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Using JavaScript in Oracle DRM

By on February 9th, 2016

Beginning in DRM release 11.1.2.3, JavaScript has been added as a means to process business logic on derived properties and to create validations. This blog post will help you understand how to access the objects in DRM (versions, hierarchies, nodes, property values, and property objects), and how to leverage some of the methods available.

JavaScript Property Formulas within DRM

By on July 29th, 2015

Data Relationship Management (DRM) v11.1.2.3 includes a cool feature that changes the way to write dynamic scripting using JavaScript for your custom derived property and validations. JavaScript has been around for over a decade, but it hasn’t been available to use within DRM until the release of v11.1.2.3.

Kscope15 Encore Series

By 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. 

Kscope15 – Day 4

By 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.

Kscope15 Begins!

By on June 21st, 2015

Kscope15, where the smartest people on the planet working in the Oracle stack gather to share knowledge and have some fun, kicks off today, Sunday, June 21, in Hollywood Florida.

The conference offers great content from developers, administrators, architects, and business users, etc. and TopDown’s thought leaders are delivering some of this content at seven sessions and on a Planning Panel (for details, click here). In the meantime, below is a reminder of the titles, dates, and times of the TopDown sessions with an added bonus of, “what’s cool about this session in one sentence.”

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