Tag Archives: Mohan Chanila

Oracle Hyperion Financial Reporting (FR) Web Studio: FR Studio with a Fresh Coat of Paint

July 5, 2017

Author: Mohan Chanila, Performance Architects Back in October of 2016, the announcement was made that the traditional Oracle Hyperion Financial Reporting (FR) Studio desktop client that we all loved (or loathed), was going to be replaced by a new Web based report developer called the.. wait for it… Oracle Hyperion Financial Reporting (FR) Web Studio . While the name itself isn’t the most original, I’ve had the chance…   Read More


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Replicating On-Premise Essbase Load Rules in Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) Using Data Management

December 14, 2016

Authors: Mohan Chanila and Tyler Feddersen, Performance Architects One of the perceived issues with the release of Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service ( PBCS ) in 2014 was the lack of full-use Essbase in the cloud.  With this, the ability to use load rules to modify, edit, and prepare a data file to upload into the cloud was taken away, and the PBCS interface…   Read More


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Mapping Data Between Plan Types in Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS): The Case for Map Reporting, XWRITE, or Data Management

November 23, 2016

Author: Mohan Chanila, Performance Architects Over the last several years, the number of Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service ( PBCS ) applications has exponentially increased and, with this increase, we’ve seen several large on-premise applications migrated or simply moved onto PBCS. When migrating these applications to the cloud, the trend has been to either merge several on-premise applications into one PBCS application with…   Read More


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Oracle Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS): Simplified Interface Features Overview

June 17, 2015

During most of 2014, Oracle’s Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS) operated with a similar interface to the classic Oracle Hyperion Planning “Workspace” with some minor differences (mainly the introduction of a new landing page). Starting in November 2014, Oracle made a drastic change to the PBCS offering by introducing the “simplified interface” as an additional way to access the solution. However, with the latest…   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 Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS): Mapping Smart Lists to Dimensions for Attribute Reporting (BSO to ASO), Part One

May 7, 2015

This blog entry focuses on configuring Oracle’s Planning and Budgeting Cloud Service (PBCS)  in a unique way to report on various member attributes. At this point, you might be thinking, “Hang on, can’t we report on attributes in Oracle Hyperion Planning already, by simply assigning attributes to a base dimension?”  Traditionally, the answer is yes. Why to Use Smart Lists for Attribute Reporting in PBCS…   Read More


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Advantages and Disadvantages of the Aggregate Storage Option (ASO) Plan Type Feature in Oracle Hyperion Planning Version 11.1.2.3

May 7, 2014

During my most recent consulting project, I had a chance to implement the Aggregate Storage Option (ASO) feature in Oracle Hyperion Planning Version 11.1.2.3. Creating additional plan types whether they’re Block Storage Option (BSO) or ASO is easy in Version 11.1.2.3. They can be created one of two ways: At the time of application creation, you can specify additional plan types, through…   Read More


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