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Do you want to get your feet wet with Oracle’s EPM 188.8.131.52 however dread the long download time for the gigabytes of files or don’t have a server handy? Oracle allows for use of their software for evaluation and prototyping in non-production environments with minimal restrictions and one of the easiest […]
An homage to “Who moved my cheese?” One of my colleagues had a client request to turn on data auditing in Hyperion Planning 184.108.40.206. Seems they have multiple people forecasting the same cost centers which was causing some confusion. The “my data is gone” is always an interesting conversation; the […]
We’re working with a client on an upgrade where Essbase and Essbase Studio are on a Red Hat 5.6 Linux box. Funnily enough a rival consulting firm said you shouldn’t use Linux for Hyperion due to memory leaks (I called BS on that fast). So on to the issue: the […]
Hello all, it’s been quite some time since my last post. I’m going to share some recent things and also talk about Kscope14. This post is a bit different than my typical keep it technical. We’ll see if I get into trouble from anyone or everyone ;). What’s been going […]
I had the opportunity today to get my hands on the upcoming release. It’s looking very good. My guess on release date this year is April 22nd. The quick take away’s from in installations point of view are: You may configure all databases at once. This means a […]
If you have a travel budget or are in the Asia Pacific area, then mark March 21st and 22nd off on your calendar. My good friend Cameron Lackpour is presenting at the BI/EPM Seriously Practical conference in Melbourne, Australia. Richard Philipson from New Zealand who I also consider a friend will […]