The EPM Week In Review: Week Ending February 20, 2016

Two weeks…two weeks in review.  Let’s see how long we can keep this up!

Patches and Updates:

The Essbase patch has been released.  This comes with a server patch along with the various client patches.  There are a few interesting features including the QUERYRESULTLIMIT for preventing stupid ASO user tricks and a few other ASO related bugs.  Now if they can just release .008, which has a bug I need fixed…that would be great.

Financial Reporting has been released.  Nothing too interesting here…just bug fixes.

Blog Posts:

This week I discussed storage for your Hyperion Home Lab.  I also posted about the Admin Console and created a new Quick Links page on the site.

Dave reminds us that our grace period for is coming up soon here.

Harry let’s us know that he has released a new version of his cubeSavvy Utilities.  He lost me when he started speaking Russian…but hey I barely speak English.

Dmitry has an interesting write-up on Drill-Through performance in Essbase here.

Sarah gives us a nice lesson in UNIX and Windows Interoperability.

Tony shows off a very detailed guide to using DRM and PBCS.

For those in the cloud that can use Valid Intersections, Celvin shows us that they can be automated!

Other News:

ODTUG is now accepting applications for their Women in Technology Scholarship.  You can find out the details to the program here.  Applications are due in a little over a month on March 22, 2016.

As always (twice anyway), if I missed a great blog post or a patch release, let me know and I’ll either update this post or add it to next week’s post.  Have a great weekend everyone!

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