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What are the eight categories of Essbase? And how do they differ from each other?




Grant Robinson
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    Monday, November 23 2015, 04:38 PM - #Permalink
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    There are two types of Oracle Fusion General Ledger Balances cubes: Standard Balances cubes and Average Balances cubes

    The standard balances cube uses following eight dimensions:
    1- Accounting Period: Based upon the calendar of the ledger or ledger set. Report on years, quarters, or periods
    2- Ledger or Ledger Set: Used to select a ledger for the reporting. Multiple ledgers may be in the same cube if they share a common chart of accounts
    3- Chart of Accounts Segments: Uses a separate dimension for each of the segments from the charts of accounts. Organized by hierarchy. A default hierarchy is provided that includes all detail segment values. Hierarchies published in the Publish Account Hierarchies user interface are included
    4- Scenario: Indicates if the balances represented are actual or budget amounts. Budget scenario dimension members are user defined in the Oracle Fusion Applications value set called Accounting Scenario and appear in the cube after running the Create Scenario Dimension Members process
    5- Balance Amount: Indicates if the value is the beginning balance, period activity, or ending balance. Debit, Credit, and Net amounts are available for reporting
    6- Amount Type: Indicates whether the amounts represent Base, Period to Date, Quarter to Date, or Year to Date.
    7- Currency: Used to select the desired currency for the balances
    8- Currency Type : Used to select the currency type of the balances


    Dimensions are seeded and new ones cannot be added


    Regards,
    Rohit
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    Monday, November 23 2015, 05:10 PM - #Permalink
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    Thank you. Also, do you know are there any study questions or practice tests available to use to study for the Fusion certificate?





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    There are two types of Oracle Fusion General Ledger Balances
    cubes: Standard Balances cubes and Average Balances cubes



    The standard balances cube uses following eight dimensions:

    1- Accounting Period: Based upon the calendar of the ledger or ledger set. Report on years, quarters, or periods

    2- Ledger or Ledger Set: Used to select a ledger for the reporting. Multiple ledgers may be in the same cube if they share a common chart of accounts

    3- Chart of Accounts Segments: Uses a separate dimension for each of the segments from the charts of accounts. Organized by hierarchy. A default hierarchy is provided that includes all detail
    segment values. Hierarchies published in the Publish Account Hierarchies user interface are included

    4- Scenario: Indicates if the balances represented are actual or budget amounts. Budget scenario dimension members are user defined in the Oracle Fusion Applications value set called Accounting
    Scenario and appear in the cube after running the Create Scenario Dimension Members process

    5- Balance Amount: Indicates if the value is the beginning balance, period activity, or ending balance. Debit, Credit, and Net amounts are available for reporting

    6- Amount Type: Indicates whether the amounts represent Base, Period to Date, Quarter to Date, or Year to Date.

    7- Currency: Used to select the desired currency for the balances

    8- Currency Type : Used to select the currency type of the balances





    Dimensions are seeded and new ones cannot be added





    Regards,

    Rohit




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