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Fusion BI Publisher - Report Delay Displaying the Latest Data (Doc ID 2239026.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 04, 2019

Applies to:

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


Users have a custom BI Publisher report that generates the next available position code. After creating a new position , running the data model and generating the latest Next Available Position Code, the report generates the latest available position code.

Users created the Position 00052006 at 11:23am and verified it was in the system at 11:24am. The report did not return the next available number (00052007) until 11:37am, or a lag time of thirteen minutes. This test consisted of  refreshing the report multiples times each minute. The test was repeated after creating position 00052007 and there was a lag time of eight minutes on the second trial. Finally, there was a lag time of sixteen minutes for the third trial with position 00052008.

This lag time is too large for how the report will be used .  The business process requires that the next available position number display immediately. 


The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Creating a new Position.
2. Run the data model and it generates the latest Next Available Position Code immediately.
3. Notice it takes three-five minutes for the report to reflect the current data values. Sometimes it takes more time. The datamodel shows the correct value but the report does not .

When administrators schedule the report via bi scheduler they get the correct response from the report and there is no response time issue. Eventually , the report will be embedded in another UI to add the URL and will not be run via BI Publisher.  Two or more HR generalist can run this report at the same time. An HR generalist does not have access to clear cache. 





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