Oracle Business Intelligence

NoetixViews for Oracle E-Business Suite

NoetixViews for Oracle E-Business Suite

NoetixViews includes an extensive set of reporting objects (metadata) that deliver best-practice business views of the application’s database using an expert blend of table joins, cross operational functionality, customizations and indexes.

Ø      Business views for Oracle Financials, Order Management, Procurement, Projects, Discrete and Process Manufacturing, Human Resources, Grants, Service, Advanced Supply Chain Planning, and Enterprise Asset Management.

Ø      Metadata tailored to your configuration of Business Groups, Sets of Books, Operating Units, and Inventory Organizations.

Ø      Basic views for reports mapped to the Oracle screens; value-added views that integrate data from more complex business processes; and cross-functional views that integrate data from multiple application modules for full business process end-to-end reporting.

Ø      Unique features include special columns for key and descriptive flexfields, and lookups; support for multiple currencies and language translations; and special primary and foreign key columns for joining multiple views together for advanced reporting.

Ø      Built-in security seamlessly integrates with the data access rules of your Oracle responsibilities. Also included is support for module-specific data access controls such as GL flexfield security rules and HR security profiles.

This set of views enhances the following AOL components:

– Audit Trail

– Common Quick Picks

– Concurrent Manager Rules

– Concurrent Program Executables

– Concurrent Programs

– Currencies

– Database Conflicts in Concurrent Processing

– Descriptive Flexfields and Segments

– Flexfield Hierarchies, Values and Security

– Flexfield and Segment Qualifiers

– Key Flexfield Cross-Validation Rules

– Indexes

– Languages

– Printers

– Profile Options

– Report Request Groups

– Requests and Arguments

– Responsibilities

– Security

– Shorthand Flexfield Aliases

Thanks – shivmohan purohit

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