By Steve Davis on August 3rd, 2017
Regardless of the company size, at some point, the growing organization decides to implement workflow in order to capture the changes that you need to make to the master data. This is where Data Relationship Governance (DRG) comes in. Data Relationship Governance is native to Data Relationship Management with versions later than 184.108.40.206. It is a tool that allows you to do workflow in order to manage master data in DRM.
By Steve Davis on May 15th, 2017
Data Governance continues to be a big topic. Regardless of the company size, at some point, a growing organization decides to implement workflow in order to capture the changes that you need to make to the master data. This is where Oracle Data Relationship Governance (DRG) comes in. DRG provides essential change management and data quality remediation workflows, capturing business changes and applying them with consistency and accuracy across transactional and analytical system silos.
By TopDown Team on January 4th, 2016
Missed the countdown of our top 10 most view blog posts during 2015? Not to worry, the list below includes the titles, links, and a brief summary of each post.
By TopDown Team on December 31st, 2015
We are pleased to announce that the runner up and most viewed blog post of 2015 are Parts 1 and 2 in the series, Getting Started with DRM v220.127.116.11 by Jordan Wilcox, Senior Consultant. Getting Started with DRM v18.104.22.168 is a multi-part blog series that outlines everything you need to know to get started with Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management.
By TopDown Team on December 30th, 2015
While it was created specifically to manage hierarchies for applications like Essbase, Hyperion Planning, and Hyperion Financial Management, you can also use DRM to manage master data in other systems like General Ledgers, Data Warehouses, Human Capital Management, etc. DRM is also system agnostic, so it is not tied down to any particular system. And these are just two of the many reasons DRM is an industry favorite Hierarchy Management Tool.
By TopDown Team on December 29th, 2015
This post discusses how to build properties in bulk using the Migration Utility. The Migration Utility is a web-based application that is accessible through the Start menu, or directly by URL. In this post, it is used to load the properties needed to manage the attributes of an Essbase application. You can also use Migration Utility to migrate an application from one environment to another, using XML as the data medium. In addition it walks you through how to create six application-specific properties in the Custom.DRM namespace.
By TopDown Team on December 18th, 2015
As 2015 comes to an end, we are celebrating the year with a recap of our most viewed blog posts. First up is our 10th ranked post titled “Getting Started with DRM—Part 4.” The post, number four in a five-part series, discusses how to use Imports and Blenders in DRM to create a new version containing metadata from the Sample.Basic Essbase application.
By Steve Davis on July 29th, 2015
By TopDown Team on June 30th, 2015
TopDown is pleased to announce our Kscope15 encore webinar series. Even though we’ve said goodbye to Kscope15, in case you missed TopDown’s sessions, didn’t get a chance to ask a question, or would just like to see them again, here’s your chance.
By TopDown Team on June 24th, 2015
The third day of Kscope15, and the last day of sessions, was packed with great content from beginning to end. Highlights are below.