Retail Price Management (RPM) Technical Essentials 13.1

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The Retail Price Management (RPM) Technical Essentials course provides a solid understanding of the basic technical details of RPM. It covers a wide variety of topics ranging from data flows to configuration. The course can be taken by consultants or employees wishing to gain a better understanding of how RPM works.

The course is combined with demonstrations and student practice exercises that cover topics such as: navigating through the RPM user interface, modifying RPM properties, restarting RPM through the Oracle Enterprise Manager, creating price events, and running batch for integration with other systems.

Learn to:
  • Explain the J2EE layered model and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)…

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The Retail Price Management (RPM) Technical Essentials course provides a solid understanding of the basic technical details of RPM. It covers a wide variety of topics ranging from data flows to configuration. The course can be taken by consultants or employees wishing to gain a better understanding of how RPM works.

The course is combined with demonstrations and student practice exercises that cover topics such as: navigating through the RPM user interface, modifying RPM properties, restarting RPM through the Oracle Enterprise Manager, creating price events, and running batch for integration with other systems.

Learn to:
  • Explain the J2EE layered model and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) that RPM utilizes
  • Explain the RPM conflict checking process.
  • Explain integration with other Oracle Retail Systems.
  • Configuration and Implementation topics will be discussed.
  • Navigate through key portions of RPM.

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Audience
  • Administrator
  • Database Administrators
  • Functional Implementer
  • Support Engineer
  • Technical Administrator
  • System Integrator
  • Technical Consultant

Course Topics Course Overview
  • Explain the course overview
  • List the lessons in the RPM Technical Essentials course
  • Explain the class methods used in the course
Application Overview
  • Explain RPM at a high level
  • Explain the functional overview
  • Explain the technical overview
  • Describe the user interface
  • Describe navigation in RPM
Zone Structures, Price Events, and Price Strategies
  • Define RPM’s functional assumptions
  • Explain zone structures
  • Define pricing events and strategies
Worksheet, Other Functional Areas, and Concurrency Considerations
  • Define what the Worksheet is and how it functions
  • Explain other miscellaneous functional areas of RPM
  • Explain concurrency considerations
Physical Architecture, Application Architecture, and Conflict Checking
  • Describe the physical architecture
  • Explain the layered model (application architecture)
  • Define conflict checking
  • Describe the conflict checking process flow
Integration Data Flow
  • Explain the overall data flow of RPM
  • Define the integration interface data flows
  • Describe the price management status page
Near Real-Time Methods of Integration
  • Explain the methods of integration used by RPM
  • Define the messages used by RPM in publishing and subscribing
  • Show how RPM uses the RSL (Oracle Retail Service Layer)
  • List which RMS tables are used by RPM
Batch Integration
  • Explain flat file batch integration
  • Describe staging table batch integration
Java Batch Processes
  • Explain the Java batch process architectural overview
  • Describe how to run Java batch processes
  • Explain how the Java batches use threading
RETL Batch Processes
  • Detail the benefits of using Oracle Retail Extract Transform and Load (RETL) with RPM
  • Define the RETL API structure and use
  • Explain the RETL restart and recovery process and the use of message logging
  • Highlight typical run and debugging situations and RETL flow
Implementation
  • Explain key RPM implementation topics
  • Identify dependencies of an RPM installation
  • Describe RAC and clustering
  • Describe the RPM application installer
Configuration
  • Describe key RPM configuration settings
  • Identify various RPM configuration files
  • Identify various logging levels
Retail Security Manager (RSM) Overview and Basic Structure
  • Describe the purpose of RSM in the enterprise
  • Explain the basic structure of RSM
Retail Security Manager (RSM) Architecture, Data Flow, and LDAP
  • Describe the basic architecture of RSM
  • Describe the functional overview of how RSM integrates with RPM
  • Describe how to configure RSM to utilize an LDAP server
Localization
  • Explain internationalization functionality in this release
  • Explain where RPM translation information is stored
RPM Technical Essentials Course Review
  • Explain the key learning points of the RPM Technical Essentials course

Course Objectives
  • Identify the Data Flow between RPM and other Oracle Retail applications
  • Explain the Methods of Integration
  • Describe the Batch Processes
  • Describe Implementation and Configuration
  • Explain the Retail Security Manager (RSM)
  • Describe the Physical and Application Architecture
  • Explain the high-level functional overview of Oracle Retail Price Management (RPM)

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