Oracle Global Human Resources Cloud
What's New
  1. APRIL MAINTENANCE PACK FOR 19A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Human Resources
    1. Human Capital Management for India
        1. India International Transfer Payment Type
  1. MARCH MAINTENANCE PACK FOR 19A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
    1. Global Payroll Interface
        1. Specify Offset and Auto Increment Parameter Dates for Scheduled ADP Global Payroll Interface Runs
        2. Filter Payroll Elements to Include in the ADP Global Payroll Interface
        3. Global Data Section in ADP Global Payroll Interface Enhanced with Additional Attributes
        4. ADP Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions
        5. Global Data Section Enhanced with Additional Attributes
        6. Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions
  1. FEBRUARY MAINTENANCE PACK FOR 19A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Human Resources
    1. Human Capital Management for Australia
        1. Reporting Level Included In Workplace Gender Equality Information
  1. Update 19A
  1. Revision History
  2. Overview
  3. Feature Summary
  4. Human Resources
    1. Global Human Resources
        1. Onboarding Enhancements
        2. Checklists Enhancements
        3. Employment Info Page Changes
        4. New Position Attributes to Capture Budget Details and Delegate Position
        5. End Global Temporary Assignment Process Changes
        6. Local and Global Transfer Guided Process
        7. Improved Performance of Synchronize Person Assignments from Position Job
        8. Parameter for Document Record Descriptive Flexfield
        9. Expanded Representatives Service
        10. Launch Points Added for Predefined HCM Spreadsheet Data Loader (HSDL) for Workforce Structures
        11. Deep Link for Create Document Records
        12. Limit Size of Photo Uploads
        13. Simplified Configuration for Document Types
      1. Global HR Redesigned User Experience
        1. Manage Eligible Jobs Redesigned
    2. Global Payroll Interface
        1. Deleted Data Report Enhancements
        2. Filter Payroll Elements to Be Included in the Global Payroll Interface
        3. Setting Offset and Auto Incrementing Parameter Dates for Scheduled Interface Runs
    3. Human Capital Management for Belgium
        1. Hidden Statutory Dependent Flexfield
    4. Human Capital Management for Czech Republic
        1. Seeded Value for the Address Type
    5. Human Capital Management for Italy
        1. Additional Information at Organization and Person-Level
    6. Human Capital Management for Mexico
        1. Unpaid Absences
    7. Human Capital Management for Slovakia
        1. Seeded Value for the Address Type
    8. HCM Country and Vertical Extensions
        1. Worker Data Validation Report
  5. Worklife Solutions
    1. Employee Wellness
        1. Wellness Tasks
        2. Points Award Type
        3. Wellness News
    2. Workforce Reputation Management
        1. Enhanced Skill Search
    3. Corporate Social Responsibility
        1. Calendar Integration for Upcoming Projects
  6. HR Optimization
    1. HCM Transactional Business Intelligence
      1. Human Resources
        1. Support for Extended Lookups
      2. Workforce Modeling
        1. New Subject Area - Workforce Management - Workforce Modeling Real Time

April Maintenance Pack for 19A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Feature Notes
26 APR 2019   Created initial document.

Overview

HCM Cloud applications have two types of patches you can receive that are documented in this What’s New:

  • Release Updates (19A, 19B, 19C, and 19D)
  • Optional Monthly Maintenance Packs to each update

It is important for you to know what Release Update your environment is on. You can find this in your Cloud Portal.

This document outlines the information you need to know about new or improved functionality in Oracle HCM Cloud. Each section includes a brief description of the feature, the steps you need to take to enable or begin using the feature, any tips or considerations that you should keep in mind, and the resources available to help you.

In addition to this document you will also want to review the Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Functional Known Issues and Maintenance Packs (Document ID 1554838.1). These documents identify bug fixes and possible known issues. You will also need to review these documents based in the release update version you are currently on or will be moving to.

Oracle HCM Cloud release documents are delivered in five functional groupings:

Suggested Reading for all HCM Products:

  • HCM Cloud Common Features (This document pertains to all HCM applications. It is the base human resource information for all products and HCM Tools.)
  • Global Human Resources Cloud (Global Human Resources contains the base application in which other application use for common data such as workforce structures and person information. Regardless of what products you have implemented you may want to see the new features for Global Human Resources that could impact your products.)

NOTE: Not all Global Human Resource features are available for Talent and Compensation products.

Optional Reading for HCM Products (Depending on what products are in your cloud service):

  • Talent Management Cloud (All Talent applications)
  • Workforce Rewards Cloud (Compensation, Benefits, Payroll and Global Payroll Interface)
  • Workforce Management Cloud (Absence Management and Time and Labor)

Additional Optional Reading:

  • Common Technologies and User Experience (This documents the common features across all Cloud applications and is not specific to HCM)

NOTE: All of these documents can be found on the Oracle Help Center at: https://cloud.oracle.com/saasreadiness/hcm under Human Capital Management Release Readiness.

Give Us Feedback

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com. Indicate you are inquiring or providing feedback regarding the HCM Cloud What’s New for Release 13 in the body or title of the email.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.


Customer Action Required = You MUST take action before these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

New Features Delivered Ready to Use
(Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

New Features That Customer Must Take Action to Use (Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Customer Action Required

Human Resources

Human Capital Management for India

India International Transfer Payment Type

Human Resources

Human Capital Management for India

Oracle HRMS (India) supports country specific features and functions for India. It enables users to follow India’s business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

India International Transfer Payment Type

International Transfer has been added as a new payment type for India localization. You can select this payment type when creating payment methods for international transfers.

International Transfer Payment Type

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

March Maintenance Pack for 19A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Feature Notes
22 FEB 2019   Created initial document.

Overview

HCM Cloud applications have two types of patches you can receive that are documented in this What’s New:

  • Release Updates (19A, 19B, 19C, and 19D)
  • Optional Monthly Maintenance Packs to each update

It is important for you to know what Release Update your environment is on. You can find this in your Cloud Portal.

This document outlines the information you need to know about new or improved functionality in Oracle HCM Cloud. Each section includes a brief description of the feature, the steps you need to take to enable or begin using the feature, any tips or considerations that you should keep in mind, and the resources available to help you.

In addition to this document you will also want to review the Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Functional Known Issues and Maintenance Packs (Document ID 1554838.1). These documents identify bug fixes and possible known issues. You will also need to review these documents based in the release update version you are currently on or will be moving to.

Oracle HCM Cloud release documents are delivered in five functional groupings:

Suggested Reading for all HCM Products:

  • HCM Cloud Common Features (This document pertains to all HCM applications. It is the base human resource information for all products and HCM Tools.)
  • Global Human Resources Cloud (Global Human Resources contains the base application in which other application use for common data such as workforce structures and person information. Regardless of what products you have implemented you may want to see the new features for Global Human Resources that could impact your products.)

NOTE: Not all Global Human Resource features are available for Talent and Compensation products.

Optional Reading for HCM Products (Depending on what products are in your cloud service):

  • Talent Management Cloud (All Talent applications)
  • Workforce Rewards Cloud (Compensation, Benefits, Payroll and Global Payroll Interface)
  • Workforce Management Cloud (Absence Management and Time and Labor)

Additional Optional Reading:

  • Common Technologies and User Experience (This documents the common features across all Cloud applications and is not specific to HCM)

NOTE: All of these documents can be found on the Oracle Help Center at: https://cloud.oracle.com/saasreadiness/hcm under Human Capital Management Release Readiness.

Give Us Feedback

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com. Indicate you are inquiring or providing feedback regarding the HCM Cloud What’s New for Release 13 in the body or title of the email.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.


Customer Action Required = You MUST take action before these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

New Features Delivered Ready to Use
(Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

New Features That Customer Must Take Action to Use (Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Customer Action Required

Global Payroll Interface

Specify Offset and Auto Increment Parameter Dates for Scheduled ADP Global Payroll Interface Runs

Filter Payroll Elements to Include in the ADP Global Payroll Interface

Global Data Section in ADP Global Payroll Interface Enhanced with Additional Attributes

ADP Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions

Global Data Section Enhanced with Additional Attributes

Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions

Global Payroll Interface

Oracle Global Payroll Interface supports features to send personal payroll information to third-party payroll providers and then to import processed payroll data into Oracle Fusion Global HR. You can copy and modify predefined extract definitions to meet the requirements of your third-party payroll provider. Before extracting data, payroll coordinators can optionally run the Calculate Gross Earnings process to calculate periodic values to validate gross earnings calculations. If you import processed payroll data or payslips from your third-party payroll provider, the data is available for further reporting and analysis.

Specify Offset and Auto Increment Parameter Dates for Scheduled ADP Global Payroll Interface Runs

You can schedule your ADP Global Payroll Interface extractions to run at specific intervals by automatically setting the Process Start Date and Process End Date parameters based on the extraction date. Use the delivered Profile Options For Payroll Interfaces user-defined table to offset these dates.

Schedule the Extraction

Schedule the ADP Global Payroll Interface processes like any HCM cloud process. The application supports all scheduling options, such as dynamic (fast formula based) date parameter settings.

Submit a Process

For scheduling the extraction, do these following steps:

  1. From the Payroll Checklist work area, select the Submit a Process or Report task.
  2. Select the Legislative Data Group.
  3. Search for and select the Run Payroll Interface for ADP Global Payroll flow.
  4. Click Next.
  5. On the Enter Parameters page, enter all the parameters that need to be used in scheduled runs except the Process Start Date and Process End Date.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Click Next
  8. On the Schedule page, specify the schedule frequency.
  9. Click Next.
  10. Click Submit.

Note the following:

  1. When scheduling Global Payroll Interface runs, ensure that you do not set the Process End Date parameter to a date that is earlier than the Process End Date parameter of any of the previous runs.
  2. When scheduling the extractions for the first time, ensure that the start date and end date parameters are left blank so that the settings mentioned below take effect.

Automatically Increment Process Date Parameters

The data reported in the ADP Global Payroll Interface depends on the Process Start Date and Process End Date that the user chooses at the time of submitting the interface. This extraction time frame might vary based on your implementation requirements.

When you schedule this extraction to run on a daily basis, the process start and end dates start based on the system date.

Steps to Enable

Do these steps to automatically increment the Process Start Date and Process End Date parameters.

  1. Navigate to the Setup and Maintenance work area.
  2. In the Task pane, click Search.
  3. Search for and select the Manage User-Defined Tables task.
  4. On the Manage User-Defined Tables page, search for and select the Profile Options For Payroll Interfaces. Specify the appropriate LDG.

NOTE: In implementations involving multiple LDGs, you must run the  ADP Global Payroll Interface process within the context of an LDG. So, configure the scheduling settings for individual LDGs according to your requirements.

  1. On the User-Defined Table page, ensure that the Effective As-Of Date is set according to your requirement.
  2. Click Edit to update the User-Defined Rows table.
  3. Click Next to open the User-Defined Table Values page.
  4. In the User-Defined Table Values section, click Create from the Actions menu.
  5. In the Add User-Defined Table Values dialog box, search for and select ADP Global Payroll Interface Flow Parameter StartDate Offset.
  6. Click OK.
  7. In the User-Defined Table Values section, enter the number of days by which you want to offset the start date. Set this value to the number of days by which you want to move the start date from the date of execution, which is the system date. If you want to move the start date to the past, set the value with a “-“ (minus)  sign. If you want to move it forward, set it with a “+” sign or without any sign. For example, for setting the start date 14 days in the past, set this value as -14.
  8. Repeat the above step for the ADP Global Payroll Interface Flow Parameter EndDate Offset extract. Set this value to the number of days by which you want to move the end date from the date of execution, which is the system date. If you want to move the end date to the future, ensure that you set value with a “+“  (plus)  sign or without any sign. If you want to move it backward, set it with a “-” minus sign. For example, for setting the end date 7 days in the future, set this value as 7 or +7.

NOTE: The application applies these offsets on the extract execution date, which is actually the system date. If you don’t specify the offsets, then the application will use the system date.

  1. Click Submit.

Filter Payroll Elements to Include in the ADP Global Payroll Interface

Use the Element Groups option to specify the payroll elements that you want to pass to ADP Global Payroll. This option is useful in scenarios where additional elements have been configured to meet implementation-specific requirements. Such elements are not intended to be processed in payroll and hence need not be part of the interface file.

Element Groups

Removing the Filter on Elements to be Reported

After implementing the filter, if there is a subsequent requirement to remove the filter so that all elements are reported in the  ADP Global Payroll interface, end date the ADP Global Payroll Interface Element Group element group. Extractions that you do after the element group’s end date will report all elements. To end date the element group, set the Effective End Date of the element group as appropriate.

Steps to Enable

Configure the element group as below to filter out the elements.

  1. Navigate to Manage Object Groups in Payroll Calculation work area.
  2. On the Manage Object Groups page, select Create from the Actions menu.
  3. In the Create Object Group dialog box, complete these fields:
    Field Value

    Name

    ADP Global Payroll Interface Element Group

    Legislative Data Group

    Choose as appropriate

    Type

    Element Group

  1. Click Continue.
  2. On the Basic Data page, enter the effective start date and provide a description.
  3. Click Next.
  4. On the Create Object Group page, Elements section, select Add from the Actions menu.
  5. Add the list of elements that you want to include in the interface.
  6. Ensure that the Inclusion Status column has the value Include. Click Submit.

Only those elements included in this group will be extracted in all subsequent payroll interface runs.

Global Data Section in ADP Global Payroll Interface Enhanced with Additional Attributes

You can use the additional attributes in the Global Data section of the ADP Global Payroll Interface to interface with ADP Global Payroll. If you’re using the delivered ADP Global Payroll Interface extract definition, ensure that you do a baseline extraction to use these additional attributes.

The following attributes have been included in the Global Data section based on ADP requirements.

  • GlobalPersonData: PayslipDelivPreference
  • Address Details: StartDate and EndDate
  • AssignmentData: AssignmentPayrollStatus
  • BankAccountDetails: BankCode, AlternateAccountName, SecondaryAccountReference and CheckDigit
  • ContactDetails: ContactType displayed as data element

Steps to Perform Baseline Extraction

  1. Navigate to the Payroll Checklist work area.
  2. From the task pane, click on Submit a Process or Report.
  3. On the Submit a Process or Report: Select Flow Pattern page, do the following:
  • Select the appropriate Legislative Data Group from the list of values,
  • Search for the process Run Payroll Interface for ADP Global Payroll
  • Select the process and click on Next
  1. On the Submit a Process or Report: Enter Parameters page, enter these parameters.

    Parameter

    Value

    Payroll Flow

    Enter a meaningful name

    Changes Only

    All Attributes

    Object Group

    Select the appropriate object group. If there are multiple object groups for which regular extractions are performed, baseline extraction need to be performed for all the groups.

    Payroll

    Select the appropriate payroll. If there are multiple payrolls for which regular extractions are performed, do the baseline extraction for all the payrolls.

    Process Start Date

    Specify the same start date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Process End Date

    Specify the same end date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Instance Name

    Select the appropriate value.

    Baseline Only

    Yes

  1. Ensure that the process completes successfully.

NOTE: Repeat the above steps for all the legislative data groups used in regular extractions.

Steps to Enable

Do a baseline extraction to use these additional attributes for the first time. See ADP Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions feature below for the steps to run.

ADP Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions

You can run the ADP Global Payroll Interface in Baseline Only mode to generate a full baseline extract without producing any output file.

Steps to Perform Baseline Extraction

  1. Navigate to the Payroll Checklist work area.
  2. From the task pane, click on Submit a Process or Report.
  3. On the Submit a Process or Report: Select Flow Pattern page, do the following:
  • Select the appropriate Legislative Data Group from the list of values,
  • Search for the process Run Payroll Interface for ADP Global Payroll.
  • Select the process and click on Next
  1. On the Submit a Process or Report: Enter Parameters page, enter these parameters.

    Parameter

    Value

    Payroll Flow

    Enter a meaningful name

    Changes Only

    All Attributes

    Object Group

    Select the appropriate object group. If there are multiple object groups for which regular extractions are performed, baseline extraction need to be performed for all the groups.

    Payroll

    Select the appropriate payroll. If there are multiple payrolls for which regular extractions are performed, do the baseline extraction for all the payrolls.

    Process Start Date

    Specify the same end date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Process End Date

    Specify the same end date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Instance Name

    Select the appropriate value

    Baseline Only

    Yes

  1. Ensure that the process completes successfully.

NOTE: Repeat the above steps for all the legislative data groups used in regular extractions.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Global Data Section Enhanced with Additional Attributes

You can use the additional attributes in the Global Data section of the Global Payroll Interface to interface with third-party payroll applications. If you’re using the delivered Global Payroll Interface extract definition, ensure that you do a baseline extraction to use these additional attributes.

The following attributes have been included in the Global Data section based on your requirements.

  • GlobalPersonData: PayslipDelivPreference   
  • Address Details: StartDate and EndDate   
  • AssignmentData: AssignmentPayrollStatus   
  • BankAccountDetails: BankCode, AlternateAccountName, SecondaryAccount Reference and CheckDigit   
  • ContactDetails: ContactType displayed as data element

Steps to Perform Baseline Extraction

  1. Navigate to the Payroll Checklist work area.
  2. From the task pane, click on Submit a Process or Report.
  3. On the Submit a Process or Report: Select Flow Pattern page, do the following:
  • Select the appropriate Legislative Data Group from the list of values.
  • Search for the process Run Global Payroll Interface V2.
  • Select the process and click Next.
  1. On the Submit a Process or Report: Enter Parameters page, enter these parameters.

    Parameter

     

    Payroll Flow

    Enter a meaningful name

    Changes Only

    All Attributes

    Object Group

    Select the appropriate object group. If there are multiple object groups for which regular extractions are performed, baseline extraction need to be performed for all the groups.

    Payroll

    Select the appropriate payroll. If there are multiple payrolls for which regular extractions are performed, do the baseline extraction for all the payrolls.

    Process Start Date

    Specify the same start date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Process End Date

    Specify the same end date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Instance Name

    Select the appropriate value

    Baseline Only

    Yes

  1. Ensure that the process completes successfully.

NOTE: Repeat the above steps for all the legislative data groups used in regular extractions.

Steps to Enable

Do a baseline extraction to use these additional attributes for the first time. See Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions feature below for the steps to run.

Global Payroll Interface Enhanced to Support Baseline Extractions

Run the Global Payroll Interface in Baseline Only mode to generate a full baseline extract without producing any output file.

Steps to Perform Baseline Extraction

  1. Navigate to the Payroll Checklist work area.
  2. From the task pane, click on Submit a Process or Report.
  3. On the Submit a Process or Report: Select Flow Pattern page, do the following:
  • Select the appropriate Legislative Data Group from the list of values,
  • Search for the process Run Global Payroll Interface V2. 
  • Select the process and click on Next
  1. On the Submit a Process or Report: Enter Parameters page, enter these parameters.

    Parameter

    Value

    Payroll Flow

    Enter a meaningful name

    Changes Only

    All Attributes

    Object Group

    Select the appropriate object group. If there are multiple object groups for which regular extractions are performed, baseline extraction need to be performed for all the groups.

    Payroll

    Select the appropriate payroll. If there are multiple payrolls for which regular extractions are performed, do the baseline extraction for all the payrolls.

    Process Start Date

    Specify the same start date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Process End Date

    Specify the same end date as that mentioned in the last completed regular run.

    Instance Name

    Select the appropriate value

    Baseline Only

    Yes

  1. Ensure that the process completes successfully.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

February Maintenance Pack for 19A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Feature Notes
25 JAN 2019   Created initial document.

Overview

HCM Cloud applications have two types of patches you can receive that are documented in this What’s New:

  • Release Updates (19A, 19B, 19C, and 19D)
  • Optional Monthly Maintenance Packs to each update

It is important for you to know what Release Update your environment is on. You can find this in your Cloud Portal.

This document outlines the information you need to know about new or improved functionality in Oracle HCM Cloud. Each section includes a brief description of the feature, the steps you need to take to enable or begin using the feature, any tips or considerations that you should keep in mind, and the resources available to help you.

In addition to this document you will also want to review the Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Functional Known Issues and Maintenance Packs (Document ID 1554838.1). These documents identify bug fixes and possible known issues. You will also need to review these documents based in the release update version you are currently on or will be moving to.

Oracle HCM Cloud release documents are delivered in five functional groupings:

Suggested Reading for all HCM Products:

  • HCM Cloud Common Features (This document pertains to all HCM applications. It is the base human resource information for all products and HCM Tools.)
  • Global Human Resources Cloud (Global Human Resources contains the base application in which other application use for common data such as workforce structures and person information. Regardless of what products you have implemented you may want to see the new features for Global Human Resources that could impact your products.)

NOTE: Not all Global Human Resource features are available for Talent and Compensation products.

Optional Reading for HCM Products (Depending on what products are in your cloud service):

  • Talent Management Cloud (All Talent applications)
  • Workforce Rewards Cloud (Compensation, Benefits, Payroll and Global Payroll Interface)
  • Workforce Management Cloud (Absence Management and Time and Labor)

Additional Optional Reading:

  • Common Technologies and User Experience (This documents the common features across all Cloud applications and is not specific to HCM)

NOTE: All of these documents can be found on the Oracle Help Center at: https://cloud.oracle.com/saasreadiness/hcm under Human Capital Management Release Readiness.

Give Us Feedback

We welcome your comments and suggestions to improve the content. Please send us your feedback at oracle_fusion_applications_help_ww_grp@oracle.com. Indicate you are inquiring or providing feedback regarding the HCM Cloud What’s New for Release 13 in the body or title of the email.

Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.


Customer Action Required = You MUST take action before these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

New Features Delivered Ready to Use
(Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

New Features That Customer Must Take Action to Use (Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Customer Action Required

Human Resources

Human Capital Management for Australia

Reporting Level Included In Workplace Gender Equality Information

Human Resources

Human Capital Management for Australia

Oracle HRMS (Australia) supports country specific features and functions for Australia. It enables users to follow Australia’s business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Reporting Level Included In Workplace Gender Equality Information

A workplace profile shows the composition of the workforce by gender, employment status, standardized occupational categories, and remuneration data for managers and non–managers.

A field Reporting Level has been added to this profile to specify the manager's reporting level to the CEO. You can find this field under the Australian Workplace Gender Equality Information section on the Assignment page within the Manage Employment task.

Valid values for this field are +1, 0, and -1 to -99, where -1 represents reporting directly to the CEO, 0 is the CEO himself, and +1 the person above the CEO. You can place your cursor on this field to view a tool tip with the valid values.

Reporting Level Field

Since different organizations follow different hierarchies, the system does not validate or auto-populate the value for the reporting level based on the occupational category. The value you enter in this field is reported in the WGE Report.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Update 19A

Revision History

This document will continue to evolve as existing sections change and new information is added. All updates appear in the following table:

Date Feature Notes
26 JUL 2019

Global Human Resources: Onboarding Enhancements

Updated document. Revised feature information.

29 MAR 2019

Global Human Resources: Simplified Configuration for Document Types

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.

22 FEB 2019

Global Payroll Interface: Deleted Data Report Enhancements

Updated document. Revised feature information.

22 FEB 2019

Global Human Resources: Checklists Enhancements

Updated document. Revised feature information.

22 FEB 2019

Global Human Resources: Launch Points Added for Predefined HCM Spreadsheet Data Loader (HSDL) for Workforce Structures

Updated document. Revised feature information.

22 FEB 2019 Global Human Resources: Parameter for Document Record Descriptive Flexfield

Updated document. Revised feature information.

25 JAN 2019

Global Human Resources: Deep Link for Create Document Records

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.

21 DEC 2018 Global Human Resources: Onboarding Enhancements

Updated document. Revised feature information.

21 DEC 2018

Global Human Resources: Checklists Enhancements

Updated document. Revised feature information.

21 DEC 2018

Global Human Resources: Limit Size of Photo Uploads

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.

21 DEC 2018

Global Payroll Interface: Deleted Data Report Enhancements

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.

21 DEC 2018

Global Payroll Interface: Filter Payroll Elements To Be Included In The Global Payroll Interface

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.

21 DEC 2018

Global Payroll Interface: Setting Offset and Auto Incrementing Parameter Dates For Scheduled Interface Runs

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.

21 DEC 2018

HR for Mexico: Unpaid Absences

Updated document. Delivered feature in update 19A.

07 DEC 2018   Created initial document.

Overview

HCM Cloud applications have two types of patches you can receive that are documented in this What's New:

  • Release Updates (19A, 19B, 19C, and 19D)
  • Optional Monthly Maintenance Packs to each update

It is important for you to know what Release Update your environment is on. You can find this in your Cloud Portal.

This document outlines the information you need to know about new or improved functionality in Oracle HCM Cloud. Each section includes a brief description of the feature, the steps you need to take to enable or begin using the feature, any tips or considerations that you should keep in mind, and the resources available to help you.

In addition to this document you will also want to review the Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Functional Known Issues and Maintenance Packs (Document ID 1554838.1). These documents identify bug fixes and possible known issues. You will also need to review these documents based in the release update version you are currently on or will be moving to.

Oracle HCM Cloud release documents are delivered in five functional groupings:

Suggested Reading for all HCM Products:

  • HCM Cloud Common Features (This document pertains to all HCM applications. It is the base human resource information for all products and HCM Tools.)
  • Global Human Resources Cloud (Global Human Resources contains the base application in which other application use for common data such as workforce structures and person information. Regardless of what products you have implemented you may want to see the new features for Global Human Resources that could impact your products.)

NOTE: Not all Global Human Resource features are available for Talent and Compensation products.

Optional Reading for HCM Products (Depending on what products are in your cloud service):

  • Talent Management Cloud (All Talent applications)
  • Workforce Rewards Cloud (Compensation, Benefits, Payroll and Global Payroll Interface)
  • Workforce Management Cloud (Absence Management and Time and Labor)

Additional Optional Reading:

  • Common Technologies and User Experience (This documents the common features across all Cloud applications and is not specific to HCM)

NOTE: All of these documents can be found on the Oracle Help Center at: https://cloud.oracle.com/saasreadiness/hcm under Human Capital Management Release Readiness.

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Feature Summary

Column Definitions:

Report = New or modified, Oracle-delivered, ready to run reports.

UI or Process-Based: Small Scale = These UI or process-based features are typically comprised of minor field, validation, or program changes. Therefore, the potential impact to users is minimal.

UI or Process-Based: Larger Scale* = These UI or process-based features have more complex designs. Therefore, the potential impact to users is higher.


Customer Action Required = You MUST take action before these features can be used by END USERS. These features are delivered disabled and you choose if and when to enable them. For example, a) new or expanded BI subject areas need to first be incorporated into reports, b) Integration is required to utilize new web services, or c) features must be assigned to user roles before they can be accessed.

New Features Delivered Ready to Use
(Delivered Enabled)

Reports plus Small Scale UI or Process-Based new features will have minimal user impact after an update. Therefore, customer acceptance testing should focus on the Larger Scale UI or Process-Based* new features.

New Features That Customer Must Take Action to Use (Delivered Disabled)

Not disruptive as action is required to make these features ready to use. As you selectively choose to leverage, you set your test and roll out timing.

Feature

Report

UI or
Process-Based:
Small Scale

UI or
Process-Based:
Larger Scale*

Customer Action Required

Human Resources

Global Human Resources

Onboarding Enhancements

Checklists Enhancements

Employment Info Page Changes

New Position Attributes to Capture Budget Details and Delegate Position

End Global Temporary Assignment Process Changes

Local and Global Transfer Guided Process

Improved Performance of Synchronize Person Assignments from Position Job

Parameter for Document Record Descriptive Flexfield

Expanded Representatives Service

Launch Points Added for Predefined HCM Spreadsheet Data Loader (HSDL) for Workforce Structures

Deep Link for Create Document Records

Limit Size of Photo Uploads

Simplified Configuration for Document Types

Global HR Redesigned User Experience

Manage Eligible Jobs Redesigned

Global Payroll Interface

Deleted Data Report Enhancements

Filter Payroll Elements to Be Included in the Global Payroll Interface

Setting Offset and Auto Incrementing Parameter Dates for Scheduled Interface Runs

Human Capital Management for Belgium

Hidden Statutory Dependent Flexfield

Human Capital Management for Czech Republic

Seeded Value for the Address Type

Human Capital Management for Italy

Additional Information at Organization and Person-Level

Human Capital Management for Mexico

Unpaid Absences

Human Capital Management for Slovakia

Seeded Value for the Address Type

HCM Country and Vertical Extensions

Worker Data Validation Report

Worklife Solutions

Employee Wellness

Wellness Tasks

Points Award Type

Wellness News

Workforce Reputation Management

Enhanced Skill Search

Corporate Social Responsibility

Calendar Integration for Upcoming Projects

HR Optimization

HCM Transactional Business Intelligence

Human Resources

Support for Extended Lookups

Workforce Modeling

New Subject Area - Workforce Management - Workforce Modeling Real Time

Human Resources

Global Human Resources

Oracle Global Human Resources enables your organization to plan, manage and optimize all workforce segments using flexible and extensible best practices to realize extraordinary gains while insuring compliance and increasing total workforce engagement.

Onboarding Enhancements

Enhance the way you track the acknowledgement and acceptance of documents, agreements, and other crucial onboarding documents with the new electronic signature capability.  You can also select multiple tasks and act on them at one go.

Electronic Signature

A new task type to capture electronic signatures from new hires is now available in Onboarding. There is a delivered integration available with DocuSign for this feature.

Configure HCM Electronic Signature

New Action for Task

A new action called Mark as Not Applicable is now available for Onboarding tasks. Selecting this option will update the status of the task to Rejected.

Additionally, a new action to Reopen completed tasks is available for Line Managers and HR Specialists. This action will move the task to the Incomplete Tasks section and the task status will be updated to In-Progress from Completed. The due date of the task will remain the same as the original due date.

Reopen Closed Tasks

Select Multiple Tasks

In the My Tasks tab for a Line Manager or HR Specialist, users can select multiple tasks and take actions such as Mark as Complete, Mark as Not Applicable, and Reassign Task. Additionally, users can select multiple tasks to reassign them to another user.

  • For Incomplete Tasks, users can select multiple tasks and take actions such as: Send Reminder, Mark as Complete, and Mark as Not Applicable.
  • For Completed Tasks, users can select multiple tasks and reopen them.

Multi Select Tasks and Take Action

Deep Links

Deep links are now available for the Onboarding experience pages:

  • Onboarding Tasks (EMP_ONBOARDING)
  • Onboarding Tasks (MGR_ONBOARDING_TASKS)
  • Onboarding Tasks (HR_ONBOARDING_TASKS)
  • Onboarding Employees (MGR_ONBOARDING_EMPLOYEES)
  • Onboarding Employees (HR_ONBOARDING_EMPLOYEES)

Enhanced Search

Managers and HR Specialists can now search for a task by its name or using a wild card search using "%".

Steps to Enable

Make the feature accessible by assigning or updating privileges and/or job roles. Details are provided in the Role section below.

Tips And Considerations

  • Electronic Signature capability is available only for Onboarding.
  • Electronic Signature capability is possible only through integration with third-party service provider DocuSign.

Role Information

A new abstract role Pending Worker (ORA_PER_PENDING_WORKER_ABSTRACT) is available to support some of the features in this update. This role inherits the Manage Onboarding by Worker aggregate privilege. Provision this abstract role to a pending worker who joins the organization either as an employee or a contingent worker and for whom a person record is created.

The following table shows the new role and the aggregate privilege that it inherits:

Aggregated Privilege Name

Job or Abstract Role

Manage Onboarding by Worker ORA_PER_MANAGE_ONBOARDING_BY_WORKER

Pending Worker

You must assign pending workers the following function security privileges to view and take action on BIP notifications:

Function Security Privilege Name

Job or Abstract Role

View Notification Details   PER_VIEW_NOTIFICATION_DETAILS_PRIV

Pending Worker

Approve Transactions

PER_APPROVE_TRANSACTIONS_PRIV

You must also assign pending workers the following aggregate privilege:

Aggregated Privilege Name

Job or Abstract Role

Print Worker Portrait

ORA_PER_PORTRAIT_MAINTENANCE_DUTY

Pending Worker

The following table shows the aggregate privileges that support features in this update and the predefined roles that inherit them.

Aggregated Privilege Name

Job or Abstract Role

Manage HCM Electronic Signature Configurations HRC_MANAGE_HCM_ELECTRONIC_SIGNATURE_CONFIGURATIONS

Human Capital Management Application Administrator

If you are using the predefined roles, no action is necessary. However, if you are using custom versions of these roles, you must add these aggregate privileges to your custom roles to use this feature. See the Release 13 Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Security Upgrade Guide on My Oracle Support (Document ID 2023523.1) for instructions about implementing new functions in existing roles.

The following table shows the function security privileges that support features in this update and the predefined roles that inherit them.

Function Security Privilege Name

Job or Abstract Role

Add New Task for Worker

PER_ADD_NEW_TASK_FOR_WORKER

Line Manager

Human Resources Specialist

Add Task for Worker from Task Library

PER_ADD_TASK_FOR_WORKER_FROM_TASK_LIBRARY

Line Manager

Human Resources Specialist

Checklists Enhancements

Leverage the checklist enhancements that are now available to effectively prioritize checklists and tasks related to actions such as off boarding, transfer, promotion and others. If you previously used notifications to manage these checklist tasks you can now directly access the tasks from Checklist Tasks in the Quick Actions menu.

New Checklist Pages

Until now checklist tasks for other actions such as off boarding, transfer, promotion was being managed from notifications. Now, these checklist tasks can be managed using the new pages available from Checklist Tasks in the Quick Actions menu. The new pages help you manage your current tasks, in-progress checklists, and completed checklists.

Current Tasks

In-Progress Checklists

Completed Checklists

Changes in Checklist Task Notifications

Changes to the checklist task status will now be reflected only when the task is marked as Completed or Mark as Not Applicable in the notification. All other actions in the notifications will not impact the checklist task status. Additionally, the actions Withdraw and Suspend have been removed in the notifications Actions menu.

Task Dependency

A preceding or dependent task can be defined for any task for all checklist categories.

Steps to Enable

Make the feature accessible by assigning or updating privileges and/or job roles. Details are provided in the Role section below.

Role Information

The following table shows the function security privileges that support this feature and the predefined roles that inherit them.

Function Security Privilege Name Job or Abstract Role

Manage Person Allocated Checklist by Worker PER_MANAGE_PERSON_ALLOCATED_CHECKLIST_BY_WORKER_PRIV

Employee

Contingent Worker

Allocate Checklist to Worker

PER_ALLOCATE_CHECKLIST_TO_WORKER_PRIV

Line Manager

Human Resources Specialist

If you are using the predefined roles, no action is necessary. However, if you are using custom versions of these roles, you must add these function security privileges to your custom roles to use this feature. See the Release 13 Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Security Upgrade Guide on My Oracle Support (Document ID 2023523.1) for instructions about implementing new functions in existing roles.

Employment Info Page Changes

Enhance user experience with the addition of the following 4 sections to the Employment Info page:

  • Contract Details
  • Seniority Dates
  • Eligible Jobs
  • Future Actions

The sections are added to provide a holistic view of the employment information of a worker.

The 4 sections are collapsed by default on the Employment Info page. Each section is displayed only if there is data to be displayed in that section.

Employment Info Collapsed Sections

Employment Info Expanded Sections

Contract Details section: Displays the current and future contract extensions.

Seniority Dates section: Displays either V1 seniority dates or V3 seniority dates, based on the seniority version used by the customer. V2 seniority dates are not displayed in this section.

Eligible Jobs section: Displays the current and future eligible jobs.

Employment History section: Displays the history of actions on this assignment.

Future Actions section: Displays any future dated actions on this assignment.

The following fields related to the work relationship have been added and are hidden out of the box in the Assignment section:

  • Worker Type
  • Worker Number
  • Hire Date
  • Enterprise Start Date
  • Work Relationship Status
  • Person Number

Steps to Enable

Make the feature accessible by assigning or updating privileges and/or job roles. Details are provided in the Role section below.

Role Information

Security Privileges

The following table shows the aggregate privileges that support this feature and the predefined roles that inherit them.

Aggregate Privilege Name and Code

Job Role Name

View Worker Contract

ORA_PER_VIEW_WORKER_CONTRACT

Human Resource Specialist

Human Resource Analyst

Line Manager

Employee

Contingent Worker

View Seniority Dates

ORA_PER_VIEW_SENIORITY_DATES

Human Resource Specialist

Human Resource Analyst

Line Manager

Employee

View Eligible Jobs

ORA_PER_VIEW_ELIGIBLE_JOBS

Human Resource Specialist

Human Resource Analyst

Line Manager

Employee

Contingent Worker

View Worker Assignment History Details

ORA_PER_VIEW_WORKER_ASSIGNMENT_HISTORY_DETAILS

Human Resource Specialist

Human Resource Analyst

Line Manager

Employee

Contingent Worker

View Future Assignment Changes

ORA_PER_VIEW_FUTURE_ASSIGNMENT_CHANGES

Human Resource Specialist

Human Resource Analyst

If you are using the predefined roles, no action is necessary. However, if you are using custom versions of these roles, you must add these aggregate privileges to your custom roles to use this feature. See the Release 13 Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Security Upgrade Guide on My Oracle Support (Document ID 2023523.1) for instructions about implementing new functions in existing roles.

New Position Attributes to Capture Budget Details and Delegate Position

A new region Budget Details has been added on the Manage Position pages to capture the following budget information:

  • Budget Amount
  • Budgeted Position (to indicate if this position was already included in the current budget plan or not)
  • Cost Center (to select any of the cost centers of the department)
  • Funded from Existing Positions (to indicate if any already budgeted positions should be used as the funding)
  • Funding Positions (only available if the previous attribute has been set to Yes, here active vacant positions that don't have child positions can be selected that will get inactivated automatically)

Budget Details Region

A new attribute Delegate Position has been added. In a future release this attribute will be used for line manager synchronization based  on the HCM Position Hierarchy.

All new position attributes are also supported when using HDL.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

End Global Temporary Assignment Process Changes

Streamline the process to end the global temporary assignment with the following enhancements:

  • When you terminate the destination work relationship created as a global temporary assignment, you can only select the actions relevant to end global temporary assignment.
  • You cannot terminate the source work relationship from which a global temporary assignment is created. You need to first end the destination global temporary assignment before terminating the source work relationship.

Termination of the Destination Work Relationship Created as a Global Temporary Assignment

Termination of the Source Work Relationship

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Local and Global Transfer Guided Process

Simplify transfer by now using the Local and Global Transfer guided process to transfer an employee in the same legal employer or to a new legal employer.

This new guided process:

  • Is a simplified design to be responsive on mobile devices.
  • Is a combination of the current Transfer and Change Legal Employer guided processes.
  • Is available for HR Specialists, however you can also make this process available for Line Managers.

The primary assignment data of the worker is defaulted in this guided process thereby making the process intuitive for the HR Specialists.

HR Specialists can access the Local and Global Transfer process from Quick Actions, Actions menu in the Employment Info page, and person smart navigation.

Local and Global Transfer Questionnaire Page

Local and Global Transfer Compact Guided Process

Many assignment attributes are hidden out of the box for this Local and Global Transfer guided process. You can display these attributes according to the business requirements using the HCM Experience Design Studio.

You must use the Local and Global Transfer approval rule to configure specific approval conditions for the Local and Global Transfer process.

Steps to Enable

Make the feature accessible by assigning or updating privileges and/or job roles. Details are provided in the Role section below.

Role Information

The following table shows the aggregate privileges that support this feature and the predefined roles that inherit them.

Aggregate Privilege Name and Code

Job Role Name

Perform Worker Local and Global Transfers

ORA_PER_TRANSFER_WORKER_LOCAL_GLOBAL

Human Resource Specialist

If you are using the predefined roles, no action is necessary. However, if you are using custom versions of these roles, you must add these aggregate privileges to your custom roles to use this feature. See the Release 13 Oracle Human Capital Management Cloud Security Upgrade Guide on My Oracle Support (Document ID 2023523.1) for instructions about implementing new functions in existing roles.

Improved Performance of Synchronize Person Assignments from Position Job

Performance of  the scheduled job ‘Synchronize Person Assignments from Position’ has been improved with multiple sub job processing.

The calculation of the actual number of sub jobs varies depending on the quotient of number of impacted assignments divided by number of sub jobs defined in the new profile option PER_EMPL_POSSYNC_PROPOSED_ESS_JOB_NUM. If none was specified, then the system will use 10 as the default for the number of sub jobs to use as the basis for the calculation.

  • If the quotient is less than 2,000, then the number of sub jobs is calculated as the number of impacted assignments divided by 2,000.
  • If the quotient is between 2,000 and 10,000, the system will use the number of sub jobs the customer has specified in the new profile option or the default of 10 if nothing was specified in the profile option.
  • If the quotient is more than 10,000, then the number of sub jobs created is the total of impacted assignments divided by 10,000.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Parameter for Document Record Descriptive Flexfield

Enhance user experience and accuracy of data by using flexfield segments that now have list of values dependent on the standard attribute. The Person ID (PERSONID) attribute is now available as a flexfield parameter for the document record descriptive flexfield (PER_DOCUMENTS_OF_RECORD_DFF).

Document Records Flexfield Parameter

Steps to Enable

This feature is available to setup in the Descriptive Flexfield.

Key Resources

For more information, see the following white paper: Worked Example: Using Flexfield Parameters in Value Sets for Document Records (2475466.1) on My Oracle Support at https://support.oracle.com

Expanded Representatives Service

Take advantage of the representatives external service for Employment (EmploymentRespExtService) that is now expanded to return up to 4 user representative lists.

For example, you can pass the following 4 recruiting representative types in the method and the representative names will be returned:

  • Requestor
  • Hiring Manager
  • Recruiter
  • Candidate

The getRepresentativeListWrapper2 and getRepresentativeListWrapper3 methods can be added to EmploymentRespExtService to obtain the representatives.

Example Output of the getRepresentativeListWrapper2 Method

Example Output of the getRepresentativeListWrapper3 Method

Steps to Enable

Review the REST service definition in the REST API guides to leverage (available from the Oracle Help Center > your apps service area of interest > REST API). If you are new to Oracle's REST services you may want to begin with the Quick Start section.

Tips And Considerations

To test the getRepresentativeListWrapper2 and getRepresentativeListWrapper3 methods, use the following URL: http://<HOST_NAME>:<PORT>/hcmService/EmploymentRespExtService

Add the Methods to the EmploymentRespExtService to Obtain the Representative Output

Key Resources

For more information about Web services in Oracle HCM Cloud, see the following guide:

  • SOAP Web Services for Oracle HCM Cloud

Launch Points Added for Predefined HCM Spreadsheet Data Loader (HSDL) for Workforce Structures

Added launch points for predefined HSDL Spreadsheets for the following workforce structure objects from their respective user interfaces. You can create and update workforce structure objects using these spreadsheets.

  • Jobs
  • Positions
  • Grades
  • Grade Rates
  • Grade Ladders
  • Departments
  • Locations
  • Job Families
  • Legislative Data Groups

HSDL Launch Point for Positions

You can launch the predefined HSDL spreadsheets using the Manage in Spreadsheet button, which is added on the search page of the above workforce structure objects.

Steps to Enable

In the Work Structures area you can now click on the Manage in Spreadsheet button and upload your spreadsheet data loader files to update Work Structure information. 

Role Information

The existing aggregate privilege Load Data using HCM Spreadsheet Data Loader (HRC_LOAD_DATA_USING_HSDL_PRIV) which used to secure the HSDL spreadsheets from the data exchange work area has now been added also to the Workforce Structures Management Duty role.

Deep Link for Create Document Records

You can now use a new deep link (EMP_CREATE_DOCUMENT_RECORDS) to easily and quickly access the UI to create a document record for yourself in the HCM Cloud application. Additionally, the following deep links are available for document records and document delivery preferences pages:

  • Manage Document Record (DOCUMENT_RECORDS) - For employee
  • Document Records (MGR_DOCUMENT_RECORDS) - For line manager
  • Document Records (HR_DOCUMENT_RECORDS) - For HR specialist
  • Document Delivery Preferences (EMP_DOC_DELIVERY_PREF) - For employee
  • Document Delivery Preferences (MGR_DOC_DELIVERY_PREF) - For line manager
  • Document Delivery Preferences (HR_DOC_DELIVERY_PREF) - For HR specialist

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

  • These deep links will start the responsive UIs for document records and document delivery preferences only if the profile options (HCM_RESPONSIVE_PAGES_ENABLED and PER_PERSONAL_INFORMATION_RESPONSIVE_ENABLED) for responsive UI are enabled.
  • If the profile options (HCM_RESPONSIVE_PAGES_ENABLED and PER_PERSONAL_INFORMATION_RESPONSIVE_ENABLED) for responsive UI are not enabled, the DOCUMENT_RECORDS deep link will start the classic document records UI.
  • Users can use the deep link to only create a document record for themselves and not for others.

Limit Size of Photo Uploads

You can't upload photos of size 20 MB or larger. Since large-sized photos are causing a performance issue, an error is added to prevent users from uploading photos of size 20 MB or larger. The recommended size for photos remains equal to or less than 2 MB.

Error Displayed When Uploading Large-Sized Photos

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Key Resources

For more information, go to Applications Help for the following topics:

  • Uploading My Photo: Procedure
  • Loading Person Photos: Points to Consider

Simplified Configuration for Document Types

You can now streamline the setup of document types on the Manage Document Types page. The page is simplified with the removal of the attachment preferences section, which is no longer relevant for the Document Records mobile responsive page.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Global HR Redesigned User Experience

Increase user satisfaction with the redesigned pages that now have the same look and feel on desktop and mobile devices. These redesigned pages are both responsive and easy to use on any device, with a modern look and conversational language. Clutter-free pages, with clean lines and just the essential fields, can be personalized to suit.

Manage Eligible Jobs Redesigned

The Manage Eligible Jobs flow now has the same look and feel on desktop and mobile devices. This redesigned flow is both responsive and easy to use, with a modern look and conversational language. The pages are clutter-free and display the most frequently used fields.

An eligible job is an additional job for which the worker is eligible in addition to the worker's current job. You can use additional jobs to report time on the time sheet.

Add Eligible Jobs

Steps to Enable

In order to enable the Manage Eligible Jobs new page, you must enable the following profile option and have enabled the HCM_RESPONSIVE_PAGES_ENABLED profile option. If you have not enabled the HCM_RESPONSIVE_PAGES_ENABLED profile option, please see following white paper: HCM Responsive User Experience Setup Information- Profile Options and Displayed Fields (Document 2399671.1)

Field Value
Profile Option Code PER_PERSONAL_INFORMATION_RESPONSIVE_ENABLED

To enable the profile option, navigate to the Setup and Maintenance work area:

  1. Search for and click the Manage Administrator Profile Values task.
  2. Search for and select the profile option.
  3. Click to add a new Profile Value.
  4. Select the Level as Site.
  5. Enter a Y in the Profile Value field.
  6. Click Save and Close.

Key Resources

For information about displayed and hidden fields, refer to the following document on My Oracle Support:

  •  HCM Responsive User Experience Setup Information- Profile Options and Displayed Fields (Document 2399671.1)

For more information on personalizing pages, refer to the following:

  • Chapter 3, Page Modification in the Oracle Applications Cloud: Configuring and Extending Applications guide.
  • The Developer Relations Page Composer Oracle YouTube channel.

Global Payroll Interface

Oracle Global Payroll Interface supports features to send personal payroll information to third-party payroll providers and then to import processed payroll data into Oracle Fusion Global HR. You can copy and modify predefined extract definitions to meet the requirements of your third-party payroll provider. Before extracting data, payroll coordinators can optionally run the Calculate Gross Earnings process to calculate periodic values to validate gross earnings calculations. If you import processed payroll data or payslips from your third-party payroll provider, the data is available for further reporting and analysis.

Deleted Data Report Enhancements

Use the Deleted Data Report to report business objects that have been deleted from the HCM Cloud during the extraction period. You can use this report as a supplement to the Global Payroll Interface output xml file to account for the complete set of data changes within the given extraction period.

Deleted Data Report

The Deleted Data Report is supported by the Deleted Data Report extract definition that includes multiple delivery modes, such as FTP, UCM, and so on.

  1. From the Navigator, select Data Exchange from My Client Group.
  2. In the Tasks pane, click Manage Extract Definitions.
  3. Search for and select the extract definition Deleted Data Report.
  4. On the Deleted Data Report page, click Deliver.
  5. In the  Extract Delivery Option section, click Add.
  6. Enter the following details:

    Field

    Value

    Delivery Option Name

    Any value

    Output Type

    XML

    Report

    /Human Capital Management/Payroll Interface/Deleted Data Report.xdo

    Template Name

    Template for XML Output

    Output Name

    Any value

    Delivery Option

    FTP

  1. For the FTP delivery mode, add the server details in the Additional Details section.
  2. In the Remote File Name field, enter a file name.
  3. Repeat the above steps for other delivery modes needed by changing the Delivery Option field appropriately.
  4. Click Save and Close.
  5. Submit and validate the extract definition.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Role Information

Payroll Interface Coordinator and Payroll Manager

Filter Payroll Elements to Be Included in the Global Payroll Interface

Use the Element Groups option to specify the payroll elements that you want to pass to third-party applications. This option is useful in scenarios where additional elements have been configured to meet implementation-specific requirements. Such elements are not intended to be processed in payroll and hence need not be part of the interface file.

Element Groups

Configure the element group as below to filter out the elements.

  1. Navigate to Manage Object Groups in Payroll Calculation work area.
  2. On the Manage Object Groups page, select Create from the Actions menu.
  3. In the Create Object Group dialog box, complete these fields:

    Field

    Value

    Name

    Global Payroll Interface Element Group

    Legislative Data Group

    Choose as appropriate

    Type

    Element Group

  1. Click Continue.
  2. On the Basic Data page, enter the effective start date and provide a description.
  3. Click Next.
  4. On the Create Object Group page, Elements section, select Add from the Actions menu.
  5. Add the list of elements that you want to include in the interface.
  6. Ensure that the Inclusion Status column has the value Include. Click Submit.

Only those elements included in this group will be extracted in all subsequent payroll interface runs.

Removing the Filter on Elements to be Reported

After implementing the filter in initial stages, if there is a subsequent requirement to remove the filter so that all elements are reported in the Global Payroll interface, end date the Global Payroll Interface Element Group element group. Extractions that you perform after the element group’s end date will report all elements. To end date the element group, set the Effective End Date of the element group as appropriate.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Setting Offset and Auto Incrementing Parameter Dates for Scheduled Interface Runs

Scheduling the Extraction

Schedule Global Payroll Interface processes like any HCM Cloud process. The application supports all scheduling options, such as dynamic (fast formula based) date parameter settings.

Submit a Process

For scheduling the extraction, do these following steps:

  1. From the Payroll Checklist work area, select the Submit a Process or Report task.
  2. Select the Legislative Data Group.
  3. Search for and select the Run Global Payroll Interface V2 flow.
  4. Click Next.
  5. On the Enter Parameters page, enter all the parameters that need to be used in scheduled runs except the Process Start Date and Process End Date.
  6. Click Next.
  7. Click Next
  8. On the Schedule page, specify the schedule frequency.
  9. Click Next.
  10. Click Submit.

Note the following:

  1. When scheduling Global Payroll Interface runs, ensure that you do not set the Process End Date parameter to a date that is earlier than the Process End Date parameter of any of the previous runs.
  2. When scheduling the extractions for the first time, ensure that the start date and end date parameters are left blank so that the settings mentioned below take effect.

Automatically Incrementing Process Date Parameters

The data reported in the Global Payroll Interface depends on the Process Start Date and Process End Date that the user chooses at the time of submitting the interface. This extraction window might vary based on the implementation requirements. When this extraction is scheduled to run on a daily basis, the process start and end dates start based on the system date.

Increment Process Date Parameters

See Steps to Enable below for the steps to automatically increment the Process Start Date and Process End Date parameters.

Steps to Enable

Do these steps to automatically increment the Process Start Date and Process End Date parameters:

  1. Navigate to the Setup and Maintenance work area.
  2. In the Task pane, click Search.
  3. Search for and select the Manage User-Defined Tables task.
  4. On the Manage User-Defined Tables page, search for and select the Profile Options For Payroll Interfaces. Specify the appropriate LDG.

NOTE: In implementations involving multiple LDGs, you must run the Global Payroll Interface process within the context of an LDG. So, configure the scheduling settings for individual LDGs according to your requirements.

  1. On the User-Defined Table page, ensure that the Effective As-Of Date is set according to your requirement.
  2. Click Edit to update the User-Defined Rows table.
  3. Click Next to open the User-Defined Table Values page.
  4. In the User-Defined Table Values section, click Create from the Actions menu.
  5. In the Add User-Defined Table Values dialog box, search for and select Global Payroll Interface flow parameter StartDate Offset.
  6. Click OK.
  7. In the User-Defined Table Values section, enter the number of days by which you want to offset the start date. Set this value to the number of days by which you want to move the start date from the date of execution, which is the system date. If you want to move the start date to the past, set the value with a “-“ (minus)  sign. If you want to move it forward, set it with a “+” sign or without any sign. For example, for setting the start date 14 days in the past, set this value as -14.
  8. Repeat the above step for the Exact Global Payroll Interface flow parameter EndDate Offset. Set this value to the number of days by which you want to move the end date from the date of execution, which is the system date. If you want to move the end date to the future, ensure you set value with a “+“  (plus)  sign or without any sign. If you want to move it backward, set it with a “-” minus sign. For example, for setting the end date 7 days in the future, set this value as 7 or +7.

NOTE: The application applies these offsets on the extract execution date, which is actually the system date. If you don’t specify the offsets, then the application will use the system date.

  1. Click Submit.

Human Capital Management for Belgium

Oracle HRMS (Belgium) supports country specific features and functions for Belgium. It enables users to follow Belgium’s business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Hidden Statutory Dependent Flexfield

Use the field labeled Statutory Dependent in the Contact region, shown out-of-the-box for Belgium.

Prior to Release 13 Update 18A, the Statutory Dependent was stored in a segment on the Person Contact Relationship Information flexfield. This segment was changed in Release 13 Update 18A to a read-only field and was labeled Obsolete Statutory Dependent, to allow data migration in the transition period. Now, after a few release cycles, the read-only Obsolete Statutory Dependent has been hidden.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Human Capital Management for Czech Republic

Oracle HRMS (Czech Republic) supports country specific features and functions for the Czech Republic. It enables users to follow the Czech Republic’s business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Seeded Value for the Address Type

Comply with local cultural, business, and regulatory requirements by capturing the needed person information:

  • The predefined value Temporary Address is seeded for the Address Type.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Human Capital Management for Italy

Oracle HRMS (Italy) supports country specific features and functions for Italy. It enables users to follow Italy’s business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Additional Information at Organization and Person-Level

You can enter additional information for employees such as collective agreement information, disciplinary actions, trade union relationship, and roles in the organization.

Although most of the common values are delivered as lookup types, you can modify the contents as required by the customer during implementation. To define relevant lookup values, the following lookup types are delivered:

  • Collective Agreement Type
  • Disciplinary Action
  • Disciplinary Event
  • Role in the Organization
  • Trade Union Relationship
  • Qualification
  • Qualification Level

Collective Agreement Lookup Types

The two collective agreements types delivered for Italy:

  • Company Agreement: An agreement that is specific to a legal employer. You cannot select it as labor agreement for the employee.
  • Labor Agreement: An agreement that applies to all legal employers (and their employees), that belong to a specific industry (for example, Metal Mechanic).

Use the Manage Collective Agreements task to set up collective agreements:

In the Extra Information section, enter the various combinations of qualifications and qualification levels that apply to the specific labor agreement:

There are no worker unions delivered for Italy, you can create these using the Manage Worker Unions task.

You can store the required INPS and INAIL positions at the legal employer level, and associate the employee with those positions.

Italian Legal Employer Information

In the Manage Legal Entity HCM Information, search for and select the relevant legal entity for Italy. You can add INAIL and INPS information in the Italian Legal Employer Details page:

Person Information

You can define a collective agreement grade structure and record the collective agreement related information at employee-level.

Once you have set up the INPS and INAIL position codes at the organization-level, these are available for selection under Legislative Information at the person-level when you hire an employee:

In the Employment Information section, you can select the Labor Agreement under Contract Details:

NOTE: You can only select those collective agreements that are identified as labor agreement type. Additionally, you can only select qualification and qualification level that were previously set up under this collective agreement.

Additional Legislative Information

To add or update person information related to disciplinary action or role in the organization, select the Extra Information tab in the Manage Person page. Navigate to Italy Additional Personal Information and submit the details:

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Human Capital Management for Mexico

Oracle HRMS (Mexico) supports country specific features and functions for Mexico. It enables users to follow Mexico’s business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Unpaid Absences

You can create absence types and plans for unpaid absences based on the legal rules for maternity, sickness and other unpaid leave.

A new disability list of values has been added to the Manage Absence Records task to link an employee’s absence entry record to a disability with a registration ID and a disability code.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Human Capital Management for Slovakia

Oracle HRMS (Slovakia) supports country specific features and functions for Slovakia. It enables users to follow the Slovakia’s business practices and comply with its statutory requirements.

Seeded Value for the Address Type

Comply with local cultural, business, and regulatory requirements by capturing the needed person information:

  • The predefined value Temporary Address is seeded for the Address Type.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

HCM Country and Vertical Extensions

Oracle HRMS (Country and Vertical Extensions) supports multiple country specific features and functions for a variety of countries.

Worker Data Validation Report

Run the Worker Data Validation Report to get a list of employees with missing or invalid HR data for a given localization.

The delivered output is in PDF or Excel spreadsheet format and lists workers whose details fail the validation checks on:

  • Existence of a record for various attributes at person and employment data levels
  • Cross validation between the national identifier and other attributes (date of birth, century of birth, gender, citizenship)
  • Format and check digit validation of national identifiers
  • Format validation of the passport number
  • Uniqueness of records for certain Contact Types
  • Coexistence of national identifiers during the same period of time

See the following table for the validations enabled for each localization.

Worker Data Validation Report per HR Localization

  Data Existence Validation        Other Validation       
Localization Name Attributes Gender, Marital Status National Identifiers Address Attributes Religion Passport Visa/Work Permit Contract Type Worker Category Region of Birth  

Argentina

   

One of the CUIL Unique worker identifier or CUIT Unique tax identifier

             

DNI National identity document number (NN.NNN.NNN) should be equal to 3rd-10th positions of CUIL Unique worker identifier or CUIT Unique tax identifier number (NN-NNNNNNNN-C)

Austria

     

Street Name, Street Number, Postal Code

             

Bahrain

   

Social Insurance Number (for GCC citizens)

   

For non-Bahraini citizens

Iqama (for non-GCC citizens)

       

Belgium

               

X

 

Cross validation RRN or BIS Number (YYMMDDNNNCC)- Date of Birth & Gender

Bulgaria

                   

Cross validation EGN (YYMMDDNNNC) - Date of Birth & Gender

Cyprus

         

For non-Cypriots or Cypriots without National Identifier

  X      

Czech Republic

                   

Cross validation Personal identification number (YYMMDDNNN or YYMMDDNNNC)-  Date of Birth & Gender

Denmark

     

Street Name and Number, Postal Code

           

Cross validation CPR Number (DDMMYY-TNNC) - Gender

Egypt

   

Civil Identity Number (for Egyptians)

 

For Egyptians

For non-Egyptians

Foreigner residence permit (for non-Egyptians)

       

Estonia

                   

Cross validation Personal Code (GYYMMDDSSSC) - Gender & Century of Birth

Finland

                   

Format and check digit validation of the National Identifier

Greece

Father's First Name (for Greeks)

                 

Cross validation Social Security Number (YYMMDDNNNGC) - Gender

Iraq

   

Civil Identity Number (for Iraqis)

   

For non-Iraqis

         

Japan

                   

Single record rule for the following Contact Types: Eldest son, Second son, Third son, Eldest daughter, Second daughter or Third daughter

Jordan

   

Civil Identity Number (for Jordanians)

   

For non-Jordanians

         

Lebanon

   

Civil Identity Number (for Lebanese)

   

For non-Lebanese

         

Liechtenstein

     

Street Name, Postal Code

             

Lithuania

                   

Cross validation Personal Code (GYYMMDDNNNC) - Gender & Century of Birth

Morocco

   

Civil Identity Number (for Moroccans)

   

For non-Moroccans

         

Norway

   

One of the National Identifier, D Number

             

Coexistence rule: both the National Identifier and the D Number should not be valid during the same period of time

Oman

   

Social Insurance Number (for GCC citizens)

   

For non-Omanis

Iqama (for non-GCC citizens)

       

Poland

   

PESEL number (for Poles)

State, County, Province

           

- Cross validation PESEL number (YYMMDDNNNGC) -Date of Birth & Gender

 

- Unique PESEL number rule (per legal employer)

Republic of Korea

                   

Cross validation Resident registration number (YYMMDD-GNNNNNC) – Gender, Citizenship &  Century of Birth

Romania

   

CNP (for Romanians)

             

- Cross validation CNP (GYYMMDDRRNNNC) –Century of Birth, Gender & Citizenship

 

- Unique CNP rule (per legal employer)

Russia

Patronymic, Genitive Case of Last Name (for Russians)

   

At least one of the attributes Town or Village,  Settlement

         

For Russians

 

Slovakia

                 

For Slovaks

Cross validation Personal identification number (YYMMDDNNN or YYMMDDNNNC)-  Date of Birth & Gender

Slovenia

                   

Cross validation EMSO (DDMMYYYRRNNNC) - Gender

South Africa

                   

Format validation of the South African passport number

Sudan

   

Civil Identity Number (for Sudanese)

   

For non-Sudanese

         

Sweden

   

One of the Personal identification number, Coordination number

Post Number, Post District

           

Coexistence rule: both the Personal identification number and the Coordination number should not be valid during the same period of time

Syria

   

Civil Identity Number (for Syrians)

   

For non-Syrians

         

Taiwan

                   

Cross validation National Identifier (LGNNNNNNNC) - Gender

Turkey

Last Name Before Marriage  for Turkish married women

For Turks

TC Kimlik number (for Turks)

               

You can use the report results to make the HR data complete and valid by adding the missing information or correcting the faulted records for the listed people belonging to a certain legal employer.

Worker Data Validation Report Example

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Tips And Considerations

You must specify the legal employer and the effective date to run the report, which should not be prior to the hiring day for the targeted workers in the report.

There are no steps necessary to enable this feature. Run this report from the Data Exchange work area, Payroll: Submit a Process or Report task.

Key Resources

For more information on this report, go to Applications Help, and search for the Worker Data Validation Report topic.

Watch Argentina Localizations Readiness Training

Watch Japan, Republic of Korea, and Taiwan Localizations Readiness Training

Watch Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Norway, Russia, and Sweden Localizations Readiness Training

Watch Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Turkey Localizations Readiness Training

Watch Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Liechtenstein, and South Africa Localizations Readiness Training

Watch Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Sudan, and Syria Localizations Readiness Training

Worklife Solutions

Employee Wellness

Oracle Employee Wellness supports corporate initiatives to improve employee fitness and health through the use of opt-in wellness features. This application integrates with popular fitness tracking services to simplify and automate the acquisition of exercise data from a wide range of devices.

Wellness Tasks

Create wellness tasks, in addition to competitions and corporate goals, to improve employee fitness and health. You can also reward the employees who successfully complete a task.

You can access wellness tasks using the new Feature Settings infotile in the Wellness Administration work area.

Active Wellness Tasks Section of the Feature Settings Infotile

Add Wellness Task Page in the Wellness Administration Work Area

Employees can review their wellness tasks on the My Tasks tab in the Employee work area.

My Wellness Tasks Section in the Employee Work Area

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Points Award Type

Wellness administrators now have the ability to award points to employees who successfully complete wellness goals, competitions, and tasks. This award type is an addition to the existing free text award type.

Create a Corporate Goal Page with Award Points Enabled

You can also generate a points report to monitor the points earned by your employees. Generate the report on a monthly or an on-demand basis.

The Points Report Section of the Awards Infotile

Wellness users can review their total points in the My Wellness profile section.

My Wellness Profile Section in the Employee Work Area

Steps to Enable

To enable wellness points:

  1. In the Wellness administration work area, click the Feature Settings infotile.
  2. In the Wellness Points section header, click the Edit button.
  3. Select the Enable the use of points check box.
  4. Click Save.

Wellness Points Section of the Feature Settings Infotile

Wellness News

Wellness administrators can now post information, such as Annual Health Fair, to enable employees to learn more about your company’s corporate wellness program.

You can add and edit wellness news using the new Feature Settings infotile in the Wellness Administration work area.

Wellness News Section of the Feature Settings Infotile

Add Wellness News Page in the Wellness Administration Work Area

Employees can review their wellness news on the My News tab in the Employee work area.

My Wellness News Section in the Employee Work Area

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Workforce Reputation Management

Oracle Workforce Reputation Management harnesses social networks to help organizations discover, mobilize, and retain talent. This functionality provides insight into workers' social reputation and influence while also monitoring workers' social media usage compliance and mitigating social media risk.

Enhanced Skill Search

Skill search is further enhanced to support related term analysis. You can search for employees by either entering the skill name or location. Skill search results will now display employee results that are “related” to the search criteria.

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Oracle Corporate Social Responsibility represents a corporation's initiatives to take responsibility for its effects on the environment and social well-being. Corporate social responsibility is increasingly becoming a decisive factor in HR processes to recruit, retain, and motivate the most qualified employees.

Calendar Integration for Upcoming Projects

You can now manage your upcoming volunteering projects with the calendar integration feature. This feature allows you to add the event dates to your calendar. The calendar integration is compatible with email clients that are operable with .ics file types.

Calendar Integration

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

HR Optimization

HCM Transactional Business Intelligence

Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence is a real time, self service reporting solution offered to all Oracle® Cloud application users to create ad hoc reports and analyze them for daily decision-making.  Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence provides human resources managers and specialists, business executives, and line managers the critical workforce information to analyze workforce costs, staffing, compensation, performance management, talent management, succession planning, and employee benefits.

Don’t want to start from scratch building a report or analytics? Check out the library of sample reports for all products on Customer Connect on the Report Sharing Center.

Human Resources

Support for Extended Lookups

Enhance your reporting on the Person Real Time subject area with the enhancement that supports the extended lookup for the attributes "Person Work Permit". In addition corrected the "Visa Permit Category"  attribute to map to the correct lookup,

Steps to Enable

You don't need to do anything to enable this feature.

Workforce Modeling

New Subject Area - Workforce Management - Workforce Modeling Real Time

Enhance your reporting capabilities on Global Human Resources with the ability to report on workforce models. A new subject area Workforce Management - Workforce Modeling Real Time has been added. This subject area allows you to report on the workforce models, the proposed changes like transfer, promotion, terminate, change manager, change location, and so on.

In addition to the usual common dimensions, this subject area introduces:

  • Model Plan: This dimension contains details of the workforce modeling plan. Attributes include: 
    • Model Name - Name of the workforce model
    • Effective Date - Date from which the model would be effective.
    • Status - The status of the model like draft, pending, rejected, returned, completed
    • Top Manager - The top manager in the hierarchy where the model is created.
  • Model Item Detail (Snapshot) - This dimension captures the snapshot of all the records (assignments, positions, requisitions and vacancies) as of the model effective date before any modeling changes are applied.
  • Model Item Detail (Modeled) - This dimension captures the modeling changes, for example, the working hours changed from 40 to 35 hours for a worker in the model or a manager change for a worker.
  • Model Item: This is the fact folder in the subject area. This contains all the metrics related to the worker based on both the modeled values and the current values. For example: The metric FTE under 'Live Values' folder contains the current value, and the same metric under 'Modeled Values' renders the modified value due to the model.

Steps to Enable

Leverage new subject area(s) by adding to existing reports or using in new reports. For details about creating and editing reports, see the Creating and Administering Analytics and Reports book (available from the Oracle Help Center > your apps service area of interest > Books > Administration).

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