FDMEE Mapping Principles, Including PBCS

Thomas Thuresson

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December 29th, 2016


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As part of our Top 10 Blog posts of 2016 series, TopDown’s experts are weighing in on how each of these topics fits in with the maturing of EPM in the cloud. FDMEE remains popular with another blog post on the topic coming in the 3rd spot with, FDMEE / FDM Mapping – General Principles. This post covers the basic fundamental purpose of FDM.

, a specialist in data integration using FDM/FDMEE, has expanded on the series to include mapping to PBCS.

Let’s discuss the basic fundamental purpose of FDMEE. That is to say mappings, including mapping to PBCS.

Oracle PSU for FDMEE (11.1.2.4 PSU 200), includes a Hybrid Implementation Support feature that allows you to load data directly from HFM to PBCS using Data Synchronization. Steps include,

  • Configuring Cloud support
  • Adding a new Cloud Target
  • Setting Up Data Synchronization
  • Data Load Rule
  • Mappings

To read the full post, click here.


Thomas Thuresson

About Thomas Thuresson

Thomas Thuresson has over 15 years of experience in all phases of design, development, and implementation of performance management and business intelligence applications. He has exceptional problem solving and architecting skills with a solid technical background. He is a specialist in data integration using FDM/FDMEE and ODI, in Hyperion Planning, Essbase and Essbase Studio and in reporting solutions with FR, OBIEE and other tools. Thomas is also a certified Essbase consultant with a minor in DRM and HFM.

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