We are excited to release the Advanced TurboIntegrator Post Training Insight, CubeLockOverride, undocumented function
The IBM server team continues to improve IBM Planning Analytics/TM1 to meet various customer requirements, and sometimes features are developed that aren’t documented. This is one of them. Use this feature with care.
Advanced Rules Post Training Insight, Troubleshooting Feeders in TM1 with Emojis
Emojis can do more than just make your messages fun. They can also be used to highlight important information, as Emojis are supported by most softwares. In IBM Planning Analytics and TM1, they are supported by Architect, TM1 Web and Planning Analytics Workspace.
This article explains how to troubleshoot feeders in IBM TM1 and Planning Analytics with the help of Emojis.
Large global companies all face similar challenges when it comes to aligning their numerous teams to pull in the same direction. When you get to a certain size, you can’t simply rely on top-down directives anymore because it just doesn’t work at scale. There are too many moving parts and different incentives that make it very hard to achieve company-wide alignment through words alone.
Instead, you need to be able to rely on your workflows to maintain the sort of consistency and detail that makes for a more uniform strategic direction. That’s exactly the challenge that we’re going to discuss in this case study.
LAPP Group is a large family-owned business in Germany that supplies a wide variety of solutions in the field of cable and connection technology. They have 20 different production sites and over 40 different sales entities around the world, making it very challenging to maintain a unified vision and the appropriate performance management to keep everything on track.
As such, LAPP Group turned to Apliqo’s Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) software solutions.
The most popular way to access Arc is through a web browser but did you know that you can actually access Arc directly from inside Microsoft Excel?
The way that you can do this is by setting up Slice. Slice is a powerful Excel add-in that is very easy to install and uses Arc for the Cube Viewer and Subset Editor. In essence, when you are using Slice, you are basically getting the features of Arc right inside Excel plus some extra features brought by Slice itself.
We’ve all had that moment where we complete a migration of IBM Planning Analytics (TM1) objects and then when we start the TM1 instance, we realize that we forgot a dimension, an attribute cube, or a picklist cube. This can be very frustrating as it means that you have to stop everything and restart the target instance in order to include those missing elements.
The good news is that Pulse solves this issue – giving you the confidence to perform migrations without worrying that you’ll have to start over again.
Check the article to learn more on: – How does traditional migration work in TM1? – Cold promotion is made easier with Pulse – Never forget a TM1 object – What’s inside the offline package? – Advantages of using Pulse for cold promotion – Live Migration with Pulse
Features that are new in IBM® Planning Analytics with Watson™.
Planning Analytics Workspace
Find out what’s new or changed in the most recent release of IBM® Planning Analytics Workspace. The new features described here always reflect the full capabilities of Planning Analytics Workspace on cloud.
Set default background color for tabs You can now set a default background color for all tabs in a book. When you set a default background color, the same background color is used for any new tab that you add to the book. All existing tabs also use the default background color provided that they do not have their own color settings.