|UCM||UCM ("Unified Commerce Management") was announced by Intershop as a "best-practices strategy for managing commerce processes and models across the extended enterprise". The idea was that a UCM-based system enabled companies to manage commerce relationships between their customers, partners, and suppliers, creating an "outside-in" perspective and finally resulting in a customer-driven commerce environment.|
|unfair business practice|
Unfair business practices encompass fraud, misrepresentation, and oppressive or unconscionable acts or practices by businesses, often against customers and are prohibited by law in many countries. For instance, in the European Union, each member state must regulate unfair business practices in accordance with the Unfair Commercial Practices Directive, subject to transitional periods. Unfair business practices may arise in many areas, including:
Online shops are requested to display certain information like
|up selling||a product link offering alternative products, e.g. similar products offered at a different (higher) price|
In computing, an update is a piece of software designed to fix problems and/or to improve the usability or performance.
At Intershop, update means applying a patch or hotfix to an existing Enfinity Suite 6, Intershop 7 or Intershop Commerce Management version. As opposed to an upgrade, the installed software instance is not replaced.
In computing, upgrade refers to the replacement of a product (hardware, software) with a newer or better version of the same product in order to bring the system up to date or to improve its characteristics.
At Intershop, upgrade means replacing an Enfinity Suite 6, Intershop 7 or Intershop Commerce Management version with a higher major or minor version (see migration). As opposed to an update, the originally installed software instance is not kept.
|URL redirect||A mechanism to support "moved" URLs (in case, for example, the catalog structure has changed). Using redirect URLs (301 or 302 server headers) is the most efficient and bot-friendly strategy for online shops to keep stable acquired page ranks with web search engines.||Concept - URL Handling (valid to 7.7)|
|use case||In software and systems engineering, a use case is a list of steps, typically defining interactions between a role (known as an "actor") and a system to achieve a goal. The actor can be a human or an external system.|
|user||an individual (human) actor in Enfinity Suite 6, Intershop 7 and Intershop Commerce Management, defined by a user account|
|user acceptance test||Formal testing with respect to user needs, requirements, and business processes conducted to determine whether or not a system satisfies the acceptance criteria and to enable the user, customers or other authorized entity to determine whether or not to accept the system.|
A user account is a specific account type to record individual information for registered users including, for example:
|user interface||A user interface comprises all parts of an interactive software that provides all information or controls to the human user which are necessary to achieve a defined working task.|
|user story||A user story is a simple statement about what a user wants to do with a feature of the software, written from the user’s perspective. It focuses on the who, what and why of a particular feature ("As a <role>, I want to <goal>, so I can <reason>."). In agile software development, user stories are used to capture the requirements throughout a project.|
|username||A unique sequence of characters used to identify a user and allow this user to access his/her user account.|
|UX||A person's perceptions and responses that result from the use or anticipated use of a product, system or service (ISO 9241-210). That is, user experience involves a person's behaviors, attitudes, and emotions about using a particular system, including aspects such as utility, ease of use and efficiency, which generally comprises IAD and VD.|
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