About this course

Course code TPD69375GC20
Duration 3 Days

This Oracle Data Relationship Management Administration training teaches you how to build a Data Relationship Management application through hands-on exercises. You'll develop the skills to successfully define an application and then add versions, hierarchies and nodes.Learn To:Create Data Relationship Management applications.Manage enterprise data and security in Data Relationship Management.Explain best practices for implementing Data Relationship Management.Describe Data Relationship Management concepts, terminology and architecture.Create business rules for your data by creating validations and properties with formulas.Fine-tune the display of properties for nodes by setting up node types.Export the data to a file and to a database table.Create properties both manually and in bulk through the Migration Utility to support the application data.Complete the ImplementationTo complete the implementation, expert Oracle University instructors will teach you how to set up user security, perform audit activities and archive your application by exporting it with the Migration Utility. This course uses release 11.1.2.3 software.VersionsBefore finalizing a version, you'll then clean the data by creating queries and compares. You'll then updating the data with action scripts. Finally, learn how to blend versions to create a final version.Live Virtual Class FormatA Live Virtual Class (LVC) is exclusively for registered students; unregistered individuals may not view an LVC at any time. Registered students must view the class from the country listed in the registration form. Unauthorized recording, copying, or transmission of LVC content may not be made.

Delegates will learn how to

  • Manage versions, hierarchies, and nodes
  • Define properties for applications
  • Import data into applications
  • Query and compare application data
  • Describe Data Relationship Management
  • Create Data Relationship Management applications
  • Update application data with action scripts
  • Blend versions in applications
  • Create formulas and dynamic scripts for derived properties
  • Create validations for applications
  • Set up node types in applications
  • Export application data
  • Manage security for applications
  • Audit application data
  • Configure Governance Workflows
  • Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management

Outline

Product Orientation

  • About Data Relationship Management
  • Data Relationship Management Architecture
  • Implementation Process for Data Relationship Management Applications
  • Audiences for Data Relationship Management
  • Connecting to Applications with Web Client
  • Navigating Web Client

Working with Versions and Hierarchies

  • Working with Versions
  • Working with Hierarchies
  • Implementation Considerations
  • Querying and Viewing Transaction History

Working with Nodes

  • Creating Nodes
  • Inserting and Removing Nodes
  • Adding and Deleting Nodes
  • Inactivating and Re-Activating Nodes
  • Copying and Moving Nodes
  • Viewing and Editing Properties
  • Domain Membership for Nodes
  • Implementation Considerations

Defining Properties

  • About Custom Properties
  • Configuring Defined Properties
  • Configuring List Values
  • Configuring Lookup Values
  • Configuring Inheriting Properties
  • Assigning Controlling Hierarchies to Global Inheriting Properties
  • Creating Property Categories
  • Loading Metadata with the Migration Utility

Importing Data

  • About Importing Data
  • About Import Files
  • Opening, Copying, and Deleting Imports
  • Creating Imports
  • Running Imports

Querying and Comparing Data

  • Searching for Nodes
  • Viewing Orphan Nodes
  • Creating Queries
  • Creating Compares
  • Working with Query and Compare Results

Updating Data with Action Scripts

  • About Action Scripts
  • Creating Flat Files for Action Scripts
  • Loading Action Scripts from Flat Files
  • Running Action Scripts and Reviewing Results
  • Downloading Action Script Results
  • Modeling Nodes by Using Action Scripts

Blending Versions

  • About Blending Versions
  • Opening, Copying, and Deleting Blenders
  • Creating Blenders
  • Running Blenders

Creating Formulas and Dynamic Scripts for Derived Properties

  • About Formulas for Derived Properties
  • Formula Syntax
  • Creating Derived Properties by Using Formulas
  • Testing Formulas
  • Creating Derived Properties by Using Dynamic Scripts

Validating Data

  • About Validations
  • Creating Validations
  • Assigning Validations to Versions, Hierarchies, and Nodes
  • Running Batch Validations
  • Attaching Batch Validation to Exports
  • Working with Batch Validation Results
  • Editing and Deleting Validations

Setting Up Node Types

  • About Node Types
  • Process for Setting Up Node Types
  • Creating, Editing, and Deleting Glyphs
  • Creating, Editing, and Deleting Node Types
  • Assigning Node Types to Node
  • Configuring Hierarchy Node Type Property Values
  • Troubleshooting Node Type Assignments

Configuring Governance Workflows

  • About Data Relationship Governance
  • Working with Requests
  • Navigating the Worklist
  • Managing Workflow Tasks
  • Managing Workflow Models
  • Integrating External Workflow Applications

Exporting Data

  • About Exporting Data
  • About Export Types
  • Opening, Copying, and Deleting Exports
  • Creating Exports
  • Running Exports
  • Creating and Running Export Books

Managing Security

  • Security Levels
  • Creating and Managing Users
  • Assigning Access to Nodes
  • Assigning Access to Metadata Objects
  • Assigning Access to Property Categories
  • Granting Anonymous Access

Analyzing Data Changes and Migrating Metadata

  • Analyzing Data Changes
  • Archiving Metadata Changes

3 Days

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