User Assistance Portal Getting Started User Guide

User Assistance Portal Getting Started User Guide

User Assistance Portal

Getting Started User

Guide

Getting Started

Getting Started

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Statement of Conditions

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RedPrairie User Assistance Portal ____________________________________________________________ 7

Description _____________________________________________________________________________ 7

Benefits _______________________________________________________________________________ 7

Pages and Spaces ________________________________________________________________________ 8

Description _____________________________________________________________________________ 8

Example: Pages and Spaces ______________________________________________________________ 8

Pages ________________________________________________________________________________ 9

Description _________________________________________________________________________ 9

Home Page _________________________________________________________________________ 9

Description ____________________________________________________________________ 10

Example: Home Page Elements ___________________________________________________ 10

Product Home Pages ________________________________________________________________ 12

Description ____________________________________________________________________ 12

Example: Product Home Page Elements _____________________________________________ 13

Documentation Pages ________________________________________________________________ 15

Description ____________________________________________________________________ 16

Example: Documentation Page Elements ____________________________________________ 16

Spaces _______________________________________________________________________________ 17

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 18

Browse Menu ______________________________________________________________________ 18

Example: Browse Menu ______________________________________________________________ 18

Collaborating on the RedPrairie User Assistance Portal __________________________________________ 20

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 20

Forum _______________________________________________________________________________ 20

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 20

Ground Rules for Use ________________________________________________________________ 20

Participation Encouragement __________________________________________________________ 21

Ground Rules for Comments and Posts __________________________________________________ 22

Description ____________________________________________________________________ 22

Ground Rules __________________________________________________________________ 22

Access the Forum ___________________________________________________________________ 23

Page Comments _______________________________________________________________________ 23

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 23

Example: Page Comment _____________________________________________________________ 24

Add, Modify or Delete a Page Comment __________________________________________________ 24

Reply to a Page Comment ____________________________________________________________ 25

Link to a Page Comment ______________________________________________________________ 26

View or Hide Page Comments _________________________________________________________ 27

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Finding Information on the RedPrairie User Assistance Portal _____________________________________ 28

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 28

Links and Manual Navigation Methods ______________________________________________________ 28

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 28

Example: Navigation Links on the User Assistance Portal ____________________________________ 29

Breadcrumb Trail ____________________________________________________________________ 30

Example: Breadcrumb Trail ____________________________________________________________ 30

Finding Related Content ______________________________________________________________ 31

Automated Search ______________________________________________________________________ 31

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 31

User Assistance Portal Search Elements _________________________________________________ 31

Quick Navigation Menu _______________________________________________________________ 33

Description ____________________________________________________________________ 33

Example: Quick Navigation Menu __________________________________________________ 33

Search Syntax ______________________________________________________________________ 34

Description ____________________________________________________________________ 34

Syntax Table __________________________________________________________________ 34

Subscribing to Content Updates _____________________________________________________________ 36

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 36

Watches ______________________________________________________________________________ 36

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 36

Watch Types _______________________________________________________________________ 37

Watch or Stop Watching a Page ________________________________________________________ 37

Watch or Stop Watching a Space _______________________________________________________ 37

Enable or Disable Autowatch __________________________________________________________ 39

View Watched Pages and Spaces ______________________________________________________ 40

Following Users ________________________________________________________________________ 41

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 41

Follow or Stop Following Another User ___________________________________________________ 42

View Activity of Users You Are Following _________________________________________________ 44

Define Email Preferences and Notifications __________________________________________________ 45

User Profiles ____________________________________________________________________________ 48

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 48

Example: User Profile ___________________________________________________________________ 48

Edit Your User Profile ___________________________________________________________________ 49

Favorites _______________________________________________________________________________ 52

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 52

Example: Favorites List __________________________________________________________________ 52

Add or Remove a Page or Space from Favorites ______________________________________________ 53

View Favorite Pages and Spaces __________________________________________________________ 54

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Generating Documents from Portal Content ___________________________________________________ 56

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 56

Generate a PDF File from Portal Content ____________________________________________________ 56

Print a Page from the Portal ______________________________________________________________ 60

Staying Connected with RedPrairie __________________________________________________________ 62

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 62

Related Topics _________________________________________________________________________ 62

Contact a Product Manager _______________________________________________________________ 62

Introduction ________________________________________________________________________ 62

Contacts __________________________________________________________________________ 63

Follow RedPrairie on Twitter ______________________________________________________________ 63

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 63

Example: RedPrairie Twitter Page ______________________________________________________ 64

Report a Documentation Issue ____________________________________________________________ 64

User Groups ____________________________________________________________________________ 67

Description ____________________________________________________________________________ 67

RedPrairie User Groups _________________________________________________________________ 67

User Group Meetings ___________________________________________________________________ 67

Annual Enhancement Surveys ____________________________________________________________ 68

New Release Webinars __________________________________________________________________ 68

Discussion Forum ______________________________________________________________________ 68

How to Join ___________________________________________________________________________ 68

Frequently Asked Questions About the User Groups ___________________________________________ 68

Description ________________________________________________________________________ 68

What are the terms and conditions for participating in the User Groups? _________________________ 69

How do I access the User Groups? ______________________________________________________ 69

How can I be alerted to activity on the pages in the User Group space? _________________________ 69

How do I add a comment to a page? ____________________________________________________ 69

How do I add my contact information to the User Group portal? _______________________________ 69

What is the discussion forum? _________________________________________________________ 70

Add, Modify or Delete User Group Contact Information _________________________________________ 70

Security ________________________________________________________________________________ 72

Hosting ______________________________________________________________________________ 72

Internet Security _______________________________________________________________________ 72

SAS70 _______________________________________________________________________________ 72

Supported Platforms and Accessibility ________________________________________________________ 73

Supported Web Browsers ________________________________________________________________ 73

Accessibility ___________________________________________________________________________ 73

Logins _______________________________________________________________________________ 73

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RedPrairie User Assistance Portal Terms and Conditions _________________________________________ 74

DISCLAIMER FOR THIS SITE ____________________________________________________________ 74

REDPRAIRIE USER ASSISTANCE PORTAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE __________________ 74

PROVISIONS AND USE OF CONTENT _____________________________________________________ 74

Licenses and Rights _________________________________________________________________ 75

No Support ________________________________________________________________________ 75

Responsibility for Content _____________________________________________________________ 75

CONDUCT ____________________________________________________________________________ 75

Prohibited Conduct __________________________________________________________________ 75

Viruses and Destructive Code __________________________________________________________ 76

DISCLAIMER, LIMITATION AND INDEMNIFICATION __________________________________________ 76

Disclaimer of Warranties ______________________________________________________________ 76

Limitation of Liability _________________________________________________________________ 77

Indemnification _____________________________________________________________________ 77

GENERAL ____________________________________________________________________________ 77

Governing Law and Forum ____________________________________________________________ 77

Modification; Entire Understanding ______________________________________________________ 77

Intellectual Property Notices ___________________________________________________________ 78

Copyright Abuse & Notice _____________________________________________________________ 78

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RedPrairie User Assistance Portal

Description

Benefits

Description

The RedPrairie User Assistance Portal is a wiki-based repository of product user documentation and technical information. The objective of the portal is to help you be self sufficient in solving issues that you may have when implementing and using RedPrairie products. For example, on the User Assistance Portal you will find the latest release notes, system requirements and installation guides, configuration guides and user guides, as well as quick links to other sources of educational information (such as available training opportunities, user groups and a community forum).

Most importantly, the collaborative features of this wiki-based portal empower you with the opportunity to:

Help RedPrairie continuously improve the content that is delivered by commenting on topics and identifying any information that you perceive to be inaccurate.

Subscribe to content update notifications.

Solicit assistance from and provide support to other RedPrairie product users in a community-based product forum.

Benefits

The User Assistance Portal provides these benefits:

Acts as a single point of access to all relevant user assistance.

Engages you in the RedPrairie product documentation development process.

Supports continuous updates.

Turns RedPrairie documentation into a living, interactive hub where you can come to:

Find answers

Suggest improvements

Identify documentation problems

Propose new content

Exchange ideas

Help others

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Pages and Spaces

Description

Example: Pages and Spaces

Description

A page is a wiki-based document that resides on the User Assistance Portal and provides information about a

RedPrairie product or product feature. A space is an area on the User Assistance Portal that contains all of the wiki pages that pertain to a specific product or source of information. For example, all of the getting started information is located in the Getting Started space. Likewise, all of the RedPrairie Warehouse Management documentation is located in the Warehouse Management space.

Together, pages and spaces provide access to the RedPrairie product documentation, user forums, customer support information, social media links and product training material available on the User Assistance Portal.

Example: Pages and Spaces

This diagram illustrates the relationship between pages and spaces on the User Assistance Portal. The portal is comprised of spaces, each of which contain pages of content.

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Pages

Description

Description

A page is a wiki-based document that resides on the User Assistance Portal and provides information about a

RedPrairie product or product feature. The User Assistance Portal is comprised of these page types:

Home page

– Central navigation hub for the User Assistance Portal that provides direct access to portal navigation elements, portal-wide features and product home pages.

Product home page

– Central navigation hub for each RedPrairie product that provides direct access to product documentation.

Documentation page

– Content that describes RedPrairie products and features. Documentation pages can contain conceptual and procedural information, product overviews, technical specification or configuration information, and are typically comprised of a contents page and individual child pages that contain the content for the document.

Home Page

Description

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Example: Home Page Elements

Description

The User Assistance Portal home page is the central navigation point for all content and product information on the portal. The home page provides:

Site-wide links to other features in the Support Cloud, such as the Forum, RP University, Support and

User Groups.

Links to available documentation for all RedPrairie products.

Access to videos and information to help you get started using the portal.

Access to the RedPrairie Twitter page

A link to a product manager contact page that provides information about how you can contact your

RedPrairie product manager.

Once you leave the home page to navigate the portal, you can return at any time by clicking the:

Home link in the User Assistance Portal breadcrumb trail.

User Assistance Portal Home link on the left navigation pane.

RedPrairie logo located on the left navigation pane on all the portal pages.

Example: Home Page Elements

This image is an example of the User Assistance Portal home page.

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This table describes the elements available on the User Assistance Portal home page.

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Key Element

Menu

Description

Provides access to other areas of the RedPrairie Support Cloud. For more information about the Forum, RP University, Support or User Groups, see Getting Started Home.

Search fields Lets you enter criteria to search for content on the entire portal. You can configure the product selection drop-down box to search for content across all products or limit your search to a single product.

Google

Translate

Lets you select a language into which all the portal content is translated. The content on all the portal pages will appear in the selected language.

Contents List of the product groups and products for which content is available on the portal. This list provides access to the product home page for each RedPrairie product. You click a product name to access the product's home page.

Explains the purpose of the portal and where to go for additional support.

Welcome message

Getting

Started

Stay

Connected links

Briefly describes how to get started using the portal and provides a link to content that further explains how to use the portal.

Provide access to the RedPrairie Twitter page and a contacts page that provides information about how you can contact your RedPrairie product manager.

Documentation download link

Provides access to the documentation on the portal available in Adobe PDF and ZIP formats.

Product Home Pages

Description

Example: Product Home Page Elements

Description

Product home pages are the central navigation points for all User Assistance Portal content associated with

RedPrairie products. Product home pages provide access to:

Online help and product documentation for current and previous versions of RedPrairie products.

Current and previous versions of product documentation in Adobe PDF and ZIP formats.

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When you navigate from the portal home page to a product home page, the left navigation pane changes from site-wide navigation to product-specific navigation. You can use this product-specific navigation pane to explore all the content for the current version of the selected product. To access previous versions of the product, you click a link in the Previous Versions panel on the product home page.

When you leave a product area, you can return at any time by first navigating to the portal home page, and then selecting the appropriate product from the site-wide navigation. For more information, see

Home Page

.

Example: Product Home Page Elements

This image is an example of a product home page on the User Assistance Portal.

This table describes the elements available on a product home page.

Key Element

Breadcrumb trail

Description

Provides a visual trail of links from the home page to your current location on the User

Assistance Portal. You can click the links in the breadcrumb trail to open any of the listed pages.

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Navigation pane

Navigation area that appears on the left side of the product home pages and documentation pages. The navigation pane includes these features:

Google Translate

– Lets you select a language into which all the portal content is translated. The content on all the portal pages will appear in the selected language.

Space search

– Limits your search for documentation to the space in which you are currently working. For more information, see

Pages and Spaces .

User Assistance Portal Home link

– Provides access to the User Assistance

Portal home page.

Report a Documentation Issue link

– Lets you submit a report identifying errors or omissions in portal content.

Documentation

– Provides links to the available documentation for the product that you are viewing. You can click a document to access the information in the content pane on the right.

Browse menu Provides access to space management pages that let you view and manage information about the space in which you are working. Specifically, the Browse menu lets you view a:

Summary of pages and attachments in the space in which you are working.

Page listing advanced details about the space.

Graphical display of the viewing and editing activity in the space over the current time period.

List of the most popular and active pages in the space.

List of the authors who made the most edits to pages in the space in the current time period.

Links to general information about Atlassian Confluence (the wiki engine that powers the User Assistance Portal).

User menu Displays settings and options specific to your user account. You can use this menu to access:

Your user profile.

Recent activity of the users that you are following.

A list of the personal labels that you have created and the number of pages that contain them.

A list of the pages that you are watching.

Your general and email settings.

Show/Hide icon

Expands or collapses the left navigation pane.

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Portal search field

Version banner

Lets you search the entire User Assistance Portal based on specific search criteria.

Displays the product version to which the current page is associated. You can click the product link displayed in this banner to access previous versions of documentation for the product that you are viewing.

Page header Area that displays the:

Title of the product home page that you are viewing.

Links and information about the author(s) that created and updated the page, and the date on which the page was last updated.

Buttons that provide access to other areas of the RedPrairie Customer Portal.

For more information about the Forum, RP University, Support or User Groups, see Getting Started Home.

Portal task menus that provide links to the various functions that you can perform on the page. You can click the:

Add menu to add a comment on the page that you are viewing.

Tools menu to:

View more detailed information about the page.

Watch the page.

Mark the page as a favorite.

Generate an Adobe PDF file of the page.

Documentation pane

Main viewing area of the product home page. The documentation pane includes these features:

Stay Connected links

– Provide access to the RedPrairie Twitter page and a contacts page that provides information about how you can contact your

RedPrairie product manager.

Documentation panel

– Provides links to and descriptions of the available documentation for the product that you are viewing. You click a link to access the information.

Download link

– Provides access to the documentation on the portal available in Adobe PDF and ZIP formats.

Previous Versions links

– Provides access to previous versions of the documentation available for the product that you are viewing.

Documentation Pages

Description

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Example: Documentation Page Elements

Description

Documentation pages are wiki pages that contain help topics, product overviews and technical documentation for a RedPrairie product. Each documentation page provides targeted information about a single topic and can also include links to other pages related to the topic. To access a documentation page, you click a document on the left navigation pane, and then either click:

A link from the table of contents page that appears on the content pane.

The expand icon ( ) on the left navigation pane to view the contents of the document. You can then click any of the displayed documentation pages to view the content. Documentation pages appear on the left navigation pane in a hierarchy that visually indicates their relationship to other pages. For example, child pages appear nested below parent pages, and can be viewed by clicking next to the parent page.

In addition to informational content about RedPrairie products, documentation pages can also include:

Common portal navigation, reporting and search features. For more information about these features, see

Home Page

.

Links to previous versions of product documentation.

Links to current and previous documentation in Adobe PDF and ZIP formats.

A user survey that lets you indicate whether the content you are viewing is helpful, and if not, how you would like to see it improved.

Example: Documentation Page Elements

This image is an example of a documentation page on the User Assistance Portal.

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This table describes the elements available on a documentation page.

Key Element Description

Navigation pane

When you open a documentation page, the left navigation pane highlights the page that you are viewing. You can click a link in this pane to view a related topic. For more information about the elements available in the navigation pane, see

Product Home Pages .

Displays content of the topic that you have selected.

Content pane

Related

Topics

User

Survey

Lists links to content that provides additional information about the topic that you are viewing.

Lets you send feedback to the User Assistance team as to whether the content you are viewing is helpful. If you select No, you can also add a comment explaining how you would like to see the content improved to meet your needs.

Spaces

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Description

Browse Menu

Example: Browse Menu

Description

A space is an area on the User Assistance Portal that contains all of the wiki pages about a specific product or source of information. For example, all of the getting started information is located in the Getting Started space.

Similarly, all of the RedPrairie Warehouse Management information is located in the Warehouse Management space.

When you are working in a space, you have access to:

Pages of content about the subject matter of the space.

A home page that provides an overview of the space contents.

A navigation pane and a search tool to locate information in the space.

The Browse menu that provides advanced options for viewing details about the pages, attachments and settings for the space.

To determine the space in which you are working, you can:

View the space name that appears directly after the Home link on the breadcrumb trail.

Click the Browse menu, and then select Pages. The name of the space appears at the top of the tree view.

Browse Menu

The Browse menu is available on the menu bar of each product home page or documentation page on the portal. You can use this menu to view detailed information about the space in which you are working.

Specifically, you can:

View an expandable tree view of all the pages in the space.

View a list of all the attachments in the space.

Access an advanced menu from which you can

View details about the space, such as who created the space, what labels are applied to the space and the space description.

View templates used in the creation of pages in the space.

Watch the space so that you are notified of any modifications to the content on the pages in the space. For more information, see

Watches

.

Add the space to your favorites. For more information, see

Favorites .

View activity charts and details for the space that display:

Pages that have been viewed and edited most frequently.

Most active contributors to content in the space.

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Example: Browse Menu

This image is an example of the product home page in the Warehouse Management space with the Browse menu expanded. The Browse menu is available on the menu bar of all product home pages and documentation pages on the User Assistance Portal.

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Collaborating on the RedPrairie User Assistance

Portal

Description

Description

The User Assistance Portal is a unique environment on which users can collaborate to share experiences and post input about RedPrairie products and documentation. When you collaborate with RedPrairie and with other users on the User Assistance Portal, you can:

Share your unique viewpoint.

Ask questions about products or documentation.

Benefit from the contributions that other users make.

There are several ways in which you can collaborate with RedPrairie and other users on the portal. Specifically, you can:

View, add and reply to comments on any page.

Report a documentation error.

View and contribute to conversations on a community forum.

Forum

Description

Ground Rules for Use

Participation Encouragement

Description

The forum is a communication tool that lets you view, post and reply to comments or questions online. On the forum, you will find forums for each RedPrairie product. RedPrairie employees and customers can read your comments or questions, and then respond with their own remarks. You can subscribe to a particular product forum to receive an email whenever a post is made on the forum.

Ground Rules for Use

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In addition to the rules defined on the RedPrairie User Assistance Portal Terms and Conditions page, a simplified list of ground rules were defined to ensure that participation on the forum is a pleasant and helpful experience. To review the ground rules, see

Ground Rules for Comments and Posts .

Participation Encouragement

RedPrairie encourages all employees and customers to participate in forum discussions. To encourage participation, the forum includes a ranking system. Specifically, the forum consists of two user categories,

RedPrairie Internal and Forum User, and within each category there are multiple ranks.

The first category, RedPrairie Internal, is reserved for RedPrairie employees, and the ranks within this category are assigned by a forum administrator. These are the current RedPrairie Internal ranks:

Designer

Developer

RedPrairie User

Services

Administrator

The second category, Forum User, is applicable to all forum users who are not assigned to a rank within the

RedPrairie Internal category including RedPrairie employees, customers and partners. The ranks within the

Forum User category are achieved by actively participating in discussions on the forum. Specifically, by replying to posts, forum users will accumulate points. Forum users will receive:

2

points for posting a reply to a topic.

10

points if their post is accepted and resolves the issue.

This table lists the available rankings and the points required to reach that ranking.

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Rank

New User

Points Required

0

Registered User 10

Extended User 25

Advanced User 50

Deluxe User 75

Mega User

Super User

Ultra User

100

250

500

Expert User

Guru User

750

1000

Platinum User 2500

Diamond User 5000

Ultimate User 7500

Advances in rankings are identified by a series of red stars.

Ground Rules for Comments and Posts

Description

Ground Rules

Description

The User Assistance Portal is an environment where RedPrairie customers, partners and employees can comment on documentation and share information about RedPrairie products on a community forum. RedPrairie welcomes and encourages you to participate; however, we do require you to adhere to the terms and

conditions of use

described in RedPrairie User Assistance Portal Terms and Conditions.

In general, we have some simple ground rules for conduct that we expect you to follow.

Ground Rules

RedPrairie does not screen content in advance, consequently, in order to maintain a constructive, informative and helpful environment for discussion, RedPrairie requests that you do not post:

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Content that is inflammatory or nonconstructive.

Content that contains offensive language or personal attacks against other participants.

The same message on multiple pages or in multiple product forums.

Nonconstructive messages about RedPrairie products or services.

Unsolicited messages (including "spams").

Note

If users notify RedPrairie about content that allegedly does not conform to these terms, RedPrairie may investigate the allegation and determine in our sole discretion whether to remove, block or disable access to such content. RedPrairie also reserves the right, but does not undertake the affirmative obligation, to do so on our own initiative if RedPrairie discovers any such content. RedPrairie shall have no liability or responsibility to users for performance or nonperformance of such activities.

Access the Forum

The forum is a communication tool that lets you view, post and reply to comments or questions online. On the forum, you will find individual forums for each RedPrairie product.

To access the forum:

1. At the top of any page on User Assistance Portal, click

Forum

.

Note

The first time you access the forum, you are asked to register. Enter your user name and password, then click

Login

. The forum appears.

2. To view a complete list of how to topics, in the top right corner, click

FAQ

.

Page Comments

Description

Example: Page Comment

Description

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Page comments are a means by which you can communicate with RedPrairie and other members of the

RedPrairie user community about the page that you are viewing. A page comment consists of text, links or images that you can post to pages on the User Assistance Portal. You can use a page comment to ask a question, post additional information or submit feedback about the topic that you are viewing.

When you add a comment to a page, the comment appears in the page footer with your name (linked to your user profile page), picture (if configured), and the date and time you made the comment. All users who view the page will be able to view and reply to comments added to the page. Users can also mouse over your name to follow you. Following you means that they will be notified by email any time you post or reply to a comment on a page on the portal. For more information, see

Following Users .

You can also use the Permalink icon ( ) in the comments area on a page to generate and copy a link of a comment that you can paste to another location either inside or outside of the User Assistance Portal (such as another portal page, email message or word processing file).

You can view, add and reply to comments on any page on the User Assistance Portal. When you add or reply to a comment on a page, the autowatch feature automatically assigns you to watch that page. Watching a page means that you will be notified by email any time a page or comment on the page is modified. For more

information, see Watches .

Example: Page Comment

This image is an example of a comment posted on the User Assistance Portal.

Add, Modify or Delete a Page Comment

A comment consists of text, links or images that you can post to a page on the User Assistance Portal. You can add a comment to ask a question, post additional information or submit feedback about the topic that you are viewing. You can also modify or delete comments that you previously posted.

To add, modify or delete a page comment:

1. If you have not already done so, open the page on the User Assistance Portal to which you want to add or modify a comment.

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2. If desired, add a comment to a page.

1. Take one of these actions:

From the

Add

menu, select

Comment

. The comment editing pane appears.

Scroll to the bottom of the page and click

Add Comment

. The comment editing pane appears.

2. In the text box, type your comment. If desired, take one or more of these actions:

Click

Rich Text

to use the word processing features (such as bold, italics and text color) to enhance your text.

Click to add an image to your comment.

Click to add a link to your comment.

3. If you want to be notified by email when this page or comments on this page are modified, select the

Watch this page

check box; otherwise, clear it.

Note

If you are already watching the page or the space within which this page exists, the

Watch this page check box is not available.

4. If desired, click

Preview

to view how your comment will look when it is posted.

5. Click

Post

to post your comment to the page.

3. If desired, modify a comment that you posted to a page.

1. Navigate to the comment that you want to modify, and then click

Edit

. The comment editing pane appears in edit mode.

2. In the text box, enter or modify the comment text, images or links as desired.

3. Click

Save

to save your changes and post the modified comment.

4. If desired, delete a comment that you posted to a page.

1. Navigate to the comment that you want to delete.

2. Click

Remove

and then click

OK

. The comment is removed from the page.

Reply to a Page Comment

A comment consists of text, links or images that you can post to a page on the User Assistance Portal. You can respond to comments that other users made to add more information, images or links.

To reply to a page comment:

1. If you have not already done so, open the page on the User Assistance Portal that contains the comment to which you want to reply.

2. Below the comment, click

Reply

. The comment editing pane appears.

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3. In the text box, type your reply. If desired, take one or more of these actions:

Click

Rich Text

to use the word processing features (such as bold, italics and text color) to enhance your text.

Click to add an image to your comment.

Click to add a link to your comment.

4. If you want to be notified by email when this page or comments on this page are modified, select the

Watch this page

check box; otherwise, clear it.

Note

If you are already watching the page or the space within which this page exists, the Watch this page check box is not available.

5. If desired, click

Preview

to view how your comment will look when it is posted.

6. Click

Post

to post your comment to the page.

Link to a Page Comment

You use the Permalink icon ( ) in the comments area on a page to generate and copy a link of a comment that you can paste to another location either inside or outside of the User Assistance Portal (such as another portal page, email message or word processing file).

For example, if you want to reference a specific comment in a comment on another page on the portal, you generate and copy a link to the comment to be referenced, and then you paste the link to a comment on another page. Users can then click the link to open and view the referenced comment. If you paste the link to an email message, when you click the link on the email, the portal opens to the page on which the comment is located (if connected to the internet).

Note

When you click the link, the page on which the comment is located opens and the comment is highlighted in yellow.

To link to a page comment:

1. If you have not already done so, open the page that contains the comment to which you want to link.

2. Scroll to the bottom of the page and next to the comment, right-click .

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3. From the drop-down menu, select

Copy link address

.

4. Open the location to which you to want to copy the link address, and then paste the link.

View or Hide Page Comments

A comment consists of text, links or images that you can post to a page on the User Assistance Portal. You can view or hide comments that others have made to a page when you are viewing the content on that page.

To view or hide page comments:

1. If you have not already done so, open the page on the User Assistance Portal on which you want to view or hide page comments.

2. Take one of these actions.

If you want to...

Then in the Comments area, click...

Hide all page comments from view, . All page comments are collapsed and hidden from view.

Show all previously hidden page comments, on the page.

. All page comments are expanded and appear

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Finding Information on the RedPrairie User

Assistance Portal

Description

Description

The RedPrairie User Assistance Portal provides these methods to help you find information on the portal:

Link and manual navigation

– The portal is comprised of a rich web of hyperlinked product and documentation pages that are organized hierarchically to help you find the information that you need. For example, on the portal home page, you can click a product link to view the home page for that product; then on the product home page, you can click a link to open the named document; and then on the documentation home page, you can click one of more links to view the actual content.

Automated search

– The portal provides these levels of automated search tools:

Space search

– Limits your search for the specified search criteria in the space that you are viewing. When you enter search criteria in this field, the search engine scans all the pages in the current space for an acceptable match.

Portal search

– Searches all the content on the User Assistance Portal for the specified search criteria. When you enter criteria in this field, the search engine scans all the content on the portal for an acceptable match.

Links and Manual Navigation Methods

Description

Example: Navigation Links on the User Assistance Portal

Breadcrumb Trail

Example: Breadcrumb Trail

Finding Related Content

Description

Manual navigation consists of link-based navigation elements, such as links on documentation pages or in breadcrumb trails, that let you navigate through a hierarchy of pages to locate specific content. Manual navigation is useful when you:

Are familiar with the products, user guides and technical documentation available on the User Assistance

Portal, and can easily navigate to your desired pages.

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Want to browse all available documentation for a specific product or feature. For example, if you want to view all available user guides for RedPrairie Warehouse Management, you can click the Warehouse

Management link from the portal home page, and then click the Warehouse Management Help Topics link on the Warehouse Management product home page. Once expanded, the portal displays all of the user guides available for your selection.

Want to explore a list of suggested topics related to the topic that you are viewing.

Example: Navigation Links on the User Assistance Portal

You can expand the product links on the portal home page to access the product for which you are searching.

From the product home page, you can then click to expand documents and groups of topics to select the content that you need.

This image is an example of the navigation pane that appears when you expand the Warehouse Management

Help Topics link on the Warehouse Management product home page.

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Breadcrumb Trail

Breadcrumb navigation consists of a trail of links that appears in the top left corner of the User Assistance

Portal. The breadcrumb trail lets you keep track of your location on the User Assistance Portal by providing links from the home page to your current location on the User Assistance Portal. You can click the links in the breadcrumb trail to open any of the listed pages.

Example: Breadcrumb Trail

This image is an example of the breadcrumb trail that appears when you are viewing this topic, the Links and

Manual Navigation Methods

topic, on the User Assistance Portal. You can click the Home link to return directly to the portal home page, or you can click any page link in between to go to that page.

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Finding Related Content

Many topics on the User Assistance Portal also contain links to related content. Pages that contain related content appear under the "Related Topics" heading at the end of the documentation pages. Related topics link directly to other pages that provide complementary information or more detailed information about the page that you are viewing.

Some examples of related topics are:

Procedures related to the page that you are viewing.

Examples of concepts explained in the page that you are viewing.

More detailed information related to page that you are viewing.

Automated Search

Description

User Assistance Portal Search Elements

Description

Automated search is a navigation feature that lets you automatically search product-specific, space-specific or portal-wide content based on defined keywords or criteria. The automated search user interface is comprised of a collection of search criteria fields that you can use to search the portal for pages containing keywords related to your search. You use the:

Space search field to limit your search to a specific space. A space is a collection of pages on the portal that share similar characteristics (such as the Warehouse Management space and Getting Started space). Limiting your search to a specific space narrows the list of returned pages you receive in your search and ensures that the returned pages are relevant to your area of interest. For example, if you only work with RedPrairie Warehouse Management, then you can use the space search to generate a list of

Warehouse Management topics that match the search criteria you specified.

Portal search fields to search for criteria on the entire portal. For example, if you wanted to learn more about how orders are used in all the RedPrairie products, then you can perform a portal search for

"orders" and see a list of all the topics that contain the term "orders" on the entire portal.

You can perform both space and portal searches from the portal home page as well as the product and documentation pages on the portal.

User Assistance Portal Search Elements

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This image is an example of the search fields available on the User Assistance Portal.

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This table describes the search elements available on the User Assistance Portal.

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Key Element

Portal search on the home page

Description

You can use the drop-down list to limit your search to a specific product, or you can leave the default value of

Select Product

to search all products on the portal. When you begin typing a search term in the criteria field, the Quick Navigation menu appears listing possible matches for your criteria. You can select one of the suggested terms, or click the Search button to perform a full search.

Space search on product home and documentation pages

You can use the space search field to limit your search to the space in which you are currently working. For example, if you are in the Warehouse Management space, you can use this field to search for pages that match your criteria in the Warehouse

Management space.

Portal search on product home and documentation pages

You can use the portal search field to search for pages that match your criteria on the entire portal. When you begin typing a search term in the criteria field, the Quick

Navigation menu appears listing possible matches based on your criteria. You can select one of the suggested terms, or select the

Search for

link at the bottom of the list to perform a full search.

Quick Navigation Menu

Description

Example: Quick Navigation Menu

Description

The Quick Navigation menu is a drop-down list that appears when you type criteria into either of the available portal search fields on the portal home page, product pages or documentation pages. The Quick Navigation menu contains a list of pages and other items matched by title to the criteria that you entered.

You can select one of the displayed items in the drop-down list or, if available, click the

Search for

link at the bottom of the list to perform a full search. The option to perform a full search from the Quick Navigation menu is only available on product home pages and documentation pages. To perform a full search on the portal home page, you type your search criteria, ignore the Quick Navigation menu, and then click the Search button.

Example: Quick Navigation Menu

This image is an example of the quick navigation menu available on the portal home page. A similar menu is available when performing a portal search on product home pages and documentation pages.

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Search Syntax

Description

Syntax Table

Description

Search syntax is the set of conventions that you can use to perform queries on the User Assistance Portal. You can refine and optimize your search by combining specific search syntax in the criteria field when performing a search.

For example, you can search for all pages that contain the word "orders" by using "orders" as your only criteria.

However, if you want to exclude all topics that pertain to pickup orders, you can type "orders NOT (pickup AND orders)". In this example, the syntax:

NOT is used to indicate that you want to exclude terms from the search criteria.

AND is used to indicate that the topics to be excluded must contain the words "pickup" and "orders".

Syntax Table

This table lists the syntax that you can use to refine your search.

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Name

Exact phrase search

Or search

And search

Syntax

"red and blue" red OR blue red AND blue

Search Result

Searches for content that contains the exact phrase "red and blue".

Searches for content that contains one of the terms "red" or "blue".

Searches for content that contains both the terms "red" and "blue".

Not search

Grouping search

Title search red NOT blue

Excluded term search red blue

-white red AND

(blue OR white) title:red

Searches for content that contains "red" but not "blue".

Searches for content that contains "red" and "blue" but not "white".

Searches for content that must contain "red" but can contain either "blue" or

"white".

Wild card search: single character bl?ck

Searches for content with "red" in the title.

Searches for words that begin with "bl" and end with "ck", such as "black" or

"block". The ? represents one character, and it can be used anywhere within your typed search criteria.

Wild card search red* Searches for words that begin with "red", such as "redbird" or "redwing". The * represents one or more characters, and it can be used anywhere within your typed search criteria.

Fuzzy search octagan~ Searches for similarly spelled words. To search for a word for which you are unsure about its spelling, you can use ~ after the word to return matches for similarly spelled words.

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Subscribing to Content Updates

Description

Description

Subscribing to content updates lets you request automatic notification each time that content on the User

Assistance Portal in which you are interested is modified. When you subscribe to content updates, you receive email notifications when modifications are made to portal content that affect you or your work.

For example, you can

Place a watch on a page or space to ensure that you are informed whenever:

The content of the page or pages in the space is updated or removed.

Comments are added to the page or pages in the watched space.

Follow another user so that you are notified by email when the user performs actions on the User

Assistance Portal.

Subscribe to email notifications so that you are notified when content in which you are interested is modified. For example, you can subscribe to a daily email that summarizes the changed pages for the day, either with or without the actual content that was changed.

Watches

Description

Watch Types

Description

A watch is a setting that you can assign to a page or space so that you are notified by email when:

The watched page is modified.

Any of the pages within the watched space are modified.

Specifically, when you watch a page or space, you receive email notifications each time:

The page or space is edited or removed.

Attachments are either added to or removed from the page or space.

New comments are added to the page or space.

Existing comments are either edited or removed from the page or space.

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You will be notified each time a page or space that you are watching is modified; there is no daily digest for watch notifications. To determine which pages and spaces you are watching, you can view the:

Watch options available in the Tools menu. When:

Watch

is available in the Tools menu, you are not watching the page.

Stop Watching

is available in the Tools menu, you are watching the page.

Watching Space

is available in the Tools menu, you are watching the space to which the page belongs. When you watch a space, you are automatically assigned to watch all the pages in that space.

List of watched spaces in your user profile. For more information, see

View Watched Pages and Spaces .

Watch Types

These are the types of watches:

Manual watch

– Watch that you assign to a page or space manually when you want to be notified of modifications to the page or space.

Autowatch

– Watch that the system assigns to a page by default when you add a comment to a page. If desired, you can change your user settings to disable this feature.

Watch or Stop Watching a Page

A watch is a setting that you can assign to a page so that you are notified by email when the page is edited or removed, or when a comment on the page is added, edited or removed from the page. Use this procedure to manually watch or stop watching a page.

Note

When you watch a space, you are automatically assigned to watch all the pages in that space.

Consequently, the

Watch

and

Stop Watching

menu options referenced in this procedure are replaced by a

Watching Space

menu option. You can select this option to go to the Advanced page where you can choose to stop watching the space. For more information, see

Watch or Stop Watching a Space

.

To watch or stop watching a page:

1. Open the page that you want to watch.

2. From the

Tools

menu, select

Watch

. The

Watch

menu item changes to

Stop Watching

indicating that you are watching the page.

3. To stop watching a page, from the

Tools

menu, select

Stop Watching.

The

Stop Watching

menu item changes to

Watch

indicating that you are no longer watching the page.

Watch or Stop Watching a Space

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A watch is a setting that you can assign to a space so that you are notified by email when elements in the space

(such as pages and attachments) are added, edited or removed. When you watch a space, you are automatically assigned to watch all of the pages in that space. Use this procedure to manually watch or stop watching a space.

To watch or stop watching a space:

1. To watch a space, take one of these actions.

1. Open a page in the space that you want to watch.

2. From the

Browse

menu, select

Advanced

. The Advanced page appears displaying information about the space in which you are working.

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Start watching this space

. The

Start watching this space

item changes to

Stop watching this space

indicating that you are watching the space.

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2. To stop watching a space, take one of these actions.

To stop watching the space from...

Then...

A page in the watched space,

Take these actions.

1. If you have not already done so, open a page in the watched space.

2. From the

Tools

menu, click

Watching Space

. The Advanced page appears.

3. In the Subscribe area, click

Stop watching this space

. The

Stop watching this space

item changes to

Start watching this space

indicating that you are no longer watching the space.

Any page on the portal,

Take these actions.

1. From the

Browse

menu, select

Advanced

. The Advanced page appears.

2. In the Subscribe area, click

Stop watching this space

. The

Stop watching this space

item changes to

Start watching this space

indicating that you are no longer watching the space.

Enable or Disable Autowatch

Autowatch is a user profile setting that automatically assigns you to watch the pages to which you add a comment. When you are watching a page, you are notified by email when that page is modified. By default, autowatch is enabled meaning that you automatically receive an email notification each time a page you are watching is modified.

Use this procedure to manually enable or disable autowatch.

To enable or disable autowatch:

1. Take one of these actions.

If you are on...

The User Assistance Portal home page,

A product home page or documentation page,

Then...

Take these actions.

1. From the

User

menu (your name), select

Profile.

2. On the page that opens, select the

Settings

tab.

From the

User

menu (your name), select

Settings

.

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2. On the Settings tab, in the Your Settings area, click

Email

. The Email settings page appears.

3. Click

Edit

.

4. Take one of these actions.

If you want to...

Then...

Enable autowatch, Select the

Autowatch

check box.

Disable autowatch, Clear the

Autowatch

check box.

5. Click

Submit

. Your user profile is updated.

View Watched Pages and Spaces

A watch is a setting that you can assign to a:

Page so that you are notified by email when the page is edited or removed, or when a comment on the page is added, edited or removed from the page.

Space so that you are notified by email when elements in the space (such as pages and attachments) are added, edited or removed. When you watch a space, you are automatically assigned to watch all of the pages in that space.

Use this procedure to:

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View your watch setting for a specific page.

View a list of all of the portal pages and spaces that you are watching.

To view watched pages and spaces:

1. To view your watch setting for a specific page, take these actions.

1. Open the page for which you want to view the watch setting.

2. Click the

Tools

menu. If you are:

Watching the page, then the

Stop Watching

menu item is available.

Not watching the page, then the

Watch

menu item is available.

Watching the space to which the page belongs, then the

Watching Space

menu item is available indicating that you are watching this page and all the other pages in the watched space.

2. To view all of the pages and spaces that you are currently watching, take one of these actions.

If you are on...

Then...

The User

Assistance Portal home page,

A product home page or documentation page,

Take these actions.

1. From the

User

menu (your name), select

Profile.

2. Select the

Watches

tab. A list of all the pages and spaces that you are currently watching appears.

3. If desired, click to stop watching a page or space. A message appears stating that you have stopped watching the page or space. If desired, click

Undo

to watch the page or space again.

Take these actions.

1. From the

User

menu (your name), select

Watches

. A list of all the pages and spaces that you are currently watching appears.

2. If desired, click to stop watching a page or space. A message appears stating that you have stopped watching the page or space. If desired, click

Undo

to watch the page or space again.

Following Users

Description

Description

You follow another user so that you are notified by email when the user performs actions on the User Assistance

Portal. Specifically, when you follow another user, you will be notified each time the user:

Adds a comment to a page on the portal.

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Modifies a comment associated with a page on the portal.

Updates their user profile.

Once you are following a user, you can see their activity:

On the Network tab (accessed from the User menu). The Network tab lists all of the tracked activities that you have permission to view for all the users that you are following. For more information, see

Follow or

Stop Following Another User

. In the same way, people who follow you will be able to see all your posts and comments on the User Assistance Portal, provided they have permission to view the content.

By email notification. You can request email notifications of any activity on the portal. For more

information, see Define Email Preferences and Notifications .

Follow or Stop Following Another User

You follow another user so that you are notified when the user performs actions on the User Assistance Portal.

Use this procedure to follow or stop following a user on the User Assistance Portal.

To follow or stop following another user:

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1. If desired, take one of these actions to follow another user.

If you want to follow a user from...

Then...

A comment or post made by the user on the portal,

Take these actions.

1. Mouse over the user's linked name or profile picture. A tooltip appears.

Your profile settings,

2. Click

Follow

. The

Follow

tooltip item changes to

Stop Following

indicating that you are following the user.

Take these actions.

1. From the

User

menu (your user name), click

Network

. The Network tab appears.

2. In the Following area, type the first few characters of the name (or username) of the user that you want to follow. A list of suggested users that match your criteria appears.

3. From the list, select the user that you want to follow.

4. Click

Follow

. When you refresh the page, the user's name, picture and tracked activities appear.

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2. If desired, stop following another user.

If you want to stop following a user from...

Then...

A comment or post made by the user on the portal,

Take these actions.

1. Mouse over the user's linked name or profile picture. A tooltip appears.

2. Click

Stop Following

. The

Stop Following

tooltip item changes to

Follow

indicating that you are no longer following the user.

Your profile settings,

Take these actions.

1. From the

User

menu (your user name), click

Network

. The Network tab appears.

2. Mouse over the picture of the user that you want to stop following. A tooltip appears.

3. Click

Stop Following

. The

Stop Following

tooltip item changes to

Follow

indicating that you are no longer following the user. When you refresh the page, the profile picture of the user that you stopped following is removed from the

Following list, and their tracked activities no longer appear.

View Activity of Users You Are Following

You follow users so that you are notified when the users perform actions on the User Assistance Portal. Use this procedure to view the activities performed on the User Assistance Portal by the users that you are following.

To view activity of users you are following:

1. From the

User

menu (your user name), click

Network

. The Network tab appears.

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Define Email Preferences and Notifications

Email notifications are distribution lists to which you subscribe if you want to be notified of modifications made to content on the User Assistance Portal. You can configure email notifications to ensure that you are notified when content in which you are interested is modified, or when users that you are following post comments to portal pages. You can also configure email notifications to specify whether you receive email in HTML or text-only format.

To define email preferences and notifications:

1. From the

User

menu (your user name), click

Settings

.

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2. On the Settings tab, in the Your Settings area, click

Email

. The Email Settings page appears.

3. Click

Edit

.

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4. Select or clear the check boxes as desired.

Field Description

Autowatch Indicates that you are automatically assigned to watch any page to which you add or update a comment. When cleared, you must manually watch pages on which you comment if you want to be notified of any modifications made to the page.

Subscribe to daily updates

Indicates that you will receive a daily email report summarizing the modifications made to all of the pages that you have permission to view on the User Assistance Portal. When cleared, you must assign a watch on the pages to be notified of modifications made to individual pages.

Subscribe to all blog posts

Reserved for future use. Blogs are currently not available on the User Assistance Portal.

Subscribe to network

Indicates that you will receive an email when any user that you are following adds or edits a page comment or updates their personal status.

Notify on my actions

Email format

Indicates that you will receive an email when you add or edit a page comment or when you update your personal status.

Format in which email notifications are sent. These are the valid values:

HTML

– Indicates that emails are sent in HTML format, which provides advanced formatting capabilities, such as headings, bullet lists, images and emphasized text.

Text

– Indicates that emails are sent in plain text format, which provides text, but no additional formatting information.

Show changed content

Show full content

Indicates that emails notifying you of modified content will include the actual content that was changed. This option is only available when you select HTML from the Email format drop-down list. When cleared, notification emails will not include the modified content, even if you receive your emails in HTML format.

Indicates that emails notifying you of modified content will include the entire page that was changed, not just the changed text. This option is only available when you select HTML from the Email format drop-down list. When cleared, notification emails will not include the page content, even if you receive your emails in HTML format.

5. Click

Submit

. The email configurations are saved.

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User Profiles

Description

Example: User Profile

Description

User profiles are pages on the User Assistance Portal that display account information for each portal user, such as:

Contact information.

A picture or photo.

An activity feed consisting of links to pages that contain comments or postings made by the user on the portal.

You can edit your user profile to update your contact information, or to add or remove the picture associated with your profile; however, you cannot edit or make changes to the profile of another user. Your profile picture is an icon that appears next to your name whenever your name appears on the portal. For example, when you add a comment to a topic, your profile picture appears next to your name. The activity feed on your user profile page is updated automatically by the system whenever you add or edit page comments or forum posts on the User

Assistance Portal.

You can access:

Your profile by clicking the User menu (your user name) and then selecting the Profile option.

The profile of another user by clicking the user's name link that appears next to comments or postings made by that user.

Example: User Profile

This image is an example of a user profile page on the User Assistance Portal.

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Edit Your User Profile

User profiles are pages on the User Assistance Portal that display account information for each portal user. You can edit your user profile to update your contact information, or to add or remove the picture associated with your profile.

IMPORTANT

If you upload a picture, it must be appropriate for business use. Pictures considered inappropriate for business use will be removed.

Note

You cannot edit or make changes to the profile of another user.

To edit your user profile:

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1. From the

User

menu (your user name), select

Profile

. The Profile tab appears.

2. If desired, add or modify your personal details.

1. In the Personal area, click

Edit

.

2. On the page that appears, type or modify the text in any of the available fields.

3. Click

Save

to save your changes and return to the Profile tab.

3. If desired, add or modify a picture for your profile.

1. In the Profile area, click

Picture

.

2. On the page that appears, take one of these actions.

If you want to...

Then...

Select a standard icon,

Take these actions.

1. In the Choose a Profile Picture area, select the icon that you want to use.

2. Click

Set Profile Picture

.

Upload your own profile picture,

Take these actions.

1. In the Upload a Profile Picture area, click

Choose File

.

2. On the Open window, select the picture that you want to use and click

Open

.

3. Click

Upload

.

4. If your uploaded picture is 48x48 pixels or less, it will automatically be added to the profile picture list. Otherwise, take these actions.

1. On the page that appears, on the image, select the area that you want to use as your profile picture. You can:

Drag and drop the square cropping frame over the area of the picture that you want to use as your profile picture.

Scale to size the square cropping frame over the area of the picture that you want to use as your profile picture. To do so, position your cursor over a corner of the square cropping frame, and when the cursor becomes a double-headed arrow, drag the frame to size over the area of the picture that you want to use as your profile picture. Scaling is restricted to a square so that the picture can be resized to 48x48 pixels.

2. Click

Save

. Your picture is automatically scaled for the wiki (48x48 pixels) and appears in the profile picture list.

5. In the picture profile list, select your picture, and then click

Set Profile Picture

.

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4. If desired, delete a picture from your profile.

Note

You can only delete pictures that you have uploaded to the User Assistance Portal. Standard icons cannot be deleted.

1. In the Profile area, click

Picture

.

2. On the page that appears, select the picture that you want to delete.

3. Click

Delete

.

4. When a message appears asking if you want to delete the profile picture, click

Delete

. The uploaded picture is removed from the profile picture list.

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Favorites

Description

Example: Favorites List

Description

Favorites are labels that you add to a page or space on the User Assistance Portal to provide access to the page or home page of the space from a single location on the portal. A label is a key word or tag that categorizes, identifies or bookmarks content on the portal.

When you add a page or space to your favorites:

The

favorites

label is applied to the page or space.

A link to the page or home page of the space is added to your favorites.

A link to the user profile of the last user to edit the page or the home page of the space is added to your favorites.

You can view a complete list of your favorite pages and spaces on the Labels tab (accessed from the User menu). Pages and spaces that appear in your favorites are differentiated by icons that indicate whether they are a space, page or home page. This table describes each icon.

Icon Description

Space

Page

Home page of a space. This icon is used when the home page is a favorite, but the space for the home page is not.

You can also refer to the favorites icon ( ) in the Tools menu on the page to determine whether the page that you are viewing is a favorite. If a page is a favorite, then the star icon next to the favorites menu option appears yellow; otherwise, the star icon appears gray.

Example: Favorites List

This image is an example of favorites that appear on the Labels tab.

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Add or Remove a Page or Space from Favorites

Favorites are labels that you add to a page or space on the User Assistance Portal to provide access to the page or home page of the space from a single location on the portal. Use this procedure to add or remove a page or space from favorites.

To add or remove a page or space from favorites:

1. To add or remove a page as a favorite, take these actions.

1. If you have not already done so, open the page on the User Assistance Portal that you want to add as a favorite.

2. From the

Tools

menu, click

Favorite

. The icon appears next to the menu item indicating that the topic is now a favorite.

3. To remove the page from your favorites, from the

Tools

menu, click

Favorite

. The icon appears next to the menu item indicating that the topic is no longer a favorite.

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2. To add or remove a space as a favorite, take these actions.

1. If you have not already done so, open a page in the space that you want to add as a favorite.

2. From the

Browse

menu, select

Advanced

. The Advanced page appears.

3. In the Subscribe area, click

Add Space to Favorites

. The

Add Space to Favorites

item changes to

Remove Space from Favorites

indicating that the space is now a favorite.

4. To remove the space from your favorites, in the Subscribe area, click Remove Space from

Favorites

. The

Remove Space from Favorites

item changes to

Add Space to Favorites

indicating that the space is no longer a favorite.

View Favorite Pages and Spaces

Favorites are labels that you add to a page or space on the User Assistance Portal to provide access to the page or home page of the space from a single location on the portal. Use this procedure to view a list of your favorite pages and spaces.

To view favorite pages and spaces:

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1. From the

User

menu (your name), click

Labels

. The Labels tab appears listing your favorite pages and spaces.

2. If desired, you can click a:

Page or space name to view the favorite page, or the home page of the favorite space.

User name to view the user profile of the person who last updated the favorite page or the home page of the favorite space.

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Generating Documents from Portal Content

Description

Description

You can print copies or generate Adobe PDF files of the content on the User Assistance Portal to make offline copies of the content available for your review. For example, you can:

Print one or more pages to be able to access the content in a non-computing environment.

Generate an Adobe PDF file from a page or group of pages (such as a user guide) to be able to access the content in an offline environment. You can also generate PDF files for internal distribution to staff members working with RedPrairie products.

Content contained in printed and PDF files is static, whereas content on the User Assistance Portal is live and constantly updating. If you rely on printed or generated PDF files for support of your RedPrairie products, consider subscribing to content updates of the pages or spaces in which you are interested so that you can be notified when the content is modified. For more information, see

Subscribing to Content Updates .

Generate a PDF File from Portal Content

You can generate an Adobe PDF file from portal content to create an electronic copy for offline use. When you generate a PDF file, you can create a file comprised of:

A single page of content.

Multiple pages of related content, specifically a portal page and related child pages.

A user guide.

To generate a PDF file from portal content:

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1. Take one of these actions.

If you want to generate a PDF file from a...

Then open the...

Single page of content, Page that you want to generate into a PDF file.

Page and its related child pages,

User guide,

Parent page from which you want to generate the PDF file. A parent page is the high-level page to which child pages (or sub-pages) are linked.

Table of contents page of the user guide for which you want to generate the

PDF file.

2. From the

Tools

menu, select

Export to PDF

. The Export to PDF window appears.

3. On the General tab, from the

Choose a template

drop-down list, select the template that you want to use when generating the PDF. If you are generating a technical specifications guide, then select RedPrairie

Technical Specifications

; otherwise, select

RedPrairie

.

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4. In the Export area, take one of these actions.

If you want to generate a PDF file from a... Then select...

Only this page

.

Single page of content,

Page and its related child pages,

User guide,

This page and its children

.

This page and its children

.

5. In the Advanced area, select these check boxes:

Output toc macros

Output children macros

Replace thumbnails with corresponding high resolution images

Merge single, first heading and page title

6. Select the

PDF Properties

tab.

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7. If desired, enter this information.

Field Description

PDF Title Text displayed in the title bar of the PDF file.

Author RedPrairie Corporation. Do not modify.

Subject Optional text describing the subject matter of the document.

Keywords Optional text describing the document for use in web searches.

8. Select the

Linking

tab.

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9. Select the

Disable links to this Confluence System

check box.

10. Click

Start Export

to begin generating the PDF file.

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11. On the

Export to PDF

window, click

Download

. The File Download window appears.

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12. Take these actions.

If you want to...

Then...

Open the PDF file, Click

Open

. The PDF file opens in your PDF viewer.

Save the PDF file, Take these actions.

1. Click

Save

.

2. Browse to the location on your computer where you want to save the file.

3. Click

Save

.

13. On the Export to PDF window, click

Close

.

Print a Page from the Portal

Use this procedure to print a page from the User Assistance Portal using the standard print function in your web browser.

Note

To print multiple pages from the portal at once, export pages or spaces to an Adobe PDF file. For more

information, see Generate a PDF File from Portal Content .

To print a page from the portal:

1. If you have not already done so, open the page on the User Assistance Portal that you want to print.

2. Right-click the page, and then from the shortcut menu, select

Print

.

3. On the Print window, select the print options and click

Print

.

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Staying Connected with RedPrairie

Description

Related Topics

Description

When you are connected with RedPrairie, you have a direct source of information about RedPrairie products, features and news. Staying connected means that you can provide input about RedPrairie software and user assistance while communicating with other users about their experiences and product use. It also means having a direct source of information about the latest RedPrairie news and feature development. Specifically, you can stay connected to the latest RedPrairie news and development plans by:

Subscribing to the RedPrairie Twitter page

– Twitter is an online social network service that RedPrairie uses to broadcast short messages, links and news items to subscribers. When you follow RedPrairie on

Twitter, you receive these messages (called "tweets") automatically.

Contacting a RedPrairie product manager

– Product managers are the creators and owners of product release plans that determine features and functionality that go into major product releases. You can contact your product manager if you want to:

Learn about new features and functionality planned for upcoming releases.

Request new functionality for your product.

Related Topics

Contact a Product Manager

Follow RedPrairie on Twitter

Report a Documentation Issue

Contact a Product Manager

Introduction

RedPrairie product managers are the creators and owners of product release plans that determine features and functionality that go into major product releases. To maximize the value delivered through the product in the release, product managers solicit input from various stakeholders including the RedPrairie Product Strategy organization, RedPrairie Business Units, the RedPrairie Product Development organization and User Groups. A product manager is your go to person for:

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Workforce Management -

Retail

Pratik

Jagad

Bill

Bozeman

Office:

678-639-5749

Office:

678-639-5638

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Obtaining information on what is planned for upcoming releases

Advocating new functionality within a product to derive more value in the business area addressed by the product

Contacts

This table lists the RedPrairie product managers, along with the products for which they are responsible and their contact information. If you have questions regarding the direction of a particular RedPrairie product, please feel free to contact the appropriate product manager.

Products Product

Manager

Contact by Phone Send an e-Mail Message

Enterprise Store Operations

Fiona Harris

Office: 678-639-5774 [email protected]

Performance Management

John Moulton

Office: 678-639-5344 [email protected]

Transportation Management

Jason Barker

Traceability

Warehouse

Management

Workforce

Management - Supply

Chain

Scott Zickert

Office: 262-317-2391 [email protected]

Office: 262-317-2441 [email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

Follow RedPrairie on Twitter

Description

Example: RedPrairie Twitter Page

Description

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You can use Twitter to stay connected to RedPrairie news at all times. Twitter is an online social network service that lets users send and read text-based posts of up to 140 characters. RedPrairie broadcasts these text-based posts, also known as "tweets," to followers of the RedPrairie Twitter page located at https://twitter.com/#!/redprairiecorp .

You can visit the RedPrairie Twitter page on the User Assistance Portal by clicking on the portal home page and product home pages. If you have a Twitter account, you can follow or stop following RedPrairie from the RedPrairie Twitter page.

If you are not a current Twitter user and would like more information about how to register to receive tweets, see http://www.twitter.com

.

Example: RedPrairie Twitter Page

This image is an example of the RedPrairie page on Twitter.

Report a Documentation Issue

You can report a documentation issue if you want to:

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Report a perceived error in the documentation (for example, if your RedPrairie product does not function as described in the documentation).

Request further information about the topic.

All reported documentation issues are evaluated and addressed by the RedPrairie User Assistance team. When you submit an issue, you will receive confirmation from a User Assistance team member who will communicate with you about the problem and potential resolutions.

To report a documentation issue:

1. If you have not already done so, open the page that contains the issue that you want to report.

2. On the left navigation pane, click

Report a Documentation Issue

. The Report a Documentation Issue page appears.

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3. Enter this information.

Field Description

Your Name

Your email address

Full name used to identify you.

Email address at which you want to be contacted regarding the issue.

Page containing the issue

Description of the issue

Display only. URL of the page that you were viewing when you clicked the Report a Documentation Issue link.

Description of the problem that you identified in the documentation. This is a required field.

4. In the Spam Prevention area, in the

Confirm

box, type the word that appears in the picture.

5. Click

Submit Error Report

. A member of the User Assistance team will contact you to confirm receipt of the notification and to discuss the issue and possible resolutions.

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User Groups

Description

RedPrairie User Groups

User Group Meetings

Annual Enhancement Surveys

New Release Webinars

Discussion Forum

How to Join

Description

The RedPrairie User Groups are sets of people who have similar interests and goals in advancing RedPrairie products and functionality. The User Group members, distributed throughout the world, regularly meet to share ideas.

RedPrairie User Groups are designed for members to:

Network and learn from other users.

Receive updates on product strategy and direction.

Provide influence to RedPrairie on products and processes.

RedPrairie User Groups

RedPrairie has these User Groups organized by product:

Commerce

Enterprise Store Operations

Transportation Management

Warehouse Management

Warehouse Management - Dispatcher

Workforce Management for Retail

Each User Group has one or more users that represent the group as the leader. RedPrairie coordinates with the leader in planning and facilitating User Group activities.

User Group Meetings

The User Groups have two formal meetings each year:

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In May at RedShift (Americas)

In October at a RedPrairie office

You can access agendas, presentations and more information on the Meeting Agenda pages for a User Group accessed on the User Group Space page.

Annual Enhancement Surveys

RedPrairie conducts an annual voting survey for each User Group in spring; users submit enhancements that they would like to be considered. RedPrairie selects key enhancements for inclusion in the following year’s releases. For a full description of the voting process, see the Voting section for a User Group accessed on the

User Group Space page.

New Release Webinars

With each major release, RedPrairie conducts a new release webinar covering the major enhancements of that release. The webinars are recorded and available for playback on the User Group Space page.

Discussion Forum

Discussion forums are available for members of the User Group Community to ask questions of other users as well as RedPrairie product managers. You can click the Forum button on any page on the User Assistance

Portal to access the forums.

How to Join

Any current customer can participate on a User Group. If you are interested in receiving future User Group communications, please contact Keri Davis at RedPrairie. For User Assistance Portal login credentials, please contact your internal RedPrairie support administrator.

Frequently Asked Questions About the User Groups

Description

What are the terms and conditions for participating in the User Groups?

How do I access the User Groups?

How can I be alerted to activity on the pages in the User Group space?

How do I add a comment to a page?

How do I add my contact information to the User Group portal?

What is the discussion forum?

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Description

The following are commonly asked questions regarding User Groups and the Redprairie User Groups space on the User Assistance Portal. You can access the User Group space on the portal to:

View User Group meeting information, which includes agendas and presentations.

View feature enhancement voting information, log requests before voting and discuss designs for winning enhancements.

View and enter User Group member contact information.

Participate in a discussion forum.

What are the terms and conditions for participating in the User Groups?

The terms and conditions for participating in the User Groups on the User Assistance Portal are defined in

RedPrairie User Assistance Portal Terms and Conditions. For a general overview of the terms of use, see

Ground Rules for Comments and Posts

.

How do I access the User Groups?

You access the User Groups from the Support Cloud on the User Assistance Portal. You must have a user name and login to access the User Assistance Portal. Your login information will be provided to you by your internal RedPrairie support administrator.

How can I be alerted to activity on the pages in the User Group space?

You can receive email notifications whenever anyone modifies a page (such as when the page is edited or removed, or when a comment on the page is added, edited or removed from the page) by watching individual pages in the User Group space. If you want to see changes to all the pages in the User Group space, you can watch the space.

You will receive an email notification every time someone makes a modification; there is no daily digest for these notifications. You can stop watching pages or the User Groups space at any time.

For more information on how to watch and stop watching a:

Page on the portal, see

Watch or Stop Watching a Page .

Space on the portal, see Watch or Stop Watching a Space .

How do I add a comment to a page?

A comment is a remark, question, or any other additional information that you want to add to a page. Comments are a means by which your user community can interact with each other and with RedPrairie relative to the content on a specific page. For more information, see

Page Comments

. To manage comments, see

Add, Modify or Delete a Page Comment

.

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How do I add my contact information to the User Group portal?

User Group contact information consists of information that group users add about themselves and their product use to the group contact information page for each User Group. For information about maintaining contact

information, see Add, Modify or Delete User Group Contact Information .

What is the discussion forum?

The forum is a separate communication tool that lets you view, post and reply to comments or questions online.

For information about the discussion forum, see

Forum

.

Add, Modify or Delete User Group Contact Information

User Group contact information consists of contact details that you can add about yourself and your product use to the group contact information page. Contact information is optional, and must be maintained by the user to which it applies.

To add, modify or delete User Group contact information:

1. Access your User Group home page.

1. On any page on the User Assistance Portal, click

User Groups

.

2. On the RedPrairie User Groups page, in the Welcome panel, click the User Group for which you want to add, modify or delete contact information.

2. On the User Group home page, in the User Group Contacts area, click Add or View Contact

Information

.

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3. Take one of these actions.

If you want to...

Then...

Add contact information,

Take these actions.

1. Click

New User? Sign Up Here!

. The User Group Contact Information page appears.

2. In the

Name

box, type your name.

3. In the

Email

box, type the email address at which you want to be contacted.

4. If desired, enter information in the remaining boxes.

5. Click

Create User

.

6. Click

Back

to return to the User Group Contact Information page. Your contact information appears in the user group contact information list.

Modify your contact information,

Take these actions.

1. On your User Group contact card, click

Edit

. The Editing User page appears.

2. Modify your contact information as required.

Note

You can modify the contents of the Name and Email boxes; however, you cannot delete that information. If you attempt to save the record without a name or email address, the record will not save.

3. Click

Update User

. The updated contact information appears in the user group contact information list.

Delete your contact information,

On your User Group contact card, click

Remove

, and then click

OK

. Your contact information is removed from the user group contact information list.

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Security

Hosting

Internet Security

SAS70

Hosting

The User Assistance Portal is contained in a hosted instance of Atlassian ® Confluence®, an enterprise wiki collaboration software. By using a hosted instance, RedPrairie can focus more time creating, sharing and discussing RedPrairie product documentation with you while RedPrairie's hosting partner, Contegix, administrates and manages every aspect of the documentation server. In addition, RedPrairie is guaranteed

100% uptime and access to the RedPrairie dedicated instance of Confluence, ensuring that you will have continuous access to information.

Internet Security

Contegix uses advanced technology to ensure internet security. For more information of the internet security that

Atlassian provides, see Contegix Security Infrastructure .

SAS70

In addition to regular audits, including third-party application penetration testing, the Contegix facilities have undergone a successful SAS70 Type II audit. SAS70 certifies that a service organization has had an in-depth audit of its controls (including control objectives and control activities), which in the case of Contegix, relates to operational performance and security to safeguard customer data.

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Supported Platforms and Accessibility

Supported Web Browsers

Accessibility

Logins

Supported Web Browsers

This table describes the supported web browsers.

Browser Version

Microsoft Internet Explorer (Windows) 7, 8

Mozilla Firefox (all platforms)

Safari (Windows and Mac)

3.5, 3.6

4, 5

Note

While not a supported version, RedPrairie has implemented a fix that lets you access and view content on the portal using Microsoft Internet Explorer 9. In addition, while you can access the portal using

Google Chrome (an unsupported platform), we cannot guarantee that all functionality (such as video clips) on the portal will be available.

Accessibility

RedPrairie customers and partners can access the User Assistance Portal from the:

RedPrairie Support Cloud URL

RedPrairie website at this URL: http://www.redprairie.com

RedPrairie employees can access the User Assistance Portal from RedWiki.

Logins

Customers can obtain their login credentials from their internal RedPrairie support administrator.

Employees can use their RedPrairie domain login credentials.

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RedPrairie User Assistance Portal Terms and

Conditions

IMPORTANT

Before using the

RedPrairie User Assistance Portal

you are required to read and agree to the terms and conditions described below. Please read the material, and then sign the agreement at the end of the page.

DISCLAIMER FOR THIS SITE

The purpose of this User Assistance Portal is to provide easy access to RedPrairie product documentation, and to facilitate discussion about RedPrairie software and services. This site shall only be used for obtaining information and for sharing *advice, ideas and truthful information obtained in a lawful manner in compliance with the

RedPrairie User Assistance Portal

Terms and Conditions of Use

. It is unethical and illegal to seek or share the confidential or proprietary information of another entity, unless such information is lawfully made public. Individuals who post inappropriate information will be subject to disciplinary action. Please send an e-mail message to [email protected] with any questions.

REDPRAIRIE USER ASSISTANCE PORTAL TERMS AND

CONDITIONS OF USE

Effective Date: MAY 13, 2011

Please Read These Terms Carefully Before Using This Site

Welcome to the

RedPrairie User Assistance

Portal (the "Site"). Please review the following terms and conditions

(the "Terms") concerning your use of this Site including, but not limited to, accessing, sharing, downloading or uploading any material, content or code (collectively "Content") on or throughout this Site. These Terms form an integral part of and should be read in conjunction with the RedPrairie Terms of Use , the RedPrairie Web Site

Privacy Policy and the RedPrairie Safe Harbor Privacy Policy . Your use of the Site constitutes your consent to all of these policies without modification. If you do not agree to and accept the Terms, please do not use the

Site, access or download any Content from the Site or post or otherwise make any Content available through the

Site. The Terms do not amend or alter in any way the terms of any other software license agreement(s) or other contract(s), which may exist between you and RedPrairie Corporation, Inc. or its affiliates ("RedPrairie").

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Licenses and Rights

Any Content that is posted, uploaded, shared or otherwise made accessible by you through this Site shall be irrevocably subject to these Terms. By providing Content on or through this Site, you grant to RedPrairie and all

Users of this Site an unrestricted, transferable and sub-licensable, fully-paid, royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, nonexclusive license to use, reproduce, modify (including to make and freely use derivative works thereto), publish, translate, distribute (including through multiple tiers), perform and display such Content alone or as part of other works in any form, media, or technology, whether now known or hereafter developed; provided, however, that the foregoing license shall not extend to apply to any RedPrairie proprietary information, technology or code. You hereby disclaim any right to any compensation from RedPrairie in connection with

RedPrairie's exercise of its license rights in and to the Content that you have posted, uploaded, shared or otherwise made accessible through this Site. To the extent that Content is designed for use with RedPrairie proprietary technology, your right to so use such Content is conditioned upon you having a valid license from

RedPrairie for such RedPrairie proprietary technology. Any Content, including but not limited to questions, comments, suggestions, ideas, concepts, techniques, data, materials or information, that you provide to

RedPrairie or on or through this Site shall not be regarded as confidential. Further, RedPrairie shall be free to use any ideas, concepts, know-how, data or techniques contained in any Content for any purpose whatsoever, including, but not limited to, developing, marketing, selling and distributing products that incorporate such ideas, concepts, know-how, data or techniques.

No Support

Please note that RedPrairie shall have no obligation to support, correct or maintain any Content. Furthermore,

RedPrairie does not represent or guarantee the accuracy or reliability of any Content or endorse any opinions expressed by Users. You acknowledge and understand that any reliance on Content accessible through this Site will be at your own risk.

Responsibility for Content

As a community member and user of this Site ("User"), you are responsible for any Content you contribute to or make available on this Site, as well as for the consequences of publishing and distributing such Content.

RedPrairie does not screen Content in advance and is not responsible for screening or monitoring Content posted by Users of the Site. If notified by a User regarding Content that allegedly does not conform to these terms, RedPrairie may investigate the allegation and determine in our sole discretion whether to remove, block or disable access to such Content. RedPrairie also reserves the right, but does not undertake the affirmative obligation, to do so on our own initiative if RedPrairie discovers any such Content. RedPrairie shall have no liability or responsibility to Users for performance or nonperformance of such activities.

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Prohibited Conduct

In consideration of being allowed to use this Site and access Content, you agree, represent and warrant that you will not: (a) use the Content for any purpose in violation of any laws or regulations; (b) post, store or transmit

Content that is copyrighted, unless you are the copyright owner or have the permission of the copyright owner;

(c) post, store or transmit Content that reveals trade secrets, unless you own them or have the permission of the trade secret owner; (d) post, store or transmit Content that infringes on any other intellectual property rights of others or on the privacy or publicity rights of others; (e) post, store or transmit Content that is obscene, lewd, lascivious, violent, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive, hateful, inaccurate, misleading or embarrassing to another User or any other person or entity; (f) post any solicitations, advertisements or other promotional materials on this Site except as otherwise expressly permitted by RedPrairie; (g) interrupt, or attempt to interrupt, the operations of the Site in any way; (h) use or modify any information stored on the Site without authorization; or (i) impersonate another person, entity or User.

Reproduction, copying or redistribution of Site or any Content for commercial purposes is prohibited. Use, reproduction or distribution of material on this Site, which constitutes the personal information, property, photograph or other depiction of any person is subject to state and federal privacy, data protection and other laws.

Viruses and Destructive Code

It is up to you to take precautions to ensure that whatever Content you provide as well as any Content you select for your use is free of such items as viruses, worms and trojan horses or otherwise of a destructive nature.

User Removal

In the event that RedPrairie determines, in our sole discretion, that you have breached any of these Terms, or have otherwise demonstrated conduct inappropriate for this Site, RedPrairie reserves the right to, with or without notice, (a) delete any or all Content provided by you or your agent(s) to this Site; (b) terminate your access to this Site; (c) notify and/or send Content to and/or fully cooperate with the proper law enforcement authorities for further action; and/or (d) take any other action which RedPrairie, in our sole discretion, deem to be appropriate.

DISCLAIMER, LIMITATION AND INDEMNIFICATION

Disclaimer of Warranties

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INACCURACIES OR ERRORS. Some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of implied warranties, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Please see the

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Limitation of Liability

IN NO EVENT WILL REDPRAIRIE, ITS AFFILIATES OR AGENTS BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY LOSS OF

USE, INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS, OR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING LOST PROFITS) REGARDLESS OF THE FORM

OF ACTION WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT PRODUCT LIABILITY

OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF REDPRAIRIE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

Some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Please see the

Terms and Conditions of Use

for additional liability disclaimers.

Indemnification

YOU AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND HOLD REDPRAIRIE, ITS AFFILIATES AND/OR AGENTS HARMLESS

FROM, AND YOU COVENANT NOT TO SUE REDPRAIRIE, ITS AFFILIATES AND/OR AGENTS FOR, ANY

CLAIMS THAT MAY BE ASSERTED, ARISING OUT OF, RELATING TO, OR BASED ON USE OF THIS SITE

OR ANY CONTENT ON OR MADE ACCESSIBLE BY THIS SITE.

GENERAL

Governing Law and Forum

The terms of use set forth herein and any claims relating hereto shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin and jurisdiction and venue for claims arising hereunder is as set forth in the Terms of Use.

Modification; Entire Understanding

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RedPrairie reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time without notice and may do so by updating these Terms on this Site. You should visit this page (via the +link) from time to time to review the then-current terms because they are binding on you. Certain provisions of these terms may be superseded by

RedPrairie through expressly designated legal notices or terms located on particular pages on this Site. Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved by RedPrairie. RedPrairie reserves the right to seek all remedies available by law and in equity for any violation of these Terms. Except as otherwise expressly noted in these Terms, these Terms (when read in conjunction with the RedPrairie Terms of Use , the RedPrairie Web Site

Privacy Policy and the RedPrairie Safe Harbor Privacy Policy ) represent the entire understanding relating to the use of this Site and supersede any prior or contemporaneous, conflicting or additional communications. This Site may contain forward-looking statements that are subject to risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those referred to in the forward-looking statements.

Intellectual Property Notices

Certain components of this Site are protected by trade dress and other laws and may not be copied or imitated in whole or in part. RedPrairie, the RedPrairie logo, and/or other RedPrairie products referenced herein are trademarks of RedPrairie Corporation, Inc. or its affiliates, and may be registered in certain jurisdictions. All other product names, company names, marks, logos, and symbols may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

You may not use, and nothing contained on this Site grants by implication, waiver, estoppel or otherwise, any right to use any trademark displayed on the Site without the written permission of RedPrairie or the respective owner. RedPrairie respects the intellectual property rights of others. It is our policy to remove any photos, graphics, trademarks, content or other protectable material submitted to the Site that violate the rights of others.

Copyright Abuse & Notice

RedPrairie will remove Content that violates copyright law. RedPrairie may also suspend access to all or a part of the Site to any User who uses the Site in violation of copyright law. Pursuant to federal law, RedPrairie has implemented procedures for receiving written notification of claimed copyright infringement. If you believe your work has been used in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, then you must send RedPrairie's designated copyright agent written notification of claimed infringement in compliance with the Digital Millennium

Copyright Act ("DMCA"), 17 USC Section 512 et seq

. Please note that you will be liable for damages (including costs and attorneys' fees) if you materially misrepresent that a work or material is infringing your copyrights. If you are not sure whether material available online infringes your copyright, RedPrairie suggests that you first contact an attorney prior to sending us a takedown notice.

To provide adequate notice under this provision:

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Provide RedPrairie with the information set forth below in a written communication via fax or regular mail.

Do not provide written notice through electronic mail unless you receive prior, written authorization from us. All information must be provided in sufficient detail to allow us to properly investigate your claim.

Identify the copyrighted work you believe has been infringed.

Identify the material that you claim is infringing upon your copyright.

Provide information reasonably sufficient for us to contact you, including your name, address, phone number and e-mail address, if possible.

Provide information, if possible, sufficient to enable us to notify the person or entity who is infringing on your copyrights, including name, address, phone number and e-mail, if possible.

Include the following statement in your written notice: "I have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted materials described herein as allegedly infringing is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law."

Include the following statement in your written notice: "I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this notification is accurate and that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed."

Sign the written notice.

Send the written communication to RedPrairie's designated agent, identified below, at the following address:

RedPrairie Corporation, ATTN: Chief Legal Officer

20700 Swenson Drive, Waukesha WI 53186

OR

fax to:

(262) 317-2005 ATTN: RedPrairie Legal Department, DMCA Complaints

If your content has been removed under this section, and you believe it was done in error or bad faith, you may provide RedPrairie's designated agent, identified above, with counter notice, so long as it meets all of the requirements set forth in 17 U.S.C. § 512(g)(3).

IMPORTANT

Please take special note of part (f) under "Conduct" which states that you agree, represent and warrant that you will not post any solicitations, advertisements or other promotional materials on this Site except as otherwise expressly permitted by RedPrairie.

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