By Mary Sanders on Jan 30, 2013
Going back to our grocery store comparison, the grocery store contains additional specialty items. These items complement the groceries. You don’t always need these items, but sometimes they come in handy. These items might include sections for gourmet or hard to find groceries, a book section with cookbooks or a section with small kitchen appliances and utensils. While you don’t need these items all the time, different items may be useful for different recipes or occasions.
OUM has supplemental guidance that complements the base method materials. This is additional supplemental inventory that might be useful for your project. Just as you narrowed down the base method materials based on your type of project, you can also narrow down the supplemental guidance based on your type of project.
If you have decided to use a particular view, applicable supplemental guidance can be found in the Key Components section at the top of the view. The first column contains view-specific supplemental guidance. For example, if your project is a Requirements-Driven Application Implementation, this view includes links to the Application Implementation Overview and Supplemental Guide.
Additional supplemental guidance is found in the second column of the Key Components. This can be anything from additional supplemental guides, such as Oracle Support Services, to additional resource links. The last link in this column is to the OUM Supplemental Guidance page that provides an Index to ALL supplemental guidance in OUM
The final column in the Key Components section of the view is to method resources. This includes the OUM Project Workplan, Key Work Products and the OUM mappings.
Review the resources found in the Key Components section of your selected view or go straight to the Supplemental Guidance page from the Method Navigation pull-down menu of any view in OUM and see what additional guidance is available in OUM and if it is useful for your current project.