The Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) course takes you through building a DRM application. We begin with an overview of DRM and the overall process and tasks required to successfully implement it. We then go through, step by step, creating an application. You’ll start by defining an application, adding and blending versions, and creating hierarchies and nodes. You’ll create and organize properties, set up node types, and then load master data. To complete the process, you’ll set up security, create business rules for validations and verifications, use the Migration utility to archive your application, and push extracts to a file or relational table for synchronizing hierarchies with other applications. We provide an overview of the DRG module, or alternatively offer a separate 1-day DRG class. This class is taught on version 220.127.116.11, but we can teach it on earlier versions upon request.
describe DRM, be able to create DRM applications, manage security and understand best practices for implementing DRM.
- DRM Overview
- Implementing DRM Applications – Process and Tasks
- Getting Started – Manage Versions, Hierarchies, Nodes
- Creating and Organizing Properties
- Setting Up Node Types
- Loading Master Data
- Setting Up Security
- Adding Validations and Verifications
- Receiving and Publishing Master Data
- DRG Module Overview
- Case Study (optional 3rd day)