Category Archives: TM1 Contributor

Creating a TM1 Contributor Model

These are the steps I have just used to create my first TM1 Contributor model.  There are more steps here than in Performance Modeller, however I think this more complete list is more useful. Step 1 – Build Views and Websheets Build the Excel Websheets and TM1 Views you want to include in the Contributor model.  Note that all websheets and views must have the dimension you have defined for … Continue Reading

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Woohoo! TM1 Tuts has cracked 100,000 visits!

This is just a shout out to all the administrators, support teams and developers who have browsed or subscribed to the TM1 Tutorials blog over the last two years. Thanks, your the best and we are so pleased to have the opportunity to share our time tested tips and tricks with you all If you are new to TM1 Tutorials, take a moment to read through the topics we have covered … Continue Reading

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TM1 Contributor – Single Security Hierarchy

Currently on-site at client installing TM1 Cognos Express. The client wishes to use the contributor application to utilize workflow in the forecast. Doing so can creates a number of limitations, namely security and secondly cube design. Within TM1 Contributor/Cognos Express Planner you apply security based on a single dimension hierarchy for the application you have created, however the elements within the entire security dimension cannot share more than one top … Continue Reading

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