The Liferay Commerce catalog is at the heart of any store site, storing and organizing its core content. It lists the products the store offers, and stores the information and relations necessary to organize and display them. The catalog tracks not only what items are for sale, but also inventory levels, product variants, and category assignments. It also organizes product files, such as images and user manuals, and contains pricing information.

To view the catalog, go to Site MenuCommerceCatalog. Its contents are displayed under the Products tab.

Product Categories

Products can be organized into Categories. These groupings allow multiple products to be handled as a single unit. For example, a product category could be used to apply discounts or other offers...

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Products

The catalog supports three product types: simple, grouped and virtual. Simple Product: any physical product for which inventory is tracked. Almost any physical item can be a simple product. Grouped...

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Options

An option is a product feature that a buyer can select or specify. An option could prompt a buyer to choose between T-shirts of different colors, building materials of different dimensions, or...

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Specifications

A specification stores a single piece of product information. A product’s dimensions, color, weight, capacity, or almost any other attribute can be recorded as a specification. Specifications make...

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Catalog Rules

Catalog Rules manage the catalog’s visibility. They work with user segments to control what portions of the catalog a buyer can see. This can help focus the attention of customers only authorized...

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