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Announcing new and updated Documentation for Oracle Cruise, Hotels, Food & Beverage, and Retail solutions

Announcing the Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM) 15.0 Tablet Documentation and More

Bernie Goodman
Documentation Manager

In 15.0, the use of a tablet is supported for Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM). A new workbench-oriented user interface has been introduced with a focus on the manager who wants to understand what is going on in the store and use a tablet. This user interface is based on Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) technology and shows item images where available. The tablet provides access to the important SIM features, as well as, provides several business intelligence and operational features.

A new implementation guide and installation guide that were developed in conjunction with this effort are located at http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12454_01/sim/index.html.

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management Implementation Guide, Volume 5 – Tablet

This guide provides both technical and functional information about using a tablet to perform SIM functions. This implementation guide is intended for SIM application integration and implementation staff, as well as, users of a tablet. Included in this document are the following topics:

  • Overview of the user interface
  • Description of how to use the functionality available on the tablet
  • Technical information on the architecture, configuration, and customization of the user interface

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management Mobile Installation Guide

This guide describes the requirements and procedures for installing the Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management Mobile application. Prerequisites and steps for installation and configuration are covered.

Additional Documentation Updates

Documentation was also updated in 15.0 to account for the business functionality added, especially around shipping and receiving dialogs, which have been streamlined and enhanced to include container support and other usability improvements.

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