Friday Nov 08, 2013

November EPM Patch Set Updates released

(in via Greg)

Greg has provided us an updated listing of current patches for the EPM system.  These follow on from our previous Blog post last month in October [link].

17320505 - Oracle Hyperion Reporting and Analysis for Foundation - PSU 11.1.2.1.136
17413112 - Oracle Hyperion Planning, Fusion Edition - PSU 11.1.2.2.305
16345450
- Oracle Hyperion Reporting and Analysis for Financial Reporting - PSU 11.1.2.1.134
17609530 - Hyperion Essbase RTC - PSU 11.1.2.3.003
17609535 - Hyperion Essbase Server - PSU 11.1.2.3.003
17609533 - Hyperion Essbase Client - PSU 11.1.2.3.003
17609539 - Hyperion Essbase Client MSI - PSU 11.1.2.3.003
17609518
- Hyperion Essbase Administration Services Server - PSU 11.1.2.3.003
17609497 - Hyperion Essbase Administration Services Console MSI - PSU 11.1.2.3.003
17609493
- Hyperion Analytic Provider Services - PSU 11.1.2.3.003
16692973 - Oracle Hyperion Enterprise Performance Management - PSU 11.1.2.2.301
16984944 - Oracle Hyperion Financial Close Management - PSU 11.1.2.2.352
16989110 - Oracle Hyperion Financial Close Management - PSU 11.1.2.3.100
17636270 - Hyperion Strategic Finance - PSU 11.1.2.1.103


Be sure to review the related Readme files available per Patch Set Update.  These describe the defects fixed and/or updates included along with requirements and instructions for applying the patch. To access simply click on the "Read Me" button when accessing the PSU via My Oracle Support | Patches & Updates.


At any time to see listing of the latest Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) Patch Sets and Patch Set Updates for the current releases visit:

Doc ID 1400559.1 - Available Patch Sets and Patch Set Updates for Oracle Hyperion EPM Products
Doc ID 1525518.1 - Available Patch Sets and Patch Set Updates for Oracle Crystal Ball, DRM, FCM, HPCM and HSF

For OBIEE keep up to-date with the latest Patches and Patch Set Updates by visiting:

Doc ID 1488475.1 - OBIEE 11g: Required and Recommended Patches and Patch Sets



Wednesday Jun 05, 2013

How to read product versions: " .x" versus " +"

(in via Lia)

You may have come across the different ways that Development uses to indicate more than one version of a Product,

namely " .x" vs " +".

While working through our certification documentation some people came across this and had a little chat with Development about it. Here is the simple yet easy to understand response that they got:

" .x"
in
11.1.1.7.x, the "x" indicates to include:
11.1.1.7.1,
11.1.1.7.2,
...
11.1.1.7.9

" +"
in
11.1.1.7+, the "+" indicates any higher version of the same codeline e.g.
11.1.1.8.x,
11.1.1.9.x,
11.1.1.10.x

but not 11.1.2... nor 12...

One minimal yet important difference is, that the "+" usually is NOT separated by a dot, while the x is. So the versions referenced by the "+" are one level up from those referenced by the ".x"

We hope that this settles the question once and for all. So the next time you need to check a product compatibility via the product matrices or the certification tab, you will no longer have to worry about the question if JRE 1.6_34+ includes JRE 1.7_15 or not - you now know that it does not.

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Authors:

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





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