Brazilian solution. Oracle has built the Retail Tax Integration layer (RTIL) as the key integration component to support the integration of Oracle suite of products with external tax vendors. This paper addresses the RTIL integration interfaces with TaxWeb, providing guidance on the typical integration interfaces and operations that must be supported by other tax solutions in the Brazilian market.
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization: Localization Flexible Attribute Solution (LFAS) (Doc ID: 1418509.1)
      The white paper covers the definition of custom attributes in Localization Flexible Attribute Solution (LFAS) and enables retailers to perform data conversion changes. Retailers can add several new custom attributes to Items and Suppliers through non-base LFAS for Brazil and extend Retail Tax Integration Layer (RTIL) through the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS), and Oracle Retail Fiscal Management System (RFM).

    Documents Published in RMS and ORFM Release 13.2.4

    • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Release Notes
    • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Installation Guide
    • Oracle Retail Merchandising System User Guide and Online Help
    • Oracle Retail Sales Audit (ReSA) User Guide and Online Help
    • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Operations Guide
    • Oracle Retail Merchandising System Data Model
    • Oracle Retail Merchandising Batch Schedule
    • Oracle Retail Merchandising Implementation Guide
    • Oracle Retail POS Suite 13.4.1 / Merchandising Operations Management
      13.2.4 Implementation Guide
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management Data Model
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Installation Guide
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management/RMS Brazil Localization Implementation Guide
    • Oracle Retail Fiscal Management User Guide and Online Help

    Monday Mar 26, 2012

    Announcing a functional best practices White Paper for SIM and RMS integration

    Oracle Retail has published a document on My Oracle Support (https://support.oracle.com) that provides you with guidance on how to adopt best practices that best facilitate the integration between the Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and the Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management System (SIM).

    • Doc ID: 1424596.1
      This paper highlights some specific functional best practices when integrating Oracle Retail Merchandising System (RMS) and Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM). The list in this paper is not comprehensive. Topics include:
      • Inventory adjustments
      • Returns to vendor (RTV)
      • Transfer shipping
      • Receipts
      • Receipt unit adjustments
      • Stock order reconcoliation
      • Stock counts
      • Transformable items
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