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Parsing Excel in OPA.Additional Configurations and Integrations. The application offers several ways to configure and enhance its services, components, and modules. You can import and export data and integrate the service with other products and modules. Access a rich set of subject areas around which to build your own reports. Configure reporting dashboards by adding new reports or changing the layout.
Create copy maps to map fields or add information between copied business objects. Integrate with other applications to enhance the functionality, including synchronizing Financials Accounts to Engagement Cloud. For more information about reports and analytics, see the. For more information on these integrations, see the article on sales integrations Use Application Composer to modify the applications. For example, create a new object and related fields, then create new pages where that object and its fields are exposed to users.
Here are some other ways you can change business objects, the UI, and the Navigator. Use Page Composer to edit the UI at run time. For example, show and hide regions, fields, and tables. Change the order of regions, or change a dashboard page layout. Determine which icons to display across the top of the page the area known as the springboardas well as the welcome message or announcement.
Change the default text in the UI, for example, by replacing a term with another term throughout the applications.
Copy maps are default mappings of fields between objects. For example, when you convert a lead to an opportunity, the application uses the copy map defined for the Lead and Opportunity objects to determine what to name the leads fields that are carried over to the newly created opportunity. Using Oracle Application Composer, you can create copy maps for several sales business objects, thus allowing you to control the mapping.
Getting Started with Oracle Policy Automation [2019 Edition]
Use Groovy scripting to include information about the lead on a new opportunity converted from a lead. You can use web services available to integrate with your external applications. Example integrations include:. Create web-based portal applications that access sales applications through a web services interface. For more information, see the chapter in this guide on import and export, as well as the article on sales web services If the predefined security configuration doesn't meet your business needs, then you can make changes.
For example, the predefined Sales Representative job role includes sales forecasting duties. If some business groups in your organization have the sales managers perform forecasting tasks instead of the sales representatives, then you can create a company-defined Sales Representative role without those duties.
Alternatively, if a predefined job role is too narrowly defined, then you can create a job role with a greater range of duties than its predefined equivalent. After users create accounts and contacts in Oracle Financials Cloud, use the scheduled process, Synchronize Financials Cloud Accounts and Contacts, to synchronize the data into Oracle Engagement Cloud.
See the related link in this topic for more information. Define Home Page Appearance. View Output from Scheduled Processes. Synchronize Financials Accounts to Engagement Cloud.Oracle Policy Automation is the name given to a family of applications concerned with the design, development and deployment of business rules.
The solution aims to decrease the time it takes to write rules, as well as the effort it takes to update and deploy them. At the time of writing, in DecemberOracle Policy Automation is available in the following versions. This is the latest major version of OPA. It offers essentially the same modelling interface for both public cloud and private cloud customers. OPA version 12 also provides the Policy Automation Hub application for visual management of the repository, external data source connections, deployments and Project collaboration.
This version is the subject of this book. The product is available in Public and Private Cloud. You will discover both in this book. The Private Cloud version is currently v Version The majority of the examples of how to write rules will also work with this version. Ultimately, whatever OPA version you are working with, the modelling interface is the primary point of contact for most consultants. In both guises it is Windows-based and provides the visual framework for the conception and delivery of rules, visual interviews and logic that can be shared across applications.
This book concentrates on version 12 for public and private cloud, as for most consultants, this is the easiest platform to install in order to create policy models. Consultants looking to work in a private cloud installation that includes the Oracle Policy Automation Hub can find installation instructions on the Oracle website.
The following screenshot shows the version 10 user interface upon running the program from the Start Menu in Windows. Notice the Project Explorer window on the left. The next screenshot shows the version 12 application window. Notice the changed visual style more reminiscent of modern Microsoft Office applications, and the welcome pane of the Project tab displaying the version information, as well as some useful links.
Although this book focuses on version 12, a fairly large percentage of the content relating to rule writing and Modeling usage will work, mostly without changes, in the earlier version.
In many cases, the process is without incident. In this book, Chapter 16 looks at the process of migration through the use of a command line tool called OPMMigrator. Finally, although this book is focused on using Oracle Policy Modeling in English, there will be, where appropriate, both examples and commentary regarding potential differences that may occur when writing rules in other languages.
Chapter 15 looks at languages and regions from a modeling perspective. The family now includes a web application that is called the Oracle Policy Automation Hub. As the name implies, it is a central location for the management of rule Projects, their versions, and the roles of different users of the application suite.
It is also used to manage the availability of these rule Projects to end users or applications:. The Oracle Policy Automation Hub contains practical features such as logging statistics of rule usage and tracking versions of a rule Project, as well as more technical functions such as managing connectivity and data models obtained through integrations with other applications.
This book looks at the management of users, deployments, the repository and all the associated management tasks. Depending on the version of the Oracle Policy Automation Hub you encounter, and the licensing conditions of the purchase, you may find that you see:. For example, buying the Oracle Policy Automation Cloud Service without the Collaboration features will cause the Repository Icon to be non-functioning, and all functionality related to it in the Oracle Policy Modeler will be deactivated.
Attempting to use this functionality will display a message to that effect:. Users access a URL that displays the series of screens that make up your rule Project, and displays other features such as the final summary screen and links to any documents that may be made available by the rule designer. In version 12, modifying the look and feel is achieved through a set of clearly defined styles, and more advanced rule designers have many design options and sophisticated layout tools.
What is Oracle Policy Automation?
It is important to carefully design your policy with these goals in mind. A simple administration policy is provided for you as an example. This security policy defines some default security roles and rules that protect the Administration Server and Administration Console resources. You manage your policies based on your specific security needs and business processes.
Although your security configurations, resources, users and groups, roles, and rules vary, you can use the following conceptual examples to understand the basic building blocks and how they work together.
Managing policy starts with understanding how your business rules are associated with your resources, and how your users interact with those resources. Sometimes business application users informally define the business rules.
Sometimes, formalized business rules are created by a business analyst or others who has a more complete understanding of the requirements for an application. Business rules may be recorded in a spreadsheet, table, or other detailed description and may appear as a series of declarative statements, for example:. Only employees in the sales team may view sales documents.
Only employees in the sales team who are regional managers can alter discounts. When you define your business rules or evaluate your security risks, you identify resources that you need to protect, the privileges to allow, and the rules and conditions that apply for each user or group of users.
A resource is simply an object used to represent an underlying application or application component, that can be protected from unauthorized access using roles and policies. The number or resources that require protection is always increasing and forever changing. Resources are hierarchical in nature; thus, when you assign a policy to a resource, all child resources inherit that policy. Policies assigned to child resources or attributes override policies assigned to a parent resource.
Developing a policy typically begins by determining which resources you need to protect. You then create roles and rules to define which privileges apply to each resource, and under what specific conditions. Next, policy rules are created that control which users and groups belong in these roles, and under what conditions. Once these policies are deployed, the Security Service Modules apply these policies to the resources they are managing.
Once you determine the environments you want to protect, you configure the security services to be used in that environment.This topic describes how to install the Policy Studio on the following platforms:.
See the System Requirements to ensure that the target machine is of a suitable specification. This topic describes how to install the Policy Studio. For details on installing other components, see. Installing the API Gateway.
When you run the installation executable in default GUI mode, you are presented with an introductory welcome screen. Click Next to continue with the installation. Enter or click Browse to specify the directory where you wish to install API Gateway components, for example:.
Select the Policy Studio component from the list, and click Next to continue. The installer is ready to start installing the selected components and settings on your system. A progress screen is displayed showing the progress of the installation.
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After the installer has finished, you can select whether launch Policy Studio. This setting is selected by default.
Click Finish to complete the installation. If you did not select to launch the Policy Studio after installation, perform the following steps:.
When the Policy Studio starts up, click a link to a server session to display the Open Connection dialog. You can use this dialog to specify Connection Details for example, host, port, user name, and passwordor to specify Saved Sessions. You can run the API Gateway installer in unattended mode on the command line. The following command shows an example of installing the Policy Studio component only:.
For a description of all available command options and default settings, enter the --help option. This outputs the help text in a separate console. Installing the Policy Studio. Windows Linux Solaris. Note This topic describes how to install the Policy Studio.
The program relates to Development Tools. The most popular versions of the tool are This download was checked by our built-in antivirus and was rated as malware free. This free tool was originally created by Oracle. Oracle Policy Modeling is a free program that enables you to transform source policy documents into executable rule models, using Word and Excel. It is an integrated development environment for developing rules and rule-based applications.
It is also used to compile rulebases and screens for use by the Oracle Determinations Engine and Web Determinations. Windows Mac. Download now. License: Freeware. From the developer: Oracle Policy Modeling is a free program that enables you to transform source policy documents into executable rule models, using Word and Excel.
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