Tag Archives: Hyperion Planning

Important Patch Set Exceptions (PSEs) for Hyperion Planning 11.1.2.4.005

March 15, 2017

  Author: Andy Tauro, Performance Architects For folks who are deploying Hyperion Planning (the Oracle EPM on-premise budgeting, forecasting and planning solution) 11.1.2.4.005, or for those of you who are already on that version, the Performance Architects team strongly recommends to apply Patch Set Exception (PSE) 24597360. One very important consideration: PSEs are usually not compatible with…   Read More


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Oracle EPM (Hyperion) 11.1.2.4: Icons Missing in Assign Access Control Screen Without PSU 004

November 11, 2015

Author: Andy Tauro, Performance Architects If your organization runs Oracle EPM (Hyperion) version 11.1.2.4, you’ll want to apply the Essbase Administration Services (EAS) Patch Set Update (PSU) 004 (21933398) because without it, the icons are missing in the “Assign Access Control” screen! Security Administrators for Oracle Essbase applications in an Oracle EPM (Hyperion) environment will be familiar with the ‘Assign Access Control’…   Read More


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Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS): The “Simplified” Interface Becomes the “Standard” Interface in November 2015

June 2, 2015

For most of the Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) product lifetime, customers could use PBCS with either the traditional Oracle Hyperion Planning interface or the newer simplified interface, with the latter providing a more streamlined and mobile-friendly experience. While this newer “simplified” interface offers a “modern” look and feel, not all functions of PBCS were included in the PBCS simplified interface at product…   Read More


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Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS): Mapping Smart Lists to Dimensions for Attribute Reporting (BSO to ASO), Part Two

May 7, 2015

In Part One of this blog entry, I explained attributes, Smart Lists and how a planner can pick and choose various options from a drop-down list of Smart List values.  In this blog entry, I explain this entire process in more detail. When a customer has specific attribute reporting requirements, using Smart Lists can help solve this…   Read More


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Oracle’s Latest White Paper: A New Way to Authenticate Oracle BI (OBIEE) and Oracle Essbase?!

April 29, 2015

Here at Performance Architects we typically find ourselves perusing the Oracle Support blogs on a daily basis as they are a hotbed of new and interesting information. One article recently made the rounds of our company email because the content piqued some serious interest – and so, of course, we’re sharing our thoughts with you as well! Oracle’s…   Read More


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Oracle Hyperion Right-Click Business Rule Security

April 28, 2015

If you are a user of right-click menus in Oracle EPM (Hyperion) , they most likely are primarily used for business rules. They’re excellent for allowing users to leverage the form layout in determining how a business rule should be selectively run. However, there is a bit of a disconnect between the use of menus and how data…   Read More


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How to Automate Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Administration

April 24, 2015

Lights-out automation is often times a top priority during a large implementation of Oracle EPM (Hyperion) , and it’s easy to see why. The primary reasons for implementing a new solution are to cut redundancy times and allow for more data investigation. One of the most obvious ways to accomplish the former reason is to create automated data…   Read More


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Oracle Data Relationship Management Version 11.1.2.4 Release Highlights

March 12, 2015

Oracle recently released Oracle Data Relationship Management (DRM) Version 11.1.2.4 with some exciting enhancements. One great aspect of this release is that the DRM architecture was reworked to improve overall performance for users.  In addition to anticipated updates to the Oracle Data Relationship Governance ( DRG ) module and a number of native enhancements, another notable change is that DRM is more tightly integrated with Oracle’s EPM…   Read More


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Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management (HPCM): Goodbye Black Box!

December 3, 2014

Oracle Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management (HPCM) is an Oracle enterprise performance management (EPM or Hyperion) application that allows users to understand the true cost and profitability drivers within their business.  HPCM offers many interesting capabilities, chief among them the tool’s functionality that provides visibility into allocation models.  I’d like to highlight three features in particular that help facilitate this visibility do:…   Read More


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Enhanced Oracle Hyperion Planning Validations and Data Integrity

September 17, 2014

With each version of Oracle Hyperion Planning , we see new enhancements to (hopefully) help us implement a more efficient solution. Each of these enhancements brings up another challenge on how to adapt old and new systems to fully take advantage of the new functionality. At times, we get caught up in the excitement of trying to implement…   Read More


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