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Oracle R12.x Intro to Fast Formula

Course code: O1009

2 days

Fast Formula plays an essential role in the writing of elements, creating of accruals to management of assignment sets.

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Who Should Attend?

Everybody

Prerequisites

None

Course Contents

Fast Formula plays an essential role in the writing of elements, creating of accruals to management of assignment sets. This course will supply the users with sturdy foundation of knowledge enabling to move ahead with the day to day task of Formula Writing.

Training Course Contents

Intro to Oracle Fast Formula

  • How Formulas Are Used in Oracle HRMS
  • Formula Types, Contexts, Inputs and Outputs
  • Pre-defined and User defined Formulas
  • Creating Formulas
  • Advantages of Using the FastFormula Assistant

Basic Syntax and Structure

  • FastFormula Basic Syntax
  • Oracle FastFormula Structure

Advanced Syntax and Examples

  • Advanced Oracle FastFormula Syntax
  • Examples of Oracle FastFormula

Intro to Using Fast Formula

  • Tips, Troubleshooting and Efficient Design
  • Using FastFormula in People Management
  • Templates
  • Writing Formulas for Person Number
  • Generation

Using FastFormula in Admin

  • Using Oracle FastFormula to define rules for
  • Benefits Administration
  • Writing FastFormula for Benefits
  • Administration: Input, Output and Eligibility rules
  • Writing FastFormula for Benefits
  • Administration: Further Input,
  • Output and Eligibility Benefit Rules

Using FastFormula in Payroll

  • Using Formulas for Total Compensation
  • Testing Payroll Formulas
  • Designing and Building Business Rule Solutions

Using FastFormula with Absence

  • Using formaulas with absence management

Mgmt and PTO Accrual Plans

  • How Absence Management and Accrual Plans use Formulas
  • Review of PTO formula Types
  • Inputs and Outputs of Accrual Formulas
  • Adapting Accrual Formulas

Using Formulas for Rules

  • Defining Parameters for Oracle HRMS
  • Business Intelligence Reports with Formulas
  • Calling Formulas from PL/SQL
  • Creating a PL/SQL function for use in a Formula
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