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In EPM 188.8.131.52 and prior, you didn’t need to worry about running RCU if you weren’t using certain modules. Those days are behind us now. Find out why.
I have since had a conversation with a senior person at Oracle who was kind enough to provide clarification on the EPM 11.2 certification matrix.
The EPM 11.2 Certification Matrix was released not long after the software. I’d like to share a few thoughts about what’s currently in this matrix.
The long-anticipated release of Hyperion/EPM 11.2 has finally become reality, as announced by Oracle last Thursday, December 18th. Here’s what you should do next.
In a recent post, I listed a patch for Oracle WebLogic 10.3.6. If you’re using Jython scripting within FDMEE, you’ll want to read this post before pushing to Production.
Our resident Hyperion expert, Dave Shay, dug up some information regarding OCT2019CPU, published just a few days ago. Get the details here.
This post discusses one of our favorite subjects: Sarbanes-Oxley compliance combined with on-premises Oracle EPM/Hyperion – how does this affect you?
Many on-premise EPM shops delay upgrades as long as possible. But with 11.2 on the horizon, what’s the best play? Find out here.
At Kscope 2019, Oracle declared some changes to Oracle EPM. This article will discuss how Oracle EPM will be different moving forward and what it could mean for you.
I recently stumbled upon a problem with the EPMA Batch Client, and logged an Oracle SR about it. Oracle issued a bug # for it (25113781). See the fix here.