Migrating from TM1 10.2.2 to Planning Analytics is not complicated, but it is a process with multiple layers that requires sufficient planning.
With IBM’s decision to stop support for TM1 10.2.2 in September 2019, we compiled a decision tree to ensure you know which questions you need to answer to find the most suitable path for your environment to effectively plan your upgrade to Planning Analytics.
1. What are the interfaces in PAx and how does it relate to Perspectives
2. How to log onto the TM1 Server via PAx
3. How to analyse Cubes
4. How to find reports created in the Application folder
5. How to use the set (subset) editor
Apliqo UX and Canvas for TM1 have been combined to a single product which will be known as Apliqo UX. Future releases of Apliqo UX will contain all features and functionality of both products.
There is often a need to plan multiple scenario’s before feeling comfortable with of the numbers you are submitting.
The Sandbox feature allows you to create your own personal workspace where you can plan different scenarios (changes to the base data) before making those changes public to other users.
Starting in Version 2.0.4, TM1 Server / Planning Analytics Local has had an 'Encryption at Rest' feature. In this Cubewise blog post, we explain what EaR means, why you would want to enable it, and how you can set it up using the “tm1crypt” utility.
Three months full of updates, blog posts and developments. Have a read to learn what happens and catch up with the latest developments.
Cubewise opened a branch in Munich this month, consolidating its role as IBM Germany’s leading Platinum Partner. Markus Fynmore also joins Cubewise Germany as Practice Manager at the new Branch in Munich. Germany, with its large TM1 community, is an important market for Cubewise. For years, the Australian consulting and service provider has been active in Germany through its headquarters in Switzerland. Now, with its new branch in Munich, Cubewise has strengthened its presence in the German market even further.
Understanding filter strings is central to understanding the bedrock library. Bedrock converts the contents of the filter string into views by splitting the string into dimension names and element names via delimiter characters and then creating the view on the fly. This article describes how the strings work.
This is a quick tutorial in how to create subsets with the bedrock 4 library. It covers ...
- including descendants of a consolidation
- filtering elements by level
- filtering elements via attribute value
- excluding elements via list or wildcard
- modifying an existing subset
The latest version of the bedrock library consistently includes support for lists and wildcard string matches whenever defining objects or elements. This article explains step-by-step how lists and wildcards work and how to put them to use.