The Dashboard view presents a portal-style interface into the application, providing simple, efficient views into running (or Active) schedules and task lists, and high-level summary representations into which you can drill down for greater detail. It is used for real time management, not historical review or planning.
The Dashboard provides visibility to only the schedules and tasks that the user has access to view. Users can customize their Dashboard and maximize or minimize dashboard controls called portlets.
See the Oracle Hyperion Tax Governance User's Guide.
My Worklist portlet displays tasks for which you are the Assignee or Approver and the current status is with you, and alerts for which you are the Assignee or Approver.
The Schedule Tasks portlet presents information about tasks and issues associated with schedules, enabling you to filter and sort the list into a form most convenient for roles and responsibilities. By default, the portlet displays tasks of all statuses for all Assignees for a specified schedule.
The Status Chart portlet provides a graphical representation of the progress of a schedule in terms of task status and alert status, with filtering mechanisms for adjusting the scope of the task set represented by the chart. The portlet is also a launch point into a schedule, bringing up the dashboard in a filtered state, matching the portlet configuration.
The Status Overview portlet presents an overview of a schedule, displaying daily workload and completion status.