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    • This tutorial demonstrates how to configure and perform external lookups in Oracle Data Relationship Management 11.1.2.4.330.

       
    • This tutorial demonstrates how to configure metadata and security for governance workflows in Oracle Data Relationship Management.

       
    • This tutorial demonstrates the submission, enrichment, and commitment of a single item change request using an Oracle Data Relationship Governance workflow model.

       
    • This tutorial demonstrates the submission, review, pushback, correction, and approval of a multiple item change request using an Oracle Data Relationship Governance workflow model.

       
    • This tutorial covers how to create and run imports in Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Web Client.

       
    • With a blender, you can add unrelated hierarchies from two different versions into a new version. For example, you blend two account hierarchies from version1 with two entity hierarchies from version2 to result in four hierarchies in version3. This type of blender is easy to configure and analyze because the nodes do not overlap between the hierarchies in the source and target versions.

      This tutorial covers how to blend hierarchies from two different versions into a new version.

       
    • Hierarchy exports are useful when you want to output nodes from selected hierarchies in a flat list or a parent-child relationship format. Examples of hierarchy exports include an outline for a financial report or a list of cost centers by geographic region.

      In this tutorial, you export hierarchy nodes.

       
    • Exporting Global Nodes
      9.4 years ago

      Exporting global nodes is useful when you want to output a list of nodes from a version without specifying hierarchy information; for example, a master list of projects, a report of inactive customers, or a list of employees who are not assigned to a cost center.

      In this tutorial, you export global nodes.

       
    • Exports in a generation or level-based format are useful when you want to output specific nodes and hierarchy ancestor levels as separate columns. Examples of exports in a generation format include products by line and group, vendors by country and city, and customers by territory and region.

      In this tutorial, you export nodes in generation format.

       
    • Compare Exports are useful when you want to output the results of a hierarchy comparison process, which identifies differences in nodes, relationships, or properties between two hierarchies or two versions of the same hierarchy. For example, you export the differences for a hierarchy between the current normal version and its baseline version.

      In this tutorial, you export differences using compares.

       
    • With a blender, you can merge changes across versions. This type of blender is useful when you want to process incremental changes from an imported version into an existing production version. For example, you maintain a BalanceSheet hierarchy outside Data Relationship Management. The hierarchy is periodically imported into a new version in Data Relationship Management and then blended into the same hierarchy in an existing version to apply any updates since it was last imported.

      In this tutorial you learn how to merge changes across versions.

       
    • With a blender, you can combine similar hierarchies into a single hierarchy. For example, you blend a TotalGeography1 hierarchy in a version used for operational purposes into a TotalGeography2 hierarchy in another version used for budgeting purposes. Both hierarchies have similar nodes, but the TotalGeography2 hierarchy is more detailed in structure than the TotalGeography1 hierarchy.

      This tutorial covers how to combine similar hierarchies into a single hierarchy.

       
    • With a blender, you can combine different hierarchies into a single hierarchy.

      This tutorial covers how to combine different hierarchies into a single hierarchy.

       
    • This tutorial covers steps to configure Data Relationship Management with Hyperion Shared Services to enable external authentication with Oracle Internet Directory.

       
    • This tutorial covers steps to deploy and configure Data Relationship Management Web Service API.

       

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