In this post we look at Summary Level Drill from PBCS!!!!! Yes, it is finally here. Now despite my excitement, I promise to remain unbiased in this blog post and tell you what I like and what I don’t like about the recently enabled feature. This blog post will cover how to activate the feature with a drill to Fusion Cloud.
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.
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 →
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 →