An introduction on Groovy for PBCS. What is Groovy and Why is it relevant for Oracle PBCS. Why should you care.
For those that do not know what an Essbase ASO Cubes is keep reading this paragraph, the rest please collect your boarding pass and proceed to next paragraph. I suppose if you are still reading this paragraph then your Hyperion knowledge is limited, so let me see what justice I can do in explaining Essbase... Continue Reading →
Why is this so cool? Requires a one-time setup. Can now be done in the front end without access the source system. Re-introduces the copyapp function through the front end without server access / client tools to trigger. Has made a lot of people very happy, many of which refused to upgrade to 18.104.22.168 because... Continue Reading →
Some time back I wrote that Oracle Hyperion Financial Data Quality Manager (FDMEE) aka Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) Planning Data Management is not able to load non-numerical data and that to me was a major flaw in an integration tool. Understandably so, I was upset at the time because after spending a... Continue Reading →