Overview of Implementing PM Framework and PM Viewer
Setting Up Profile Options
Once you configure Apache, you must set up your ICX profile options.
To set up ICX profile options, do the following:
On the warehouse, log into Oracle Applications using the Application Developer Responsibility.
Navigate to Setup > Profile Options.
Set the ICX: HTML directory profile option to "OA_HTML/".
Save your work.
Setting Up Users
Use Oracle Applications to assign appropriate Business Intelligence System responsibilities to users who need access to PM Framework. For new users, you may also need to create user accounts. This is optional. Note that access to Portlets is based on the list of functions that each user has on their Preferences responsibility. For more information on how to set up Oracle Applications users, see: Oracle Applications System Administrator’s Guide.
Defining Additional Dimension Level Combinations
E-Business Intelligence comes seeded with pre-built performance measures and a limited number of dimension level combinations. Using the Performance Measures window, system administrators can setup addition dimension level combinations as required. Note that the measures are based on source views that contain a certain subset of dimension levels. Therefore, Dimension Level Combinations will only work for dimension levels that exist in these views. See Chapter 3, "Using PM Framework and PM Viewer" for information on the measure dimension levels.
Defining Target Security
Using the Performance Management Framework (Full Access) responsibility, system administrators can use the Set Target Security windows to associate responsibilities to the dimension level combinations. This controls your ability to update target information and view actuals on the PM Portlet. See Chapter 3, "Using PM Framework and PM Viewer" for information on how to define target security levels.
Implementing PM Framework and PM Viewer