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DRM

Hyperion DRM Online Training

What is Hyperion DRM Online Training ?

DRM is an Analytical Master Data Management tool. It allows creation of an enterprise view of analytical dimensions, reporting structures, performance measures and their related attributes. It helps an enterprise build departmental perspectives that bear referential integrity and consistency with master data constructs based on validations and business rules that enforce enterprise governance policies. This functionality allows synchronization of an enterprise’s master data with downstream systems and facilitates integration with an organization’s business intelligence (BI)/enterprise performance management (EPM) systems, data warehouses and data marts.

Who is Eligible:

Any Graduates/Post Graduates are eligible.
Anyone having knowledge in Data Warehousing technologies.
Any technical background consultants are eligible to learn Hyperion DRM Online Training.

  • 1

    Introduction to DRM

    20:56
  • 1

    Key User Experience Differences

    20:56
  • 1

    Data Relationship Management Version Life Cycle

    20:56
  • 2

    Version Type and Status

    20:56
  • 3

    Creating Versions

    20:56
  • 4

    Copying Versions

    20:56
  • 5

    Saving Versions

    20:56
  • 7

    Creating As-Of Versions

    20:56
  • 8

    Editing Version Properties

    20:56
  • 9

    Assigning Validations to Versions

    20:56
  • 10

    Unloading and Deleting Versions

    20:56
  • 1

    Creating Hierarchies

    20:56
  • 2

    Editing Hierarchy PropertiesDatabases

    20:56
  • 3

    Enabling and Disabling Node Types

    20:56
  • 4

    Opening Hierarchies

    20:56
  • 5

    Creating Hierarchy Groups

    20:56
  • 6

    Assigning Hierarchies to Hierarchy Groups

    20:56
  • 7

    Assigning Controlled Properties

    20:56
  • 8

    Assigning Controlled Node Access Groups

    20:56
  • 9

    Assigning Validations

    20:56
  • 10

    Deleting Hierarchies

    20:56
  • 2

    Adding and Inserting Nodes

    20:56
  • 4

    Modeling a Node

    20:56
  • 5

    Moving and Ordering Nodes

    20:56
  • 6

    Relaxed Move Option

    20:56
  • 8

    Node Deletion Methods

    20:56
  • 10

    Deleting Nodes

    20:56
  • 11

    Removing Nodes

    20:56
  • 12

    Annulling Nodes

    20:56
  • 13

    Inactivating Nodes

    20:56
  • 14

    Reactivating Nodes

    20:56
  • 15

    Assigning Validations

    20:56
  • 17

    Viewing Orphan Nodes

    20:56
  • 18

    Deleting Orphan Nodes

    20:56
  • 19

    Navigating in Tree View

    20:56
  • 22

    Using Shared Nodes

    20:56
  • 24

    Shared Node Properties

    20:56
  • 25

    Enabling Shared Nodes

    20:56
  • 26

    Adding and Inserting Shared Nodes

    20:56
  • 27

    Removing and Deleting Shared Nodes

    20:56
  • 28

    Renaming Shared Nodes

    20:56
  • 29

    Converting a Shared Node to a Primary Node

    20:56
  • 30

    Displaying Shared Nodes

    20:56
  • 1

    Property Categories

    20:56
  • 2

    System Properties

    20:56
  • 3

    Stats Properties

    20:56
  • 4

    Property Value Scope and Origin

    20:56
  • 5

    Property Status

    20:56
  • 6

    Editing Property Values

    20:56
  • 1

    Validating Versions

    20:56
  • 2

    Validating Hierarchies

    20:56
  • 3

    Validating Nodes

    20:56
  • 4

    Navigating Validation Results

    20:56
  • 5

    Navigating Version and Hierarchy Results in List View

    20:56
  • 6

    Navigating Node Results in List View

    20:56
  • 7

    Navigating Node Results in Tree View

    20:56
  • 8

    Downloading Node Results

    20:56
  • 9

    Clearing Validation Results

    20:56
  • 2

    Creating Queries

    20:56
  • 3

    Navigating Query Results

    20:56
  • 4

    Navigating in List View

    20:56
  • 5

    Navigating in Tree View

    20:56
  • 6

    Downloading Query Results

    20:56
  • 7

    Managing Queries

    20:56
  • 8

    Opening Queries

    20:56
  • 9

    Copying Queries

    20:56
  • 10

    Deleting Queries

    20:56
  • 4

    Structure Compare

    20:56
  • 5

    Property Compare

    20:56
  • 7

    Creating Compares

    20:56
  • 8

    Navigating Compare Results

    20:56
  • 9

    Navigating in List View

    20:56
  • 10

    Navigating in Tree View

    20:56
  • 11

    Downloading Compare Results

    20:56
  • 12

    Managing Compares

    20:56
  • 13

    Opening Compares

    20:56
  • 14

    Copying Compares

    20:56
  • 15

    Deleting Compares

    20:56
  • 1

    Loading Action Scripts From Flat Files

    20:56
  • 2

    Downloading Action Script Results

    20:56
  • 3

    Required Action Script Parameters

    20:56
  • 4

    Loading Action Scripts From a Transaction Log

    20:56
  • 5

    Loading Action Scripts From a Node Model

    20:56
  • 1

    Import Sections

    20:56
  • 2

    Creating Imports

    20:56
  • 3

    Running, Copying, and Deleting Imports

    20:56
  • 1

    Creating Exports

    20:56
  • 2

    Creating Hierarchy Exports

    20:56
  • 3

    Creating Hierarchy XML Exports

    20:56
  • 4

    Creating Generation Exports

    20:56
  • 5

    Creating Compare Exports

    20:56
  • 6

    Creating Difference Exports

    20:56
  • 7

    Creating Version Exports

    20:56
  • 8

    Creating Property List Exports

    20:56
  • 9

    Creating Property Lookup Exports

    20:56
  • 10

    Creating Transaction Log Exports

    20:56
  • 11

    Creating Merge Log Exports

    20:56
  • 12

    Creating Export Books

    20:56
  • 13

    Running, Copying, and Deleting Exports and Export Books

    20:56
  • 1

    Auditing Transaction History

    20:56
  • 2

    Data Actions in Transaction History

    20:56
  • 3

    Administrative Actions in Transaction History

    20:56
  • 4

    Auditing Requests

    20:56
  • 1

    Securing the Batch Client

    20:56
  • 2

    Setting up Batch Client Credentials

    20:56
  • 3

    Running the Batch Client

    20:56
  • 5

    Saving Versions in the Batch Client

    20:56
  • 6

    Command Line Syntax

    20:56
  • 7

    Configuration File Syntax

    20:56
  • 8

    Outputs and Result Codes

    20:56
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