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1 REMINDER Check in on the COLLABORATE mobile app Configuring FDMEE Drill Through to SAP Prepared by: Eric Wagner Data Integration Practice Leader CheckPoint Consulting Session ID #: 14043

2 Presentation Agenda ■Introduction and Presentation Overview ■FDMEE and SAP Demonstration ▪Loading data from SAP ▪Drill through functionality from FDMEE ■Components of an FDMEE Configuration with SAP ▪SAP Configuration ▪ODI Configuration (Legacy ERPi) ▪FDMEE Configuration ■Wrap up, Questions 2

3 Eric Wagner ■CheckPoint Consulting, Data Integration Practice Leader ▪DRM, ODI, FDMEE ▪CheckPoint Lab: Live SAP Demo System, configured with FDMEE ■Oracle Consulting, Solution Architect (2007 – 2008) ▪DIM, ODI, DRM ■Hyperion Consulting (2001 – 2007) ▪HAL ■SAP ABAP Programmer (FICO Module, 2000 – 2001) ■SUNY Buffalo ■USMC 3

4 Presentation Overview This is a subtitle or bulleted list

5 Classic FDM 5 ■Financial Data Quality Management (FDQM) ▪Upstream (4 fish) ▪Acquired by Hyperion (~2005) ▪Quickly became integration tool of choice ▪ERPi adapter added metadata and ERP Integration — EBS ▪Drill through to multiple ERP’s — EBS, SAP ECC & BW, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Open Adapter

6 FDMEE 6 ■FDM and ERPi Combined into ONE product ▪ERPi Platform: Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) ▪Provides the point-to-point integration between ERP & Hyperion — Tighter Integration — Scalable — One product ■No longer use FDM client workbench ▪All web enabled, navigate via workspace ■All the key features of FDM classic still intact ▪User friendly ▪Out of box audit trail and logging ▪Mapping

7 FDMEE and SAP Demo This is a subtitle or bulleted list

8 Data Load & Drill Through to SAP 8

9 Drill Through to SAP New GL 9

10 Drill Through to SAP Cost Center 10

11 Drill Through to SAP Customer Balances 11

12 Drill Through to SAP Vendor Balances 12

13 Configuring FDMEE with SAP (SAP, ODI, FDMEE) This is a subtitle or bulleted list

14 SAP Configuration This is a subtitle or bulleted list

15 SAP System Requirements & Downloads 15 ■SAP System Version: ECC 6.0 EHP3 & R/3 4.7 ■All recommended release versions in Bristlecone installation document ▪http://bristleconelabs.com/edel/edel_startup.htmlhttp://bristleconelabs.com/edel/edel_startup.html — Requires user name/password ▪Downloads include: — SAP Open Tool — FDMEE Adapters (for ODI)

16 Bristlecone Labs Website 16 FDMEE Adapters & Open Tool for SAP

17 SAP User Configuration 17 ■SAP Basis team will need to create ODI/FDM general user ■User will require specific authorizations for: ▪First Reverse Knowledge Module (RKM) execution ▪On-going RKM executions ▪Execute LKM with Upload ABAP option Enabled ▪Execute LKM with Upload ABAP option Disabled ■Complete list of user setup for each authorization provided in Bristlecone documentation

18 SAP Drill Back 18 ■Depending on version, SAP Basis team may need to configure Internet Transaction Server (ITS) if not already configured ▪ECC 6.0 requires WEBGUI is activated ▪4.7 requires ITS configuration

19 ODI Configuration This is a subtitle or bulleted list

20 ODI Configuration Summary 20 ■ODI installation is part of FDMEE ▪Separate ODI repository exclusively for FDMEE ▪FDMEE_SAP_Adapter.zip contains models, interfaces, packages, etc. ▪Current ODI version (EPM ) ■SAP Java Connector (JCo) ■SAP Server & Connection Info ■FTP or Shared Drive configuration ■SAP Open Tool

21 ODI Installation 21 Multiple ODI repositories can exist – FDMEE comes with models, interfaces, packages & scenarios pre- built

22 ODI Model Import Unzip XML files from Bristlecone to a directory accessible by ODI & import new Model 2. Synonym Mode: Insert 3. New Model folder added with all SAP table info

23 ODI Project Import Unzip XML files from Bristlecone to a directory accessible by ODI & import new Project 2. Synonym Mode: Insert 3. New Project added with all interfaces, packages, scenarios, etc.

24 ODI Environment – Completely Configured 24 ODI Package ODI Folder for each type of interface includes interfaces, variables & packages SAP LKM’s provided in Work Repository Install

25 Installing & Configuring SAP JCo 25 ■Download latest JCo version from SAP ▪http://service.sap.com/connectorshttp://service.sap.com/connectors ▪Unzip files and copy required files to /odi_misc directory

26 Configuring SAP Server Info 26 ■Configure SAP Server, User, Password & Flexfields

27 Configuring Shared Drive 27 ■Options: FTP or Shared ▪Configuration is setup for Shared ▪In my experience, Shared configuration is optimal SAP Writes ODI Reads

28 Add ODI Open Tool 28 ■Download SAP Open Tool from Bristlecone website ▪Unzip jar file and copy to required directory ‘\oracledi.sdk\lib’ ▪Add open tool via ODI GUI Open Tool version is VERY important

29 FDMEE Configuration This is a subtitle or bulleted list

30 FDMEE Configuration Summary 30 ■Navigating to FDMEE ■SAP Source System setup ▪Register Source System ▪Import Source Adapter ■Define Location & Regenerate ODI Scenario ■Rest of configuration is classic FDM ▪Define Location ▪Define Period Mapping ■Load Data

31 Finding FDMEE in Workspace 31 Data Management from Workspace

32 FDMEE Workflow & Setup Tabs 32

33 Setup – Source System (SAP) 33 Select SAP from source list Work with SAP Basis team for proper setting

34 Import SAP Source Adapter 34 XML files from Bristlecone download

35 Import Format - FDMEE Configuration 35 Define Import Formats -Source System -Source Adapter -Drill URL Define Import Formats -Source System -Source Adapter -Drill URL After saving, regenerate the ODI Scenario

36 Import Format - ODI Scenario 36 ODI Scenario’s are generated for each import format in FDMEE FDMEE ODI

37 Define Location 37

38 Define Period Mapping 38

39 Load Data Options 39 ■Data Load Rule ■Workbench (Classic load style) ■Batch Execution Script

40 Wrap up, Questions 40 ■FDMEE configuration provides out of the box (OOTB) extract and drill through functionality ■Implementation considerations ▪Is drill through a requirement? ▪What are my consolidation & reporting requirements — OOTB functionality is not configurable ▪What if my existing landscape leverages native ODI to extract SAP data? ■Questions????

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