1 Oracle Learn Cloud What s New in Release 15B 10 July 2015
3 OVERVIEW This guide outlines the information you need to know about new or improved functionality included in Release 15B for Oracle Learn Cloud. Each section includes a brief description of the feature, the steps you need to take to enable or begin using the feature, any tips or considerations that you should keep in mind, and the resources available to help you. IMPORTANT: Oracle Learn Cloud platform and general technology updates can affect complex or custom LearnCenter pages. If you are using a custom CSS file, it is important to verify your site CSS with each product release. Based on changes in the platform, there is a chance that you could see alignment or positioning issues after a release due to the custom CSS used on your site. Often any updates that your CSS requires are minor and easy to make. Contact Customer Support through My Oracle Support for any additional information. For Licensing Information, please refer to My Oracle Support DOC ID The following features are not supported for use with Microsoft Internet Explorer 7: Widgets, New Pages/Templates, and the BI Reporting Custom Report work flow. RELEASE FEATURE SUMMARY Some of the new features for Release 15B for Oracle Learn Cloud are automatically available to Users after the upgrade and some require action from the User, the company administrator, or Oracle. The table below offers a quick view of the actions required to enable each of the Release 15B for Oracle Learn Cloud features. Action Required to Enable Feature Feature Automatically Available End User Action Required Administrator Action Required Oracle Service Request Required BI Reporting BETA New User Permission New Custom Report Wizard Running a Custom Report New BI Reporting Standard Reports New Date Range Field Design for BI Reporting Training Offerings New Ability to Add HTML Codes to Training Offering Descriptions LearnCenter Search LearnCenter Search Enhancement Learning Plan Widget. 3
5 BI REPORTING BETA CUSTOM REPORTING CAPABILITIES We continue to build out BI Reporting, which is still in BETA phase. In Release 15B for Oracle Learn Cloud, you can now combine one or more Data Views to create your own completely new custom reports. You can define the how the Data Views are joined, as well as define filter conditions for the data being reported upon. Custom reports can be managed just like standard reports; you can run them ad-hoc or schedule them as needed. This initial release contains a subset of the Learn Data Views. (See Terminology below for a definition of "Data Views"). Use of the Custom Report Wizard is completely optional. You can also create custom reports by customizing Standard Reports. This is an advanced feature that requires some knowledge of SQL and databases. If you have been using Insight Reporting, you are probably already familiar with the SQL and database query terminology and the concepts presented in this feature. IMPORTANT: If these concepts are new to you, there is much information available on the Internet. You may want to start your reading here: If this topic falls outside your area of expertise or knowledge, and you need to design a completely new custom report, you may want to consider hiring a report designer, or engaging the Oracle Services team, or enlisting the help of someone from within your organization who has the SQL and database knowledge needed to design the report you want. PLEASE NOTE: Oracle Learn Support can only assist you with problems relating to the BI reporting functionality itself or with the functionality of a standard report provided by Learn. Support cannot help you with designing or building a new custom report. There are also 3 new standard BI Reporting reports: Job Profile Report (delivered in Release 15A.2 for Oracle Learn Cloud) Electronic Signature Completion Report User Login Report We will continue to add Data Views and standard reports in subsequent releases. TERMINOLOGY The following terms are used in this feature, and may be new to you: Data View - One or more Data Views combined into a container or "view" that makes it easy for you to manage the data. In Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, we have included a subset of LearnCenter Data Views. (If you are familiar with Designer Pro, Data Views are similar to IOBs.) Join - a combination of two Data Views used for the purpose of reporting on values that either match or do not match (depending on the intended purpose of the report).. 5
6 KEY RESOURCES In-depth information about Joins can be found in a variety of places around the Internet. Recommended reading can be found here: NEW USER PERMISSION There is a new User Permission that enables you to create and edit BI Reporting Custom Reports. New User Permission for BI Reporting Users who have been granted this permission will be able to see and use the new Create Custom Reports icon on the BI Reporting page. (See New Custom Report Wizard below for details.) They will also be able to edit custom reports using the new Custom Report Wizard. STEPS TO ENABLE On the Control Panel: 1. Click on the Users menu to expand it. 2. Click Users. 3. Search for the Users for whom you want to manage permissions. 4. Click next to a User. 5. Click next to Manage Bi/ Insight Reporting to expand the list of permissions.. 6
7 6. Select the check box next to Create & Edit Reports to grant the permission to the User. or Clear the check box to deny the permission for the User. KEY RESOURCES Visit Oracle Learn Cloud Online Help for complete instructions on using User Permissions. TIPS AND CONSIDERATIONS Grant the permission to Admins who are responsible for working with this feature. Only Users who have Co-Owner Permissions are granted this permission automatically. NEW CUSTOM REPORT WIZARD You now have the ability to use BI Reporting to create completely new custom reports. Previously, you could only create custom reports by making changes to the available standard reports. With this new functionality, you begin with a blank report, and choose the Data Views, determine the relationships (joins) between that data, and select the filters and parameters for the end results. TIP: You may find it easier to customize a standard report, and then edit that report to see how Oracle created the Joins and Conditions for the Data Views to obtain the standard output. All of the functionality presented here is also available by editing customized standard reports. To do this, make a change to a standard report, by selecting fields or sort orders other than the pre-selected defaults, give the report a Custom Report Name, and save it. It is saved as a Custom Report. Next, locate the Custom Report you just created, click, and then select Edit Report. It will open using the wizard discussed in this section. To access the Custom Report Wizard, click the new Create Custom Report icon on the BI Reporting page.. 7
8 New Create Custom Report Icon The Wizard contains 8 steps. BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 1 In the first step, type a Name (required, up to 250 characters) and Description (optional, up to 1000 characters) for the report. Click Next.. 8
9 BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 2 Step 2 contains the available Data Views that you can select from for the report. The Data Views are logically grouped and listed under appropriate titles. Click a blue title bar to display a group of related Data Views. For example, if you click Item Types, you will see the following related Data Views: Item Types Data Views. 9
10 If you click Item Progress, you will see the following related Data Views: Item Progress Data Views To select Data Views for the report, move them to the Selected Data Views area of the page by any of the following means: Double-clicking the Data View. Clicking the icon that displays when you rest your pointer on a Data View. Dragging and dropping the Data View.. 10
11 You can drag and drop Data Views You can add the same Data View more than once if necessary for your report, up to 10 Data Views per report. Conversely, you can remove Data Views from the Selected Data Views area by clicking the icon that displays when you rest your pointer over the Data View. If you want to know more about what is contained in a Data View before you select it, rest your pointer over it and click. Click Next. BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 3. 11
12 Use Step 3 to create "Joins" between the Data Views you selected in Step 2. Each Data View you added in Step 2 must be part of at least one Join. When you create a Join you are telling LearnCenter to compare two Data Views to look for values that either match or do not match (depending on the intended purpose of the report). The process of creating Joins works in the following manner: You added 3 Data Views: A, B and C. You want to compare Data View A with Data Views B and C to look for values in Data Views B and C that match or do not match values in Data View A. When creating the first Join, select any one of the 3 Data Views to Join to the remaining 2. When creating the second Join, you must choose 1 of the 2 Data Views joined in Join 1, and then pick the third topic. IMPORTANT: Deleting a Join will delete all Joins underneath it, since a relationship "chain" has been built. 1. Select the first Data View. 2. Select one of the following Join Types: Inner Join - requires each record in the two joined Data Views to have matching records. Left Join - The result always contains all records of the "left" Data View, even if the Joincondition does not find any matching record in the "right" Data View (B). Right Join - The result always contains all records of the "right" Data View, even if the Joincondition does not find any matching record in the "left" Data View (A). Every row from the "right" Data View (B) will appear in the joined Data View at least once. If no matching row from the "left" Data View (A) exists, NULL will appear in fields from A for those records that have no match in B.. 12
13 Full Join - combines the effect of applying both left and right outer Joins. Where records in the full joined Data Views do not match, the result set will have NULL values for every column of the Data View that lacks a matching row. For those records that do match, a single row will be produced in the result set (containing fields populated from both Data Views). TIP: Recommended reading on how Joins work: Refer to the BIP Data Views Schema Diagram document, available on Customer Connect, for Oracle Learn Cloud recommended Joins between the Data Views. 3. Select the second Data View. 4. Click Apply Join. 5. Repeat these steps until you have created all of the Joins you want. You must have at least one Join for each Data View. Best Practice: Limiting the number of Data Views and Joins will typically result in better performance for BI Reporting. As a best practice, only include Data Views that you need or plan to use, and use Join fields appropriately. The BI Reporting system is not designed to be used as a data extraction tool. 6. Click Next.. 13
14 BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 4 In Step 4, identify the relationship you are looking for between the joined Data Views by selecting Join Conditions. You can have as many Conditions as you want, but every Join you added in Step 3 must have at least one Condition. 1. Select one of the Joins you created in the previous step from the Select a Join drop-down list. 2. Select a field from the Select a Field drop-down list. This drop-down list contains all possible fields for the Data Views involved in the Join. 3. Select the appropriate operator from the Select an Operator drop-down list. 4. Select the appropriate value from the Set a Value drop-down list, or Type your own values here. This field accepts the following SQL Wildcards: Wildcard Character Description Example % Any string of zero or more characters. WHERE title LIKE '%computer%' finds all fields with the word 'computer' anywhere in the field text. _ (underscore) Any single character. WHERE au_fname LIKE '_ean' finds all fourletter first names that end with ean (Dean, Sean, and so on). [ ] Any single character within the specified range ([a-f]) or set ([abcdef]). [^] Any single character not within the specified range ([^a-f]) or set ([^abcdef]). WHERE au_lname LIKE '[C-P]arsen' finds Ulast names ending with arsen and starting with any single character between C and P, for example Carsen, Larsen, Karsen, and so on. In range searches, the characters included in the range may vary depending on the sorting rules of the collation. WHERE au_lname LIKE 'de[^l]%' all User last names starting with de and where the following letter is not l.. 14
15 5. Click Apply Condition. 6. Click Next. BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 5 Use Step 5 to set Filters to further narrow down your data sets. Filters are optional, hidden parameters that enable you to filter out some of the data before you build the report. This lets you prevent your end-users from seeing some of the available data. For example, you can filter a report to use only data from a particular sub LearnCenter so that the User who will be running the report only sees data from that sub LearnCenter as a selection when running the report. 1. Select the values you want. 2. Click Apply Filter. 3. Click Next.. 15
16 BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 6 Use Step 6 to select the fields that you want to make available for the report, and select the default sort order. You can have as many fields as you want, although SQL does have a limitation of 4096 fields. What you select here will display on the Fields tab when you run the report.. 16
17 1. Add fields from the Data Views to the Fields Selected for Report column. You can move fields around by dragging and dropping just like you did in Step 2. Additional options display for each field 2. Select which of those fields will be the default report columns and the default sort order by resting your pointer over the item and selecting the appropriate choice from the drop-down list. 3. Move items up and down in the list by using the arrows that display when you rest your pointer over an item. You can change the order of the fields by using the up and down arrows 4. Click Next.. 17
18 BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 7 Use Step 7 to select the Parameters that you want to make available to Users when they run the report. You can add up to 10 parameters. What you select here will be available on the Users (if applicable) and the Parameters tabs when you run the report. Best Practice: At a minimum, select the LearnCenters you want Users to have access to. If you do not specify a LearnCenter, Users will have access to all data in all LearnCenters, regardless of whether they have access to those LearnCenters. 1. Select a Data View from the Select a Data View drop-down list. 2. Choose from the available parameters. 3. Click Apply Parameters to add your selection. 4. Click Next.. 18
19 BI Reporting Custom Report Wizard Step 8 The final step displays a summary of your selections. Review them and make changes if necessary. Click Save when you are done. IMPORTANT: None of your work is truly saved until you click Save in Step 8. Clicking Back to All Reports at any time before you click Save will cause you to lose your changes. BEST PRACTICE: Copy and paste the contents of Step 8 into a text file or Microsoft Word document, and keep that document on hand in case you make changes later and want to revert back to your original settings.. 19
20 Additional options are available for Custom Reports You can run, schedule, view, delete and edit the report. (The actions that display here depend on BI Reporting/Insight Report User Permission settings.) IMPORTANT: The Edit action is not available if a report has an active schedule. This is to prevent you from potentially adding new required parameters for which the scheduler has not accounted, which could cause the report generation to fail. If you need to edit a scheduled report, first clear the schedule settings, then edit the report, and then recreate the schedule. When editing a report, if you remove some of the original Joins or parameters, you will be forced to redo the remaining steps of the report wizard. KEY RESOURCES See the online help topic called "BI Reporting BETA" (TOC > Reports > Bi Reporting) for complete details about BI Reporting BETA. See the online help topic called BI Reporting/Insight Reporting User Permissions (TOC > Permissions > Reports User Permissions > BI Reporting/Insight Reporting User Permissions) for complete instructions on using the BI Reporting/Insight Report User Permissions. STEPS TO ENABLE You must grant the appropriate User Permissions, including the New Create & Edit Reports User Permission in order to use this feature.. 20
21 RUNNING A CUSTOM REPORT When you run the report, you will notice the appropriate tabs display just like they do with standard reports. For example, the Users tab only displays if the report has User information, and you have selected that parameter to be displayed for the report. Running a Custom Report The Parameters and Fields tabs display the information based on the selections you made when you created the custom report. KEY RESOURCES See the online help topic called "Running BI Reporting Reports" (TOC > Reports > Bi Reporting > Running BI Reporting Reports) for complete details about running reports. NEW BI REPORTING STANDARD REPORTS There are 3 new standard BI Reporting reports: Job Profile Report (delivered in Release 15A.2 for Oracle Learn Cloud) Electronic Signature Completion Report User Login Report. 21
22 New Standard Repots for BI Reporting We will continue to add Data Views and standard reports in subsequent releases. NEW DATE RANGE FIELD DESIGN FOR BI REPORTING The date range fields have been updated in BI Reporting. You now have the option of selecting a From/To date range as you always have, but you can now indicate a number of Days in Past or Days in Future. New Date Range Fields This update is now available for any field in which you must enter a date range when running a BI Report.. 22
23 TRAINING OFFERING ENHANCEMENTS There are some new enhancements to the Training Offerings feature. You now have the ability to add a Seats Available column. This column will display the seats available for Enrollments and ILT Sessions mapped to the Training Offering. New Seats Available Column for Training Offering Dynamic Object You have the ability to rename the column if you want to. It behaves like other dynamic object columns. The following illustration is an example of how this new column displays to end Users in the dynamic object. Notice that data only appears in the column for the learning items for which Seats Available information is appropriate. The Seats Available column only displays information when appropriate. 23
24 For Enrollments mapped to a Training Offering, the Seats Available column displays the current number of seats available. For ILT Sessions mapped to a Training Offering, the Seats Available column displays the combined total of all available seats for the Enrollments the Session is mapped to. NEW ABILITY TO ADD HTML CODES TO TRAINING OFFERING DESCRIPTIONS You can now add HTML tags to the Description field for the Training Offerings. The Description field now accepts HTML tags The results will display to end Users in the Training Offering Catalog Dynamic Object. HTML displays to end users in the dynamic object HTML formatted ILT Event, Track and Session descriptions, and HTML formatted Enrollment descriptions now display using HTML on the Training Offerings Catalog Dynamic Object.. 24
25 KEY RESOURCES See the online help topic called "Training Offerings" (TOC > Advanced Learning > Training Offerings) for complete details on using the Training Offerings feature. LEARNCENTER SEARCH ENHANCEMENT LearnCenter Search now allows you to filter out past Enrollments and ILT Sessions from the search results. This is accomplished by selecting or clearing a new set of check boxes on the Results tab of the LearnCenter Search Dynamic Object wizard. You can filter out Past Enrollments and ILT Sessions Select the check boxes for the items you want to display in the results, and clear the check boxes for the items you do not want to display in the results. IMPORTANT: If you are already using the LearnCenter Search dynamic object, please be aware that upon deployment of Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, the Past check box will be cleared (unchecked). You will need to select this check box to make past items display in the search results. When you add new instances of the LearnCenter Search dynamic object, the Past check box will be cleared (un-checked) by default.. 25
27 NEW ABILITY TO ACCESS DETAILS From the Widget, Users now have the ability to access details of Enrollments, Courses, Classes, Assignments, Assessments, Training Offerings, and ILT Events, Tracks and Sessions. Clicking the Learning Plan name lists all the events for the plan. Click an event name to view the details of the event. Users can now add Notes to Assignments and Enrollments that are mapped to Learning Plans. (In the previous release, the Notes functionality was read-only for Widgets.) You can type up to 4000 characters in the Note field. You cannot save an empty Note. New ability to add Notes to Assignments and Enrollments You can also edit notes, or change their statuses. Notes can have a status of Active or Inactive. Inactive notes are not visible to anyone other than their author. Use the Filter icon to alternate views between Active and Inactive Notes.. 27
28 You can change the status of a Note If you have more Notes than are visible on the page, a Load More link appears beneath the Notes. Click it to display more notes on the page. NEW DRAG-AND-DROP CAPABILITY Users with supporting browsers can also upload file attachments using drag-and-drop functionality. You can drag files from your computer to the Drag Document Here box next to My Attachments on the Widget pages that accept attachments. When the box changes to "Drop Document Here," release the file and the upload begins. New drag-and-drop capability Note that only newer browsers support drag-and-drop capability. Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 8 and 9 do not support the drag-and-drop functionality. If you are viewing Widgets using either of these browsers, a Browse button is available instead. (The Widget feature is not supported for use at all with Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.). 28
29 NEW UI FOR ENROLLMENT ACTIONS AND STATUSES The User Interface has been updated for Enrollment actions and statuses, including approvals and wait listing from the Widget. The following illustration shows an Enrollment details page. Updated UI for Enrollments on Widgets Notice the new icon Enroll. The Current Status field changes to reflect the actions the User has taken. In this case, the User has dropped the Enrollment (the Current Status displays as Dropped), but has the ability to enroll again by clicking Enroll.. 29
30 NEW ABILITY TO LAUNCH COURSES AND ASSESSMENTS WITHIN LEARNING PLANS Users can now launch Courses and Assessments from Learning Plans on the Widget. New Launch icon Click Launch to open the Course or Assessment. CHANGES TO HOW COUNTS DISPLAY ON THE DASHBOARD In Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, the number displayed for the Incomplete Count on the Learning Plans mini dashboard at the top of the Widget included both Learning Plans mapped to, and not mapped to the current User. Now, the Incomplete Count includes only those Learning Plans that are mapped to the current User. The number of all available Learning Plans that the current User could map to (whether they are currently mapped to the User or not) displays under Plans. In order for a Learning Plan to be considered as part of the total count for Plans, Users must be able to self-map to it. (This means you must select the Allow users to add themselves to this Learning Plan check box on the Options tab when setting up a Learning Plan.) In the example below, there are two possible Learning Plans available for the current User, so Plans displays "2". However, one Learning Plan is already mapped to the current User. Therefore both Assigned and Incomplete display "1".. 30
31 Mini dashboard displays accurate counts In Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, the Due Soon count included Learning Plans that were not mapped to the current User. Now, only Learning Plans that are mapped to the current User are considered for inclusion for Due Soon. CHANGE TO HOW STATUS DISPLAYS In Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, for the Details section of any Learning Plan not mapped to the current User, the Status was displayed as "Incomplete." For Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, the Status is now displayed as "N/A" until a Learning Plan is mapped to the current User. Widget Details sections display accurate statuses. 31
32 NEW LOOK AND FEEL FOR MESSAGES Pop-up confirmation messages for the Widget that were introduced in Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud have been replaced with a more modern style alert that displays directly on the page. New design for messages Alerts are color coded: Green for successful updates messages. Yellow for warning messages. Red for error messages.. 32
33 OPTIONAL ICON ONLY DISPLAYS WHERE APPROPRIATE The optional icon ( ) only displays if there is a valid option for a Learning Plan, such as when there is a Certificate available to view or print. This icon has also been removed from the multi-row Learning Plans displays, except where a Certificate exists and may be printed. Optional icon only displays when appropriate. 33
34 CHANGE TO HOW ITEMS DISPLAY FOR ILT EVENTS In Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, the ILT Event page listed both ILT Tracks and the ILT Sessions for those Tracks. In Release 15A for Oracle Learn Cloud, the information is separated onto different pages. The ILT Events page lists only the ILT Tracks for that event. ILT Tracks now display on a separate page Click an ILT Track to display its ILT Sessions on a separate page.. 34
35 ILT Sessions now display on a separate page. 35
36 NEW OPTIONS ON WIDGET SETUP DISPLAY TAB You now have the ability to determine whether you want to display Past, Present, or Future Enrollments and ILT Sessions on the Widget. New check boxes on Add/Edit Widget Display tab There is a new Display following Enrollments and ILT Sessions section at the bottom of the Display tab when you add or edit a Widget. Select the Past, Current, or Future check boxes to indicate what Enrollments and ILT sessions you want to display. Clear the appropriate check boxes to hide those types of Enrollments and ILT Sessions. IMPORTANT: If none of the check boxes are selected, LearnCenter displays Past, Current, and Future Enrollments and ILT sessions, just as if all check boxes were selected.. 36
38 NEW REFRESH BUTTON ON THE EDIT LEARNING PLAN USERS TAB Since mapping thousands of Users to a Learning Plan can take some time, a new Refresh button has been added to the Edit Learning Plan Users tab so that you can monitor the progress of Users being mapped to the plan. New Refresh icon on Edit Learning Plans Users tab KEY RESOURCES See the online help topic called "Adding a New Learning Plan" (TOC > Advanced Learning > Learning Plans > Adding a New Learning Plan) for complete details on this feature.. 38
39 NEW FILTERS ON THE SUPERVISORS ACCOUNTS PAGE There are now filters available on the Supervisor Accounts page. New Filters on Supervisor Accounts page Use the filters to quickly locate Supervisors. You can find them by Supervisor name (any portion of the Supervisor s username, first or last name), or by the name of a User assigned to a Supervisor (any portion of the User s username, first or last name). You can also control how many records display on the page by selecting a number from the Pagination drop-down list.. 39
40 KEY RESOURCES See the online help topic called "Supervisor Accounts" (TOC > User Accounts > Supervisor Accounts) for complete details on using Supervisor Accounts. INSIGHT REPORTING MESSAGE The following message now displays on Insight Reporting pages. Message to remind you that Insight Reporting is being disabled soon The message serves as a reminder that Insight Reporting is being removed soon. We encourage you to begin using BI Reporting BETA instead. KEY RESOURCES See the online help topic called "BI Reporting" (TOC > Reports > BI Reporting - BETA) for complete details on using Supervisor Accounts. CUSTOMER TICKETS The following t contains a list of BugDB customer tickets that were addressed with this release. Repeated descriptions are the result of more than one ticket reported for the same issue. Ticket Description Admins can now resend the Supervisor Approval messages that were previously sent by end Users from the Enrollments dynamic object All Users are mapped to Learning Plans when mapping Learning Plans to Job Profiles that contain thousands of Users. Since mapping thousands of Users to a Learning Plan can take some time, a new Refresh button has been added to the Edit Learning Plan Users tab so that you can monitor the progress of Users being mapped to the plan. See New Refresh Button on the Edit Learning Plan Users Tab above for details Errors no longer display when Users change their details in the Change User Details dynamic object.. 40
41 Ticket Description BI Reporting reports using custom fields containing apostrophes now run without error Improved performance for processing ILT data in Bulk Loader Corrected issue preventing some ILT Sessions from being updated using Bulk Loader. ILT Event descriptions are limited to 1000 characters in LearnCenter and that is now being validated when you use Bulk Loader Corrected issues preventing some Enrollments from not being updated using Bulk Loader The LearnCenter WYSIWYG page editor no longer adds unwanted <p> tags around <img> and <script> elements, which had been adding extra space in page designs The LearnCenter WYSIWYG page editor no longer adds unwanted <p> tags around <img> and <script> elements, which had been adding extra space in page designs. Return to Release Feature Summary. 41
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