Overview of Performance Management Framework
Performance Management Framework Components The following is a list of the components that comprise PM Framework.
Definition components: The Application Developer Common Module is a metadata repository used for defining application common data. For E-Business Intelligence we use the Application Developer Common Module in defining Performance Management Viewer (PM Viewer) reports and performance measures. This definition contains layout information for the reports and establishes the source of actual values for both the reports and performance measures.
PM Framework contains a set of forms to define performance measures and the dimension levels. These forms allow administration users to assign the dimensions, security, corrective actions, and automated target retrieval. Note that a measure also needs setup in the Application Developer Common Module to enable the retrieval of actual values. For more information on defining new measures, please see the Oracle E-Business Intelligence Performance Management Framework Performance Management Viewer Developer Guide.
Responsibilities: The following responsibilities are used for setting up PM Framework: Performance Management Framework (Full Access), Performance Management Framework (Targets Access), BIS Super User.
The following responsibilities contain PM Viewer reports: Purchasing Intelligence - Enterprise Data Warehouse, Supply Chain Intelligence - Enterprise Data Warehouse, and Manufacturing Intelligence - Enterprise Data Warehouse.
Data components: For E-Business Intelligence reports and performance measures, a set of views are available on top of the data warehouse fact tables and transactional system summary tables. These views are optimized for use by the PM Viewer Reports and Performance Measures.
PM Framework contains a set of windows for use in entering and maintaining target information on performance measures. This includes target values, tolerance ranges, and target owners.