Tuesday Jun 11, 2013

Highlights of HPCM 11.1.2.3 New Features

The latest release of HPCM provides several new features as well as performance improvements.

V11.1.2.3 provides the following:

  • Standard Profitability – Smart View Integration
  • Detailed Profitability – new calculation rules
  • Detailed Profitability – Essbase Integration
  • Detailed Profitability – Stage Balancing Report
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Thursday Mar 21, 2013

HPCM 11.1.2.2.x - Changing Task Flow Refresh Intervals

In HPCM, users access the “Job Status” task area to view the status of submitted jobs/task flows. In 11.1.2.2.x, the task flow information viewed on these screens within HPCM is cached in order to provide better performance. A refresh occurs after each configured interval and new entries are shown after this interval.

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Wednesday Dec 12, 2012

EPM 11.1.2.2 Architecture: Financial Performance Management Applications

This is the third post on Oracle EPM System Architecture. It will cover all Financial Performance Management Applications, namely Financial Management, Essbase Analytics Link, Planning, Profitability and Cost Management, Strategic Finance and Disclosure Management. Please be aware of the fact that I also updated the previous posts on Foundation and Reporting and Analysis based on the feedback I got so far.

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HPCM 11.1.2.2.x - HPCM Standard Costing Generating >99 Calc Scipts

HPCM Standard Profitability calculation scripts are named based on a documented naming convention. From 11.1.2.2.x, the script name = a script suffix (1 letter) + POV identifier (3 digits) + Stage Order Number (1 digit) + “_” + index (2 digits) (please see documentation for more information (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17236_01/epm.1112/hpm_admin/apes01.html).  


This naming convention results in the name being 8 characters in length i.e. the maximum number of characters permitted calculation script names in non-unicode Essbase BSO databases. The index in the name will indicate the number of scripts per stage. In the vast majority of cases, the number of scripts generated per stage will be significantly less than 100 and therefore, there will be no issue. However, in some cases, the number of scripts generated can exceed 99.

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Tuesday Sep 18, 2012

HPCM 11.1.2.2.x - How to find data in an HPCM Standard Costing database

When working with a Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management (HPCM) Standard Costing application, there can often be a requirement to check data or allocated results using reporting tools e.g Smartview. To do this, you are retrieving data directly from the Essbase databases related to your HPCM model. For information, running reports is covered in Chapter 9 of the HPCM User documentation. The aim of this blog is to provide a quick guide to finding this data for reporting in the HPCM generated Essbase database in v11.1.2.2.x of HPCM.


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Wednesday Jun 27, 2012

HPCM 11.1.2.x - Outline Optimisation for Calculation Performance

When an HPCM application is first created, it is likely that you will want to carry out some optimisation on the HPCM application’s Essbase outline in order to improve calculation execution times. There are several things that you may wish to consider.

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Friday Dec 16, 2011

HPCM 11.1.2 - Optimising Calculations in HPCM for Multiple POVs

Calculation scripts in Hyperion Profit and Cost Management (HPCM) are generated and executed by user Point of View (POV) e.g. by Period, , Year, Scenario and Version combination. Therefore, if your model is, for example, a forecast year, you will need to generate and execute 12 calculation scripts (i.e. one for each period). In v11.1.1.x code lines, generation of calculation scripts is done from the user interface. In 11.1.2.x code lines, it is also possible to use web services to automate the run of these calculation scripts.

The previous paragraph is the supported method for generating and executing calculations. However, it is also possible to run user defined scripts on the model. In the same way, it is possible to edit the standard scripts i.e. to create custom user defined scripts. By doing this, it is possible to run 12 periods in a single calculation script execution rather than 12 separate calculation script executions. It is possible to do this if all 12 periods use the same assignments and driver selections. If this is the case, you only need to generate one calculation script, edit it and then execute this script, or scripts, if HPCM generates multiple scripts per stage, for all 12 periods. This requires only some minor customisation of the script.

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