The EPM Week In Review: Week Ending April 30, 2016

Categories:EPM Week In Review
Brian Marshall

Patches and Updates:

Shared Services has been released.  Looks like a small patch that fixes an LCM issue and a task flow issue.  Interestingly, this does not appear to be a cumulative patch as it specifies that it can only be applied to

HFM has been released.  This one is cumulative to the 700 patch and has a metric ton of bug fixes.

New Blog Posts:

This week I posted about a bug in Planning that has finally been fixed.

Vijay gives us a refresher course on configuring OBDC connections for Essbase on *nix platforms.

Cameron is up to part 10 on his PBCS series.  This time he dives into meta-data management in PBCS.

Justin gives us a quick reference guide for all of the consolidation operators for ASO cubes.  This should be handy for future reference.

The Oracle CEAL team gives us a guide to best practices in BSO calculation performance.

Eric gives us a code sample for translations in HFM that “go against the grain”.

Dayalan covered both Planning Unit Hierarchy assignment and DRM/FDMEE integration this week.

John Goodwin brings us part 3 of his FDMEE Hybrid and REST series.

Other News:

There is a North Texas EPM Lunch schedule for Friday, May 16, 2016 at Seasons 52 in Plano.  We’ll be there from 11AM to 1PM.  Be sure to RSVP if you can make it out:

May 2016 North Texas Oracle EPM Lunch

Friday, May 13, 2016, 11:00 AM

Seasons 52
7300 Lone Star Drive c100 Plano, TX

11 Members Went

Friday the 13th!  We’re moving a little further north to Plano.  If this is a problem for anyone, let us know.  We’ve chosen Season’s 52 at the Shops at Legacy:You can find the restaurant here:7300 Lone Star Dr Plano, TX  75024They have valet parking or you can park at any of the Shops at Legacy parking garages.  The menu is very reasonable at l…

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