Fusion PIM: How to Create a SKU Item (Based on the Style Item) [Video]
(Doc ID 1525535.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 18, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Fusion Product Model - Version 126.96.36.199.0 and later
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ITEM, STYLE, VARIANT, SKU
This document provides instructions on how to create a SKU item when a the Style Item already exists.
You can use style items to group similar items (called SKUs or Stock Keeping Units) together. The items grouped under the style item (the SKUs) have variant attributes. For example, a retail clothing business sells a particular shirt style in multiple colors and sizes. The multiple colors represent one variant attribute group while the various sizes represent another variant attribute group. Variant attribute groups contain attributes that differentiate the item. Each unique variant combination represents a possible SKU item. A simple example that explains the use of style items with SKUs follows.
NOTE: The style item behaves as a model item while the SKUs behave as standard items. All business transactions occur at the SKU item level.
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