Art of BI: Essbase Studio Tutorial by Example – Part 2

It has been a while since I published Part 1 of the Essbase Studio Tutorial by Example. Finally a quick follow-up to the original that I promised I would get out – a  second part on adding drill-through capability – is available.  This document has been sitting around for a while.  I’ve been swamped and with the not too long ago release of EPM 11.1.2 I wanted to at least get this document out while it is still relevant.

If you haven’t already, please read the full OTN article here as a pre-requisite to conducting part 2 of this tutorial series.

Please see the link towards the bottom of this post to download part 2 of the tutorial (PDF).

Let me know if you have any feedback.

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Essbase Studio Tutorial by Example Part 2

Pre-Requisites / References

http://www.oracle.com/technology/pub/articles/screen-essbasestudio.html

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Christian is an innovator in analytics and data warehousing design, best practices, and delivery. With more than fifteenyears of decision support and data warehousing with key experiences at Office Depot HQ, Sierra-Cedar, and Capgemini, he oversees the Oracle Analytics Practice which includes the technical development and delivery of Oracle BI collaboration software, data warehouse solutions, Oracle BI/EPM projects, and packaged analytics solutions at Datavail.

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9 thoughts on “Art of BI: Essbase Studio Tutorial by Example – Part 2”
  1. I need to build a cube to model sales data. We recently installed Essbase 11. What is the best practice?….to use Studio, EIS, or ‘manual’ (EAS with load rules). Our company gives us no guidance and want to get started down the right path.

  2. Hey Christian. I know this is an old post but I recently had some downtime and managed to follow your tutorials to get up to speed with Studio in a few hours. I have used EIS extensively – this product is soooo much nicer. Nice work

    1. Andrew,
      Thanks very much for the nice comment. EIS was good in its day but clearly there is a better way. I’m glad you are up to speed and the document was helpful.

  3. Hi, thank you for such a detailed explanation. The download link is not working in both parts. Could you please check the link again?

    Thanks,
    Praveen