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Adobe Flash Player EOL and On-Premises EPM 11.1.2.x

Adobe announced earlier that End of Life for Flash Player is December 31, 2020. Here are the implications for on-premises EPM.

Dave Shay | September 30, 2020

Hyperion Financial Reporting 11.2.x LCM Troubleshooting

The Hyperion LCM command-line utility works OK for Financial Reporting, but the user interface in the Shared Services Console does not. Learn more.

Dave Shay | September 23, 2020

EPM 11.2.2.0 – Notable Differences Between Windows & Linux

I’ve posted about issues in the Linux edition of Oracle EPM/Hyperion 11.2.2.0. I finished standing up the Windows edition. Here are some issues I spotted.

Dave Shay | September 17, 2020

FDMEE 11.2.2.0 Troubleshooting – Part 2

This post dives into Oracle WebLogic 12c. First problem: nothing is targeted to FDMEE (“ErpIntegrator” in WebLogic’s lingo).

Dave Shay | September 9, 2020

FDMEE 11.2.2.0 Troubleshooting – Part 1

I did a near-full stack implementation in a sandbox for Oracle EPM / Hyperion 11.2.2.0 in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (“RHEL”) 7. Let’s uncover some issues in FDMEE.

Dave Shay | September 1, 2020

EPM 11.2.2.0 on Linux: Got It Working!

Here’s what I’ve learned so far from running EPM 11.2.2.0 on Linux.

Dave Shay | July 31, 2020

Oracle Extends Essbase 11.1.2.4 Extended Support Through 2024

Extended Support for Essbase 11.1.2.x is extended through DEC 2024. We also see there is again a break-out between Premier Support and Extended Support.

Dave Shay | July 2, 2020

What’s New in Hyperion EPM 11.2?

Hyperion EPM 11.2 reached general availability in December 2019. Let’s look at the highlights of the features and benefits of the latest version.

Dave Shay | June 30, 2020

Barreling Towards End of Support for Hyperion 11.1.2.4

If you’re currently using Hyperion 11.1.2.4, you have a limited amount of time to upgrade before you’re left with a version of the software ineligible for further fixes.

Dave Shay | June 18, 2020
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