Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management Exam Guide

Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Essentials

The Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Essentials (1Z0-588) exam is intended for implementation consultants with 2-4 years experience implementing Master Data Management solutions for customer-related data, and who have completed the Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship manage Implementation Specialist Guided Learning Path or equivalent knoyperionwledge acquired through alternate training or on-the-job experience. This certification differentiates mentcandidates in the marketplace by providing a competitive edge through proven expertise.

OPN members earning this certification will be recognized as OPN Certified Specialist. This certification qualifies as competency criteria for the Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Specialization.
 

Exam Number:

 

1Z0-588
Duration:

 

120 minutes
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Here:

 

Register online or by phone.
Number of
Questions:

 

73
Exam Price:

 

US$ 245
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Passing
Score:

 

63%

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Certifications
Earned:

 

Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Certified Implementation Specialist

OPN Certified Specialist

 

Recommended Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy


Recommended Training
Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management Implementation - Exam Study Guide (PDF)
Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Implementation Specialist Guided Learning Path
OPN Boot Camp
Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Implementation
Oracle University
Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management 11.1.2 Administration

 

 

Additional Information & Resources
Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)

 

 

Exam Topics

Implementation Scope and Risks

  • Describe best practices for project scoping and establishing implementation timelines
  • Describe common implementation risks
  • Describe phasing implementations
  • Describe implementation roles and responsibilities
  • Evaluate common customer Issues
  • Evaluate common customer strengths
  • Understand testing and rollout best practices

Hyperion Data Relationship Management Overview

  • Describe DRM key features
  • Manage versions
  • Manage heirarchies
  • Manage nodes
  • Use Property Queries
  • Manage Exports / Reports
  • Use Audit Data
  • Understand user roles and responsibilities
  • Understand the DRM Architecture

Managing the Initial Data Load

  • Perform structural reconciliation
  • Manage naming collisions
  • Manage duplicate nodes

Managing Properties and Property Categories

  • Manage properties from upstream and downstream systems
  • Manage similar properties
  • Manage property defaults
  • Manage calculated properties (derived, inherited, lookup)
  • Manage property scoping
  • Manage node types
  • Manage property categories
  • Define and load properties and structure

Alternate Hierarchies

  • Define and build alternate hierarchies
  • Support differences or force consistency
  • Build alternate hierarchies from attributes and an export
Mappings
  • Manage basic one to one or one to many mappings using properties
  • Manage basic one to one or one to many mappings using hierarchies
  • Manage complex many to many mappings

Managing Data Feeds

  • Identify upstream and downstream systems
  • Identify and analyze interfaces used
  • Understand timing of feeds
  • Understand file format and restrictions
  • Understand Imports, Action Scripts, Blender, and Exports
  • Manage upstream data feed(s) and reconciliation
  • Manage downstream data feed(s) and reconciliation
  • Include skipping and padding levels in balance or recursive hierarchy feeds 
  • Manage multiple downstream systems of the same type
  • Generate mapping tables for ETL processes for downstream systems
  • Implement automated data feed(s)

Versioning

  • Manage version composition
  • Manage version timings
  • Manage usage of version status
  • Manage synch methodology for what/if and planning versions

Business Rules

  • Manage business rules for downstream systems
  • Manage business rules for client processes
  • Manage business rules to address system issues

Users

  • Manage users and assign roles
  • Manage node access groups and property categories
  • Manage node access for users
  • Setup anonymous access

Workflow

  • Evaluate if workflow is needed and determine workflow requirements
  • Integrate workflow through the request API
API Integration
  • Evaluate API integration requirements
  • Integrate through the public API

 

 

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