But, as with most things, there was some resistance to change — and Oracle heard you. Deciding whether to upgrade to Naturally, a big part of that is the cost. Of course, knowing what features will be included in these tools can help you in making this decision. The architecture will be simplified going forward to resolve this issue for FCM users.
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But, as with most things, there was some resistance to change — and Oracle heard you. Deciding whether to upgrade to Naturally, a big part of that is the cost. Of course, knowing what features will be included in these tools can help you in making this decision. The architecture will be simplified going forward to resolve this issue for FCM users. EPMA is still valid for on-prem customers who want to share dimensions.
They also clarified that…. Included in this on-premises strategy is a shift to make release cycles smaller and easier to adopt.
S1 defect fixing for 1. For The release of With that, Oracle will include an uplift to FMW 12g release. Oracle is also planning a Repository Simplification to be released in early Defect fixing, third party certification updates, and enhancements will be made to 2 through December Fortunately, we have a lot more details now after OpenWorld. Hyperion Planning Want something amazing in your inbox?
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Using EPMA for Managing Hyperion Planning Applications
This particular session is aimed at developers like myself, who generally work with Oracle's BI technology tools and are wondering how this "Planning" application works; how does its architecture look, what are the typical development tasks that are associated with it and how do you get data in, and out of it. I covered a basic introduction to Hyperion Planning a few months ago, where I outlined the basic idea behind the product and how it fitted into the EPM Suite framework. It is used by organizations to plan and budget within their organization, and where it differs to ordinary Essbase is that it's a packaged application designed to do one thing planning , rather than being just an OLAP server or a toolkit like Java. Planning uses a combination of Essbase for multi-dimensional analysis, allocations, forecasts and calculations and relational storage for additional planning metadata , and is generally accessed by end-users either through the Planning Web Application part of EPM Workspace , or through Excel via SmartView or the classic Excel add-in.
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With the introduction of the Oracle EPM The first option is the Classic method. That was an option from the start already. If you are maintaining your metadata in the Classic way, you can keep on doing this. For your Planning applications, you must go back to the web interface offered in Planning itself. If you shared metadata in EPMA between applications, that will no longer be possible in the Classic method. What Oracle includes in the standard toolset of their
Getting Started with Oracle Hyperion Planning 11 by Enti Sandeep Reddy
Is the classic method of building Essbase and Planning applications becoming too cumbersome? Are you tired of building hierarchies through flat files? Often, the process of loading dimensions and hierarchies to Planning and Essbase can be a time consuming process and a maintenance nightmare! Enterprise Performance Management Architect EPMA is the leading tool, provided as part of the Oracle EPM Suite, designed to ease the burden of managing data and metadata for various application types between multiple Essbase and Planning Applications with common dimensionality.