Select a character to represent decimal points (for example, 1,000.06) for the Decimal Separator. The
options are Comma (,), Period (.), Underscore (_), and Space.
To render Oracle Essbase date values correctly when encountered in a Financial Reporting, report, select
a date value format from the Date Value Format drop-down. This option supports Essbase data values
which return a date value. You can specify how you want to format such a value. A cell within a grid can
return a date value (which in Essbase internally is stored as a numeric value). When the cell returns that
value Financial Reporting needs to show it as a date (in mm/dd/yyyy format. This preference specifies
what format to use.
From the Financial Reporting Studio tab, use the drop-down menus to activate default Financial
Reporting Studio settings.
Language—The language to display on the designer labels.
Your web browser language defaults to your computer language setup. To change
the language, Select Help from the web browser menu and search on how to
change the language.
Units—The default units setting on the report designer; Inches or Centimeters
Guidelines—The background settings on the report designer; Color, Style (dot or line),
and Snap to Guide Line settings
To use the XBRL functionality in Financial Reporting, select Enable XBRL Editing. See
the Oracle® Hyperion Financial Reporting Studio, Fusion Edition User's Guide.
Setting Annotation Printing Preferences
Financial Reporting preferences lets you specify how or whether annotations should print.
Details — When selected, a system-defined footnote is created. The Use Footnote Details
area is enabled where print options such as the annotation elements to print and the number
of annotation replies to print can be selected. Generic formatting is applied and system-
defined size and fonts are used.
Text Object — When selected, the footnote function in the report's text object is used to
print annotations. Footnote functions are created by the report designer. This option
provides more flexibility in terms of formatting and printing of annotations. For example,
the footnote function may specify to print only grid annotations with different size, font,
and color to be applied to the heading and content.
None — When selected, annotations will not be printed in the PDF as footnotes.
To set annotation printing preferences:
Select File, then Preferences, and then Financial Reporting.
On the General tab, select Annotation Print Details to display the Annotation Printing Preferences
In the Annotation Printing Preferences drop-down, select one:
Setting Preferences for Financial Reporting