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

White Papers for Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management, Release 16.0

Bernie Goodman
Documentation Manager

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management (SIM) is a mobile and PC-based inventory management application that helps track inventory in a store. SIM’s primary purpose is to track inventory within the store and provide that information to external systems that request it.

The following White Papers are updated or added for SIM Release 16.0. All the White Papers are available on My Oracle Support: http://support.oracle.com

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management Frequently Asked Questions for Mobile SIM (Doc ID 2183722.1)

This document provides a set of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for SIM Mobile. It previously covered Release 15.0 and is updated to include information for Release 16.0.

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management External Inventory Lookup Access in SIM (Doc ID 2246889.1)

This document is new for Release 16.0.  It provides information on how to use the web services and batch process in SIM to track inventory.

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management How to Securely Call SIM Inventory Web Service from Xstore Point of Service (Doc ID 2246891.1)

This document is new for Release 16.0. It covers the prerequisites and steps needed to securely call the SIM Inventory web service from Oracle Retail Xstore Point of Service.

Oracle Retail Store Inventory Management Security Concepts and Post-Install Checklist (Doc ID 2246893.1)

This document is new for Release 16.0. It provides an overview of SIM security and a checklist of steps to verify that security has been correctly set up for users and stores.

For additional information on SIM 16.0, see the documentation available on Oracle Technology Network:
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E12454_01/sim/index.html

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