In forms and ad hoc grids, you can use business rules to calculate data in the database.
Data source types: Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud, Oracle Enterprise Planning and Budgeting Cloud, Oracle Financial Consolidation and Close Cloud, Oracle Tax Reporting Cloud
Some business rules prompt you to enter information, called a runtime prompt. Others, called template-based business rules, prompt you to enter parameter information using a guided wizard.
Watch this overview video to get acquainted with some basic Oracle Smart View for Office functionality related to Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud, including a brief discussion of business rules.