Documentation for Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service, Release 20.0
Order Broker Cloud Service includes the following Cloud Service Modules:
- Routing Engine: Distributed order broker that determines inventory availability across the enterprise, and uses advanced business rules to select locations that can fulfill orders.
- Supplier Direct Fulfillment: Web-based vendor portal enabling vendors to share purchase orders and shipping information to simplify drop shipment.
- Store Connect: Web portal that enables store associates to process and fulfill omni-channel orders.
Oracle Retail Order Broker Cloud Service is hosted in the Oracle Retail Cloud.
Enhancements documented in this update include:
- Pausing jobs temporarily as needed to switch servers.
- Regular purge of file storage API records.
- Replacing FTP with file storage API for uploads through screens.
- Added the shipment_date to the status list response message to indicate the date when an order line was fulfilled.
- Use of a proxy for all outbound traffic.
- New "Paused" status displayed at screens to indicate when a job is temporarily paused.
- New setting at Tenant-Admin screen to specify how long to retain file storage records before they are eligible to be purged.
- Notes on all URLs and "from" email addresses that must be included on the allow list.
- List of URLs and "from" email addresses that must be included on the allow list.
The following documents were also published for this release:
- Release Readiness Guide
- Operations Guide
- Vendor Portal Online Help
- Vendor Integration Guide
- Store Connect Online Help
- Data Dictionary
The documentation set is available at the Oracle Help Center at https://docs.oracle.com/en/industries/retail/retail-order-broker-cloud/20.0/.
Supplemental information, including the Operations Guide, Security Guide, Data Model, and information on deprecated features, is available on My Oracle Support.