A feature is a defined piece of functionality (business or technical) delivered by a product, a solution or an extension.
A feature is defined by one or more system use cases.
|feature freeze||Feature freeze is a point in time in the development process after which all work on adding new features is not allowed and the effort will shift towards fixing defects.|
|feature list||The feature list represents the developed features over time and releases in the context of a product and/or solution and/or extension. Feature lists serve two audiences: the internal audience to communicate all details to Intershop and the alliance, the external to communicate all necessary details to the market and customers. The owner is product management.|
|feature set||A group of features that target a specific need.|
|feature wish||A feature wish is a functional or non-functional requirement for a specific feature requested by a customer or stakeholder phrased in a natural language. Feature wishes do not belong to a specific product, solution or extension. At Intershop, they are managed in Engineering JIRA projects.|
|fixed quote||Type of quote where a price is proposed and negotiated for the entire requisition|
|fixed-time budget||budgets with explicit start dates and end dates|
|follow up||a product link offering a follow-up version of the product currently selected|
|footer||navigation element in the web front applications of Enfinity Suite 6, Intershop 7 and Intershop Commerce Management|
|framework||Generally, a software framework provides the possibility to extend a software with new features with the minimum possible development effort. From a developer's perspective, a framework is code intended to be specialized and/or instantiated in order to implement specific features.|
|FReD||This is Intershop's repository of feature wishes. Feature wishes can be reported by everybody with an Intershop JIRA account.|
|free text request||in procurement models, a mechanism to request special-demand material or products not found in the catalog or contract|
|freight class||Freight classes represent the relation between product characteristics and suitable shipping methods. In Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management, freight classes can be assigned to products defining them as eligible for the selected shipping methods.|
|frequently asked questions||Frequently asked questions are listed questions and answers, all supposed to be frequently asked in some context, and pertaining to a particular topic, e.g., "How to place an order". The format is commonly used in online media, where certain common questions tend to recur, as a self-service support tool.|
|front end||In computer/software technology, a front end is an abstraction of the application's underlying business logic that provides a user-friendly interface (that is, the "user interface portion" of a piece of software).|
|fulfillment center||A fulfillment center is a company that specializes in the later stages of a product's life cycle including storage or warehousing, invoicing, pick pack services, shipping, return processing and customer service incl. dunning process (e.g. Fiege PVS).|
|functional requirement||A requirement that specifies a feature that a product/solution, extension or system component must be able to perform.|
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