Custom EPM Tooltips using Groovy

Groovy is a standard scripting language which is available in EPM applications to allow dynamic customisation in multiple contexts around the system. The availability of groovy is dependent on the EPM licensing; groovy scripting is available for EPM Enterprise applications only. As with all coding languages, use of the documentation is key and Oracle have provided a brilliant scripting reference which can be found here: In this blog we will focus on using groovy scripting to generate user tooltips , depending on the cell being referenced. Tooltips are the messages that show up for users when the cursor hovers over a particular cell. Depending on the form contents, these can be used to offer more specific guidance and to provide further context for data entry. In the below example, we will be using groovy to set tooltips which provide additional information on the different forecasting d

Introducing IPM Insights

Empowering Planners with intelligent pattern recognition, improved Forecast accuracy and informed decision making. Intelligent Performance Management (IPM) has been released as part of the November 2021 (21.11) EPM update and has potential to bring a powerful advantage to Planners when analysing past and predicted data. IPM integrates directly into your EPM applications to provide automated predictions, data analysis and insight into anomalies or patterns which may otherwise go unnoticed, increasing accuracy and saving time on future forecasting. Configuring IPM Insights Once the 21.11 update has been applied to your pod (Friday 5 th Nov for Test pods & Friday 19 th Nov on Production pods) the IPM icon will automatically be included on your navigation flow, as below:   The IPM cluster consists of: Insights – the dashboard which will display configured insights for planners Configure – for administrators to setup new insight functionality ML Models – allows admins to setu