Using Groovy in EPM to copy data...
Designing forms in EPM can be easy or challenging depending on the requirements. In general, forms should be easy to maintain by including substitution or user variables to allow usage across multiple scenarios, years, versions, and other dimensions. They also need to perform efficiently by limiting the number of rows and columns by using suppression … Continue reading Add Row to Form
Here's an easy way to use Groovy to retrieve variables when running business rules.
Cool updates to Oracle Cloud EPM are coming tonight. Hint: Freeform just got way better.
Suppress missing blocks in Smart View is a setting I never enable.
Are you curious how to use Smart View on a Mac? Check out my latest post to see how easy it is to set up.
One of the coolest features available in Oracle EPM Cloud is Free Form cubes. These are essentially Essbase cubes easily created and maintained in the familiar EPM Cloud interface.
The Hyperion Solutions Virtual Conference 2020. The conference is a free, 4-day event taking place Monday, October 19th to Thursday, October 22nd. The conference has over 75 sessions from the old Hyperion Solutions Conference days along with today’s top speakers on Oracle EPM and Analytics. The agenda features various sessions on all things “Hyperion” but … Continue reading Hyperion Solutions Conference 2020
In keeping with the name of this site, this post will be a few random EPM items. I believe each to be useful information, but not necessarily needing a dedicated post by themselves. PeriodsToDate Function The function PeriodsToDate can be a very useful function. It is commonly used in a View dimension to get QTD … Continue reading DM, MR, and a Function
One of the aspects of Smart View that often annoyed me was having to either update the shared connection URL or create private connections when jumping around different applications. At various times I may need to access three or more different applications. Then one day a colleague enlightened me to another way to manage multiple … Continue reading Smart View Shared Connections XML