Monday Feb 25, 2013

Patch (6.5.1.1.103) Released for our old friend Hyperion Enterprise

(in via Mel)

Are you still using the Oldie but Goldie Hyperion Enterprise product?
Then you will be pleased to know that Oracle has just released  the 6.5.1.1.103 Patch Set Update as  Patch:16310606

A few words from the readme file:

Hyperion Enterprise Release 6.5.1.1.103 is a partial installation release. This patch is a cumulative and includes all fixes of PSU 6.5.1.1.101 and PSU 6.5.1.1.102.

You can apply this patch to the following releases:

  • Hyperion Enterprise Release 6.5.1.1.000
  • Hyperion Enterprise Patch Set Update 6.5.1.1.101
  • Hyperion Enterprise Patch Set Update 6.5.1.1.102

This patch set can be used with these Web browsers:

  • Firefox 2.0.0.3, 3.5.x and 3.6.x
  • Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0 and 8.0
This patch is available in the following languages:

  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Japanese
  • Korean
  • Russian
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Spanish
  • Traditional Chinese.

If you have any questions, why not post them to the Hyperion Enterprise and Hyperion Enterprise Reporting Community?

Friday Jan 27, 2012

Hyperion Enterprise - Statement of direction

Did you ever wonder what route your Hyperion Enterprise installation will go?
If you suspected that it has to pay its dept to nature at some point, you are right.

We now have an official answer to the question in a statement from Product Management.

See  Doc ID 1396504.1

From the Document:
"As of December 2012 Oracle Hyperion Enterprise and Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Reporting will be placed on controlled availability. [...] Oracle Hyperion Enterprise and Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Reporting release 6.5.1.1 is the terminal release of these products. Support for these products will follow the published Oracle Lifetime Support Policy guidelines. "

Oracle recommends to "address financial consolidation and reporting requirements" via HFM

As HFM has been around for quite a while and Hyperion Enterprise is somewhat old(-ish) software this does not come as a surprise, since it is a long anticipated step in software development.

Having said that, it is still somewhat sad to see an old friend getting retired.


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Authors:

italia.nowodworska@oracle.com
paul.anderson@oracle.com





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