Catalog Management for Direct Sales Store for IBM WebSphere Commerce V7 FEP 7 (6G42G) » zur Seminarliste
This 1.5 hour web-based course is designed to introduce business professionals, the WebSphere Commerce catalog types, and the skills they need to manage their store catalogs, and core features of the Catalogs tool of Management Center that is provided by IBM WebSphere Commerce V7 Feature Pack 7.
The skills that are developed in this course enable WebSphere Commerce business users to create, and manage different store-specific business objects such as catalogs, categories, subcategories, and catalog entries with the use of Catalogs tool of the Management Center. The course also explains how the Assets, and the Commerce Composer tools are related to catalogs. It enables business users to compare the features between direct sales store, and extended sites store. In particular, the focus will be on the Catalogs, Assets, and Commerce Composer tools for catalog management.
The course begins with an overview of the catalogs. It introduces the students to WebSphere Commerce catalogs, supported by a scenario, and possible objectives for using the catalogs, and different catalog management tasks of business users such as catalog managers, product managers, and category managers. It also provides a brief description of other Management Center tools associated with catalogs. Subsequent units cover the catalog management terminology that includes category types, catalog entry, products, attributes, attribute dictionary, and many more, and how to manage catalogs, categories, catalog entry types such as products, and SKUs by using the Catalogs tool. Various units in the course provide description of how to update information. It also introduces the students the relation between catalogs and the Assets, and Commerce Composer tools. They briefly specify how the catalog management tasks in direct sales store change in extended sites store.
A scenario-based sample demonstration is provided to facilitate students to understand how to log in to the Management Center, and use various features and functions of the Catalogs, and the Assets tool of the Management Center to manage product information. The course consists of instructions that can be used to re-create demonstration tasks.
If you are enrolling in a Self Paced Virtual Classroom or Web Based Training course, before you enroll, please review the Self-Paced Virtual Classes and Web-Based Training Classes on our Terms and Conditions page, as well as the system requirements, to ensure that your system meets the minimum requirements for this course.
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- Explain how to manage catalogs in a direct sales store from within the Management Center Tool
- Differentiate catalog management in a direct sales store, and an extended site store
- Identify non-inherited and inherited business objects
- State the tools that are associated with catalog management
- Describe how to change product information, create and manage catalog entries, and manage SKUs by using the Catalogs tool
- Define the role of Assets, and Commerce Composer tools in catalog management
This intermediate course is designed for line-of-business professionals who want to manage product information within the Management Center of IBM WebSphere Commerce V7 systems.
- Have extensive experience with WebSphere Commerce Management Center.
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