Overview - Catalog Management

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1 Introduction

The present page serves as an overview for the topic. All available documents for the topic can be found here.

2 About the Topic

A catalog is a view on the product repository that groups products along a specific context.

Catalogs are usually structured (see category) to reflect

  • product classifications
  • internal product management structures (e.g. by source, by commodity group)
  • storefront categorization (navigation structure and breadcrumbs)

Products become part of a catalog via product assignment.

3 Overview

TitleLastmodifiedvalid fromvalid to
Concept - Catalog2020/02/04 12:47:377.0
Concept - Catalog 6.42021/08/30 16:02:156.46.4
Concept - Catalog and Category Preview2020/02/04 12:47:387.1
Concept - Catalog Category Tree Component2020/02/04 12:47:387.3 
Concept - Classification Catalog ETIM2020/02/04 12:47:397.10
Concept - Classification Catalogs (valid to 7.6)2020/02/04 12:47:406.07.6
Concept - Commodities (valid to 6.4)2020/02/04 12:47:406.06.4
Concept - OCI Punchout (7.8 - 7.10.16)2020/02/24 15:06:417.87.10
Concept - OCI Punchout (valid from 7.10.17)2020/03/18 14:31:477.10
Cookbook - Catalog2021/08/25 13:19:007.9
Cookbook - Catalog (7.5 - 7.8)2021/08/25 13:18:057.57.8
Cookbook - Catalog and Category Preview2020/02/04 12:47:426.6 
Cookbook - Catalog Category Tree Component2020/02/04 12:47:427.3 
Cookbook - Classification Catalog Service Types2020/02/04 12:47:437.6

Cookbook - cXML Order Injection2021/07/21 13:38:027.10.31
Cookbook - OCI Punchout2021/03/30 20:36:157.8
Cookbook - Print Catalog Creation2020/03/12 14:16:007.0
Reference - Category Data XML Import Specification2020/02/04 12:47:467.9 
Reference - Category Data XML Import Specification (7.5 - 7.8)2020/02/04 12:47:467.57.8


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