The Definitive Guide to Oracle FDMEE
Are you considering an upgrade from FDM to FDMEE? Have you recently upgraded from FDM to FDMEE? Have you recently been hired as an FDMEE administrator and need to expand your knowledge? If so, then The Definitive Guide to Oracle FDMEE is the book you’ve been looking for!
Built within the Oracle Hyperion Workspace, and leveraging ODI as its data engine, FDMEE is the next generation of FDM, and the strategic option for Oracle relating to data integration within the EPM suite. The application features numerous enhancements over the previous generation including expanded mapping capabilities, more robust scripting options, improved scalability, support for Life Cycle Management, and much more.
The Definitive Guide to Oracle FDMEE is a practical book that provides not only technical information about the application and its different functionality but which shares fundamental knowledge about how and why the application can and should be used. Written by one of the top FDM experts around – Tony Scalese – chapters have been designed to highlight critical functionality and share real world deployment strategies. These strategies have been developed through years of actual implementation experience.
In this Book:
> Learn all about System, Application, and User Settings
> Explore core metadata items – source systems, source accounting entities, target application registration, import formats, locations and data load rules
> Expand your knowledge of mapping with an exploration of advanced mapping options such as format mask, multidimensional and SQL
> Follow detailed instructions for configuring an IDE for scripting development
> Create new integrations based on leading practice.
> Implement a security model that meets the needs of your organization
> Troubleshoot effectively using application logs and ODI Studio
> Understand the Software Development Life Cycle and how LCM can be used to support the SDLC process
> Learn how to maintain an application properly over time to ensure performance and stability