Kscope15 Presentations and Queries

I’m back in Texas after my quick in-and-out trip to present.  As promised, I’m posting both my presentations and more importantly, the queries that we reviewed during my Planning repository presentation.  Have a look at the files here: Cash Forecasting Kscope15 Planning Repository Kscope15 Planning Repository Kscope15 Queries for SQL Server I’d love to hear…

Brian @ Kscope15

It’s been a long time since my last post.  Moving and life seem to have slowed me down a bit, but I’m still here!  Right now I’m in Hollywood, Florida getting ready for my presentations at Kscope15.  I’m here for a quick trip in and out, so if you are at the conference, you can…

The Planning Repository: HSP_OBJECT and HSP_OBJECT_TYPE

Welcome to the first of a long series of posts describing the Planning Repository.  The point of this series is to describe many of the tables and their purpose inside of the relational repository that supports your Hyperion Planning applications.  Additionally, we’ll take a look at things like deleting a dimension or years from your application….

Currency Conversion in ASO

In the last three days, I’ve had two different people ask me how to do currency conversion in ASO.  Procedural calculations in ASO is tricky and the documentation isn’t great (and that’s being very polite to Oracle).  So let’s take a look at how to do a simple currency conversion in ASO.  First, we’ll need to set…

Adding Dynamic Members from a Form in 11.1.2.4

In my last entry I demonstrated the use of dynamic members in Custom Plan Types.  In today’s installment we’ll actually put dynamic members to a more practical use.  The main benefit of dynamic members is to give the end-user the ability to add (or remove) their own members.  But, if they have to go to the…

Enabling Dynamic Members in Custom Plan Types in 11.1.2.4

Now that I have my Rapid Deployment completed, I can start to use some of the new features in 11.1.2.4.  Today we will focus on the new ability to create dynamic members in Planning.  Now, I know what you are thinking, “We can already do that in 11.1.2.3.”  And to a point you would be…

Getting Started With Hyperion Planning 11.1.2.4 and Rapid Deployment (Part 2 of 2)

So you finally get everything working on your shiny new 11.1.2.4 Rapid Deployment and now its time to finally take a look at Planning.  The problem is, we don’t have an app.  The even bigger problem (for me and anyone else used to SQL Server) is that we don’t even have a data source for…

Getting Started With Hyperion Planning 11.1.2.4 and Rapid Deployment (Part 1 of 2)

So 11.1.2.4 just came out and you are thinking to yourself…I bet that’s cool.  Well, there’s only one way to find out.  Set it up!  In this post we’ll go through the absolute quickest way to start playing with 11.1.2.4 in your very own virtual machine.  So what’s the fastest way (not necessarily the best…but…