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: This training program is designed to prepare you for Hyperion Planning and Public Sector …

: This training program is designed to prepare you for Hyperion Planning and Public Sector
Developer. The training covers the real time life cycle Hyperion Planning implementation. You learn various
undocumented techniques and smarter way to address various common problems. You learn to create and
administer Public Sector Planning and Budgeting applications within Planning. You learn how to create
applications, add dimensions and members, import members, set up security, customize forms, and task lists. You
design and manage the budgeting process, which includes building planning unit hierarchies and assigning
responsibilities and promotional paths for planning units. You also set up funding requests. For more

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  • 1. Oracle Hyperion Planning and Public Sector Planning ImplementationCourse Description: This training program is designed to prepare you for Hyperion Planning and Public SectorDeveloper. The training covers the real time life cycle Hyperion Planning implementation. You learn variousundocumented techniques and smarter way to address various common problems. You learn to create andadminister Public Sector Planning and Budgeting applications within Planning. You learn how to createapplications, add dimensions and members, import members, set up security, customize forms, and task lists. Youdesign and manage the budgeting process, which includes building planning unit hierarchies and assigningresponsibilities and promotional paths for planning units. You also set up funding requests.Course Duration: 30 hours.Class Delivery: On-Line (Interactive Web Based ) Planning Overview • Oracles Enterprise Performance Management • Planning Architecture • Planning and Essbase Creating Dimensions Overview • Planning Dimensions • Required and User-Defined Dimensions • Dense and Sparse Dimensions • Data Block Creation • Selecting Aggregation, Data Storage, and Calculation Options Managing Dimensions with EPM Architect • About Dimension Management • Adding Dimensions to Master View • Organizing Dimensions • Creating Members • Managing Members • Creating Aliases • Adding Currencies • Creating Associations Between Dimensions Setting Up the Period, Scenario, and Version Dimension • Time Periods Overview • Period and Year Dimensions • Setting up Dynamic Time Series • Choosing How Data is Stored • Scenario Dimension and Creating Scenarios • Version Dimension and Creating Versions Setting Up the Entity Dimension • Entity Members and Plan Types • Identifying the Currency Value for Entities • Adding and Modifying Entities • Saving Dimensions • Deleting Entities Setting up the Account Dimension • Account Types • Creating Account Hierarchies
  • 2. Loading Metadata from a File • Metadata Load Files • Loading Metadata Process • Loading Metadata from Interface TablesWorking with Application Views • Creating Application Views • Configuring Application Settings • Removing Dimensions • Setting Up Dimension AssociationsDeploying Applications • Deploying Applications Overview • Deployment Process • Validating Application Views • Comparing Application Views • Choosing Performance Settings • Dimension Order • Deploying Application Views • Creating Essbase DatabasesSetting Up Exchange Rates • Currencies and Exchange Rates • Exchange Rates Table Overview • Creating Exchange Rate Tables • Exchange Rates and the HSP_rates Dimension • Generating Currency Conversion Calculation ScriptsLoading Data and Calculating Data Overview • Loading Data • Data Calculation OverviewProvisioning Users and Groups • Planning Security Overview • User and Group Provisioning Overview • Provisioning Users and Groups • User Roles • Generating Provisioning ReportsSetting Up Access Rights to Planning Applications • Assigning Access Rights • Importing Security Overview • Creating Secfile.txt File • Importing Access Rights • Creating Security FiltersCreating Data Forms and Folders • Data Forms and Folders Overview • Data Form Elements • Creating Folder Structures for Data Forms • Data Form Requirements • Composite Data Forms • Printing Data Form Definition Reports • Assigning Access Rights to Data FormsCustomizing Data Forms • Exporting and Importing Data Forms • Advanced Settings • Managing User Variables • Setting Up User Preferences
  • 3. Entering Data • Submitting Data in Data Forms • Spreading Data • Adjusting and Annotating Data • Calculating Data in Data Forms • Entering Data with Smart Lists • Navigating Data Forms with Menus • Planning and Smart View • Taking Data Forms OfflineCreating Business Rules • Navigating Business Rules • Business Rules Creation Process • Launching Business Rules • Printing Business Rules • Adding Runtime Prompts • Building Formulas for Business Rules • Specifying Data Conditions • Managing Business RulesManaging the Approval Process and Creating Task Lists • Managing the Review Cycle for Planning Units • Copying Data Between Versions • Copying Data • Navigating Task Lists • Task List Creation Process • Building Task Lists and Assigning Access to Task Lists • Validating Task Lists • Reporting on Task ListsIntroduction to Public Sector Planning and Budgeting • Planning Components and Architecture • Integration with Other Systems • Business Process Followed in Class • Business Process for Applications with Decision Packages • Public Sector Planning and Budgeting Business ScenarioCreating Planning Applications • Application Creation Process and Criteria • Relational Databases for Planning and Configuring Data Sources • Creating Applications in Planning Administration • Essbase Databases • Predefined Components and Setting Up User Variables • Customizing Forms, Menus, and Task Lists • Reporting Applications • Setting Planning PropertiesSetting Up Compensation Budgets • Compensation Budget Setup • Verifying the Public Sector Planning and Budgeting Application Setup • Data Load Verification • Setting Up Compensation Budget Defaults • Synchronizing Salary, and Other Compensation Properties • Calculating Compensation BudgetsMaintaining Compensation Defaults • Compensation Defaults Overview
  • 4. • Maintaining Position Defaults • Maintaining Salary Grade Defaults • Maintaining Other Compensation Defaults • Maintaining Default Natural Accounts and Allocation Defaults • Setting Up Work Days and Pay Days • Mass Adjustments of Salaries and Other Compensation Data • Automatic Increments OverviewMaintaining Positions • Managing Positions • Assigning Employees to Positions • Reviewing and Approving Positions • Approving Period-Level FTEsMaintaining Employees • Changing Employee Details • Viewing Employee Compensation Information • Changing Employee Status • Terminating Employees • Replacing To-Be-Hired Employees with Existing Employees • Transferring Employees • Maintaining Employee Compensation DetailsManaging Decision Packages and Budget Requests • Creating Decision Packages • Creating Budget Requests for Decision Packages • Attaching Supporting Documentation to Budget Requests • Creating Budget Requests for Shared Decision Packages • Modifying Budget Requests • Adding Annotations to Line Item Budgets • Copying Decision Packages Between Budget Versions • Deleting Decision Packages and Budget Requests