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

Oracle Retail Brand Compliance Management Cloud Service Release 17.0 Documentation

Bernie Goodman
Documentation Manager

Oracle Retail Brand Compliance Management Cloud Service is an application designed to meet all aspects of sourcing, developing, and protecting retailer brands. The application provides solutions for product development, compliance, quality, and traceability. It is designed specifically for retail, food service, and manufacturing businesses to develop and protect their brands, manage their suppliers, and ensure full end-to-end product lifecycle management. This Cloud Service is hosted in the Oracle Retail Cloud.

Release 17.0 of Oracle Retail Brand Compliance Management Cloud Service included data privacy support and various solution improvements. For information on all the enhancements in Release 17.0, see the Release Notes.

Documentation highlights for Release 17.0 included the following:

Administration Guide

  • Information added on how to amend the Permissions spreadsheet.
  • Instructions added on using Glossary Import/Export.
  • Appendix added for SSL Certificate management.

Implementation Guide

  • Information added for Data Privacy including a new appendix.

The following documents were also published for this release:

  • Release Notes
  • Brand Compliance Management Cloud Service User Guide
  • Product User Guide
  • Project User Guide
  • Reports User Guide
  • Supplier User Guide
  • Data Dictionary (available on My Oracle Support Doc ID: 2345017.1)

The documentation set is available on the Oracle Help Center as part of the already existing product documentation library:


For information on the previous Oracle Retail Brand Compliance Cloud Service release, see Oracle Retail Brand Compliance Management Cloud Service Release 16.0 Documentation.

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