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Setting Up Performance Measures

  • 4.

    To add a new dimension level combination, choose the Add button. If you want to edit an existing dimension level combination, choose the Edit icon in the Update column of the row that you want to edit.

  • 5.

    Select the source of the dimension level. You can choose either Data Warehouse or Transactional System. The source holds the actual values and the dimensions that were associated with the measure. Choose the Next button.

  • 6.

    For each dimension level combination, select the Oracle Applications responsibilities that you want to allow to view and modify the combination. Choose the Next button.

  • 7.

    If you want to read or calculate the target value for a performance measure, in the Computing Function field choose the function that you want to use to generate the value. If you do not choose a function, then users must enter the value manually.

To use a computing function, you must have previously defined the computing function in Oracle Applications. For more information on how to create computing functions, see: "Creating Target Function Fields for New Performance Measures (Optional)" on page 3-5

  • 8.

    In the Correct Action field, choose the workflow item and the corrective action that you want to launch if the performance measure falls out of tolerance. Note that only Workflow Processes with BISW will appear, see: "Creating Corrective Action Workflows for New Performance Measures (Optional)" on page 3-6. Also, note that you do not have to define a workflow to notify users that the performance measure is out of tolerance. A workflow notification is always sent to the users, whether or not a Corrective Action is identified.

  • 9.

    Choose the Finish button to save your work.


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