The present page serves as an overview for the topic. All available documents for the topic can be found here.
Intershop Order Management (IOM) uses relational databases. Here a relational schema specifies a collection of table definitions, providing structure for the data hosted in the database instance.
A database documentation depends on the used version of IOM.
The database structure, tables, its relations, triggers and more are listed in the attached documents.
The files are provided zip-packed and contain a web file structure that can be opened in any browser. Use the index.html to start browsing the database documentation.
Please note that Intershop hereby declares explicitly that the description of the database structure shall not be seen as a public API.
The database structure can change at any time and these materials are subject to change without notice.
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