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# Specifications¶

A specification stores a single piece of Product information. This can be the Product’s dimensions, color, weight, capacity, or any other attribute. These details can help customers when comparing similar Products.

Specification data is ordered into groups, labels, and values to make them easy to display and maintain.

Name

Description

Specification Group

Entity for grouping and organizing similar Specification Labels (e.g., dimensions)

Specification Label

Entity for storing a Specification Value (e.g., height)

Specification Value

Product-specific data added to a Specification Label (e.g., 100 cm)

Note

Specifications defined at the SKU level override Specifications defined at the Product level. See Overriding Product Level Information for more details.

## Specification Groups¶

1. Navigate to the Global Menu () → CommerceProducts.

2. Click the Specifications tab.

3. Click the Specification Groups sub-tab. By default, there are five Specification Groups included:

To add a new Specification Group, click the Add button ().

Field

Description

Title

Shows the display name of the Specification Group.

Description

Explains what the specifications have in common

Priority

Establishes the order to display the specification groups with smaller numbers going first.

Key

Uniquely identifies this group programmatically.

## Specification Labels¶

To create a specification label:

1. Navigate to the Global Menu () → CommerceProducts.

2. Click the Specifications tab.

3. Click the Specifications Labels sub-tab.

4. There are nine Specification Labels included by default:

To add a new Specification Group, click the Add button ().

Field

Description

Label

Shows the display name of the Label.

Description

Gives a description of the label.

Use in Faceted Navigation

Toggle this label to use in faceted navigation.

Default Specification Group

Choose a group to associate this label with.

Key

Uniquely identifies this group programmatically.

The label has been created, but assigning a value to it must be done on the Product level.

## Specification Values¶

Groups and labels are scoped to the catalog, which means once they are created, they can be assigned to any Product in the catalog. Values, however, are scoped to the Product and have no impact anywhere but on the Product to which they are assigned.

To create a specification label, you must first assign a label to a Product.

1. Navigate to the Global Applications menu → CommerceProducts.

2. Click on a Product (for example, Torque Converter. This sample Product is added when using the Minium accelerator.)

3. Click on the Specifications sub-tab.

4. The following values have been added by default:

5. Click the Add button ().

6. Check the boxes for one or more specification labels from the list of specification labels.

7. Click Add to close the pop-up.

This assigns the selected labels to the Product.

Next, edit the label to give it a value.

1. Click on the 3-dot icon next to the new label.

2. Click Edit.

Field

Description

Value

Gives a short description of what the Product is made of

Group

Select a Specification Group.

Priority

Establishes the order to display the specification groups with smaller numbers going first.

You can also override the specification group that was selected when the label was created. When editing the label to assign a value, you can choose any group from the Group drop-down box. This change applies only to the current Product and has no effect on other Products that use the same label.