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26 JAN 2017

Initial Document Creation

Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud, February Update

This document outlines the announcements and considerations in the upcoming Oracle Account Reconciliation Cloud update.


Monthly Update Schedule

We would like to inform you of the upcoming monthly update for your Oracle Cloud environments. We will apply the latest updates to your test environment on Friday, February 3, 2017 and to your production environment on Friday, February 17, 2017. The update will be applied during your normal daily maintenance window.

New Transaction Matching Module Available

Transaction Matching is the latest addition to Oracle’s comprehensive Account Reconciliation Cloud Service and the perfect complement to the existing Reconciliation Compliance feature set. With Transaction Matching, companies can automate preparation of high volume / labor intensive reconciliations and seamlessly integrate those results into the tracking features within Reconciliation Compliance. This powerful new module will save companies additional time on performance of reconciliations, while improving quality and reducing risk.

Once an Administrator performs the necessary steps to create the reconciliations, users will be able to load data, run the auto match process, confirm suggested matches, create manual matches and run balancing reports.

New EPM Automate Utility Version

A new version of the EPM Automate Utility is available with this update. This version enhances the importsnapshot command to allow the import of identity domain artifacts from application snapshots. This enhancement simplifies the cloning of a service instance by avoiding the step of manually importing users and roles into the identity domain.

The activities that you can complete using importsnapshot command depend on your role.

You must install this version of the utility to use the enhanced command. See these sections in Working with EPM Automate for Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud:

Single Sign-On with Fusion Applications

Starting this update, you can configure single sign-on access between Oracle Enterprise Performance Management Cloud and Oracle Fusion Cloud. Configuring SSO requires you to configure SAML 2.0 Identity Provider (ldP) between Oracle EPM Cloud and Oracle Fusion Cloud.

See Managing Single Sign-On in Administering Oracle Cloud Identity Management for information on configuring the SSO process to work with Oracle Fusion Applications.

New Features

This update applies routine maintenance and infrastructural updates.

Defects Fixed

Defect Number



When a team member reopens a reconciliation, questions in the Reviewer tab properly display after clicking on the Claim or Release button.



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