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Oracle Financials Cloud:
Enterprise Structures with
General Ledger Implementation
Student Guide Volume I
D96139GC10
Edition 1.0 | July 2016 | D96876
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1 Introduction to Oracle Fusion Enterprise Structures with General Ledger


Implementation
Course Objectives 1-2
Course Approach 1-3
Oracle Fusion Implementation Resources 1-4
Oracle Help Center: docs.oracle.com 1-6
Oracle Cloud Application Service Pages 1-7
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Functional Structure 1-25
Common Application Discussion 1-26
Summary 1-28

2 Introducing Oracle Fusion Navigation


Objectives 2-2
Getting Started in Oracle Fusion Applications 2-3
Simplified Navigation 2-4
New Welcome Springboard 2-5
Favorites and Recent Items 2-6
User Interface 2-7
Dashboards 2-8
General Accounting Dashboard 2-9
Work Areas 2-10

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Panel 2-11
Search Panel Overview 2-12
Reports and Analytics Panel 2-13
Practice 2-1 Overview: Getting Started in Oracle Fusion Applications 2-14
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Infolets versus Infotiles 2-15


Infolets Overview 2-16
Infolet Repository 2-17
Subledger Infotiles Overview 2-18
Practice 2-2 Overview: Infolets and Infotiles 2-19
Summary 2-20

3 Introducing Functional Setup Manager


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Practice 3-2 Overview: Configuring Offerings (Demonstration) 3-16
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Implementation Project: Overview 3-18
Assign Tasks 3-19
Implementation Task Lists 3-20
Rapid Implementation Task List 3-21
Financials Task Lists 3-22
Practice 3-3 Overview: Creating an Implementation Project 3-23
Implementation Project for Ongoing Maintenance 3-24
Setup Data Export and Import: Overview 3-25
Offering Based Export 3-26
Offering Based Import 3-27
Offering Based Export and Import Process 3-28
Additional Information on Oracle Help Center 3-29
Summary 3-30

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4 Overview of Security
Objectives 4-2
Oracle Financial Cloud Security Methodology 4-3
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Security Reference Implementation 4-4


Points to Consider When Implementing the First Project 4-5
Function and Data Security 4-7
Types of Roles 4-8
Role Inheritance 4-9
Oracle Fusion Inheritance Model 4-10
Security Example with Data Role Added 4-11
New Data Security for R11 4-12
Assigning Data Scopes to Users for New Customers Only 4-13
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5 Discussing the Vision Story and Common Applications


Objectives 5-2
Overview 5-3
Scenario 5-4
Scenario Details 5-5
Vision Corporation Analysis 5-6
Vision Corporation Structure Diagram 5-8
Vision Corporation Enterprise Structure 5-10
Vision Corporation Business Unit and Department Structure 5-11
Vision Corporation Distribution Structure 5-12
Vision Corporation Chart of Accounts Summary 5-13
Define Geographies 5-14
Geographies: Overview 5-15

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Geography Structure 5-16
Geography Hierarchy 5-17
Geography Hierarchy Example 5-18
Geography Validations 5-19
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Manage Geography Validations 5-20


Address Cleansing 5-21
Geocoding Process 5-22
Importing Geography Options 5-23
Nokia Geography Reference Data Import 5-24
File-Based Import 5-25
Managing Geography Lookups 5-26
Tax Zone Types and Zones 5-27
Run Maintain Geography Name Referencing Process 5-28
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Assigning Segment Labels 6-14
Balancing Segment Labels 6-15
Cost Center Segment Labels 6-16
Other Segment Labels 6-17
Defining Hierarchies: Overview 6-18
Manage Business Units 6-19
Rapid Implementation Workbook 6-20
GL Rapid Implementation Additional Features 6-21
Cross-Validation Rules and Segment Value Security Rules 6-22
Account Combinations 6-23
Account Defaulting 6-24
Country-Specific Document and Journal Sequencing 6-25
Rapid Implementation Spreadsheets 6-26

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Completing the Accounting Configuration 6-28
Practice 6-2 Overview: Entering Data in the Rapid Implementation
Spreadsheet 6-30
Completing the Accounting Configuration 6-31
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Deployment Status 6-32


Practice 6-3 to 6-5 Overview: Completing the Rapid Implementation Process 6-33
Other Spreadsheet Uses 6-34
Enterprise Structures Setup Report 6-35
Diagnostic Tests for Enterprise Structures Setup Data 6-36
Define Legal Jurisdictions and Authorities 6-37
Legal Jurisdictions: Overview 6-38
Legal Authorities Overview 6-39
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Manage Legal Reporting Units 6-54
Legal Reporting Units: Points to Consider 6-55
Practice 6-10 Overview: Viewing a Legal Reporting Unit 6-56
Summary 6-57

7 Configuring General Ledger Components


Objectives 7-2
Financials Task Lists 7-3
Accounting Configuration Prerequisites 7-4
Creating Chart of Accounts: Considerations 7-5
Define Value Sets 7-6
Validation and Value Sets 7-8
Practice 7-1 Overview: Searching for and Reviewing Your Value Sets 7-9
Building the Chart of Accounts Structure 7-10

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Chart of Accounts Structure Attributes 7-11
Building the Chart of Accounts Restrictions 7-12
Chart of Accounts Instance 7-13
Account Shorthand Alias 7-14
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Practice 7-2, 7-3, and 7-4 Overview: Searching for and Deploying Your Chart of
Accounts 7-16
Define Segment Values 7-17
Assign Segment Attributes 7-18
Control Accounts: Benefits 7-20
Control Accounts Explained 7-21
Practice 7-5 Overview: Entering Values 7-22
Defining Hierarchies 7-23
Account Hierarchy Purposes 7-24
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Defining Segment Value Security Rules 7-39
General Points About Segment Value Security 7-40
Segment Value Security Examples 7-41
Segment Value Security Operators 7-42
Segment Value Security Rules and Hierarchies Example 7-43
Segment Value Security Rules with Hierarchies 7-44
Changes to an Account Hierarchy Referenced in Segment Value Security
Rules 7-45
Implementation Considerations 7-46
Implementing Segment Value Security 7-47
Segment Value Versus Data Access Set Security 7-48
Cross-Validation Rules 7-49
Cross-Validation Rules: Considerations 7-50
Dynamic Combination Creation Allowed 7-51

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Filters Overview 7-52
Filters and Conditions 7-53
Practice 7-9 Overview: Defining Cross-Validation Rules in a Spreadsheet 7-54
Manage an Accounting Calendar 7-55
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Accounting Calendar Considerations 7-56


Start Date 7-57
Period Frequency 7-58
Period Name Format 7-59
Calendar Type 7-60
Calendars with Different Period Frequencies 7-61
Adding a Calendar Year 7-63
Practice 7-10 Overview: Verifying Your Calendar 7-64
Calendar Auditing 7-65
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8 Configuring Ledgers
Objectives 8-2
Define Ledgers 8-3
Ledgers and Accounting Configurations 8-4
Define Ledger Components 8-6
Ledgers and Subledger Accounting 8-7
Manage Primary Ledgers 8-8
Practice 8-1 Overview: Searching for Your Ledger 8-9
Specify Ledger Options 8-10
Processes Using Ledger Options 8-11
Practice 8-2 Overview: Verifying Your Ledger Options 8-12
Balancing Segment Value Assignments: Overview 8-13
Balancing Segment Value Assignments to Legal Entities 8-14

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Balancing Segment Values Assignments to Ledgers 8-15
Balancing Segment Value Assignment Report 8-16
Practice 8-3 Overview: Verifying Legal Entities and Balancing Segment
Assignments 8-17
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Manage Reporting Currencies 8-18


Reporting Currencies: Conversion Levels 8-20
Practice 8-4 Overview: Defining Reporting Currencies 8-22
Define Secondary Ledgers 8-23
Secondary Ledgers: Scenarios 8-24
Secondary Ledgers: Conversion Levels 8-25
Secondary Ledger Example 8-26
Secondary Ledger Example Conclusion 8-27
Secondary Ledgers Mapping 8-28
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Balance Cubes: Overview 8-34
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Summary 8-44

9 Configuring Journal Approval


Objectives 9-2
Approval Workflow: Overview 9-3
Approval Management: Overview 9-4
Key Concepts: Stages 9-5
Key Concepts: Participants 9-6
Key Concepts: Rule Sets and Rules 9-7
Key Concepts: List Builders 9-8
Manage Task Configurations 9-10
Assignees Tree 9-12
Rule Sets 9-13
Defining Rule Settings 9-14

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Defining Rules 9-15
IF Component 9-16
THEN Component 9-17
Rule Example 9-19
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Deadlines 9-21
Notifications 9-23
Configuration 9-25
Access 9-26
Manage Approval Groups: Static 9-27
Manage Approval Groups 9-28
Manage Journal Approval Rules 9-29
Manage Journal Approval Rules Setup 9-30
Journal Approval Rule Considerations 9-31
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Summary 9-38
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Specify Ledger Options 10-11
Balancing Rules: Order of Precedence 10-12
Evaluation of Intercompany Balancing Rules 10-13
Manage Intercompany Balancing Rules 10-14
Manage Secondary and Clearing Company Balancing Options 10-17
Key Decisions and Best Practices 10-19
Practice10-1 Overview: Setting Up a New Rule 10-24
Practice 10-2 Overview: Viewing Intercompany Balancing Rules and Secondary and
Clearing Company Balancing Options 10-25
Intercompany Allocation: Overview 10-26
Intercompany Allocation: Journals 10-27
Intercompany Allocation: Transactions 10-28
Intercompany Allocation Requirements 10-29

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Key Setup Tasks: Create Allocation Rules 10-30
Example: Intercompany Allocations 10-31
Intercompany Allocations Example 10-37
Oracle Fusion Intercompany Transactions Overview 10-39
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Intercompany General Ledger Integration 10-40


Intercompany Receivables and Payables Integration 10-41
Intercompany Transactions Dashboard 10-42
Manual Intercompany Transaction Processing Steps 10-43
Intercompany Transactions Setup 10-44
Manage Intercompany System Options 10-45
Manage Intercompany Transaction Types 10-46
Manage Intercompany Period Status 10-47
Manage Intercompany Organizations 10-48
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Key Decisions and Best Practices 10-62
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Intercompany Reconciliation 10-63
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Intercompany Reporting and Analysis 10-65
Practice 10-3 Overview: Creating an Intercompany Batch 10-66
Practice 10-4 Overview: Submitting and Reviewing Reconciliation Reports 10-67
Additional References on My Oracle Support 10-68
Summary 10-69

11 Configuring Period Close Components


Objectives 11-2
Overview 11-3
Open and Close Periods Life Cycle 11-4
Accounting Period Statuses 11-5
Accounting Periods: Overview 11-6
Period Close with Oracle Financials 11-7
Period Close Section 11-8

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Period Close Best Practices 11-9
Practice 11-1 Overview: Opening the First Accounting Period 11-10
Period Close Checklist 11-11
Period Close Components 11-12
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Allocation Concepts 11-13


Allocation Components 11-14
Defining Allocation Requirements 11-15
Generation of Allocations 11-16
Cross Ledger Intercompany Allocations 11-17
Step Down Allocation: Example One 11-18
Step Down Allocation: Example Two 11-19
Allocation Rule Concepts 11-20
Allocation Rule Deployment 11-21
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Historical Rates and Amounts 11-34
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noJournal Import Verification Process 11-36
Journal Import Validates 11-37
Reconciliation 11-38
Reconciliation Concepts 11-40
Payables Tax Reconciliation with General Ledger Report 11-41
Summary 11-42

12 Configuring Financial Reporting


Objectives 12-2
The New Financial Reporting Center: Overview 12-3
Other Reporting Tools: Overview 12-5
Access to the Financial Reporting Center 12-7
Viewing Financial Reports from the Financial Reporting Center 12-8
Live Reports and Published Snapshot Reports 12-9
Practice 12-1 Overview: Using the New Financial Reporting Center 12-10

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Oracle Fusion General Ledger Balances Cube: Overview 12-11
Dimension Values in Reporting 12-12
GL Balances Cube: Dimensions 12-13
GL Balances Cube: Default Values 12-15
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Dimension Values and Defaults 12-16


Smart View Overview 12-19
Smart View: Ad Hoc Analysis 12-21
Smart View: Query Designer 12-22
Creating Financial Reports 12-23
Financial Reporting Studio: Overview 12-24
Installing and Configuring the Financial Reporting Studio 12-25
Report Designer 12-26
Report Designers Standard Toolbar 12-27
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Practice 12-5 Overview: Creating a Report with the Financial Reporting Studio:
Defining the Grid and User Point of View Dimensions 12-43
Property Sheet 12-44
Property Sheet Component Objects and Features 12-45
Practice 12-6 Overview: Creating a Report with the Financial Reporting Studio:
Setting Properties 12-46
Text Box Objects 12-47
Image Objects 12-48
Practice 12-7 Overview: Creating a Report with the Financial Reporting Studio:
Adding a Logo and Title 12-49
Reviewing a Report 12-50
Practice 12-8 Overview: Reviewing a Report 12-51
Infolets Overview 12-52
Infolet Repository 12-53

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General Accounting Infolets 12-54
Budgetary Control Infolets 12-58
Budget Consumed Infolet 12-59
Funds Available Infolet 12-60
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Custom Infolets: Overview 12-61


Practice 12-9 Overview: Using Infolets Demonstration 12-62
Account Groups: Overview 12-63
Viewing Account Groups in the General Accounting Infolets 12-64
Defining Account Groups: Header Region 12-65
Defining Account Groups: Accounts Region 12-67
Practice 12-10 Overview: Setting Up the General Accounting Expense Infolet for All
Users Demonstration 12-68
Viewing Account Groups from the Financial Reporting Center 12-69
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Manage Statistical Units of Measure 13-6
Practice 13-2 Overview: Creating a Statistical Unit of Measure 13-7
Manage Journal Sources and Categories 13-8
Journal Sources 13-9
Journal Categories 13-10
Practice 13-3 Overview: Creating a Special Journal Source and Category 13-11
Sequencing Options 13-12
Manage Document Sequences 13-14
Document Sequences: Types 13-15
Manage Accounting and Reporting Sequences 13-16
Configurable Sequencing Assignment Options 13-17
Accounting and Reporting Sequences Setup 13-18
Enforcing Accounting and Reporting Document Sequences 13-19

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Practice 13-4 Overview: Creating an Accounting Sequence 13-20
Manage AutoPost Criteria Sets 13-21
AutoPost Criteria Sets: Parameters 13-22
AutoPost Criteria Sets: Elements 13-23
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Manage AutoReverse Criteria Sets 13-24


Manage Profile Options 13-26
Manage Processing Schedules 13-28
Practice 13-5 Overview: Creating a Processing Schedule 13-29
Summary 13-30

14 Introducing Consolidations
Objectives 14-2
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15 Introducing Budgets
Objectives 15-2
Budgeting Preparation 15-3
Budget Scenario Dimensions 15-5
Integration with Oracle Hyperion Planning 15-6
Importing Budget Data from a Flat File 15-7
Importing Budget Data from a Flat File: Steps 15-8
Importing Budget Data from a Spreadsheet 15-9
Importing Budget Data from a Spreadsheet: Import Correction 15-10
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Importing Budget Data from Smart View 15-13
Summary 15-14
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Appendix A: Common Application Topics


Objectives A-2
Manage Oracle Social Network Objects A-3
Enablement Options A-4
Update Translations A-6
Practice A-1: Managing Oracle Social Network Objects Demonstration A-8
Oracle Social Network Reference Resources A-9
Define Flexfields A-10
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Descriptive Flexfields: Segments A-28
Descriptive Flexfields: Context Segment A-29
Descriptive Flexfields A-30
Adding Flexfield Segments on Application Pages A-31
Extensible Flexfields A-35
Extensible Flexfields Context A-37
Extensible Flexfields A-38
Extensible Flexfield Example A-39
Key Flexfields A-43
Key Flexfield Structure A-45
Key Flexfield Instances A-46
Key Flexfields A-47
Tips for Managing Key Flexfields A-49
Flexfield Implementation Flow A-51

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Define Lookups A-54
Sample Lookup Type A-55
Lookup Components A-56
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Lookup Categories A-57


Manage Lookups A-58
Customize Lookups A-59
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Cloud to Cloud B-8
Cloud Connectors B-9
Outbound B-10
Prepackaged ERP Cloud Integrations B-11
Cloud to Cloud B-12
Cloud to On-Premises B-13
Cloud Connectors Touchless File Based Data Import B-14

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Web Services B-15
Touchless File Based Data Export B-16
Prepackaged Integration B-17
Inbound Transactions B-18
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Summary B-20

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Introduction to Oracle Fusion


Enterprise Structures with
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Use Oracle Functional Setup Manager (FSM) to implement
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Oracle Fusion Financials.


Understand Financial Security.
Discuss the common applications configuration for Oracle
Fusion Financials.
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Course Approach

Each lesson in this course:


Begins with your instructor presenting important concepts
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related to implementing Oracle Fusion Financials.


May also include one or more of the following activities:
Complete a portion of the case study in FSM.
Discuss key decisions and best practices.
Complete an activity or knowledge assessment task.
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Oracle Fusion Implementation Resources

Classroom and Other Resources:


Oracle Financials Cloud: Enterprise Structures and General
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Ledger Implementation Student guide (This guide and its


companion course)
Oracle Fusion Applications Help in the Applications
Oracle Fusion Technology Library on OTN
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- Oracle Fusion Applications: Financials Reporting (Document 1458904.1)
Oracle Help Center (http://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/financialscs_gs/index.html): Including
these Oracle Financials Cloud books:
- Getting Started with Your Financials Cloud Implementation
- Implementing Enterprise Structures and General Ledger
- Using Common Features including Infolet Personalization topics
- Customizing the Applications for Functional Administrators including Infolet Customization
topics
- Implementing Financials for Asia/Pacific
- Implementing Financials for EMEA
- Using Oracle Social Network
- Security Reference for Oracle Financials Cloud
- Creating Analytics and Reports

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- Using Analytics and Reports
- Using Financials for Asia/Pacific
- Using Financials for EMEA
- Using General Ledger
Oracle Hyperion Books including:
- Calculation Manager Designer's Guide
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- Data Relationship Management Administrator's Guide


- Data Relationship Management Oracle GL Integration Guide
- Data Relationship Management User's Guide
- Enterprise Performance Management Workspace Administrator's Guide
- Enterprise Performance Management Workspace User's Guide
- Financial Reporting Administrator's Guide
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Oracle Help Center: docs.oracle.com
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Oracle Cloud Application Service Pages
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Video Subject Areas on the Oracle Help Center

Link to the Video Area in Oracle Help Center


Get Started with Oracle Applications Cloud
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Set Up Oracle Applications Cloud


Customize Oracle Applications Cloud
Get Started with Oracle Financials Cloud
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Manage intercompany reconciliation.
Define a basic financial report.
Add formulas to a financial report.
Define range functions for a financial report.
Add grid points of view for a financial report.
Set the page and grid properties for a financial report.
Add formatting and graphing to a financial report.
Note: New videos are constantly being added.

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New Reference Guides

File Based Data Import


includes links to:
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Spreadsheets templates.
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processes.
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external sources, such as legacy systems and third-party applications. The File Based
Data Import for Oracle Financials Cloud Guide includes links to:
- Spreadsheets used to load data into Oracle Fusion Applications from external
sources, such as legacy systems and third-party applications. The spreadsheet
templates help to structure, format, and generate the data file according to the
requirements of the target application tables.
- File-based load process to load the data files into the interface tables.
- Application-specific data import processes to transfer data from interface tables to
the application tables in your Oracle Fusion Applications.
Tables and Views for Oracle Financials Cloud Guide includes:
- The tables with the basic information about the table columns, primary and foreign
keys, and indexes.
- The views, columns, and query details that are associated with each view.

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SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) Web Services for Oracle Financials Guide
include:
- Business Object Services relationships, operations, and security.
- Service Data Objects relationships and attributes.
Note: Use SOAP web services to integrate with or extend Oracle Applications Cloud.
Through web services, you can integrate heterogeneous applications within the enterprise or
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expose business functions to Oracle Cloud partners and customers over the Internet.

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Friendly Search
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Course Schedule

This course is designed to generally follow this agenda:


Day One:
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Introducing Oracle Fusion Financials


Introducing Functional Setup Manager for Financials
Exploring Financial Security
Configuring Common Applications
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Course Schedule

Day Three:
Configuring General Ledger
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Configuring Journal Approval


Configuring Intercompany Balancing Rules
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Configuring Financial Reporting
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Lesson Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to:


Introduce the Oracle Fusion Applications.
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Discuss Oracle Financials Cloud.


Discuss your implementation strategy.
Discuss the Common Financial Applications Configuration.
Identify your implementation needs.

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Introduction to Oracle Fusion Applications

Oracle Fusion Applications are:


An integrated suite of business applications.
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Engineered to work together.


Designed to ensure that your enterprise can be modeled.

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Designed to ensure that your enterprise can be modeled to meet legal and management
objectives.
The decisions about your implementation of Oracle Fusion Applications are affected by your:
Industry
Business unit requirements for autonomy
Business and accounting policies
Business functions performed by business units and, optionally, centralized in shared
service centers
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Introduction to Oracle Fusion Applications
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Oracle Fusion Strategy
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The Oracle applications strategy adapts quickly to changing business needs while lowering
integration costs and other short and long-term costs.
The Oracle Fusion Financials strategy provides:
A complete and integrated financial management solution that sets the foundation for
good governance and consistent growth.
Tools that help organizations make better decisions, increase efficiency, reduce costs,
and continue innovation.
A comprehensive solution that supports reporting with the right information at the right
time.

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Oracle Fusion Applications: Product Families

Financial Management
Human Capital Management
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Supply Chain Management


Project Portfolio Management
Procurement
Customer Relationship Management
Enterprise Governance, Risk, and Compliance Management
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A broad scope, with a few exceptions, in terms of global coverage.
Strong support for North America, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America.
A way to work that matches what end users do through role-based dashboards,
embedded business intelligence, and collaboration tools that dramatically increase
productivity and improve decision making.
Flexible implementation of applications in a modular fashion using delivery strategies
that meet the customers enterprise information technology strategy on the Oracle
Cloud.
Oracle Fusion Financials helps companies meet their obligations in key areas such as:
Compliance
Financial Control
Regulatory Reporting
Cost Containment
Risk Management

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Oracle Financials Cloud: Overview

Oracle Financials Cloud is a complete and integrated financial


management solution with:
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Automated financial processing.


Effective management control.
Real-time visibility to financial results.

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- Expenses
- Advanced Collections
- Cash Management
- Centralized accounting, tax, payment, and intercompany engines
Improved performance, lower IT costs, and better analysis and reporting results.

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Financials Cloud: Key Features

Multidimensional reporting platform.


Multiple reporting requirements.
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Role-based dashboards.
Embedded transactional intelligence.
Imaging integration.
Spreadsheet integration.

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Implementation Discussion

Discuss the needs for your implementation:


Scope of the project.
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Schedule and agenda of the project.


People involved in the project.
Applications to be implemented.
Employees.
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What is the scope of your project?
How soon will you go live?
Are you using consultants or in-house staff members?
What subledgers are you implementing?
Will you use Oracle HCM?
Are you in sales and do you have customers?
Will you use invoice imaging?

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Common Applications Configurations: Overview

Legal Structure
Managerial Structure
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Functional Structure

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business units, and departments aligned by your strategic objectives.
This section introduces the Oracle Fusion Financial Applications concepts for:
Legal structure: Defines your legal entities.
Managerial structure: Defines your divisions and business units.
Functional structure: Defines your departments and organizations.

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Legal Structure
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A legally recognized entity can own and trade assets and employ people in the jurisdiction in
which it is registered. When granted these privileges, legal entities are also assigned
responsibilities to:
Account for themselves to the public through statutory and external reporting.
Comply with legislation and regulations.
Pay income and transaction taxes.
Process value-added tax (VAT) collection on behalf of the taxing authority.
Many large enterprises isolate risk and optimize taxes by incorporating subsidiaries. They
create legal entities to facilitate legal compliance, segregate operations, optimize taxes,
complete contractual relationships, and isolate risk. Enterprises use legal entities to establish
the identity of their enterprise under the laws of each country in which their enterprise
operates.

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Managerial Structure
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Strategic business units
Cost centers

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Functional Structure
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Functional expenses such as research and development (R&D) and selling, general,
and administrative (SG&A) expenses

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Common Application Discussion

Discuss the needs for your implementation:


What is the level of configuration needed to achieve the
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reporting and accounting requirements?


What components of your enterprise do you need to report on
separately?
Which components can be represented by building a
hierarchy of values to provide reporting at both detail and
summary levels? a
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The questions continue in the next slide.

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Common Application Discussion

Security Structure
What level of security and access is allowed?
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Are area or local managers and the people that report to them
secured to transactions within their own area of responsibility?
Are the company transactions largely performed by a corporate
department or shared service center or within each local area?
Compliance Requirements
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Summary

In this lesson, you should have learned how to:


Introduce the Oracle Fusion applications.
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Discuss Oracle Financials Cloud.


Discuss your implementation strategy.
Discuss the Common Financial Applications Configuration.
Identify your implementation needs.

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Introducing Oracle Fusion


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Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to:


Navigate Oracle Fusion Applications.
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Explore dashboards.
Examine panels.
Review infolets and infotiles.

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Getting Started in Oracle Fusion Applications
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Designed with features for the best-in-class user-interface designs and workflows that
optimize usability and deliver business value.
All functionality revolves around the Oracle Fusion Applications Welcome Springboard, which
can be personalized.
Note: The Welcome Springboard view changes based on your roles and privileges.

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Simplified Navigation

Enhanced user interface features include: NEW


Welcome Springboard
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Infolets
Infotiles
Panels

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Detailed list of all the work areas that you have access to using the improved navigator.
Logical, related tasks organized into groups and displayed in a pre-determined order set
by the application.
Ability to configure tasks to meet your business needs.
Access to work areas and dashboards by clicking on the icons on the Welcome
Springboard or from the Navigator entries.

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New Welcome Springboard

Quick glance at your work-related conversations and


announcements.
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Page control navigation located at the top of the pages to


access the Welcome Springboard and the infolet pages.
Navigator to access additional applications.

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between that page and new infolet pages.
Use the icons on the Welcome Springboard to easily access relevant work areas and
dashboards. Alternatively, use the Navigator to access any additional applications.
Take advantage of the fact that no additional steps are required to enable the Welcome
Springboard.
Maintain your personalization and customization of the home page in earlier releases,
which is preserved on My Dashboard.

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Favorites and Recent Items
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The Favorites
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User Interface

Global Area
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Panel
Tabs

Infotiles Area

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Global Area: Contains links to help you navigate user interfaces, personalized links and
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Infotiles Area: Contains infotiles that give you a quick glance at key performance
indicators and that can be expanded for more details.
Section: Contains the transaction or form that requires creation, editing, or review.
Panel: Contains links to tasks, process, and reports and enables search on some
panels.
Panel Tabs: Opens several different panels including the Tasks, Search, and Report
panels.

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Dashboards

Oracle Fusion dashboards provide:


Information summaries: View of the big picture as well as
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prioritization.
Information monitoring: Quick action and further exploration.
Information containers: Multiple regions, dashboards, graphs,
and other objects.

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General Accounting Dashboard
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Intercompany Transactions
Journals
Closing Status
Process Monitor
The General Accounting Dashboard contains the following functionality with direct links:
Journals
Period Close
Inquiry and Reporting
Planning and Budgeting

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Work Areas
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Panel

Click on the Tasks icons to open the Panel.


Use the Panel tabs to:
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Access features without leaving the current application.


Perform searches.
Tasks Panel Tab
Run reports.

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Open the panel by clicking on one of the panel tabs. The panel is collapsed by default.
Use the slide-out panel to access features directly from any screen without leaving the
current application or navigating through different roles or hierarchies.
View the tasks available for your user role.

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Search Panel Overview

Use the Search Panel to perform local searches on the work area
you are currently using.
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Search Panel Tab

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Use the Search
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using. Click
For example, in the Billing work area, you can quickly search for a transaction by Transaction
Number, Transaction Date, or Bill-to Customer Account Number using the Search panel.

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Reports and Analytics Panel

Use the Reports and Analytics panel to run any reports and
analytics available to your user role.
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Reports and
Analytics
Report Panel Tab Panel

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Practice 2-1 Overview: Getting Started in Oracle Fusion
Applications
This practice covers the following topics:
Signing in to Oracle Fusion Applications.
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Exploring the following user interfaces:


Global Area including:
Accessibility
Help
Search
Personalize a
Setting and Actions menu h a s

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Infolets versus Infotiles
NEW
Infolet
An interactive container in a simplified user interface that
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provides key information and user actions including:


Refreshing and running processes to update the data.
Drilling into the details behind the data.
Changing the displayed views, names, and information.
Infolets are combined on an Infolet Page that is accessed
using a page control dot on the Welcome Springboard. a
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Infolets Overview

Select the page control dot at the top of the Welcome


Springboard to view a specific infolet page.
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Use the dots to return to the Welcome Springboard.


Use the arrow in the lower corner of the infolet to change
views.
Click on the Actions menu in the top right corner of the infolet.
Page Control Dots

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the Welcome Springboard. You have the right information instead of just
more data to sift through.
Mobile device support is available to take your work on the go, enabling you to close your
books quickly. You can spot trends and exceptions to gain insights about your financial
results in real-time.
Infolets are available for General Ledger, Intercompany, Budgetary Control, and Cash
Management.
Note: You can only view those infolets that you have permission to access.

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Infolet Repository

The Infolet Repository displays the infolets available for each


infolet dashboard.
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Infolet Repository Icon

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Click the Infolet Repository icon in the upper right hand corner of the page, and then
select or deselect the infolets you want to use and drag and drop infolets in the order
that you want them displayed.
Click the Actions menu in the upper right hand corner to view a list of actions that can be
performed for that infolet. The list varies by infolet. For example, actions include:
- View the last updated date on which the process ran.
- Run extracts.
- Refresh the view.
- Edit title and enable views.
- Hide the infolet.
Use infolets to aggregate key information for a specific area, for example, your sales
pipeline, employee turnover, or other business transactions.

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Subledger Infotiles Overview

Use infotiles to:


Obtain detailed information from a single page.
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Orient yourself in intense, repetitive, and focused tasks.

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the page.
Glance to see what is going on and then click the Select Tile arrow to open and scan the
details.
Find infotiles on the Assets, Receivables, and Payables landing pages and the Billing or
the Expenses work areas.
Note: No additional steps are required to enable this feature.

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Practice 2-2 Overview: Infolets and Infotiles

This practice covers the following topics:


Navigating to the General Accounting infolets.
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Navigating to the Payables infotiles.


Note: Sign in with Casey.Brown and your assigned password to
perform this practice.

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Summary

In this lesson, you should have learned how to:


Navigate Oracle Fusion Applications.
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Explore dashboards.
Examine panels.
Review infolets and infotiles.

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Introducing Functional Setup


Manager
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Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to:


Describe Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager.
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Browse and configure offerings and functional areas.


Review the Oracle Fusion Financials offering.
Review the reports associated with the Oracle Fusion
Financials offering.
Create an implementation project.
Explain setup data export and import. s a
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Overview of Functional Setup Manager

Functional Setup Manager is a one-stop planning-to-deployment


application that provides:
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Single interface.
Guided processes.
Configurability of the Oracle Fusion offerings.
Predefined, guided task lists.
Export and import capability.
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Guided
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Configurability of the Oracle Fusion offerings to mold the offerings to fit the business
needs.
Predefined, guided task lists for full end-to-end visibility of all setup requirements, which
enable users to quickly implement what they need.
Export and import capability to let enterprises set up one instance and move the setup
and task lists to other instances.
Set of comprehensive reports to give full visibility to setup at any time.

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Job Roles

The following job roles are required to access information within


Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager:
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Application Implementation Manager


Application Implementation Consultant

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Note: Read-only functionality to a limited number of tasks can be accessed even if these
roles are not assigned.

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Implementation Objects: Overview

Different types of implementation objects are available.


Setup objects
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Business objects

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Setup Objects

Encompass multiple setup entities:


Business objects
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Tasks and task lists


Processes
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Ledger. When the Manage Primary Ledger task is performed, the data entered is stored in the
tables associated with the Primary Ledger business object. You can:
Create custom setup objects for use with third-party or custom applications.
Create new offerings, options, features, and task lists using setup objects delivered with
the system.

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Business Objects

Consist of collections of the logical entities that make up a


complete business document, transaction, or other
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high-level business concept.


Comprise a set of attributes and a set of methods.
Attributes store the data related to the entity you are modeling.
Methods manipulate the value of these attributes, or perform
calculations based on their values.
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to encapsulate business logic that is not associated with any particular entity.
A Financial example of a business object is a Payables invoice, which has the following
business entities:
Supplier
Invoice Header
Invoice Lines
Distributions

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Offerings

The two predefined financial implementation offerings are:


Oracle Fusion Financials offering: Includes Oracle Fusion
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General Ledger and Oracle Fusion Subledger Accounting


application features, as well as at least one of the subledger
financial applications.
Oracle Fusion Accounting Hub offering: Includes Oracle
Fusion General Ledger and Oracle Fusion Subledger
Accounting application features integrated with an existing a
enterprise resource planning (ERP) system or third-party h a s
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Offerings, Functional Areas, Options, and Features

The decision tree for the implementation of specific business


processes is represented by selecting:
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Offerings
Functional areas
Options
Features

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Functional areas are logical groupings in an offering that you can choose to implement
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Options are within a functional area and represent optional business processes possible
within that offering.
Features are used to define the business rules for the implementation and how the
transactions of the corresponding business process work. Features are available in
offerings, functional areas, options, or other features.

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Offerings, Functional Areas, Options, and Features:
Example
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A functional area in that offering is Expenses.
An option in the Expenses Functional Area is Corporate Card with Expenses.
The feature is the business rules that define how the corporate card with expenses
works.
Note: An option in the Financial offering > Financial Business Intelligence Analysis functional
area is Employee Expenses Business Intelligence Analytics.
The ability to select options enables you to implement only those options and features
relevant to your implementation.
Selecting the combination of offerings, functional areas, options, and features generates the
appropriate task list dynamically.

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Offerings
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Select from the drop-down list to view all or only Provisioned offerings. The offerings are
displayed in alphabetical order.
Use the scroll bar under the icons to move quickly through the offerings.
About and Administration sections: Both are updated and provide links based on the offering
selected.
About <Name of the offering>: Provides links to documentation that assists with the
setup of your implementation.
Administration: Provides the Configure button, which changes to the Actions and Setup
buttons after you finish configuring the offering.
- To change the configuration, use the Actions button.
- To view or perform other tasks for the configuration, use the Setup button.

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About Financials: Overview

Provides an offering description.


Lists reports:
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With detailed information about what type of transactions and


functionality are available within the offerings.
Available in HTML, PDF, and Excel formats.

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Associated Features
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detailed application configuration decisions.
- Displays a list of features available with the offering, including what level the
feature is associated with, as well as the choices available.
- Depicts the dependency between the offerings and their options and features.
Setup Task Lists and Tasks
- Lists the setup tasks and task lists for an offering and functional area, related to
application configuration.
- Displays the setup tasks required to implement the functionality available in the
offering.

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Related Business Objects
- Lists the business objects that the offering uses.
- Lists the applicable web service used for the export and import process.
Related Enterprise Applications
- Lists the enterprise applications the offering requires for functional setup and
transactional tasks.
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- Specifies the application required based on transaction type for special offerings.

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Practice 3-1 Overview: Browsing Offerings

This practice covers exploring the following components:


Setup and Maintenance page
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About section reports:


Offering Content Guide
Setup Task Lists and Tasks
Related Business Objects
Related Enterprise Applications
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Configuring Offerings

Review all of the available offerings, functional areas, and


appropriate reports.
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Select the offerings, functional areas, options, and features to


be implemented.
If an offering is selected but none of its options is selected, only
the basic tasks needed to implement the base functionality are
included in the task list.
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choices. n - tra selection types for choices are:
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Multiple Choices: More than one choice can be selected.
Note: Additional features may appear if any dependency has been defined and the
corresponding feature choice has been selected.

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Practice 3-2 Overview: Configuring Offerings
(Demonstration)
This demonstration covers the following topics:
Reviewing the Configure Offerings page.
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Expanding to see the options.


Viewing the Select Feature Choices option.

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Implementation Task Flow
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Plan is the process of gathering business requirements and comparing them to the
offerings available to determine what to implement.
Install is not addressed directly with Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager. The
installation of the applications and instances is done for on-premises installs before the
functional setup. Install is already completed for cloud implementations.
Configure is the process of selecting the offerings, options, and features to implement.
The selections made during the configure process dynamically determine the task lists
for implementation.
Implement covers both the management and functional user aspects of assigning tasks
and due dates, as well as completing setup tasks and reporting status.
Export enables you to export the configuration setup data from one environment in order
to import the configuration into another environment in the same or a higher release.
Transact is the transaction processing done within the actual product, such as Payables.
Maintain is the process that enables you to search for tasks or task lists to perform
maintenance of setup tasks from a single user interface.

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Implementation Project: Overview

An implementation project:
Uses the Setup and Maintenance work area in Oracle Fusion
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Functional Setup Manager.


Starts the creation of your enterprise and its structures.
Defines the scope of the implementation.
Is populated by adding one or more related offerings or task
lists.
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Drilling down to the Implementation Project detail graphical reports in the project details
region.

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Assign Tasks

After you create your implementation project:


Assign tasks to users by using the Assign Tasks button in the
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implementation project.
Assign and store notes associated with the task list or task as
attachments.
Review, add, or delete users in the Assigned Users region.

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Implementation
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You can
Assigning the same users and due dates to all tasks in a task list.
Assigning individual tasks to a specific user.

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Implementation Task Lists

Tasks and task lists contain features, functional areas, options,


and offerings.
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Define setup objects:


Top-down to identify all the elements required.
Bottom-up to define and register the objects in Functional
Setup Manager.
Create subsets of tasks for special situations or specific
industries. a
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save you time because you will not need to edit the parent objects multiple times.

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Rapid Implementation Task List

Define Common Financials Configuration for Rapid


Implementation
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Manage Geographies
Create Chart of Accounts, Ledger, Legal Entities, and
Business Units in Spreadsheet
Upload Chart of Accounts
Upload Ledger, Legal Entities, and Business units
Create Cross-Validation Rules in Spreadsheet s a
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implementation task list. These task lists consist of the required tasks for your implementation,
including spreadsheet loaders to make data input easier.

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Financials Task Lists

Define Common Applications Configuration for Financials.


Define Common Financials Configuration.
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Define Invoicing and Payments Configuration.


Define Receivables Configuration.
Define Expense Configuration.
Define Fixed Assets Configuration.
Define Collections.
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Define and Maintain Intercompany Processing Rules. has
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B n- in the order in which the tasks need to be completed.
lists are arranged
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Note: Some of these tasks are covered in the other Oracle Financials Cloud courses.

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Practice 3-3 Overview: Creating an Implementation
Project
This practice covers the following topics:
Creating an implementation project.
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Including Financials and its nested offerings.


Adding Financial Configuration for the Rapid Implementation
task list.

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Implementation Project for Ongoing Maintenance

Maintenance activities are generally performed after the


applications are implemented.
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You can create a new ongoing maintenance implementation


project in one of two ways:
Do not select an offering. Add the required task lists or tasks to
the implementation project.
Select an offering and delete the task lists or tasks that are not
required.
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Use Scope to simplify ongoing maintenance on a task list.
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Considerodefining
as: n
Manage Daily Rates
Manage Calendars
Note: Scope, as used in Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager, refers to an object that
allows a task list to be performed repeatedly. An example of a scope value is Business Unit,
for which you select a particular business unit and proceed to perform all setup tasks for that
business unit.

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Setup Data Export and Import: Overview

Setup data can be exported and imported for either:


An entire offering.
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Any of an offerings functional areas.

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thorough testing.
You can move functional setup configurations of applications from one application instance
into another by exporting and importing setup data.

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Offering Based Export

Export: The export definition includes setup data:


For an offering: All enabled functional areas and relevant
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features.
For a single functional area: That functional area and relevant
features.
Note: Once you initiate the export process, you can:
Monitor the exports progress.
Check the exports status from the Export Offering Data as a
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History page. m) c o ide

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Helps - tra move your implementation or configuration across instances.
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Does not require selecting tasks or understanding data relationships to ensure only
setup data relevant to the selected offering or functional area is exported.
Gives you flexibility to filter the setup data as needed for specific offerings or functional
areas.
Note: Some objects are not imported through configuration packages including:
Application Menu Customization
Trading Community Geography
File Common Import Object or Attribute
File Import Object, Mapping Column, or Activity
Users
Application General Preferences
Procurement Browse Category or Tree
Suppliers, Supplier Match Party Relationship, Role, News, or Notification Configuration

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Offering Based Import

Import: A configuration package created by the export process is


uploaded. You can:
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Initiate the setup data import from the importing environment.


Monitor the imports progress.
Check the imports status from the Import Offering Data
History page.

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Import options must match the export file options.
Limited validation is performed before the import proceeds.
Notification of data that must be loaded manually is sent. You can enter the data and
resume the process.
Notification of errors is sent. You can correct the error or skip the option.

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Offering Based Export and Import Process
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the offering (1) or functional area (2) you want to export or import setup data for, and
then select the Export or Import action.
Selecting Export for either a functional area or offering invokes the Export Offering
Setup Data page where you create an export process for the offering or functional area
you want to export.
Selecting Import (3) from the Actions drop-down list invokes the Import Offering Setup
Data page where you can upload and import previously exported setup data.

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Additional Information on Oracle Help Center

Use these videos found under the Videos link on the Oracle Help
Center Financials page to learn more about FSM.
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Summary

In this lesson, you should have learned how to:


Describe Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager.
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Browse and configure offerings and functional areas.


Review the Oracle Fusion Financials offering.
Review the reports associated with the Oracle Fusion
Financials offering.
Create an implementation project.
Explain setup data export and import. s a
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Overview of Security
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Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to:


Understand the Cloud security methodology.
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Plan your use of the security implementation.


Identify the components of data security.
Discuss how roles can be assigned automatically or
manually.
Explore the new Security Console to customize roles and
users. a
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Oracle Financial Cloud Security Methodology

The Cloud security methodology can be summarized with the


simple statement: WHO can do WHAT on WHICH set of data.
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Who: The user.


What: Individual actions a user can perform.
Which: The set of data.

Who What Which Data


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Which: The set of data that the user can perform the action on, such as payables
invoices within your assigned business units.

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Security Reference Implementation

Oracle Financials Cloud comes with a predefined security


reference implementation which consists of:
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A baseline set of predefined security definitions.


Job roles that closely match real-life jobs.
Duty roles.
A set of security components which are:
Delivered with the offering or service.
Used to meet the business needs of most enterprises. s a
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nonexisting functions or added new functions, you shouldnt have to create any new
customized
job or duty roles. The implementation includes:
Complete set of job roles.
Duty roles and role hierarchy for each job role.
Privileges granted to each duty role.
Data security policies for each job role.
Policies that protect personally identifiable information.
Policies enforced across tools and access methods.
Policies related to segregation of duties that are reflected in the design of duties for the
job role.
Segregation of duties conflicts.

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Points to Consider When Implementing the First Project

Define at least one implementation user using the Create


Implementation Users task at the beginning of the project.
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After implementing the first project, consider:


Data Access Sets: Define read and write access to entire GL
ledgers and balancing segment (company) values of ledgers.
Segment Value Security: Controls access to individual segment
values in your chart of accounts such as no access to
Company 01, Dept. 100, or Salaries account.
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users innHCM
a business unit, legal entity, and other setup be added after the initial implementation.
Planning is essential:
Analyze the access requirements specific to your organization, understanding who
needs access to what.
Compare the requirements with the predefined roles in the security reference
implementation, and decide which predefined roles meet your requirements and can be
used as-shipped, and which will require customizations to meet your requirements.
Certain product areas, such as Accounts Payable and General Ledger, include multiple
roles in the reference implementation. To compare accesses granted to each role, you
can use the Compare Role feature in the Security Console.
Other segment value security considerations:
For upgraded R11 customers, if you add or remove a BU or ledger, you must regenerate
roles from that data role template.
Consider having different users define roles and provision roles.

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For On-Premises Implementations Only
The Oracle Fusion Applications super user FAADMIN, by default, has all necessary access
rights for implementing Oracle Fusion HCM and administering security. This access is
provided by the following job roles:
Application Implementation Consultant
IT Security Manager
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However, neither of these roles provides the required access for creating and managing
Oracle Fusion Applications users; therefore, the OIM system administrator must add the
following two OIM roles to the IT Security Manager job role:
Identity User Administrator, which carries user management entitlement.
Role Administrator, which carries role management entitlement.
Note: Assign the Xellerate Users organization to the IT Security Manager.

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Function and Data Security

Oracle Financials Cloud uses role-based access control (RBAC).


Your application is secure as delivered.
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You give function and data access through roles that you
assign to users.
Function security allows you to access:
A page or a specific object.
Functionality within a page, including services, screens, and
task flows. a s
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Types of Roles

Three role types can be assigned to users. These enterprise


roles, also called external roles, are:
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Enterprise Job roles: Represent jobs that users perform in an


organization, such as Accounts Payable Manager.
Abstract roles: Represent people in the organization
independent of the jobs they perform, such as employee or
line manager.
Duty role: Logical collection of privileges that grant access toa
tasks that someone performs as part of a job, such as) ha
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access to a set of standard functions, such as expense reporting or procurement. You
can also create custom abstract roles.
Assign these roles to Job and Abstract roles, not directly to users:
Duty roles: You can also create custom duty roles.

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Role Inheritance
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You can also assign privileges directly to job, abstract, and duty roles.
When you assign job and abstract roles to users, they inherit all of the data and function
security associated with those roles.

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Oracle Fusion Inheritance Model
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The data roles inherit the job role and give the user access to specific data such as
ledgers, asset books, or business units.

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Security Example with Data Role Added
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New Data Security for R11

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Applicable to new customers only.
Does not use data role templates.
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Assigns users directly to the job roles and to the appropriate


data sets.
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Assigning Data Scopes to Users for New Customers
Only
Use the Manage Data Access for Users task to assign users to
data scopes.
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Assign data scopes to users by provisioned role.


Use the import capability to create a large number of
assignments.

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can use to import the data assignments. You can prepare the data from another source, such
as your legacy system, and populate the spreadsheet, and then import.

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Oracle Identity Manager

Operates in three modes:


Self-Service: You can manage your own roles and privileges.
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Delegated Administration: You manage the roles and


privileges of other users.
Advanced Administration: You can manage password policies
and perform other system administrative functions.

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- The title displays whether you are in Administration mode or Self-Service mode.
- To switch from Self-Service Mode to Administration Mode, click on the button in
the upper right hand corner.

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Creating Users

If you are not implementing Human Capital Management


(HCM), use the Manage Users task to create users. The
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Manage Users task creates a minimal person record and a


user account.
If you are implementing HCM, use the Hire an Employee task
to create users instead. The Hire an Employee task creates
the full person record as well as the user account.
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Hire an Employee. This task creates the full person record needed by HCM, such as job
assignment, job code, department, manager, etc., as well as the user account itself.
Create Implementation Users: Navigate to: Setup and Maintenance > Create
Implementation Users > Administration tab > Create User icon.
Import Worker Users: Navigate to: Setup and Maintenance > Import Worker Users >
Create Worker > Create Spreadsheet icon or on the Navigator > My Workforce > Data
Exchange > Tasks panel > Initiate Spreadsheet Load > Create Worker > Create
Spreadsheet icon.
Note: The import process handles both user account creation and auto provisioning of roles.

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Role Provisioning Tasks

Roles can be provisioned (assigned) to users:


Manually provision roles to users using Oracle Identity
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Manager.
Automatically provision a role to users by defining a
relationship, called a role mapping, between the role and
some conditions.

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To assign a role to a specific user:
- Use the search box to search for the desired user.
- Open the user and go to the Roles tab.
- Click the Assign button to assign new roles to the user.
To assign the same role to multiple users:
- Search for the role.
- Go to the Members tab.
- Click the Assign button to assign multiple users to the same role.
Roles are automatically provisioned when one of the user's assignments matches all role-
mapping conditions and the auto provision option is selected.

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Using Role Mappings

Create and manage role mapping rules.


Use the Manage Role Provisioning Rules task to create and
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manage role mapping rules.


If HCM is implemented, use the Manage HCM Role
Provisioning Rules task instead.
Set a role attached to a role mapping role to:
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assignment, such as Department, Job, and Location. For example, you may define a rule that
limits role mapping to current employees of the Finance Department whose Job is Accounting
Manager.
Roles capture the nature of work intended to be performed by the user.
A range of security roles are granted to the new user.
This enables users to access application flows that are crucial for performing the tasks.
When the list of assigned security roles is populated, you can remove or add new roles as
needed.
Note: Auto-provision: Deprovisions roles immediately from users who are no longer eligible
for roles that they currently have.

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Practice 4-1 to 4-3 Overview: Using User Security

This practice covers the following topics:


Practice 4-1: Defining role mapping.
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Practice 4-2: Creating a user.


Practice 4-3: Creating an employee.

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Customizing Roles

If jobs exist in your enterprise that aren't represented in the


security reference implementation:
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Create custom job roles by copying existing roles.


Add duty roles and privileges to custom job roles.
If the privileges for a predefined job role don't match the
corresponding job in your enterprise:
Create custom job roles by copying existing roles.
Add or remove duty roles, function security privileges, and s a
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innthe Role Code field. During each upgrade, the upgrade process updates the
predefined roles to the specifications for that release, so any customizations are
overwritten.
Always make a copy of the predefined role. Then, edit the copy and save it as a custom
role.
Compare the copy of the predefined role with the new customized role and roll back to
the delivered role, if necessary.
After a maintenance update or upgrade, compare your customized copy to the updated
predefined source role. You can see the updates to the predefined role and decide
whether to incorporate those changes into your custom role.

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The Security Console

Use to customize security.


Create and edit custom roles, but not predefined roles.
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Can be accessed via the Navigator menu, under Tools.


Access granted through the IT Security Manager role.

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Security Console Working App Stripe: Controls the App Stripe the user works on.
Please set this profile option to fscm, either at the site level, or for specific users with
Security Console access.
Enable Data Security Policies and User Membership Edits: Sets the preference to
enable data security policies and user membership editing in Security Console. Set this
profile option to Yes to enable both, at the site level, or for specific users.

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The Security Console: Copy Feature

Steps to use the Copy feature are:


Copy a role.
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Modify the default role name, code, description.


Review, add, or remove function security privileges.
Review, edit, or remove data security policies.
Review, add, or remove inherited roles.
Assign users to the target role.
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Review the summary and impact.
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Review the code resources tied to each function security privilege.
Important:
To add, edit, or remove data security policies, set the profile option Enable Data Security
Policies and User Membership Edits to Yes, either at the site level or for the current
user.
To assign users to this new role, set the profile option Enable Data Security Policies and
User Membership Edits to Yes, either at the site level or for the current user.
Note: This option is only available to external roles, as you can only assign external roles to
users.

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The Security Console: Compare Roles Feature

Use to compare the function and data security policies


granted between two roles.
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Launch Compare Roles directly by clicking on the button or by


choosing the Compare Roles option in the Search Results.

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Additional Features

Use the following icons on the left hand side of the page:
Roles: Copy, create, and compare roles.
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Analytics: Examine data on roles.


Certificates: Review Certificates.
Administration: Save Preferences.

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Practice 4-4 Overview: Using the Security Console

This practice covers the following topics:


Copying a role.
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Comparing a role.

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Auditing Security

The following audit reports are available:


User Role Membership Report: List of users and provisioned
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roles.
User and Role Access Audit Report: List of users and
provisioned function and data accesses.
Inactive Users Report: List of inactive users.

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User and Role Access Audit Report: Report can be run for one user, all users, one role, or all
roles.
One User / All Users
- Separate report outputs show role hierarchy with privileges, tabular listing of
privileges, and list of data security policies provisioned to the user.
- The All Users option results in one set of reports for each user.
One Role / All Roles
- Separate report outputs show role hierarchy with privileges, tabular listing of
privileges, and list of data security policies for a given role.
- The All Roles option results in one set of reports for each role.

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Inactive Users Report: Use this report to identify users who have not signed in for a period of
time that you define.
Run the Import User Login History process as a prerequisite.
Provide the inactivity period, in days, as a report parameter. The default is 30.
Optionally filter the list of users by name, department, location, and last activity date.
Shows all inactive users that match the criteria and the following data:
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- Number of days that the user has been inactive


- Users username
- Given name
- Surname
- Location and department
- Users status

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Security Resources

To review the roles and other components that make up the


security reference implementation for your application, you can:
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Access the security reference manuals (SRM).


Common
Service-specific
Access the tasks available for managing roles, templates, and
security policies.
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Oracle Financial Security Guides:
http://docs.oracle.com/cloud/latest/financialscs_gs/docs.htm.
Oracle Fusion Middleware Security Guides:
http://docs.oracle.com/middleware/1221/cross/securedocs.htm.

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Summary

In this lesson, you should have learned how to:


Understand the Cloud security methodology.
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Plan your use of the security implementation.


Identify the components of data security.
Discuss how roles can be assigned automatically or
manually.
Explore the new Security Console to customize roles and
users. a
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5
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Discussing the Vision Story and


Common Applications
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Objectives

After completing this lesson, you should be able to:


Discuss the Vision Corporation Story elements.
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Explore geography:
Structure
Hierarchy
Validation

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Overview

The Oracle Fusion Financials Implementation course is based on


a fictional yet realistic enterprise that:
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Combines the common aspects of your enterprise structure.


Is used to explore and implement objects during class.

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Scenario

Your company, Vision Corporation, is a multinational


conglomerate that operates primarily in the United States (US)
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and the United Kingdom (UK). The focus of this class is on the
operations in these two countries.
Vision Corporation has recently expanded their operations to
China and France. In the future, you will expand to other
countries in Europe and around the world.
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Scenario Details

Your product line includes high technology products.


You have two distribution centers and four warehouses that
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share a common item master in the US, UK, and France.


You are leading the Enterprise Structure team for your
implementation project and are designing the model for your
global enterprise structure including your US, UK, and France
operations.

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Your corporate managers require reports showing total organizational performance with
drill-down capability.
Your company has all administrative, accounts payable, procurement, accounts
receivable, billing, and human resources functions performed at your corporate
headquarters.

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Vision Corporation Analysis

Questions and decisions that need to be addressed before


implementation starts:
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How many and what type of ledgers (primary, secondary, or


reporting) do you need to achieve proper statutory reporting?
Do you use business units and balancing segments to
represent your divisions and businesses?
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Vision Corporation Analysis

Do you need one or more business units in which to perform


all your business functions?
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Do you have a procurement shared-service center to process


requisitions and negotiate supplier terms for your other
business units across your enterprise?
What other aspects of your business affect your enterprise
structure?

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Vision Corporation Structure Diagram
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Vision North America Inc.
Vision France Inc.
Vision United Kingdom Ltd.
Consolidate results for your high technology business across the enterprise in a corporate
consolidation ledger.
Process all US, UK, and France general and administrative costs processed by the Shared
Service Center Corporate Business Unit.

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Demonstration Solution Services instance with the following limitations:
Due to space, only some of the Vision Corporation entities are shown.
This version of the demo environment does not include a shared service center. The
one shown here is for discussion purposes.
This version of the demo environment has data loaded only for US1 LE1 and US1 BU.
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Vision Corporation Enterprise Structure

Entity Type Entity Name Legal Entity BSV Ledger/Currency


Enterprise Vision Yes 999 Consolidation Ledger
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Corporation Currency USD


Division Vision North No 100 No
America
Company Vision US Inc. Yes 101 US Primary Ledger
LE1 Currency USD
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The enterprise is required because it serves as an umbrella for the entire
implementation. All organizations are created within an enterprise.
Legal entities are required. Optionally they can be mapped to balancing segment values
or represented by ledgers. Mapping balancing segment values to legal entities is
required if you plan to use the intercompany functionality.
At least one ledger is required in an implementation in which you record your accounting
transactions.
Divisions are optional and can be represented with a hierarchy of cost centers or by a
second balancing segment value.

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Vision Corporation Business Unit and Department
Structure
Entity Name Legal Entity Value
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US1 BU US 1 LE 1 BSV 101

US 2 BU US 1 LE 2 BSV 102

France BU France BSV 311

UK BU United Kingdom BSV 303


Corporate BU
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Business units are required because financial and other transactions are processed and
secured by business units. Business units link to a default LE, but can perform business
functions for multiple LEs if those LEs share the same ledger.
A shared service center to perform the Procurement business function, including
processing requisitions and negotiating supplier terms, is optional. If used, the shared
service center must be a business unit. *The assigned BSV of 103 is only for this
example and does not exist in the Vision demo database.
Divisions are optional and can be represented with a hierarchy of cost centers or by a
second balancing segment value.
Note: Departments or cost centers are required because they track your employees and are
used in Oracle Fusion Assets and Oracle Fusion Expenses.

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Vision Corporation Distribution Structure

Entity Type Entity Name Distribution


Structure
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Distribution Center US Distribution Inventory


Center Organization
Warehouse Seattle Inventory
Organization
Warehouse Atlanta Inventory
Organization
Distribution Center EMEA Distribution Inventory
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Distribution centers and warehouses are used to receive and ship the high tech
products your firm sells.
Item master organization and inventory organizations can be added if you are tracking
your inventory transactions in Oracle Fusion Applications.

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Vision Corporation Chart of Accounts Summary
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Vision US 101.10.11200.000.000.000 Cash Account
Vision France 311.30.101000.000.000.000 Capital Account
Vision UK 303.30.1100.000.000.000 Cash Account
Note: Each segment of the sample accounts corresponds to the segments listed in the boxes
below. For example, 101.10.12190.000.000.000 stands for:
Company 101, LOB (Line of Business) 10, Account 11210, Cost Center 000, Product 000,
Intercompany 000.

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Define Geographies

Use the Define Geographies


task list to create and manage
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geographies used for real-time


address validation and tax
calculation.

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Geography structures.
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Address cleansing.
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Geographies: Overview

Geographical information is a critical asset that defines and


monitors where and how you do business. You need to:
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Structure and create geographical information associated with


your business when you first set up Oracle Fusion
Applications.
Use this information to facilitate business processes that rely
on geographical data. For instance, you need geographical
information to: a
Validate addresses h a s
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geographical data. You can do this by either importing geography data
or setting it up manually.

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Geography Structure

Geography: A boundary such as a country, state, province, or


city.
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Geography Type: A divisional grouping of geographies.


Geopolitical, for example, city, province, and district.
Physical, for example, island and mountain.
Geography structure defines:
The hierarchy of the geography types or levels.
How geography types relate to each other for a given s a
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no for inclusion in a country's geography structure. Additionally, you can create a
is available
geography type to add it to the country structure. Each geography type is added below the
current lowest level. You cannot delete a geography type that has related geography data.
Oracle recommends that you plan the geography structure before creating it. Also, if you want
to delete a geography type that is not at the lowest level in the country structure, then you
must delete the geography type level and all the levels below it.
For example, the geography structure for the United States comprises the State, County, City,
and Zip Code geography types. In the United States geography structure, the State
geography type is the highest level within the country geography structure, followed by the
County as the second level, City as the third level, and Zip Code as the lowest level within the
country structure.
You can define a geography structure in two ways:
Create the geography structure using the Manage Geographies pages.
Import the geography structure from a source file or using interface tables.

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Geography Hierarchy

The geography hierarchy establishes a conceptual parent/child


relationship between geographies.
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For example, in the US geography hierarchy, the state of


California is defined as the parent of San Mateo County:
Which is the parent of Redwood City.
Which is the parent of the zip code 94065.
Based on these hierarchical relationships, Oracle Fusion
Applications can infer information. s a
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Geography Hierarchy Example

Because the top level of any geography hierarchy is Country, a


geography hierarchy contains countries and their child
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geographies such as state, county, and city.

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