The BI Publisher data engine enables you to rapidly generate any kind of XML data structure against any database in a scalable, efficient manner. The data template is the method by which you communicate your request for data to the data engine. It is an XML document whose elements collectively define how the data engine will process the template to generate the XML.
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In Oracle HRMS, accrual plans are based on elements, formulas, and a net accrual calculation.
All of these are available for you to configure so you have complete control over the rules
underlying your plans. Oracle HRMS does not store net accrual totals. It calculates gross
accruals dynamically by calling the Accrual formula. The net accrual calculation specifies the
element entries that should add to or subtract from this figure to create the net entitlement.
If you use Oracle Payroll, you can set up your accrual plan so that gross accruals are stored in a
payroll balance. Each payroll run retrieves the latest balance and calls the accrual formula to
calculate new accruals since the end of the last payroll period. This approach – using a payroll
balance – is optional but provides performance enhancements if you need to calculate accruals in a batch process
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These are the basic steps you use every time you write an Oracle Reports report that accesses flexfields data. This section assumes you already have a thorough knowledge of Oracle Reports. Though these examples contain only the Accounting Flexfield, you can use these methods for any key flexfield.
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