Monday, 29 October 2012

ATG Order update --> InvalidVersionException and ConcurrentUpdateException

ATG repository item descriptor can have the version property. The atg.adapter.gsa.ItemTransactionState holds this version information. For example consider the Order item-descriptor. It has the version property defined against the table dcspp_order. Means, the dcspp_order table has the column version which defines which version of order is currently in the DB. Each order update flow will update this column.

 <property name="version" display-name-resource="version" data-type="int" queryable="true" readable="true" column-name="version" hidden="false" category-resource="categoryInfo" expert="true" required="false" cache-mode="inherit" writable="true">
    <attribute name="uiwritable" value="false"/>
    <attribute name="propertySortPriority" value="30"/>


During the OrderManager.updateOrder() call, validation is done to compare the vesion of the Order object to the one in repository and the exception atg.commerce.order.InvalidVersionException is thrown.
2012-09-08 11:38:24,213 99015942 ERROR [nucleusNamespace.atg.commerce.order.OrderManager] (TP-Processor77:) InvalidVersionException: Unable to update order for :6226680554
2012-09-08 11:38:24,213 99015942 ERROR [nucleusNamespace.atg.commerce.order.OrderManager] (TP-Processor77:)
atg.commerce.order.InvalidVersionException: This order (6226680554) is out of date. Changes have been made to the order and the operation should be resubmitted. Order version 136, Repository item version 138.
    at atg.commerce.order.OrderManager.updateOrder(


During the order update @ GSAItemDescriptor, atg.repository.ConcurrentUpdateException is thrown if no row got updated based on the "where" condition. If the table is having a version property, the where condition includes the version also. And in case of Order, this exception may occurs if the version in the DB not matches with the one in order object.
Caused by: atg.repository.ConcurrentUpdateException: no rows updated oldVersion=3 for item=order:6284190656 in GSATransaction=atg.adapter.gsa.GSATransaction@1ccdb05    thread=TP-Processor86 transaction=TransactionImpl:XidImpl[FormatId=257, BranchQual=, localId=4931830]
    at atg.adapter.gsa.GSAItemDescriptor.updateItem(
    at atg.adapter.gsa.GSARepository.updateItem(
    at atg.commerce.order.processor.ProcSaveOrderObject.runProcess(
    at atg.service.pipeline.PipelineManager.runProcess(
    at atg.commerce.order.OrderManager.updateOrder(


Sunday, 16 September 2012

How the ATG Order flow manages a transaction

See more about ATG  Tx management @

Most of the ATG Commerce form handlers extend atg.commerce.order.purchase.PurchaseProcessFormHandler. The transaction management pattern in order flow is implemented through this form handler’s beforeSet, afterSet, and handler methods.

The transaction will be started @ beforeSet method and is ended @ afterSet method.

In general, the design pattern for updating an order is as follows:
  1. Acquire lock-manager write lock on profile id from the /atg/commerce/order/LocalLockManager
  2. Begin Transaction
  3. Synchronize on the Order object.
  4. Modify Order
  5. Call ((OrderImpl) pOrder).updateVersion(); --> atg.commerce.order.InvalidVersionException is thrown based on this
  6. Call OrderManager.updateOrder()
  7. Release Order synchronization
  8. End Transaction
  9. Release lock-manager write lock on profile id from the /atg/commerce/order/LocalLockManager
       If you extend atg.commerce.order.purchase.PurchaseProcessFormHander, then steps 1,2,8 & 9 are done for you in the beforeSet and afterSet method implementations. Steps 3&7 are no longer strictly necessary, but are still good practice. Steps 3-7 should be performed manually in your application code.

Find below the screen shot of ATG doc with this details :

Find more info @

Saturday, 25 August 2012

ATG --> More about Forms and Form Handlers

An ATG form is defined by the dsp:form tag, which typically encloses DSP tags that specify form elements, such as dsp:input that provide direct access to Nucleus component properties. Find below a sample dsp:form tag.
   <dsp:form action="/testPages/showPersonProperties.jsp" method="post" target="_top">
     <p>Name: <dsp:input bean="/samples/" type="text"/>
     <p>Age: <dsp:input bean="/samples/Person.age" type="text" value="30"/>
     <p><dsp:input type="submit" bean="/samples/Person.submit"/> value="Click to submit"/>
When the user submits the form, the /samples/ property is set to the value entered in the input field.Unlike standard HTML, which requires the name attribute for most input tags; the name attribute is optional for DSP form element tags. If an input tag omits the name attribute, the ATG platform assigns one when it compiles the page. A text input field displays the component property’s current value unless the dsp:input tag also includes the value attribute. The value attribute overrides the property’s current value.

If an outer JSP has a dsp:form then the inner included page(dsp:include) can contain element tags such as dsp:input, dsp:textarea, and dsp:select only if the page is a complete JSP. Form elements cannot be embedded in a JSP fragment (.jspf) file.

ATG provides hundreds of readymade form handlers for performing all sorts of tasks, like updating a customer profile(CommerceProfileFormHandler), managing your shopping cart(CartModifierFormHandler), checking out(ExpressCheckoutFormHandler), or interacting with a repository(RepositoryFormHandler).

Following are the tasks assigned to Form Handlers by ATG :

  • Validate data before it is submitted.
  • Detect missing information and display appropriate messages to the user.
  • Direct users to different pages depending on form submission results.
  • Read and write database or repository data.

A better way to create a new form handler is to subclass a Dynamo class that implements DropletFormHandler interface. Dynamo provides three form handler base classes that implement this interface :

  • atg.droplet.DropletFormHandler --> inteface
  • atg.droplet.EmptyFormHandler --> implements DropletFormHandler
  • atg.droplet.GenericFormHandler --> extends EmptyFormHandler
  • atg.droplet.TransactionalFormHandler --> extends GenericFormHandler --> treats the form processing operation as a transaction.

Find below a sample call to /atg/search/formhandlers/SearchValidateFormHandler from a JSP :

      <dsp:input bean="SearchValidateFormHandler.validate" name="validate" id="validate" type="hidden" value="DAS" style="display:none" priority="-10"/>

A handler method will be specified with the name ‘handlex’ where x represents the name of the submit. The signature of the handle method is:

       public boolean  handlex(DynamoHttpServletRequest request,
DynamoHttpServletResponse response)throws IOException, ServletException{}

The handler method (handlex) returns a boolean value. This value indicates whether Dynamo should continue processing the rest of the page after this handler has finished. In the above example, there is a public boolean handleValidate(DynamoHttpServletRequest pRequest,DynamoHttpServletResponse pResponse) method @ SearchValidateFormHandler.

If there are any setx methods in the FormHandler, it will be called before the handlex method is invoked. Some of the other methods used by the form handler are:

  • beforeSet --> This is called before any setx methods are called.
  • afterSet --> This is called after all setx methods are called.
  • beforeGet  --> This is called before any tags that reference the component is rendered.
  • afterGet --> This is called after the page rendering gets completed.
  • handleFormException --> This is called when any exception occurs while trying to call the setx methods.
Following are the form handler component properties to handle form errors/exceptions:
  • formError --> Boolean that is set to true if any errors occur during form processing.
  • formExceptions  --> A vector of the exceptions that occur during form processing.  If your form handler is session-scoped, clear the formExceptions property after you display errors to the user.
  • propertyExceptions  --> A read-only property that returns a Dictionary of subproperties, one for each property set by the form. For each property that generates an exception, a corresponding subproperty in the propertyExceptions Dictionary contains that exception
Use the checkFormRedirect(String pSuccessURL, String pFailureURL, DynamoHttpServletRequest pRequest, DynamoHttpServletResponse pResponse) method of GenericFormHandler to redirect to a url from the formhandler on a success/error cases. A handler that redirects the user to another page should return false.

The atg.droplet.GenericFormHandler class (and any subclass of GenericFormHandler you write) includes a handleCancel method for implementing Cancel buttons in forms. This method redirects to the URL specified in the form handler’s cancelURL property.

When a dsp:setvalue tag is rendered for a form handler property, it invokes the setX and handleX methods of the form handler (if the methods exists).

A form handler component should be either request- scoped or session-scoped.When your form handler spans several pages, such as in a multi-page registration process,  you want the session-scoped form handler.It is especially important to clear error messages to ensure they do not appear in other forms where they are not relevant.

Saturday, 21 July 2012

Eclipse plug-in to create Class and Sequence diagrams

ModelGoon is an Eclipse plug-in avaiable for UML diagram generation from Java code. It can be used to generate Package Dependencies Diagram, Class Diagram, Interaction Diagram and Sequence Diagram.

You coud get it from

Read more about it and see some vedios about how to create the class and sequence diagram @

Find some snapshots below which gives an idea about the diagram generation.

Friday, 29 June 2012

ATG --> quick reference to commonly used DSP Tags

In this blog, I would like to give a quick reference to the most commonly used DSP Tags.Note that in this DSP tag details :
  • bean refers to a Nucleus path, component name, and property name
  • param refers to a Page parameter
  • value refers to a Static-value
  • var refers to a EL variable
  • id refers to a scripting variable

   example: <dsp:importbean bean="/atg/dynamo/droplet/Switch"/>



   usage: It encloses a JSP. The dsp:page invokes the JSP handler, which calls the servlet pipeline and generates HTTPServletRequest.

  example:   <dsp:page> ..... </dsp:page>



   usage: Embeds a page fragment in a JSP.

   example:  <dsp:include src="/myPage/ResultPage.jsp" flush="true">  
                    <dsp:include page="../common/i18nInclude.jsp">



   usage: Lets you set a bean property or page parameter with a value copied from another bean property, page parameter, or constant

   syntax: <dsp:setvalue target-spec [source-spec] />
            target-spec  --> bean  or  param
            source-spec  --> beanvalue="property-spec"  or   paramvalue="param-name"   or   value="static-value"

   example: <dsp:setvalue param="currLocale" beanvalue="/atg/userprofiling/Profile.locale" />
                   <dsp:setvalue bean="" paramvalue="currentName"/>



   usage: Creates an EL variable or a scripting variable

   syntax: <dsp:getvalueof  source-value  var-spec [data-type] />
             source-value  --> bean  or  param  or value
             var-spec --> var="EL variable"   or  id="scripting variable"
             data-type  --> vartype="java.lang..."  or  idtype="java.lang..."

   example: <dsp:getvalueof id="locale" bean="/atg/userprofiling/Profile.locale">
  <dsp:getvalueof var="backgroundcolor" bean="Profile.preferredColor" vartype="java.lang.String">
                             <body bgcolor="${backgroundcolor}" >



   usage: Lets you invoke a servlet bean from a JSP page

   syntax: <dsp:droplet [var-spec] name="servlet-bean" >
var-spec  --> var="EL variable"   or  id="scripting variable"
var --> Names an EL-accessible Map variable, which holds a servlet bean’s parameters and parameter values.

   example: <dsp:droplet var="fe" name="/atg/dynamo/droplet/ForEach">



   usage: Stores a value in a parameter to a servlet bean (mainly droplets) or as a page parameter

   syntax: <dsp:param name="param-name" param-value />
                  param-value -->  bean   or    param  or    value

  example: <dsp:droplet name="/atg/dynamo/droplet/IsNull">
                    <dsp:param name="value" param="locale"/>
<dsp:include src="/myPage/ResultPage.jsp" flush="true">
                      <dsp:param name="results" bean="ProductCatalogQueryFormHandler.results"/>


   usage: Specifies content to be rendered by an enclosing dsp:droplet tag. dsp:oparam (open parameter) takes the value supplied to it in a JSP and passes it to the current dsp:droplet tag. Each servlet bean maintains a set of open parameters which the servlet bean can set, service, and deliver as output to a JSP.

   syntax: <dsp:oparam name="param-name">

   example: <dsp:droplet name="Switch">
                     <dsp:param name="value" param="person.hasCar"/>
    <dsp:oparam name="false">
 No vehicle


   usage: Lets you set up a form that accepts user inputs, which are saved as component properties.

   syntax:  <dsp:form  method="{get|post}" [action="jsp-page"]  [synchronized="component-spec"]
                        [formid="id"]  [requiresSessionConfirmation="{true|false}"]/>

    synchronized --> Specifies the Nucleus path and name of a component that is blocked from accepting other form submissions until this form is submitted.
    formid --> Assigns a unique identifier to the form. Forms require unique identifiers when a page specifies multiple forms and conditionally displays only one of them.
    requiresSessionConfirmation  --> If set to true, prevents cross-site attacks

   example: <dsp:form method="post" action="servbeantest.jsp" synchronized="/samples/Student"/>


   usage: All dsp:input tags must be embedded between <dsp:form>..</dsp:form> tags, which are either in the same JSP or a parent JSP.

   syntax:  <dsp:input [type="input-control"] [name="input-name"]   bean="property-spec" ["source-spec"]
                       [checked="{true|false}"]  [default="value"]  [priority=integer-value]/>

    type --> text  or checkbox  or  radio  or hidden  or submit or  image(defines a submit control that uses the image)
    name --> For all input types other than radio and checkbox, the assigned name must be unique.
   bean --> The bean attribute for a submit control can also specify a form handler operation such as cancel or update
   source-spec --> Specifies to prepopulate the input field from  beanvalue  or paramvalue  or value . If source-value is omitted, the input field contains the target property’s current value.
   checked  --> If set to true, displays a checkbox or radio button as selected.
   default --> Specifies a default value to save to the component property if the user neglects to supply a value
   priority --> Specifies the priority of this input field during form processing

    <dsp:input bean="StudentFormHandler.updateSuccessURL" type="hidden" value="index.jsp"/>
    <dsp:input tabindex="2" type="text" id="searchinput" name="searchinput" bean="SearchValidateFormHandler.searchString"  maxlength="1000" priority="10"  value="<%=defaultKeyword%>"  onfocus="clearTextArea(searchbutton,searchinput)" />
    <dsp:input bean="SearchValidateFormHandler.validate" name="validate" id="validate" type="hidden" value="DAS" style="display:none" priority="-10"/>
    <dsp:input type="submit" bean="StudentFormHandler.create" value="Register"/>
    <dsp:input type="radio" name="sex" id="male" bean="SearchValidateFormHandler.gender" />
    <dsp:input type="radio" name="sex" id="female" bean="SearchValidateFormHandler.gender" />


   usage: renders a value in a bean property or page parameter

   syntax: <dsp:valueof value-source>
                 value-source  --> bean  or  param  or value

   example:  <dsp:valueof param="currentName">Happy User</dsp:valueof>
         <h4><dsp:valueof bean="SearchDisplayDroplet.departmentLabel"/></h4>
 <input type="hidden" name="firstFacetLabel" value="<dsp:valueof param="firstFacetLabel"/>" id="firstFacetLabel"/>



   usage: lets you create an extended text box that for multi-line input

   example: <dsp:textarea bean="Student.disciplinaryAction" default="None"/>



   usage: It can also update a servlet bean property value and pass a page parameter to the destination page.

  syntax:  <dsp:a link-destination> link-text [param-list]   [property-settings]  </dsp:a>
link-destination  --> href ( resolves absolute paths using the Web server doc root as a starting point) or  page ( resolves absolute paths using the Web application root as a starting point)
        param-list  --> One or more embedded dsp:param
        property-settings  --> specifies settings for one or more bean properties.

   example: <dsp:a href="homepage.jsp">Go to your home page
  <dsp:param name="city" beanvalue=""/>


14.dsp:select and  dsp:option

   example: <dsp:select bean="Student.Summerhobbies" multiple="true" nodefault="true" priority="10">
                     <dsp:option value="hiking">hiking</dsp:option>
                    <dsp:option value="biking">biking</dsp:option>
     <dsp:option value="swimming">swimming</dsp:option>


Thursday, 24 May 2012

ATG --> How to use the Transaction Manager

Basic concepts of Java transaction

In its simplest definition, a transaction is a set of actions that is treated as an atomic unit; either all actions take place (the transaction commits), or none of them take place (the transaction rolls back).

Managing transactions is one of the primary tasks of an application server. The application server keeps track of transactions, remembering which transaction is associated with which request, and what transactional resources (such as JDBC or JMS connection) are involved. Each active transaction is represented by a transaction object, which implements the interface javax.transaction.Transaction.

A transaction is usually associated with a thread and only one transaction can be associated with a thread at any one time. A central service, called the Transaction Manager, is responsible for keeping track of all these transactions. The Transaction Manager is implemented through the Java Transaction API (JTA).

Transaction and Dynamo applications

In Dynamo applications, the TransactionManager object is represented by a Nucleus component, /atg/dynamo/transaction/TransactionManager. Nucleus components can get a pointer directly to the /atg/dynamo/transaction/TransactionManager component. Dynamo also exposes this component to standard J2EE components, such as servlets and EJBs, through the JNDI name dynamo:/atg/dynamo/transaction/TransactionManager.

In order for a transaction to keep track of all the resources, those resources must be enlisted with the transaction. Application server does this when we get the resource connection through a conection factory. These factory objects are available in Dynamo as Nucleus services. For example, the standard Dynamo DataSource object is found at /atg/dynamo/service/jdbc/JTDataSource. Nucleus components should acquire resources through these proper connection factory services, rather than accessing drivers directly from their managers. Dynamo’s default configuration uses a JDBC driver configured to simulate two-phase commits to work with JDBC drivers that do not support the two-phase commit protocol.

Best practice in dynamo transaction handling

The application should not attempt to acquire the resource once and pass it around from component to component in the interest of avoiding the code for acquiring or closing the connection. The application server make sure that same Connection object must be returned each time a connection is requested throughout a single transaction. Application components are required to close JDBC connections when they finish doing their individual portion of work. Rather than actually closing the connection to the database, the application server intercepts these close requests and interprets them as signals from the application that it is done with the connection for the time being. The application server then responds to that signal by returning the connection to a pool, or by maintaining the connection’s transactional association.

Transaction demarcation : doing small and complete tasks

For doing some small set of tasks by a thread which is already in a transaction, the thread can suspend the current transaction. After suspending, the transaction still exists and keeps track of the resources it has used so far, but any further work done by the thread does not use that transaction. After the transaction is suspended, the thread can create a transaction. After ending this new transaction, the previously suspended transaction can be resumed. An application server can suspend and resume transactions through calls to the TransactionManager object , but individual applications should not perform these operations directly. Instead, applications should use J2EE transaction demarcation facilities.

Transaction demarcation always wraps a sequence of actions. The demarcation initializes some transactional behavior before the demarcated area begins, then ends that transactional behavior when the demarcated area ends. The application server uses these demarcations to determine the appropriate calls to the TransactionManager object.

following are the differetn transaction demarcation modes ---> Required, RequiresNew , NotSupported , Supports , Mandatory , Never.

The class atg.dtm.UserTransactionDemarcation can be used by J2EE components and Nucleus components to perform basic transaction demarcation. This class accesses the UserTransaction object to perform its operations. The class atg.dtm.TransactionDemarcation can be used by Nucleus components to demarcate areas of code at a fine granularity. J2EE components cannot use this class, because it accesses the TransactionManager object directly.

Demarcation Code Sample

atg.dtm.TransactionDemarcation transactionDemarcation = new TransactionDemarcation();
if (isTransactionMarkedAsRollBack()){
}finally {
}catch (TransactionDemarcationException transactionDemarcationException) {
    <handle the transactionDemarcationException>

Demarcation in Pages

The DSP tag libraries dsp:beginTransaction, dsp:commitTransaction, dsp:demarcateTransaction, dsp:rollbackTransaction, dsp:setTransactionRollbackOnly, dsp:transactionStatus are available for transaction management. Also the droplets /atg/dynamo/transaction/droplet/Transaction and /atg/dynamo/transaction/droplet/EndTransaction  can be used to start and transaction in pages.

Debugging rollbacks

To debug the transaction rollbacks, in the TranasactionManager component, set debugTracesForRollbacks to true. So that application throws the rollback details, else you will never know which component actually set transaction to rollback.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

ATG features and ATG OOB modules

Features supported by ATG:
  • Product Catalogue --> Custom Catalogue Creation, Localized Catalogs
  • Order Management --> Customize Order Management Process, Integrate with 3rd Party Order Management Tool (Yantra), Partial Order Fulfillment
  • Promotions --> Custom Promotion Creation, Integration with Ad Server (NetGravity)
  • Campaigns --> Custom Campaign Development, Marketing Campaigns, Targeted Campaigns
  • Personalization --> Profile Extensions, Explicit Rule Based Personalization, Implicit Dynamic 
  • Personalization Commerce --> Shopping Cart Customization, Shopping List Creation, Customize Checkout process 
  • Payments --> Integration with Payment Gateway (Cybercash,ClearCommerce), Bulk Payment
  • Collaboration --> Chat, Discussion Forum, Message Board, Net Meetings 
  • Reporting --> Click Stream Analysis, Site Analytics, Integration with 3rd Party Tools (HitBox, Netstat) 
  • Search --> Integration with Search Engine (Verity, Autonomy), Database/Document Search, Catalog Search 
  • Performance Management --> Load Testing and Optimization, Fail Over, Performance optimization 
  • ATG Migration --> JHTML to JSP conversion, DB Access mechanism migrated from Relational Views to Repository way (for 4.x to 5.x migration), Component Mapping and migration 
Main ATG modules:

Adds missing administrative accounts for the ATG Control Center. 
Resets the default login accounts for the ATG Control Center. 
Enables the ATG platform to use ATG Search to index and search content from product catalogs and other repositories.
Enables Dynamo to accept connections from the ATG Control Center.
Note: This module must be running if you want to use the ATG Control Center.
Runs the ATG Control Center in the same JVM used by the application server that the Nucleus-based application is running on. 
ATG Personalization
ATG Scenarios
Repository Loader. Takes files that are stored in a file system, converts them into repository items, and loads the items into the repository.
Browser-based administration interface for Dynamo’s SQL JMS message system. 
Content Administration modules
Supports the building of browser-based user interfaces for an ATG Content Administration (versioned) environment. The module includes the Asset Picker and functionality related to it. Requires the WebUImodule
The ATG Business Control Center. Includes the Home page functionality and the View Mapping system.
Publishing Agent. Runs on production and staging servers and performs content deployment operations by communicating with the ATG Content Administration server.
Publishing Web Agent. Runs on the production and staging Web servers and performs Web content deployment operations by communicating with the ATG Content Administration server.
ATG Content Administration. 
The source module for the Web Application Reference Implementation provided with ATG Content Administration.
The versioning module for the Web Application Reference Implementation provided with ATG Content Administration.
Supplies the portlets that make up the ATG Business Control Center interface. Including this module also causes the Publishing.base,AssetUI, and BizUI modules to be included. Include this module to perform most basic tasks in ATG Content Administration, such as product evaluation.
Contains support for browser-based user interfaces. Examples are the tree-based asset browsing feature and a calendar widget.
Commerce modules
ATG Business Commerce
Note: To run ATG Commerce, you must use one and only one of the following modules: B2BCommerce,B2BCommerce.Versioned, B2CCommerce, orB2CCommerce.Versioned.
Including this module also includes DCS.CustomCatalogs and its modules.
Enables Business Commerce extensions to the ATG Commerce Search.
Use instead of B2BCommerce module if running ATG Merchandising. (Requires the and PubPortlet modules also.)
Note: To run ATG Commerce, you must use one and only one of the following modules:B2BCommerce,B2BCommerce.Versioned, B2CCommerce, orB2CCommerce.Versioned.
Including this module also includes B2BCommerce,DCS.DynamicCustomCatalogs.Versioned, and their modules.
ATG Consumer Commerce
Note: To run ATG Commerce, you must use one and only one of the following modules:B2BCommerce,B2BCommerce.Versioned, B2CCommerce, orB2CCommerce.Versioned.
Including this module also includes DCS and its modules.
Use instead of B2CCommerce module if running ATG Merchandising. (Requires the and PubPortlet modules also.)
Note: To run ATG Commerce, you must use one and only one of the following modules:B2BCommerce,B2BCommerce.Versioned, B2CCommerce, orB2CCommerce.Versioned.
Including this module also includes B2CommerceDCS.Versioned, and their modules.
Base ATG Commerce module
Including this module also includes DSSDPS, and their modules.
Provides tools for dealing with abandoned orders and shopping carts.
Including this module also includes DCS and its modules.
Runs custom catalogs in an ATG Commerce production environment.
Including this module also includes DCS and its modules.
Runs custom catalogs in an ATG Commerce development environment.
Including this module also includes DCS.CustomCatalogs and its modules.
Runs custom catalogs in an environment running ATG Commerce and ATG Merchandising. (Requires the and PubPortletmodules also.)
Including this module also includes DCS.DynamicCustomCatalogs,DCS.CustomCatalogs.Versioned, and their modules.
Use instead of the PublishingAgent module on the target server if Commerce repository items are deployed to that server.
Including this module also includes PublishingAgentDCS, and their modules.
Enables ATG Commerce to use ATG Search to index and search content from product catalogs and other repositories.
Use instead of DCS module if running Commerce with ATG Merchandising.
Including this module also includes Publishing.baseDCS, and their modules.
ATG Commerce order fulfillment
Including this module also includes DCS and its modules.