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Catalogs are usually structured (see category) to reflect
Products become part of a catalog via product assignment.
|Title||Product Version||Product To Version|
|Concept - Catalog|
|Concept - Catalog and Category Preview|
|Concept - Catalog Category Tree Component|
|Concept - Classification Catalog ETIM|
|Concept - cXML Order Injection||7.10.31|
|Concept - cXML Punchout||7.10.31|
|Concept - OCI Punchout (7.8 - 7.10.16)||7.8||7.10|
|Concept - OCI Punchout (valid from 7.10.17)||7.10|
|Cookbook - Catalog|
|Cookbook - Catalog and Category Preview|
|Cookbook - Catalog Category Tree Component|
|Cookbook - Classification Catalog Service Types|
|Cookbook - cXML Order Injection||7.10.31|
|Cookbook - cXML Punchout||7.10.32|
|Cookbook - OCI Punchout||7.8|
|Cookbook - Print Catalog Creation|
|Reference - Category Data XML Import Specification|
|Support Article - CSV Catalog and Category Import with ISML Mapping Templates||7.6|
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