Sunday, December 18, 2011

Reference Data Set

This is a new concept that has come in Fusion. Reference Data sets are logical groups which provides the enterprise to decide which business unit access the reference data groups, such as grades, locations, AR & AP payment terms, departments, and jobs. Oracle provides a default Reference Data set which can be used across all Business units. However, we can define our own Reference data sets, to partition the data from effectively.
E.g. in R12 we had to live with the entire list AR payment irrespective to the fact whether one OU was using it or not. however, in Fusion we can restrict payment terms across BU's, so only the relevant ones will be accessible to the BU.


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