Tuesday Jul 30, 2013

Disabling Implied Share for an Essbase Application

Implied share is the default behavior in Essbase where a data relationship is shared explicitly between parent and child members in the outline. Implied share occurs when a parent has a single child or a parent has only one child of many children that consolidates to the parent in an Essbase outline.

If you need to disable all implied shares in a given outline, there is an Essbase configuration setting that can be set in the Essbase.cfg file. As part of the supported steps, it is recommended to rebuild the outline after the IMPLIED_SHARE <ApplicationName> FALSE setting is in place. This post it to help the field where in certain situations rebuilding the outline may be challenging. There is a way to set an existing outline to have implied share disabled, however, there are risks associated with these steps and no guarantee the metadata and data implied share setting are in sync. If there are any issues after following the “unsupported” steps, Oracle Support will require that the supported steps be followed first.

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