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7 Best Practices for Oracle Business Rules

7 Best Practices for Oracle Fusion Business Rules

7 Best Practices for Oracle Fusion Business Rules   Oracle Business Rules are an effective tool for dealing with human nature, order irregularities and help eliminate some of  the chaos related to managing orders and fulfillment.  In order to get the most of them you need to give them attention and care to keep them […]

EPBCS – Rules usage report and adding data to suppressed rows

Oracle is doing a great job in continuously upgrading the PBCS / EBPCS based applications. Being a EPBCS consultant I always follow their latest updates to make sure we use it in our implementation or support process. This Blog is specific to two recent update which is really useful Below is the link for Oracle EPBCS latest update release : […]

Smart Contracts Management: A Special Case for Business Rules Management?

Given the immutable nature of the Smart Contracts (as well as the transactions) in a Blockchain, and the impact a (buggy) Smart Contract can have across a business network (as highlighted by The DAO Attack), Smart Contracts require extra due diligence. Having worked with Business Rules Management Systems (especially IBM Operational Decision Manager/ILOG) for the […]

Currency Translation in Hyperion Planning – A Custom Approach

It has become a common requirement in multi-national organizations to collect budgets and forecasts in local currency and expect automated currency translation as part of their Hyperion Planning application. This is for good reason: the operating units don’t want the hassle of translating to reporting currencies, corporate FP&A needs to report group and consolidated forecasts […]

Using @XWrite vs @XRef Functions

The Situation: Planning Client has two Plan types (Finance & FTE) Detail employee data is held in the FTE cube and summary employee data is held in the Finance cube Requirement: Move data from FTE cube to Finance cube at the summary level as efficiently as possible. Solution: The @XWRITE function does just what […]