Tag Archives: FDMEE

How to Install Oracle EPM (Hyperion): Installing FDMEE (Bonus Post of Four-Part Series)

February 11, 2015

To say that I am a big fan of Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Management Enterprise Edition (FDMEE) would be an understatement. After a couple of blog posts and multiple implementations, I’ve become mildly obsessed. I want to teach you how to use the product because FDMEE is the go-forward application for on premise Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM or Hyperion) solutions data management, as well as the data management option…   Read More


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Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 Launch: Oracle Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) Profile Editor

February 10, 2015

Oracle Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) was re-launched as a multi-platform product in the recent Oracle Enterprise Performance Management (EPM or Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 release.  One of the long-awaited enhancements in this release is the creation of application profiles. Application profiles define the core characteristics of an HFM application, such as the languages and calendar it uses, as well as custom dimensions (since Version 11.1.2.3). However, until 11.1.2.4, application profiles…   Read More


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Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 Launch: Interface Enhancements

February 9, 2015

As you may have heard, Oracle just released Enterprise Performance Management (EPM or Hyperion) Version 11.1.2.4 . You may say, “Big deal, don’t they come out with a new release at least every year?” Actually, this happens to be the first new major release in two calendar years. In calendar year 2014, we saw the release of Patch Set Update (PSU) 500 for…   Read More


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Dissecting Data Load Options in Hyperion Financial Management (HFM)

September 24, 2014

In Hyperion Financial Management (HFM) , you can load data using a text file; Oracle Financial Data Quality Management Enterprise Edition (FDMEE) in the newest version of Hyperion; or ERP Integrator (ERPi) in earlier versions of Hyperion.  This blog covers the first method, loading a text file. The general structure of a data load text file is comprised of a Group Dimension Section and a Data Section. …   Read More


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Demystifying Oracle’s Data Integration Offerings: DRM, EPMA, FDMEE, GoldenGate, & ODI

August 27, 2014

With all of the current data integration offerings available from Oracle, it’s important to understand the strengths of each, what they accomplish, and how they might fit into your existing technology landscape. Read on to learn a few facts about each of these tools. Data Relationship Management (DRM) is Oracle’s “enterprise-wide” analytic master data management utility used to maintain…   Read More


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Outcomes from Oracle Developer Tools User Group (ODTUG) Kscope14: Put All Your Eggs in the Oracle Hyperion FDMEE Basket!

July 2, 2014

As an Oracle EPM (Hyperion) implementer, one of the biggest highlights for me at Oracle Developer Tools User Group (ODTUG)’s annual Kscope14 conference is the EPM Sunday Symposium , where product experts from Oracle provide roadmap information on future releases. Mobile technology and cloud computing owned the day at this year’s Symposium…however, Oracle’s product management team revealed another item that stole the show (well, at least for me)….   Read More


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How to Address EBS Hierarchy Changes When They Break Your Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Environment in Pre-11.1.2.3 Versions

May 22, 2014

For versions of Oracle EPM 11.1.2.2 and earlier, Oracle ERP Integrator (or ERPi, now part of Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management Enterprise Edition or FDMEE in Version 11.1.2.3) and Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management Architect ( EPMA ) had problems properly handling changes to an E-Business Suite ( EBS ) hierarchy. For example, when members are moved to a different…   Read More


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So…What is FDMEE? And Why Should I Care?

March 19, 2014

Several months ago Oracle released a product called Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management Enterprise Edition (FDMEE) in Version 11.1.2.3 of EPM – hallmarked as the more athletic, and handsome, brother of the old standby Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management (FDM) . After working through a couple implementations of the tool I’ve come up with a short list of reasons why you should care about this product, and what it means…   Read More


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ERPi & EPMA in Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Versions 11.1.2.1 and 11.1.2.2: Pure Synergy

October 23, 2013

Enterprise Resource Planning Integrator (ERPi) is an Oracle EPM (Hyperion) solution that allows Hyperion applications to interact with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems . These interactions include elements such as drill-through, data sourcing, and metadata sourcing. Enterprise Performance Management Architect (EPMA) is a Hyperion solution that maintains hierarchies and applications in a user-friendly, central location. In addition to its primary objective of application and metadata maintenance, EPMA also permits easy…   Read More


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Oracle OpenWorld 2013: BI and EPM (Hyperion) News

September 26, 2013

While traveling back from the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 conference, I realized it will be several days before I recover from the very busy, long days and all that walking (yes, I was warned about the blisters!). I learned quite a bit about the America’s Cup this week but for those who were unable to attend the conference, there is also…   Read More


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