
Calculate SumProduct in Essbase Using MDX
Justin Biard on Essbase, MultiDimensional eXpressions, HyperionIn Microsoft Excel you can calculate the sum of products (A x B) for multiple lists of numbers (arrays) using a formula such as =SUMPRODUCT(D3:F3, D4:F4). Some common examples of when you may need this include weighted averages or an accumulated sum of products (quarter or year »

So you have yourself one of those fancy onpremise Oracle EPM systems built with Hyperion Planning and Oracle Essbase. If you didn't do that or don't plan to do so, then you might want to skip the rest of this post. Introduction When you start to do something interesting (and »

Find out how to go from "zero to version control" in less than 12 minutes. In a previous post I wrote about using version control tools with Oracle EPM. Based on all the feedback I received from that post I thought I would share a followup tutorial to help you »

This story does not have to end on such a sad note. Stories like this one can happen any time we open up a system for change. The rest of this post shows examples of how to use version control software with Oracle EPM. Letâ€™s get to it. For »

Please skip ahead to the next section if you already know about FDMEE and the history of the product otherwise please continue for a brief introduction. FDMEE is the amalgamation of two separate products historically. Just a few major releases ago Oracle introduced a product known as ERP Integrator (ERPi) »