DRM - Relationship Management

DRM: Administrator (4 days)


System Administrators

Learning objectives

Learn how to administer Oracle DRM to manage changes in enterprise master data across information silos.

Course description

Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) enables organisations to synchronise master data across Enterprise Performance Management applications including BI platforms, financial and analytic applications, and transaction systems. This product was formerly known as Hyperion Master Data Management (MDM).This 4 day course for System Administrators and Oracle Developers provides a thorough grounding in the architecture and functionality of the DRM software. The course also covers the creation of the tasks, workflows and roles associated with Data Relationship Governance (DRG) that aid the streamlining of the business user experience. We'll also compare the differences between standard DRM scripting and JavaScript (that provides more flexibility and better performance in terms of the validations that enforce business logic) and your corresponding control of enterprise-wide master data.

Day summary

Day 1:

DRM concepts and navigation. Application, version, hierarchy and property creation, formulas

Day 2:

Exporting application elements, node types, validations, importing and blending hierarchies, scripts, importing application elements and the batch client

Day 3:

Exporting to flat files and SQL tables, comparing application element exports, mappings management

Day 4:

Exporting to EPMA, security and transaction log, Data Relationship Governance (DRG) tasks, workflows and roles

Detailed course agenda / Justification for your manager

DRM Page 1 

CPE Sponsors

Course title: DRM: Administrator

Duration: 4 days

Audience: Technical System Administrators

Pre-requisites: None

Delivery method: Classroom (group - live)

Advanced preparation: None

Recommended CPE credits: 28 credits - specialised knowledge and applications

Programme level: Intermediate

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DRM: Administrator (4 days)
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