Configure Oracle BI Applications by following this high-level roadmap.
To launch FSM, click the Perform Functional Configurations link in Configuration Manager. If Single Sign-On has not been configured between Configuration Manager and FSM, you will be required to log into FSM. You use the same login credentials for FSM as you did for Configuration Manager.
For example, you might deploy Oracle Financial Analytics, with Functional Areas: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and General Ledger. See Enabling Offerings in FSM.
For example, you might create an Implementation Project to configure Oracle Financial Analytics, with Functional Areas: Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and General Ledger. See Creating an Implementation Project and Select Offerings.
Important:When you create an Implementation Project, FSM generates the Tasks required to configure the specified Offerings. By default, the Tasks are assigned to the BI Applications Administrator user. If required, you can optionally assign Tasks to Functional Developers, who will then perform the Tasks.
For example, you might assign Accounts Payable tasks to user Fred, Accounts Receivable tasks to user Jill, and General Ledger tasks to user Mike. To configure large projects, see Additional Steps for Managing Projects in FSM.
Alternatively, the Tasks can be performed by the default BI Administrator user. See Assigning Tasks to Functional Developers.
To access the Go To Task option in FSM, you must be logged into FSM as a user with either BI Applications Functional Developer Duty privileges or BI Applications Administrator Duty privileges.
For example, user Fred performs the Tasks related to General Ledger.
For example, you might use the 'Parameters by Offerings' report on the Overview page to monitor the number of parameters with no values specified. In addition, FSM provides charts for monitoring the progress of Implementation Projects. See Monitoring Implementation Projects.
When functional Configuration is complete, you are ready to start ETL. To perform ETL, see Overview of Load Plan Life Cycle in Oracle Business Intelligence Applications ETL Guide.
For example, the Implementation Manager might use the Domains and Mappings page in Configuration Manager to add a Domain, or to resolve unmapped domain values. To change configurations in Configuration Manager, see Locating Unmapped Domain Values in Configuration Manager.