UDT in Oracle Fusion HCM


UDT in Oracle Fusion HCM

In Oracle Fusion HCM, User Defined Tables (UDTs) allow you to create custom data structures to store additional information beyond the standard fields provided by the application. UDTs provide a way to extend the functionality of Oracle Fusion HCM to meet your organization’s specific requirements. Here’s a step-by-step guide on working with UDTs in Oracle Fusion HCM:

  1. Accessing UDTs: Log in to your Oracle Fusion HCM instance and navigate to the appropriate work area where you can manage UDTs. This is typically the “Setup and Maintenance” work area.
  2. Creating a User Defined Table:
    • From the “Setup and Maintenance” work area, search for the “Manage User Defined Tables” task.
    • Click on the task to access the UDT setup.
    • Click the “Create” button to start creating a new UDT.
  1. Defining UDT Attributes (Fields):
    • Specify the UDT’s name and description.
    • Define attributes (fields) for the UDT. For each attribute, specify the data type (text, number, date, etc.), length, and other properties.
  1. Setting Up Lists of Values (LOVs):
    • If needed, you can configure Lists of Values (LOVs) for specific UDT attributes. LOVs provide predefined sets of values for users to choose from.
  1. Associating UDT with Business Objects:
    • Associate the UDT with relevant business objects (e.g., “Person” for employee-related data).
    • Define how the UDT will be accessed and used in relation to these business objects.
  1. Security and Access Control:
    • Configure security roles and permissions to control who can access and modify data in the UDT.
  1. Entering and Managing Data:
    • After creating the UDT, you can navigate to the respective work area (e.g., “Person Management” for employee data) and access the UDT’s data entry interface.
    • Enter and manage data in the UDT by filling out the attributes you’ve defined.
  1. Running Queries and Reports:
    • You can run queries and generate reports using the data stored in UDTs.
    • Access the query or reporting interface in the appropriate work area to specify criteria and retrieve data from UDTs.
  1. Integrations and Data Migration:
    • UDTs can be utilized in data migration and integration processes to transfer data between systems while maintaining data integrity.
  1. Ongoing Maintenance and Updates:
    • You can modify the structure of UDTs or add new attributes as your organization’s needs evolve.

Remember, the steps and options available for working with UDTs might vary based on the version and configuration of your Oracle Fusion HCM instance. It’s recommended to consult the official Oracle Fusion HCM documentation or contact your organization’s Oracle support for specific guidance on working with UDTs in your environment.

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