Category Archives: IBM Cognos TM1
Last week on the Infocube website we reviewed IBM Planning Analytics, otherwise known as hosted TM1, or TM1 in the Cloud, or SaaS TM1. We covered things like: What is it Using Perspectives and Guided Exploration with Planning Analytics Visualisations Uploading Data and Security Why would you use it Inclusion of Cognos BI Licencing for Existing TM1 Users Where to from here We think it is a pretty good blog … Continue Reading
The definitive guide to TM1 security. How to configure different ways of managing security in TM1 with examples and screenshots that you can follow.
This blog shows the steps needed to establish an ODBO connection in order to transfer data between 2 cubes in different server instances.
I’m pleased to announce that TM1 Tutorials.com has had a complete rebuild and today we have launched the new site, just in time for IBM Information On Demand (IOD). Please head on over to the new and improved TM1 Tutorials.com and see for yourself what all the fuss is about! You can also track our progress at IOD by following @TM1Tutorials on twitter. The new TM1 Tutorials website is now … Continue Reading
IBM Cognos Express 10.2.1 is out. Here is a list of what is new: 1. The first notable change is that Cognos Express is on the same version with Cognos Enterprise. This means that integrated under the hood you will find: Cognos BI version 10.2.1.1, TM1 version 10.2 and Cognos insight 10.2.1. This also means all the bug fixes and improvements and new features introduced in the enterprise platforms are … Continue Reading
How to trigger a TM1 Turbo Integrator process after a workflow state has been changed in a TM1 Contributor Application.
October 18th – Sydney TM1 Networking. TM1 Catchup – 10.2 Upgrade Special. We have arranged a special TM1 catch up dedicated to the 10.2 update. We believe this is the biggest update to the platform since Applix acquired TM1 in 1996. This is an opportunity to discuss what is new, what we like, what we don’t like and of course how we can make the best of the update over … Continue Reading
Managing TM1 Applications from a command line, or via a Windows batch file. In other words using the TM1 windows based utility “app_maintenance.bat” to execute TM1 processes from Windows.