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Oracle® Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data R12 PIM Connector User's Guide
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This guide highlights the core process steps and features of Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data R12 Product Information Management systems.

By extending the Oracle Product Information Management Data Hub with data quality capabilities, Oracle enables you to improve the accuracy, completeness, and integrity of your master product data.

To understand all of the features presented, you must use this guide in conjunction with the Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data documents listed in "Related Documents".


Enterprise DQ for Product is only certified with the Oracle Site Hub and Oracle Product Hub for Retail Media Pack.


You should have a basic understanding of the DataLens Technology.

This manual is designed for the new users of the Oracle Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data:

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Related Documents

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

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