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Oracle® Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data Fusion PIM Integration Implementation and User's Guide
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This manual highlights the implementation and configuration of Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data to work with Fusion PIMDH. Additionally, it describes how to synchronize the data in Fusion PIMDH with your Enterprise DQ for Product data lenses.

By extending Enterprise DQ for Product capabilities, Oracle enables customers to improve the accuracy, completeness, and integrity of their master product data.

To understand the concepts presented, you must use this reference guide in conjunction with the Enterprise DQ for Product documents listed in "Related Documents".


You should have a basic understanding of the DataLens Technology. This includes the functionality of the Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data Knowledge Studio and Application Studio applications.

This document is intended for all users of the DataLens Technology, including:

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Related Documents

For information about configuring Fusion PIM Data Hub to use the Data Quality capabilities, see the Item Data Quality Management white paper at My Oracle Support:

For more information, see the following documents in the documentation set:

See the latest version of this and all documents in the Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data Documentation Web site at


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