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This document includes important, late-breaking information about this release of Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition. Review this Readme thoroughly before installing Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System.
See the Oracle ® Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition Release 22.214.171.124 New Features Guide. For new features relating to installation, architecture, and deployment changes in this release, see “New Features in this Release” in the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System Readme.
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This section includes defects fixed in Release 18.104.22.168.000. To review the list of defects fixed between earlier releases, use the Defects Fixed Finder. This tool enables you to identify the products you own and your current implementation release. With a single click, the tool quickly produces a customized report of fixed-defect descriptions with their associated platforms and patch numbers. This tool is available here:
20138816 -- Parallel data load to Oracle Essbase ASO Cube results in an error.
19336496 -- Adding an import script increases the import time significantly.
19078640 -- FDMEE Intersection Check Report is not formatted.
19078498 -- Check Report does not print the message returned from the check rule.
18610109 -- Add ability to export a single period for a multi-load data rule from the Data Load Workbench.
18483142 -- Remove double quotes around data values that have been imported from a file.
18281602 -- FDMEE workflow icons/fish do not display when deployed on Internet Information Services (IIS).
18237230 -- Parallel batch loads for two data load rules fail.
18224820 -- Write-back filters do not delineate relative members for an Oracle Essbase ASO application.
18137644 -- Negative numbers and negative exponents in scientific notations are handled as positive values.
18119886 -- “DB TYPE IS SQLSERVER DATA TYPE NUMBER( 38 )” causes issue.
17897993 -- Move Check Entity, Check Rule, and Logic Group options to the FDMEE Setup tab.
The following are the noteworthy known issues of this release.
20394461 -- A multi-period, non-contiguous text data load rule is marked as a contiguous period load.
Workaround: In Data Load Rules, change the File type to “Multi-Period Text File (Non-Contiguous Period)” manually, and save the data load rule. FDMEE displays any source filters that were set prior to the upgrade correctly and the rule works fine.
20320597 -- After write-back, export fails and the Check Report displays an error message.
If the Check Rule is assigned to a location before upgrading, then after the write-back, the location is assigned to the check rule incorrectly. This causes the check step to fail.
Workaround: Remove the check rule from the location and save it.
20320474 -- Write-back fails for a Peoplesoft application using period mappings.
20320007 -- Oracle Hyperion Financial Management intercompany load fails on a Linux environment.
20310919 -- Refresh members for a Financial Management application fails when intercompany partner (ICP) transactions have been enabled.
Workaround: First run the refresh members feature before enabling ICP transactions for the application. Then if ICP transactions have been enabled, run refresh members for individual dimensions in Data Load Mapping.
20308188 -- When a journal has Japanese characters, and then you export it to the Oracle E-Business Suite GL interface, the journal source column shows corresponding English characters.
20250431 -- Write-back rules target value LOV shows incorrect member.
20243338 -- A multi-period, non-contiguous data load rule to Excel runs as a contiguous period load in Process Details.
Workaround: Refresh the Process Details screen. Periods are shown correctly at the bottom of the screen, and are shown incorrectly only at the intermediate stage.
20235842 -- When you specify metadata for Financial Management, the currency attribute is not updated in member properties when you deselect the Use System Default feature and enter the currency manually.
20205391 -- Data synchronization and write-back fail when multiple periods are loaded to Oracle Hyperion Financial Management and one period has no data.
20013531 -- French and French-Canadian translations of some messages may show missing apostrophes (').
19986647 -- Write-back only recognizes the underscore (_) character as a concatenation operator in segment mapping.
Segment operators only work when the separator is an underscore (-). If the separator is not an underscore, then the separator acts like * and brings over the entire field contents.
19769234 -- Error occurs when exporting TDATASEG table to Excel interface.
Workaround: When exporting large tables, use Reports.
19681915 -- Concatenating ledger segment during metadata load fails.
19625362 -- Target option LOVs for write-back are not showing filtered values.
19453738 -- Running a Check Report fails for Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management applications.
Upgrade customers must perform the following Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition configuration steps manually:
Set up the Data Server is required for customers upgrading from all versions.
Regenerate the ODI scenario when you:
upgrade from one release to another.
have customized the ODI package. In this case, reapply the customization after the upgrade and regenerate the scenarios.
Customers who upgrade from 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199 must setup the application root folder.
Write-back related setups are converted to a standard data load setup as part of the upgrade process. New import formats, locations, and data rules are created as part of the process. Review the newly created setups, and make sure they match the previous setups.
You need to set up the appropriate data servers based on the ERP source system used to source metadata and/or data.
When importing from ERP sources (EBS/PeopleSoft/Fusion/JD Edwards/SAP), set up the applicable data servers listed below:
EBS_DATA_SERVER—For Oracle E-Business Suite General Ledger
PSFT_FMS_DATA_SERVER—For PeopleSoft General Ledger and Commitment Control
PSFT_HCM_DATA_SERVER—For PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HCM)
FUSION_DATA_SERVER—For Fusion General Ledger
JDE_DATA_SERVER—JD Edwards Enterprise (JDE) General Ledger
For example, select EBS_DATA_SERVER or PSFT_FMS_DATA_SERVER.
For example, enter oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver
For example, enter jdbc:oracle:thin:@<host>:<port>:<sid>
When you use an Open Interface adapter, JD Edwards adapter, or SAP adapter, regenerate the ODI Scenario in the import format.
This step generates the ODI Scenario based on the import format mappings.
If you plan to use the SAP ERP Financials or SAP BW integration, you must download the FDMEE-SAP Adapter from the Oracle partner Bristlecone’s website. Please register at the website http://www.bristleconelabs.com/edel/edel_login.asp to obtain login information. In addition, refer to the documentation provided by Bristlecone for details regarding the SAP Adapter configuration.
With the data synchronization and write-back enhancements in this release, the structure of the Oracle® Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management Enterprise Edition Administrator's Guide has changed.
In previous versions of the guide, Chapter 8: Data Write-Back explained the former write back functionality. This chapter has been removed since the new functionality is described now in Chapter 3: Data Load, Synchronization, and Write-Back.
In Appendix E: Working with Open Interface Adapters, a new section called “Customizing ODI to Load Data from a Custom Source” section has been added.
This section shows you how to modify the Open Interface Adapter, and move the updated content to a different environment for further testing or use in production.
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