Thursday, May 29, 2008


Some new tips have been posted on Oracle BI- Hyperion Essbase blog by Venkatakrishnan.

If you use Essbase or Oracle OLAP as a data source, the common reporting tool that the end users would most probably use is the corresponding Excel Add-ins. Check this article on how this can be achieved: Oracle BI EE - Reporting out of Multiple Levels in an Essbase Cube

Some other articles of interest are on Oracle BI EE - Hyperion Essbase Alternate Hierarchies.

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