Time flies! This time we present a summary of three months full of events, software releases, and developments from Cubewise.
The first half of our conference season is now over. A lot of clients joined us in Paris and Hongkong to learn all about the latest developments in the TM1 and Planning Analytics market, get an update on tips and tricks and network with fellow TM1 friends. In case you did not have a chance joining us, we have captured the highlights in a couple of videos on our YouTube channel.
Also, if you are living on the southern hemisphere, you can now book your seat for the big 2019 Australian TM1 and Planning Analytics User conferences in Sydney and Melbourne.
ARC for TM1 got an update in March and April respectively. A major milestone was the support of more languages. In addition to English, you can now run Arc in German, Spanish, and French. On the technical side, the rules tracer is a big improvement, helping better understanding rule results and finding issues in your model. With the latest version 1.4.2, the Cubewise Code team also implemented a better interface for the TM1 loggers, plus fixed a number of smaller issues reported by the users.
Pulse was also updated to version 5.8.1. While there are no major new features in this version, it fixes a number of bugs reported by the user community.
March was a busy month for the CODE team, releasing also a new version of Canvas. Version 3.2.0 brings support of OpenID authentication and supports the rules tracer from the latest PA versions.
Get in touch with your local Cubewise team to get access to the latest version.
Rewritten from the ground up to support the latest features of Planning Analytics, Bedrock version 4 was released! This is a major development and comes with a number of fundamental changes. Processes use the TM1 logger instead of log files, views and subsets are temporary by default and most important, v4 supports the new TM1 hierarchies.
Have a look at the public GitHub site and make yourself familiar with this new version.
Last but not least in the area of tools and software, we released a new version of TM1Py. Version 1.3.1 brings a better integration of more user authentication protocols.
Apliqo released a new version of the UX framework. Version 2.3 comes with a number of exiting features including
Get in touch with your local Cubewise team to get access to the version or learn more about it.
Continuing the successful article, the latest post on our Apliqo blog covers the best practices on how to integrate your forecast with the reporting activities. Head to our blog to learn what is important and how to drive finance best practices.
May TM1 be with you is the theme of a series of short videos and articles. Driven by our team in the US, it goes into some of the core topics why TM1 and all its core features are so valuable for an organization.
Gerhard Pool spent some time to write up an excellent summary of Planning Analytics Workspace and give an overview of the features, installation, and topics to consider.
Izelle Pelcher covers in here latest post the difference between rules and TI functions in PA. Most of the changes are necessary due to the new hierarchies. Head over to her post to learn more and download a handy cheat sheet.
Bedrock v4 is a major development of this fundamental set of functions. Scott Wiltshire explains in his latest article how to best use list and wildcard functionality to build better and more dynamic applications.
In a second post, Scott goes into the details of how to best build subsets with bedrock. This article again helps you building better maintainable code for your applications.
The third post from Scott gives an overview of the filter string in Bedrock process. With only one line of code, you are able to hand over complex selections in processes. Learn more in the blog post.