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Lakshmi Venkatachalam

Lakshmi is a Solutions Architect with Oracle EPM team of Perficient.

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3 things I want to explore more on Groovy with EPBCS API-KSCOPE19

Kscope19, ODTUG’s user conference known for providing a rich opportunity for networking and education on Oracle technologies, is taking place this week in Seattle! I was fortunate enough to attend the session”Getting Started with Groovy for the Non-Technical Superstars” with presenter Kyle Goodfriend, Vice President of Oracle Practice – Accelytics who introduced how to get […]

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OneStream – My High-Level Perspective

I recently got my hands on OneStream software. I can definitely say that OneStream is in vogue, especially working through many other products since the Essbase- Hyperion System 9 days, surviving the changes from Enterprise -> FDM -> FDQM -> FDMEE / Data Management, navigating through to see Planning/ HFM on cloud taking multiple forms […]

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Having Trouble with Enable Sandboxes Option in PBCS Application?

Yes, it is a nuance while creating application in PBCS. Here is what you need to know about it: If you are creating a new application, you may choose the obvious solution (like me) of clicking ‘Create Application’ from Planning and Budgeting Service. Beware! When you choose to create application from above menu– You cannot ‘Enable […]

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Many of us may have used SET DATAEXPORTOPTIONS. But I noticed that there are some glitches in that command usage that is not documented explicitly. It can cause a “LOT” of trouble with respect to performance. I spent few hours on this and thought will share it with you all to save some time. However, […]

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Essbase calculations sign off made very easy NOW!

In many Hyperion Essbase projects, getting user acceptance testing complete on time for all the Essbase calculations is an onerous task. It becomes even more complicated while metadata sign off is still on its way for perfection. This is often because the end users are so used to sign off after looking at the reports as a […]

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