This tutorial is based on product data. A huge amount of time spent by corporations is focused on the business processes that involve standardizing, sharing, cleansing, and tracking product data across the supply chain.

This Product Retail Demo tutorial guides the business user through xDM to perform everyday tasks.

What you'll learn

Enjoy this tutorial!

Background

The sample data in this tutorial is modeled after an apparel company. You will be managing data from a retail clothing store, including clothing items it carries from different brands.

By the end of this tutorial, you should also have a clear idea of how intuitive xDM is to use, how you can manage data inside xDM, and how smart design saves you time and effort when performing everyday tasks.

Before you start

Before following this tutorial, you must have setup Semarchy xDM. If you have not yet, you can follow the Quick Install tutorials from the main menu.

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If you have not already done so, you can click on the DOWNLOAD TUTORIAL RESOURCES button to download resources such as images, helper files and data sets used within this tutorial.

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The estimated duration of this unit is about 1 hour.

You can watch a video demonstrating the steps you will follow in this tutorial by clicking the "watch video" link below:

Watch video: Product Retail Demo

In each section of this tutorial, you will find links that take you directly to the part of the video that demonstrates a step you will take. Even though the videos jump to the pertinent section, the video will continue playing to the end. Stop the video after each segment to avoid running to the end of the video.

Before you can start browsing data, you first need to provide xDM with a data model. We have provided you with a demo data model that is ready to import.

Importing a data model is a task normally done by an IT team member. As a result, you are going to use the semadmin user who has full administrative privileges to do everything in the xDM platform, including import the data model.

What you'll learn

Import model

Before you can start browsing data, you first need to provide xDM with a data model. We have provided you with a demo data model that is ready to import.

The model is pre-built for you and you can find it in the tutorial resources in the demo-applications/product-retail/model folder. Or you can download it from GitHub (choose the correct version of the model and then download the XML file for importing later).

Importing a data model is a task normally done by an IT team member. As a result, we are going to use the semadmin user who has full administrative privileges to do everything in the xDM platform, including import the data model.

  1. Connect to xDM and go to the workbench application. Open your web browser and connect to the URL where xDM is installed. If you installed xDM on-premises, the URL is http://localhost:8088/semarchy/workbench. If you installed xDM on AWS, then you will need to use your public IP or DNS address to access xDM. If you did not perform the Quick Install, please ask your team member who did to provide you with the URL to access xDM.

    For more details about the Quick Install, refer to the Quick Install tutorials.

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  1. If you followed the Quick Install On-Premises tutorial, then your password is likely semadmin (or whatever you changed the password to when you set up your environment).

    If you installed xDM on AWS, then your password is your instance ID. You can find the ID in the AWS EC2 Console.

    In the login prompt (assuming you performed the Quick Install On-Premises), enter the following:
  1. User: semadmin
  2. Password: semadmin
  3. The view you currently see is the xDM Workbench. This is where xDM development and administration occurs. Import the model. In the xDM menu, select File > New > New Model from import...
    Follow the instructions in the pop up to upload the model.

  1. For Oracle users: the model is set to use PostgreSQL by default. If you are using Oracle, then you should choose the menu File > Open Model Edition...​

    Double-click the root level of the model and change the Target Database from POSTGRESQL to ORACLE.

    model target database

Now that you have your model imported, you will deploy it in a data location.

Video: Import model

Create data location

Now that you have imported the data model, it is time to deploy the model. Deploying your model builds your application. To deploy, first create a new data location, then deploy the imported model to this data location.

In this section, you will create the ProductRetail data location and deploy your model into this data location:

  1. Create a new Data Location and name it ProductRetailDemo. In the xDM menu, select File > New > New Data Location...​
  2. Follow the pop-up prompts. Use the following information as a guide:
  1. Click Finish and wait until the database tables and the application are deployed.

In the next section, you will add roles to your application.

Video: Create data location

Add roles

Data security is critical to any organization. xDM has built-in controls to limit access to data and platform tasks. To limit access in xDM, you will create two new roles:

To configure these roles:

  1. In the xDM toolbar in the upper right corner of the Workbench, click on Administration Console.
  2. In the left menu bar, double-click Roles.
  3. Click the arrow next to the Add New...​ icon on the upper right corner.
  4. Select New Role.
  5. Create a new role for DataSteward. Follow the pop-up prompts. Use the following information as a guide:
  1. Select New Role again.
  2. Create a new role for BusinessUser. Follow the pop-up prompts. Use the following information as a guide:

The next section will help you load an image library into your application.

Video: Add roles

Import images

Images corresponding to metadata concepts like "Product" and "Product Family" are most often stored in an Image Library. Images corresponding to user-definable data like the product "Blackberry Slim Pencil Skirt" or the product family "Womens clothing" are typically stored externally or added in the app when authoring data.

In this step, you will upload a zip file, gs-retail.zip, containing images to the xDM repository. Find the images library in the folder demo-applications/product-retail/image-library.

  1. In the xDM toolbar in the upper right corner of the Workbench, click on Administration Console.
  2. In the left menu bar, double-click Image Libraries.
  3. Click the button Import Image Library in the upper right corner.
    import image library
  4. In the folder image-library that comes with your resource files, select the file gs-retail.zip.
    import image library done
  5. If you see new images added such as "gs-retail/BrowseBrand.jpg" and "gs-retail/BrowseFamily.jpg", then you have successfully imported the metadata images from gs-retail.zip.
    image library success

The images are now loaded into xDM.

Video: Import images

Navigate to the application

Congratulations. You have completed the Workbench section of the tutorial. Let's summarize what we achieved:

You are now ready to navigate to the application and begin importing data! Navigate to the application to check that you have successfully followed all the steps in the Workbench Set Up section of this tutorial.

To get to the application:

  1. In the xDM toolbar in the upper right corner of the Workbench, click on Overview
  2. In the upper right quadrant of the Overview, click Welcome Page.
    overview
  3. On the Welcome Page, there should be one application called Retail MDM. Click the icon.
    retail mdm icon
  4. If you arrive at the Retail MDM application's Welcome pop up, you have successfully completed this part of the tutorial.
    welcome pop up
  5. In the Welcome wizard, click CONTINUE. Set up your profile with name and email.
  6. You filled in the basic information during the login process. Update your profile picture now. Click on the placeholder image to change your profile picture. Find the profile picture for your semadmin user, semadmin.jpg, in the folder product-retail/pictures.

The next section of the tutorial walks you through how a Data Steward can import data into the Retail Product Demo application in preparation for the Business User to browse and author data.

It's time to transition to a new user, the Data Steward, as we now move away from development and administrative tasks to data stewardship tasks.

To log out:

  1. Navigate to the upper right corner of the application.
  2. Click on the profile picture.
  3. Select Log out.

Next, you will connect as the data steward and import data into your application.

Video: Navigate to the application

Congratulations

You have completed the Workbench section of the tutorial. Let's summarize what we achieved:

You are now ready to navigate to the application and begin importing data!

Before you can start browsing data, you first need to import data into the application.

We have provided you with demo data that is ready to import, including:

Importing data is a task normally done by a Data Steward. As a result, we are going to use the datasteward user who has the privileges to import data in the ProductRetailDemo model.

To prepare for importing sample data, locate the sample data files we provided you in the folder called datasets that came with the resources folder (demo-applications/product-retail/datasets). You should find 7 Excel files:

You will, as the datasteward, also fix errors and delete some records after importing the datasets.

Connect as data steward

Begin by logging into the application and setting up your profile.

To get to the application:

  1. Log in using the datasteward user credentials. (If you set up xDM using the Quick Install On-Premises guide, your password is datasteward. If you followed the Quick Install AWS, your password is your instance ID.)
  2. Go to the Retail MDM application. You are now in the Retail MDM application where Data Stewards and Business Users spend most of their time, performing their daily tasks.
  3. In the Welcome wizard, complete your profile as the data steward. Be sure to then edit your profile and set your profile picture. Find the profile picture for your data steward user, datasteward.jpg, in the folder product-retail/pictures.

You are now connected as the data steward.

Video: Connect as data steward

Import data

In this section, you will import the demo data from the tutorial resources. The can be found under demo-applications/product-retail/datasets. You can also download the datasets from Github.

To import data, while connected as datasteward, navigate to the left menu bar. Click the Start Here menu item:

start here

Import Brands

  1. Click on Import Brands.
  2. Follow the pop-up prompts. Choose the file starting-1-brand.xlsx.
  3. Semarchy xDM should detect that your Excel file has a header. You can see a preview of your data. This is one of many examples of how xDM intelligently helps you manage your data.
  4. Click CONTINUE. At the Define mappings step, make sure the columns from the Excel file are mapped correctly to the Brand columns.
  5. Click CONTINUE. xDM gives you a summary of the data to be imported. Click FINISH.
  6. Your Brand data has now loaded into xDM, but it's only visible to you. To submit it to the MDM and make it visible to all users, click the FINISH button in the bottom right corner.
  7. You know you have successfully loaded data when you see confirmation messages "New data submitted." and "Changes successfully applied." in the pop-up toaster menu shown in the lower left corner.

Import Families

Import Subfamilies

Import Sizes

Import Products

  1. Follow the same process but choose the file starting-5-product.xlsx. The Define mappings step should show column names that reflect the starting-5-product.xlsx Excel file.
  2. We introduced some errors into the starting-5-product.xlsx Excel file to demonstrate how xDM checks data quality. The model you imported contains Validation rules that require all products to have a brand and checks that each product belongs to a subfamily that in turn corresponds to the correct family. It requires that the Sales Unit conform to standard values and that Descriptions are populated. The errors show there are records that violate these Validation rules.
  3. Click FINISH in the bottom right corner. You will see the Found data validation issues pop up to warn you about the errors in the spreadsheet you just imported. The workflow allows you to edit the records to correct the errors before submitting. In this tutorial, we are going to skip past these errors for now.
  4. Click PROCEED ANYWAY to skip the errors and save the records. You are going to submit the records to xDM. Later, you will revisit the errors and see how you can handle them.
  5. You know you have successfully loaded data when you see confirmation messages "New data submitted." and "Changes applied with warnings." in the lower left corner.

Import Items

Import Item Images

Congratulations! You have learned how to import data into xDM. Before we begin browsing the data as a business user would, let's check that all the Excel files were successfully imported.

Video: Import data

Check data

  1. In the Navigation Drawer, find the section "More". Click on the link Product Catalog.
  2. Click on All Item Images.
  3. If you see records in Item Images then you have successfully imported all 7 Excel files. If you do not see any records, then something has gone wrong. Retrace your steps in the import steps above and try again.

Check that you have data in Item Images as shown and browse your products as shown in the video.

Video: Check data

Fix Errors

Remember the errors we introduced in the Import Products section? Even though xDM allowed you to skip through the errors when importing product data, the validation rules routed these bad records into an error queue so you can take action on them. Let's visit the error queue now to see how xDM handles errors.

  1. In the Navigation Drawer, find the section "More". Click on Browse Errors. The starting-5-product.xlsx Excel file introduced some errors. Even though xDM allowed you to skip through the errors when importing the data, the Validation rules routed these bad records into an error queue so that these errors do not flow downstream and pollute your systems. The error queue also highlights the bad records so you can take action on them, such as edit them to fix the problems and send them back into xDM for reprocessing.
  2. Let's look at the error queue that caught the bad product data. Click on Product Errors.
  3. Click the first product in the list, "Airstrides Contrails Speedy Cross-trainers".
  4. Click on the tab ERROR DETAILS to see the reason this product was rejected. The details say "Brand MANDATORY". The product is missing a Brand.
  5. To fix the error, click the "more" button represented by 3 vertical dots in the upper right corner.
  6. Choose the Edit option.
  7. A stepper opens up to walk you through the steps to edit a product. Under Brand, click the picker icon to open the window to choose a brand. The Select Brand pop up appears.
    brand picker
  8. You can see all the brands available. Choose the first option "Air Strides".
    air strides
  9. Click CONTINUE.
  10. On the Additional Attributes step, click FINISH. You have successfully corrected the error. The product "Airstrides Contrails Speedy Cross-trainers" should disappear from the Product Errors list and appear in the regular All Products view with the rest of the correct products.
  11. When the toaster message in the lower left corner pops up with the message "New data submitted." and "Changes successfully applied. CLICK TO REFRESH", click the button CLICK TO REFRESH. This refreshes the data. Let's navigate back to the Errors again to see the update take effect.
  12. Click on the Browse Errors view again.
  13. Click on Product Errors. You should see fewer errors because one has been corrected. The "Airstrides Contrails Speedy Cross-trainers" product has disappeared from the Product Errors list.

You successfully fixed a product error and reprocessed it in xDM. Go ahead and fix the other errors.

As the data steward, you successfully fixed data errors in xDM.

Navigate to Browse Errors > Product Errors after fixing the errors. You should see an empty error queue.

Video: Fix errors

Delete records

In addition to browsing errors and correcting bad data, you can also delete records in xDM. We created two incorrect sizes in the starting-4-size.xlsx Excel file. You will walk through how to delete those 2 sizes.

  1. Navigate to the left menu bar. Under the More section, click on Reference Data.
  2. Click on Sizes.
  3. Select the first two sizes under the Family, Boys clothing. The sizes "00" and "0" are not valid. delete sizes
  4. Click the menu button.
  5. Select the Delete option.
  6. You are prompted with a confirmation message. Once you delete, you cannot undo this action. Click DELETE. You should see the confirmation toaster message "2 record(s) sent for deletion" in the lower left corner. To see the change, click the menu button and then the Refresh button to refresh the data.
    refresh

You have successfully deleted two sizes from xDM.

Video: Delete records

It is important to be careful about which users have the permission to delete data. In the Retail application, the data steward has permission to delete records but the business user does not.

Congratulations

You have successfully accomplished common data steward tasks, including:

You are now ready to transform into the Business User to perform tasks such as browsing data, searching data, and authoring new data.

You are now ready to browse and search data in the application! These are tasks normally done by a Business User, such as a project manager, product manager, finance manager, and so on. Business users interact with xDM to achieve a goal, such as searching for products, updating information, and exporting data.

As a result, we are going to use the Business User user who has the privileges to browse and search data in the application to:

Connect as business user

Begin by logging into the application and setting up your profile.

To get to the application:

  1. Log in using the businessuser user credentials. (If you set up xDM using the Quick Install On-Premises guide, your password is businessuser. If you followed the Quick Install AWS, your password is your instance ID.)
  2. Go to the Retail MDM application.
  3. In the Welcome wizard, complete your profile as the business user. Be sure to then edit your profile and set your profile picture. Find the profile picture for your business user, businessuser.jpg, in the product-retail/pictures.

You are now connected as the business user.

Video: Connect as business user

Browse and Search Data

Imagine you are a fashion buyer working for a clothing retailer. You are interested in the recent popularity of pencil skirts. You know your company carries products in this category so you use xDM to find what existing products you have. You can browse and search in xDM to find information about the existing skirts and dresses.

Global Search

When you first log in as the Business User, you arrive at the Global Search homepage. You can find this Global Search in the left menu bar by clicking on Search or the icon in the upper right.

To use the Global Search:

  1. Connect to the application as the businessuser. (If you set up xDM using the Quick Install On-Premises guide, your password is businessuser. If you followed the Quick Install AWS, your password is your instance ID.) You should arrive at the Global Search homepage. You can also find the Global Search in the left menu bar by clicking on Search.
  2. Search for pencil. Type in pencil in the Search text field. Click the blue search icon. You should see one result, a product called Blackberry Slim Pencil Skirt.
  3. Click the product to learn more. You will see information about the product, including:
  1. Click on the tab ITEMS to see the range of sizes and colors in which the product is available.
  2. Search for other terms and navigate the application on your own.

Video: Global Search

Search Filters

In addition to the Global Search, you can also browse using custom views and Search Filters.

To use Search Filters:

  1. In the Navigation Drawer, find the section Quick Access.
    Click on All Products.
    All Products is a custom view made to help you quickly browse all products in the Retail MDM application.
    menu bar
  2. To find all skirts the company carries, click on the Filter icon in the upper right corner of the application. The filter menu appears. By default, a new filter will be created.
  3. Keep the default Search type on Full-text. In the Search Text field, type in the keyword: skirt
  4. Click the button APPLY at the top of the filter to perform the search. You should see 6 products show up. These are products related to the keyword skirt in some way.
  5. It is important to save this search filter in case you want to refer to it in the future or share it with your coworkers. Click the button SAVE AS in the lower right corner of the filter menu.
  6. Give the filter the name Skirt.
  7. Once you click SAVE, xDM will take you to the MY FILTERS menu where you can see all the previously saved filters you created or your co-workers shared with you.
  8. You are going to share the Skirt filter so it is available to your coworkers. Click on the menu button next to the Skirt filter.
    filter menu
  9. Select the option Share. You should see the confirmation message "Filter 'Skirt' is now shared with all users." Now your co-workers will be able to access this filter if they need to perform the same search.
  10. Filters are very powerful. You can chain multiple filters together to further narrow your search. Create a second filter to see how this works. Click NEW FILTER. This is the same tab previously used to create the skirt filter.
  11. Enter the Search Text: casual
  12. Click APPLY. Now you should see only 1 product called Leslie Styles Women Contrast Color Stripes T-shirt because both the Skirt and the casual filters are turned on.
  13. Save this new filter with the name Casual.
  14. Under the MY FILTERS menu, you can now toggle the filters to turn them on and off. For example, toggle off the Skirt filter and click APPLY. You should see only the results from the Casual filter now.
    my filters

More on search and filters can be found in the Data Authoring track > Unit 6. Search and Application Configuration of the tutorial.

Video: Search Filters

Browse hierarchies

Searching is useful and very fast when you know which keywords to use. Other times you may want to browse data using hierarchies instead of searching with keywords. xDM allows you to build different views so business users can quickly access data they regularly use. For example, we have designed hierarchy views to allow you to browse by product families and by brands:

To browse hierarchies:

  1. Navigate to the left menu bar. Under Quick Access, click on the hierarchy view By Family. You see product data categorized by product families.
  2. In the tree view click on the family Mens shoes. You see the subfamily categories under the product family Mens shoes.
    treeview by family murphys
  3. Click on the subfamily Business. You see a list of all the men's business shoes.
  4. Click on the product called Murphy's Classic Leather Shoe in the tree view. This opens the detailed form view for this product. You can now learn about this product the same way you browsed the Blackberry Slim Pencil Skirt.
  5. Click on the icon ITEMS. You see the list of different sizes that the Murphy's Classic Leather Shoe comes in.
    items
  6. Click on the item with a Size of 6 for Murphy's Classic Leather Shoe. You can see the item information for this particular size of Murphy's Classic Leather Shoe.
  7. Click on the tab IMAGES. This item has 3 images associated with it. You can browse these item images to see different views of the Murphy's Classic Leather Shoe in Size 6.

The hierarchy view is configurable. Different users are able to see different hierarchies depending on how developers configure the application.

More on hierarchies can be found in the Data Authoring track > Unit 4. Business Views and Hierarchies of the tutorial.

Video: Browse hierarchies

View graph

There are times when you want to explore the data but you don't know which keywords to search for. Similarly, the data may not be structured in a hierarchy where there is a clear parent-child relationship.

Graph views of your data allow you to understand relationships in your data that searching and browsing hierarchies do not uncover. For example, if you are looking at a shoe, a graph view allows you to see the other clothing items that the brand sells, beyond shoes. It also shows you other brands and the products they carry in the same shoe size as the product you are browsing.

Select a product and navigate its graph as shown.

To view the graph relationships:

  1. Navigate to the left menu bar. Under Quick Access, click on All Products.
  2. Click on the second column name which should be titled ID. Click the word ID until the arrow is pointing upwards. This sorts the table of records by the ID and having the arrow pointing upwards sorts the values in an ascending order.
  3. Click on the first product in the table. It should be called "Simmi Professional Suits" from the brand "Giorgio for Men".
  4. Click on the Menu icon in the upper right corner of the application.
  5. Choose Graph View.
    graph view
  6. xDM builds a graph view. You can explore the graph.
    graph
  7. To move the graph, hover over it until you see your pointer cursor turn into the move cursor. Click down and drag to reposition the graph.
  8. To zoom in and out of the graph, roll your mouse's scroll wheel.
  9. To move items in the graph position your mouse cursor over the left side of the label where there are white or blacks dots over a colored background. Click and drag. You will see the item move with your mouse and the arrow pointing to it will move along with the label. Release and the item will be repositioned.
  10. The graph tells you that the "Simmi Professional Suits" comes in multiple items because there are different sizes of this product under the same "Giorgio for Men" brand. Expand the family "Mens Clothing" to find other products in this family.
    graph mens clothing

Video: View graph

Congratulations

You have discovered some of the browsing capabilities of xDM. You have learned how to:

You are now ready to author product data as the business user. You will experience how xDM can guide you through the data authoring experience. You will be authoring new product data and the associated items and images.

Authoring data is designed to be as simple as possible in xDM because we recognize it is a daily task for business users. We have designed a process that makes authoring product data very easy with step-by-step guidance.

This section of the tutorial will teach you how to create a new product and associated items and images. We provide you the data which you can type or copy and paste into the Retail MDM application. We designed a two-step data entry process where the business user first enters data. Then, the workflow is assigned to the Data Steward who will review the data and finally submit it to xDM. This process demonstrates how teams can collaborate using workflows and how permissions can be set.

You can type or copy and paste into the Retail MDM application. Find the data in the Product-Retail > HelperFiles > track-0D-unit2-polka-power.txt.

Follow the two-step data entry process where the Business User first enters data. Then, the Data Steward will review the data and finally save it to xDM.

Create a product

You are going to add a new product under the brand Rainbow Scout. The Add Product workflow takes you through the process of adding the new product, its corresponding items, and item images with detailed guidance.

To add a new product:

  1. Navigate to the left menu bar. Under Quick Access, click Add Product. xDM should take you to the Add Product workflow which guides you through the process of authoring product data.
  2. On the General Information step, enter the following data:
  1. Click CONTINUE.
  2. On the Additional Attributes step, enter the following data:
  1. Click CONTINUE.

To add the item information to the Polka Power product:

  1. The Add Product workflow is guiding you through entering item and image data now. On the Itemstep, enter the following data:
  1. Click CONTINUE.

To add the image information to the Polka Power Size 6 item:

  1. On the Item Image step, enter the following data:
  1. Click GO TO LIST to save this item and item image information. By clicking GO TO LIST you are now back to the list of Items.

To add a second item to the Polka Power product:

  1. On the Item step, click ADD ANOTHER
  2. Enter the following data for the second item:
  1. Click CONTINUE.

To add the image information to the Polka Power Size 8 item:

  1. On the Item Image step, enter the following data:
  1. Click GO TO LIST. This saves the item image you just added and returns you to the Items step of the workflow.
  2. Click GO TO LIST again. This saves the item information and returns you to the Products step of the workflow.
  3. Click FINISH. The FINISH TASK pop up asks you what is the next task you would like the workflow to progress to.
  4. Choose "Review Product" to send the workflow to the Data Steward user for review and approval.
    finish task business
  5. On the REVIEW PRODUCT pop up, click OK. You should see the toaster message pop up "Add Product - Review Product to DataSteward" confirming you successfully passed the workflow to the Data Steward user to review the product you just added.

You have successfully submitted a product creation request to the data steward.

As a final step in this tutorial, it's time to transition back to the Data Steward to approve the new product.

To log out:

  1. Navigate to the upper right corner of the application.
  2. Click on the profile picture.
  3. Select Log out.

Now log back in as the Data Steward user. At the login prompt, enter the following:

Video: Create a product

Review product

As the Data Steward user, you are going to review the product data that the Business User user added and save it to xDM if you approve it.

To review and submit the data:

  1. Connect as the datasteward user.
  2. Navigate to the left menu bar. Click Inbox.
    inbox menu
  3. You should see one pending workflow called "Add Product > Approve Product" assigned to the DataSteward role. Any user with this role can claim the workflow. Click on the START button to claim it. Then enter the workflow and approve the newly added product.
    inbox workflow
  4. Once in the workflow, you can check the data to confirm it is correct. At this point, you can perform multiple actions in the workflow, including:
  1. Make any changes you would like to the "Polka Power" product. To edit it, click on the product. You will enter the product workflow where you can edit the product, item, and item image information.
  2. Once you are ready to save and publish this new product, click the FINISH button. The FINISH TASK pop up asks you what is the next task you would like the workflow to progress to.
  3. Choose "Save to xDM".
    finish task steward
  4. On the SAVE TO XDM pop up, click OK.
  5. You know you have successfully loaded data when you see confirmation messages "Add Product - Save to xDM" in the lower left corner.

You have successfully submitted the product data. The product is now available to everyone who is authorized to view it.

This authoring process demonstrates how teams can collaborate using workflows and how permissions can be set.

This authoring process demonstrates how teams can collaborate using workflows and how permissions can be set.

Video: Review product

Congratulations

You learned how to author data in xDM.

Great job going through this tutorial!

You will find more information about how to design such applications in the Data Authoring and Data Consolidation tracks of the tutorial series.

This tutorial taught you how to use xDM for a product data management project. In addition to product data, xDM is capable of addressing all types of data, including customer data, location data, reference data, organization data, supplier data, and other domains.

Well done! You have completed your first data management project with Semarchy xDM.

In this tutorial, you learned how to:

You will find more demo application tutorials, including the Customer B2C Demo, in the tutorial series.

There are also tutorials about how to design applications in the Data Authoring and Data Consolidation tutorial tracks.

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