Setting the Threshold Value

This section enables you to select the Threshold Values for variance conditional formatting (Variance in % ), the selected range of Threshold Values are used in various reports of the Performance Indicator Dashboard.

For Conditional Formatting, you can define a particular threshold range of values to a particular color code. Based on the conditional formatting, you can customize the visual appearance of threshold value. These threshold values are symbolically represented in different forms such as: Color of a tile, and along the arc of a Gauge. For more information, see Oracle Financial Management Analytics User’s Guide.

  To set the Threshold Values for variance conditional formatting (Variance in % ), perform these steps:

  1. Select the Lower Limit and Upper Limit value in the Red color line. If the variance percentage is in between the specified values, then those values are symbolically represented in Red color. For example, Red color in gauge meter.

  2. Select the Upper Limit in the Yellow color line. If the variance percentage range is in between the specified values, then those values are symbolically represented in Yellow color. For example, Yellow color in gauge meter.

  3. Select Upper Limit value in the Green color line, the Lower Limit value is auto populated based on the value selected in the Yellow color line. If the variance percentage is in between the specified values, then those values are symbolically represented in Green color. For example, Green color in gauge meter.

    Select the required Threshold Value for variance conditional formatting (Variance in % )

Caution!

Ensure that you provide the correct configuration details. If necessary, you can modify the configuration settings before clicking Save.