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Posted on May 23, 2018
Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects

This blog post builds on the work done in two previous blogs – Chapter 1 and Chapter 2. You could go through those or just read this one for reference. In the last chapter, we created an expenses report (quite easily), but it had too many codes in it (e.g., the cost center field shows …

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Posted on May 17, 2018
Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects

In Chapter I of this series, we created our database schema and learned how to create an APEX application that runs when you call a URL but does nothing else of consequence. So, let us now start adding content to our very basic APEX application. First, we’ll add a report that shows us all of …

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Posted on May 10, 2018
Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects

Oracle Application Express or APEX, is a low-code web application development tool used in conjunction with the Oracle database. That means you can use it to develop web pages and applications while writing very little code, which is great if you are the type that likes writing little to no code, or at least appreciates …

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Posted on April 25, 2018
Author: Warren Pereira, Performance Architects

Oracle EPM (Hyperion) components Web Analysis and Interactive Reporting are not available for download as part of the EPM 11.1.2.4 install files from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud (commonly called the “e-delivery”) site. You probably know this, and don’t think it’s an issue as long as the two components are not going to be used …

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Posted on April 19, 2018
Author: Warren Pereira, Performance Architects

The “who” is really not important here, but how you’re going to recover your application is important! Let’s assume a user in your Oracle EPM (Hyperion) environment inadvertently deleted the “Reporting and Analysis” application defined under the “Reporting and Analysis” project in Shared Services. How are you going to recover now? While deleting such an …

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Posted on April 11, 2018
Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects

We are all now pretty much in agreement (although some of us more enthusiastically than others). It’s not IF we’re moving to the cloud, it’s WHEN. “So,” you’re probably asking, “How do I implement infrastructure, platform and applications in this brave new cloud world without messing it all up?” In other words, “How do I …

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Posted on April 4, 2018
Author: Astha Patni, Performance Architects

In my last blog post on Oracle Analytics Cloud, we successfully completed the standard configuration of OAC services. These setup activities allowed us to login to, start and stop, and to create content in the services. In this post, we will configure OAC to open ports for external access, to perform online RPD edits, and …

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Posted on March 28, 2018
Author: Astha Patni, Performance Architects

Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) provides a complete analytics solution with capabilities from Oracle’s traditional business intelligence (BI) offerings such as OBIEE 12c, Essbase, and Data Visualization.  Key features of the OAC Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) solution include: Extensive service management capabilities to create instances; scale out services to meet demand; start and stop services; use APIs and …

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Posted on March 21, 2018
Author: Garrett Buckley, Performance Architects

In Oracle Enterprise Performance Reporting Cloud (EPRCS), report package owners are responsible for two main tasks when creating a report package. The first task is creating the basic structure of the report package. This is achieved by defining development phases (Author, Review, and Sign Off) and assigning user responsibility within those phases. For more information …

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Posted on March 14, 2018
Author: Kirby Lunger, Performance Architects

Do you plan, budget and forecast in spreadsheets or an old “on-premises” planning software solution today? Tired of trying to get IT support to maintain your planning process? Curious about “cloud” (software-as-a-service or SaaS) budgeting, forecasting and planning solutions and how they work? Want a “quick start” process that doesn’t require your entire department’s budget? …

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