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How To Load Custom LOV Data To The FEM_CUSTOMER_DETAIL_T (Doc ID 420092.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 04, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Enterprise Performance Foundation - Version:
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For reporting purposes, need to add a number of additional columns to the customer table.

As an example  have added an additional column to the customer staging table (fem_customer_detail_t) table called “CUSTOMER_SUB_TYPE”. Have written some ETL programs which will populate the customer staging table which will populate the codes shown in the table below in this custom column.

1. How to load the “Customer Sub Type” data into one of the 200 user-configurable dimensions (fem_user_lov_nnn)? Have seen reference to these user-configurable in the user guide but there is no detailed information on how to load.

2. How to link the new column with user-configurable dimension it is assigned to?

Code Customer Sub Type
1 Personal
2 Staff
3 Bill Acceptance (Subsidiaries)
4 National Business Analysis Group (Subs)
5 Retired Staff
6 Insurance (Subsidiary)
7 Partnership Pacific (Subsidiary)
8 Incorporated Business Organisation (Non-profit)
9 Unincorporated Business Organisation (Non-profit)
A Building Society
B Credit Co-operative
C Short Term Money Market Dealers
D Money Market Corporation
E Pastoral Finance
F Finance Companies
G General Finance
H Retailers
I  Intra Group Finance
J Other Registered Financial Corporations
K Other Non-registered Financial Corporations
L Cash Management Trusts
M Proprietors Of Strata Plan
N Foreign Banks
O Office Accounts
P Incorporated Business Organisation
Q Unincorporated Business Organisation
R Reserve Bank
S Australian Banks Other
T Australian Trading Bank
U Local Government Trading Enterprises
V Local Government
W State Government Trading Enterprises
X State Government
Y Commonwealth Government Trading Enterprises
Z Commonwealth Government


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