R12.2.9 Oracle Product Hub Fundamentals Certification Training Course Overview

Enroll for the five Days R12.2.9 Oracle Product Hub Fundamentals certification training from Koenig Solutions accredited by Oracle. Oracle Product Hub Fundamentals (earlier referred to as Product Information Management (PIM)), training teaches you to implement and use Oracle Product Hub software. With the hands-on exercises, students learn how to consolidate and manage all product information in a central repository.

Target audience

  • End User
  • Implementer


  • Describe the key features of the Oracle Product Hub Fundamentals solution
  • Provide an overview of Oracle Product Hub Fundamentals
  • Setup and use the major functions of the Product Hub application

Learn To:

  • Categorize your item catalog.
  • Assign user-defined attributes to items.
  • Limit access to item data using role-based security.
  • Design a new item approval process.
  • Control changes to items.
  • Manage item structures.
  • Create Business Rules.
  • Import and Export data from other systems.


R12.2.9 Oracle Product Hub Fundamentals (40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Product Hub
  • Oracle Product Hub: Business Needs
  • Centralized Product Data
  • Operational Challenges
  • Structured and Unstructured Data Management
  • Complete View of Product Information
  • Types of Attributes
Module 2: System Setup
  • Product Hub Setup Prerequisites
  • Setup Steps
  • Product Hub Security Matrix
Module 3: Implementing Role-Based Security
  • Objectives
  • Product Hub Security Matrix
  • Item Security Levels
  • User and Role Scenario
Module 4: Setting Up Item Classes
  • The Hierarchical Taxonomy: Item Catalog Categories
  • Defining User-Defined Attributes
  • Designing ICC and Attribute Data: Sample Grid
  • Designing ICC and Attribute Data: Graphical Layout
Module 5: Creating Items
  • Creating Items Manually
  • Importing Items
  • Defining Item Catalog Import Formats
  • Updating Items Via Export and Import
Module 6: Using Style and SKU Items
  • Overview of Style and SKU Items
  • Style-SKU: Relationships
  • Style-SKU: Item Characteristics
  • Style-SKU: Parent and Child Value Sets
  • Style-SKU: Attribute Modeling
  • Inheritance Vs. Defaulting Behavior
  • Configuration Packs: SKU Packaging Hierarchy
  • Configuration Packs: Example
Module 7: Item Maintenance
  • Item Update Options
  • Mass Updating: Items, Categories, and Associations
  • Mass Updating: When to Use?
  • Mass Update Process
  • Change Management Overview
  • Basic Change Categories
Module 8: Managing Structures
  • Overview & Sample Design Flow
  • Viewing Item Structures
  • Performing Item Where-Used Queries
  • Maintaining Structures
  • Structure Types and Names
  • Structure and Component User-Defined Attributes
Module 9: Using the Product Workbench
  • Respond to Day-to-Day Business Challenges
  • Access Policies Are Respected
  • Effectivity Choices
  • Design Phase Exclusion Rules
  • Product Workbench Toolbar
  • Dynamic Structure Comparisons
  • Dynamic Structure Comparisons
Module 10: Administering Item Business Rules
  • Overview of Item Business Rules
  • Rule Associations Example
  • Setup Steps
  • Configurable Business Rules
  • Examples of Attribute Referencing
  • Special Handling: Supplier Attributes
  • Special Handling: Entity Flexfields
Module 11: Publishing Data to Other Systems
  • Overview: What Can Be Published
  • Overview: How Does Publishing Work?
  • Publishing Steps
  • Assigning Systems to an Item Catalog Category
  • Publishing Items
  • Publishing Structures
  • Viewing Publishing History
Module 12: Using Import Workbench
  • Overview of Inbound Product Data Synchronization and Data Quality Management
  • Import Workbench Process
  • Importing Information Using the Import Workbench
  • Preventing Duplicates via Match Rules
  • Creating Match Rules
  • Defining Source Systems
  • Source System Options
  • Creating Import Batches
  • Reviewing and Importing Batches
  • Performing Actions on Batches
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Course Prerequisites

Suggested Prerequisite • General understanding of Oracle Inventory and Bills of Material.