Tag Archives: Business Analytics

Managing Applications from Command Line

In TM1 10.2, a new feature has been added to allow users to perform application maintenance using command line, or in a batch file. The main purpose of this utility is to automate some of the application maintenance, using a combination of standard TI processes and TI processes that execute commands available in this utility. Also, chores can be setup to execute these periodically, such as overnight application maintenance. This … Continue Reading

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TM1 10.2 – Enhancement: Approval Hierarchy can be reused

In TM1 10.2, an added enhancement to allow the same approval hierarchy to be used in multiple applications.  This enhancement can bring lots of benefits to the business and efficiency to TM1 models are designed.  No doubt, this change most of you had been waited for. This change in conjunction with control dimension provides numerous possibilities of easily creating new TM1 application. Business Benefits This enhancement is very useful when … Continue Reading

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TM1 10.2 – Feature Change: Cell Security Cubes

Model security can now be applied and amended on an application using Performance Modeller, this includes security for cells, cubes, dimensions, processes and chores.  A few key changes to note: Changing security on applications will take effect immediately Security applied to the applications can be deleted with ease in the model Cell security on a cube can be applied to selection of dimensions, instead of all dimensions in the cube … Continue Reading

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TM1 10.2 – New Feature: In-Cube Calculations

We are excited about the new TM1 release, 10.2.  It has a lots of new features that will make life easier for TM1 modellers.  One of the key new features is doing in-cube calculations on Performance Modeller.  Here are a few things that you may find interesting and/or enjoy having.

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News & Announcements – June 2012

IBM Business Analytics User Group (Mid-June) A great way to see what is happening right now in the IBM Business Analytics space. Our Team are all registered for the Sydney User Group next week. Register now, stop by and say hi. “The IBM Business Analytics User Group (BAUG) is for users of IBM Cognos, SPSS, TM1, Clarity Systems and Open Pages solutions from around Australia and New Zealand. Whether you’re … Continue Reading

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