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Fusion OTBI Enterprise - Post configuration stage, the Cloud Extract Administration option, Is Not Showing In BIACM (BI Apps Configuration Manager) (Doc ID 2032202.1)

Last updated on JULY 15, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Application Toolkit Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Fusion Cloud GSI R9 - unable to set up Cloud Extract for extracting to [OnPrem OBIA warehouse]
R9 PB5
OBIA version -
Per earlier SR the Cloud Adapter is set up on this POD previously . some time ago.

Attempting setup of Cloud to Onpremise OBIA DW ( ETL Extraction )
FA Modules
- For Fusion HCM: Core HR, Payroll, Talent Management, Absence
- For Sales Cloud: Sales, Marketing, Customer Management, Product Management

Following attached pdf sourced from [ ? ]
Step is "To enable VO's or extraction select the parent offering or Functional area or FG/DG or individual VO"

2. This is R9.  stage/test environments
Patch Bundle 5 is the recently applied patch.

3. Please give very precise navigation steps to where the unexpected screen is.
      i. the url of the Fusion login page(Fusion Applications WebCenter):

     ii. the precise job roles your user has
     Role: ‘Upload and download data from on-premise system to cloud system’ (OBIA_EXTRACTTRANSFORMLOAD_RWD) role

     iii. the user you use to connect
     User: OBIA_ADMIN

     iv. Precise navigation to BIACM
     a. Login to http://cloudhostname/biacm/
     b. Under 'Task'(left side menu), "Cloud Extractor Administration" function is not found(see attached screenshot).

     v. The URL of the BIACM Functional Setup screen.

Unexpected behavior
Instead of seeing a screen called the Cloud Extract Configuration and Execution, they see a screen called Functional Setup Data config and Load Plan (no url on the screenshot)

What works
oracle.biacm Enterprise Application is checked(yes)


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