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  • April 8, 2013

FDM & ERPI to be combined into FDMEE starting with

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Starting with release,

Oracle Financial Data Quality Management (FDM)
Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Management ERP Integration Adapter for Oracle Applications (ERPI)

are being combined into a single product named

Oracle Financial Data Quality Management, Enterprise Edition (FDMEE)

built on the Oracle Fusion Middleware platform.
Pricing and related adapters remain unchanged, and there is no fee for existing FDM customers to migrate to FDMEE.

Existing customers may:

  • upgrade to FDM version,
  • migrate to FDMEE,
  • or run both in parallel.

New customers may license FDMEE only.

Please note that starting with EPM, existing FDM customers will be required to migrate to FDMEE if they chose to upgrade other EPM products to release (Release is the last release of FDM as it is currently offered.)

Please note that enhancements will not be provided for the current FDM and ERPI products after the release.
Customers who wish to take advantage of enhanced features and functionality should plan to migrate to FDMEE.

Support for these products follows the published  Oracle Lifetime Support Policy Guidelines.

Any questions related to this announcement should be directed to your Oracle account manager.

This information was also announced in the Oracle Knowledgebase
under  KM Doc ID 1542470.1

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Comments ( 4 )
  • guest Wednesday, June 25, 2014

    I am using FDMEE, the Oracle docs stated that the target application adapter is already included within the installation, is this right? I am asking because I cant see the adapter in the workbench.

    Additionally, If it is not included what is the adapter that I should install, and from where I can get it.

    Thanks in advance,


  • guest Friday, June 27, 2014

    Hi Moha

    If you are using FDMEE then there are no target adapters that need to be imported (as there were with FDM). They are already built into the product.

    In FDMEE the Workbench is actually the 'Data Load Workbench' which is where you can run and view the data workflow, again unlike FDM where the workbench was a separate client used for configuration etc.

    I hope this helps


  • guest Wednesday, August 20, 2014

    Does it mean that we don't need to buy separate lincense for FDM adapter suite (for Oracle EBS integration) when we buy FDMEE?

    Can you please confirm?



  • Lia Thursday, August 21, 2014

    Hi Praveen,

    Please talk to your account manager about licensing, this is something we can't discuss on the blog.



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