UDT Query in Oracle Fusion HCM


UDT Query in Oracle Fusion HCM

In Oracle Fusion HCM, you can query User Defined Tables (UDTs) to retrieve custom data that you have stored using these tables. To perform a query on UDTs, you typically use SQL-based queries. Here’s a general outline of how you can query UDTs in Oracle Fusion HCM:

  1. Access Query Interface: Log in to your Oracle Fusion HCM instance and navigate to the appropriate work area where you can access the query interface. This could be the “Workforce Structures” work area or a similar relevant area.
  2. Navigate to UDT Queries: Locate the section or task related to UDT queries. This might be named “Manage User Defined Tables Queries” or something similar.
  3. Create a New Query: Within the UDT query interface, you’ll likely find options to create new queries. Follow the prompts to create a new query.
  4. Select UDT and Fields: In your query, select the specific User Defined Table (UDT) you want to query. Then, select the fields (attributes/columns) you want to retrieve data from.
  5. Apply Filters and Conditions: You can apply filters and conditions to narrow down the data you retrieve. For example, you might want to retrieve data only for specific date ranges, certain employee types, or other criteria.
  6. Run the Query: Once you’ve configured the query parameters, run the query. The system will execute the query against the selected UDT and return the results based on your criteria.
  7. Review and Export Results: Review the query results. You might be able to review the results within the query interface or export them to a spreadsheet or other format for further analysis.
  8. Save and Reuse Queries: Many systems allow you to save the queries you create for future use. This can be especially helpful if you need to perform similar queries regularly.

It’s important to note that the specifics of querying UDTs might vary depending on the version of Oracle Fusion HCM you’re using and how your organization has configured the system. Additionally, UDTs might be managed through the “Workforce Structures” work area or a similar relevant area in Oracle Fusion HCM.

If you’re unsure about the exact steps for querying UDTs in your specific Oracle Fusion HCM instance, I recommend referring to the official Oracle Fusion HCM documentation or reaching out to your organization’s Oracle support team for assistance.

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