Oracle Fusion Procurement it is very dissimilar. It offers the results by offering the unprecedented vision to all of the users. It is the revolutionary approach to the business intelligence and method of the automation groups the new standard and them fundamentally changes the way of the procurement professional’s effort.
It defines the analyses, dashboards, and the information that help you to the combined of the business intelligence of requirements, but the advantage is wanted to the oversee them or to the new ones for your own devices. The catalog consumes the hierarchy of the folders, with the Folders and to the Shared Folders at one of the tops. One important folder is the Custom, which you find under the Shared Folders. All the custom analytics and information are preserved if you save them in the Custom subfolder within to the Shared Folders, or in of the My Folders in the business intelligence (BI) of the catalog. Changes to the undefined analytics and the information exterior of the Custom folder are preserved only if the patch doesn't involve the new version of those BI of the objects.
Subject areas are of functionally secured of using the duty roles. The designations of the duty parts that to accept uses of the subject areas include the words Transaction and the Analysis Duty (for example, Workforce the Transaction of Analysis Duty). The obligation roles they are under to the obi application in the Oracle Entitlements Server. To offer the supply analyses to dashboards, you access the Business Intelligence of the Catalog (BI Catalog).
The folders in the BI Catalog are of functionally secured using the similar duty parts to that saved access to the subject areas. Hence, the operator who receives the Workforce of the Transaction Analysis Duty it can be used them both to the Workforce of the Management folder into the Business Intelligence of the Catalog and to the Workforce Management topic of those areas. It allows and Examines to the dashboards are rarely found on the folders in which they're kept. The usual permissions on the folders and to notify for the Application Roles, Catalog Groups, or the Users.