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    EPM – Best Practices: Moving Oracle Hyperion Financial M...
    Topic posted March 19, 2019 by Al MarcianteGold Medal: 3,500+ Points, tagged Cash Flow, Consolidations 
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    EPM – Best Practices: Moving Oracle Hyperion Financial Management to the EPM Cloud, 28 March 2019, 8 a.m PT - Submit Questions
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    Submit your questions for the EPM – Best Practices: Moving Oracle Hyperion Financial Management to the EPM Cloud session to have them answered during the live event. Post your questions by posting a new comment to this topic.

    Please submit your questions by Wednesday, 27 March 2019.

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    • David Crawford

      Hyperinflation accounting

      We are moving from HFM to FCCS and need to implement hyperinflation accounting which we have in HFM.

      Is it possible to perform hyperinflation accounting in FCCS?

      If it is possible what is the best approach? Configurable calulcations or Groovy customisation?

      • Dipen Shah

        Hi David,

        You should be able to achieve hyperinflation accounting (for translation purpose) through combination of configurable translation functionality and correct overrides for historical translations majorly. If there are still any exception left, you could always use configurable calculations. However for configurable rules, please note that FCCS does not like entity specific (name or member list) condition through IF statements where you have multiple entity structures. So, best workaround will be to use UDA for applying hyperinflation accounting translation rules to specific entities. 

         

        Hope this helps!

         

        Thanks,

        Dipen

        • Aravind

          Dipen,

           

          We are also in the process of transitioning to FCCS - and wanted to know if historical over-ride feature is easy to establish.

           

          Best Regards,

          Aravind