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1Z0-508 Oracle Oracle Fusion Financials 11g General Ledger Essentials
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Explanation: Permissions and privileges can be assigned to users directly or through membership in application roles or Catalog groups. From another perspective, permissions and privileges can be assigned explicitly or effectively. Effective permissions and privileges are assigned indirectly through inheritance from application roles or Catalog groups, which is the recommended approach for assignments. Reference: Oracle Fusion Middleware System Administrator's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition, Managing Security for Dashboards and Analyses QUESTION: 120 Which is an example of embedded intelligence in the Fusion General Accounting Dashboard? A. moving the cursor over projected balances displays the impact a journal will have on accounts B. running a trial balance report to reconcile books C. getting more detail on a balance by clicking the Show More button D. setting notification thresholds in the Account Monitor view Answer: A Explanation: Embedded intelligence provides immediate actionable insight. This feature gives you access to information or data to help you complete your transactions. In some instances, embedded intelligence can offer suggestions or recommendations. In other instances, it can offer predictive intelligence. Embedded intelligence appears on the same page as your transaction, enabling you to always remain in the context of your task, and eliminates the need to query or run reports. Note: You’re ready to take action to resolve the balance issue by modifying the suspect journal line. This edit can be accomplished inline. So how do you know what impact your edit will have on the account balance? This is where embedded intelligence comes in to play. Incorrect answers: C: Oracle Fusion Detail on Demand.
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