Quick dive in Oracle EPM Planning / PBCS to show a clever approach to track and report on Budget Adjustments / Changes. Concept can be applied to forecasting also. Enjoy!
Attribute dimensions are excellent tools for establishing descriptive capability of a dimension member and to then enable slice and dice capability by this attribute. For example, a project may have an attribute of a project manager as you would typically only have one project manager per project. The challenge results in the administration of this, as tends to be a manual task using the dimension editor and power is taken from the user to change/update this themselves and becomes an admin based task. • Why? Gives the control to users to easily view & update • How? Our approach relies on automation using EPM Automate (extract and import)
Quick dive in PBCS to show a clever approach to Restricting Form Triggered Business Rules with User Variable Selections. Enjoy!
In this post we look at on-demand data loads from source to PBCS. In on-premise Hyperion, if the requirement is to trigger on-demand data loads from within Hyperion they are a few options like Calc Manager command line triggers or Workspace Generic Jobs both of which can trigger batch scripts on the underlying servers to trigger the load from source systems to Hyperion. In PBCS this is a lot more difficult due to limitations of PBCS being a cloud solution that is not able to directly integrate with all source systems due to both technology and locations of these systems.
This is how we do it - Write Back data to Oracle Fusion Cloud or Fusion Financials from Oracle PBCS. Not your typical blog post.
Nothing special here just a basic how to install Groovy for PBCS integration and a simple test to show is working: Hello World Println from the Hyperion Jedi.
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 →