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The ODTUG website in general contains material from all our past conferences, plus years of excellent material from our expert columnists in Business Intelligence, PL/SQL, Oracle Tools, Fusion MIddleware, Hyperion, Essbase and more. We have articles and updates from your favorite authors, such as Lucas Jellema on Fusion Middleware, Steven Feuerstein on (you guessed it) PL/SQL, , Mark Rittman on Business Intelligence, and Tim Tow, Edward Roske and Tracy McMullen on Hyperion/Essbase topics.
Check out our two newest articles:
EPMA Tips and Tricks by Daniel Villani, Peloton
Is the classic method of building Essbase, Planning, HFM, and HPCM applications becoming too cumbersome? Are you tired of building hierarchies through flat files? Often, the process of loading dimensions and hierarchies to Planning and Essbase can be a time-consuming process and a maintenance nightmare! Enterprise Performance Management Architect (EPMA) is the leading tool, provided as part of the Oracle EPM Suite and designed to ease the burden of managing data and metadata for various application types between multiple Essbase, Planning, HFM, and HPCM Applications with common dimensionality.
Five Guiding Principles for Hyperion Code Standards and Documentation
by Sarah Zumbrum, Finit Solutions
In my decade-long quest to become a better Hyperion code writer, I have seen (and learned) some interesting things. I have seen some beautifully written code, some that I wondered how it worked, some so mangled I thought it would crash and burn if I dared put a space in the line, and some that technically worked but wasn’t efficient. What I have taken away from these experiences is that there should be standard set of code and documenting code so we don’t have to collectively wonder what a set of code is doing.
Watch the ODTUG Technical Journal Corner for upcoming posting of our 2014 Editor’s Choice Award winning article on NoSQL by Iggy Fernandez.
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