The EPM Week In Review: Week Ending March 19, 2016

This was a bit of a slow week…until it wasn’t.  Things picked up late this week.

Patches and Updates:

DRM has been released.  Fixes a few bugs.

Disclosure Management has been released.  There appear to be quite a few bug fixes.

The FDM to FDMEE Migration Utility V1.1 has been released.  Seems to fix a few bugs, hopefully the one making your migration difficult!

New Blog Posts:

This week, I blogged about the removal of the delete plan types button and started down the software path of the Hyperion Home Lab.

Vijay tells us how to solve IE-related issues in DRM with compatibility view settings.

Glenn reminds us not to be Glenn…oh, and he also mentions something about issues in older versions not being the solution to problems in the new versions.  But really…just don’t be Glenn! 😉

Jason tells us what he is looking forward to a Kscope this year.  I’m going to pretend I made the list…

Harry has released a new version of his cubeSavvy Utilities.

Robert tells us about Pi Day and more importantly the NGCP.  Not exactly EPM related, but I’m all for getting girls more excited about STEM.

Ludovic tells us about the member selection feature in Smart View that allows you to select either vertical or horizontal display.

Kate shows us a DRM quick tip on tracking changes to properties.

Cameron take a look at Smart Forms in his on-going PBCS series.  I have to say…Smart Forms are pretty cool.

Vijay shows us how to hack the DRM repository to rename objects.

Other News:

KScope16 early bird registration ends in a few days! Register by March 30 and use code USA to save a total of $400 on your Kscope pass.

Public Service Announcement: No More Deleting Plan Types ( and PBCS)
Hyperion and PowerShell: Executing Remotely

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