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 Jul 20, 2012

Documentation in Oracle Retail Price Management and Oracle Retail Allocation, Release 13.1.6

The Patch Release 13.1.6 of Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM) and Oracle Retail Allocation is now available from My Oracle Support. The Oracle Retail enterprise release of 13.1.6 was a support release that included many fixes; RPM and Allocation also received functional enhancements.

Highlighted End User Documentation Updates

  • The RPM User Guide was updated to reflect new features for canceling item locations from active promotions and automatic creation of exclusions. This functionality is only applicable to active promotion price events created as simple or threshold, including vendor funded and customer segment. When canceled, the end date is set to VDATE and reflected accordingly in future retail tables. The enhancement covers changes in UI, Database, and PL/SQL. An automatic creation of exclusions for items occurs when items do not pass the conflict check rules. This feature applies to price events created at a higher than transaction level or zone level.
  • The Allocation User Guide was updated to include enhancements to the Pack Distribution mode. Pack Distribution mode can now be used to allocate Non Sellable Fashion Packs.
  • The Allocation Operations Guide was updated to include the logic behind allocating Non-Sellable Fashion Packs using Pack Distribution Mode.

List of Documents in RPM 13.1.6

The following documents are included in the patch release:

  • Oracle Retail Price Management Release Notes
  • Oracle Retail Price Management Installation Guide
  • Oracle Retail Price Management Data Model
  • Oracle Retail Price Management Operations Guide
  • Oracle Retail Price Management User Guide and online help
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising Batch Schedule
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising Implementation Guide
  • Defect Reports (available only with the packaged code)

List of Documents in Allocation 13.1.6

  • Oracle Retail Allocation Release Notes
  • Oracle Retail Allocation Installation Guide
  • Oracle Retail Allocation Data Model
  • Oracle Retail Allocation Operations Guide
  • Oracle Retail Allocation User Guide and online help
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising Batch Schedule
  • Oracle Retail Merchandising Implementation Guide
  • Defect Reports (available only with the packaged code)

Thursday Apr 19, 2012

Documentation in Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM), Release 13.2.4

The Patch Release 13.2.4 of Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM) is now available from My Oracle Support.

End User Documentation Enhancements

  • RPM User Guide
    The RPM User Guide was updated to reflect the new functionality addressing time-based promotions. The user can now enter discounts specific to events such as happy hours, door buster sales, or special holiday promotions by entering a specific start and end times associated with dates. The user indicates a Time Based Promotion by selecting the new checkbox on the RPM promotion screens, such as Add Components to a Promotion, Create a Threshold Component, Create a Multi-Buy Component, and Create a Simple Component, when setting up the promotion details.
  • RPM Operations Guide
    There were batch documentation updates implemented in conjunction with Future Retail enhancement functionality. This functionality is associated with RPM's ability to store future retail data above the transaction item and location level.

List of Documents in RPM 13.2.4

The following documents are included in the patch release:

  • Oracle Retail Price Management Release Notes
  • Oracle Retail Price Management Data Model
  • Oracle Retail Price Management Installation Guide
  • Oracle Retail Price Management Operations Guide
  • Oracle Retail Price Management User Guide and online help
  • 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
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