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  • Date: June 10, 2020
  • Article by: Joe Malewicki

As a professional Oracle Hyperion EPM infrastructure consultant we have sometimes been stumped by the misbehaving of the Oracle HTP Server (OHS) to WebLogic Managed Servers traffic proxying as deployed within the Oracle Hyperion EPM configuration at clients.  There are occasions in which we just can’t figure out why things aren’t “communicating” like they should.  So, from our little bag of tricks we pull out the old “how to debug the traffic” card and realize that we always forget these simple yet powerful settings.  Hence, the reason I’ve created this blog post!

My memory is going the older I get so after writing and publishing this, I have a place of my own to find these simple steps for those future pesky troubleshooting engagements.

It’s important to note that these procedures will work for Fusion Middleware (FMW) 11g as is embedded and deployed with the oracle Hyperion EPM System 11.1.2.0, 11.1.2.1, 11.1.2.2, 11.1.2.3, and finally 11.1.2.4.  These precures are not applicable for the newly released Oracle Hyperion EPM System 11.2.0 or 11.2.1 as those new versions come with the newer Fusion Middleware (FMW) 12c.  I’ll post another blog with the procedures for that release shortly.

For the context of this blog we are using oracle Hyperion EPM System 11.1.2.4 running on Windows 2012.

Start by creating a target location for the debug logs.  The name is arbitrary just remember wat you called it and where it’s located on the file system as this will be required in the coming steps.

1-Create new directory or folder in Windows
1-Create new directory or folder in Windows

Backup your existing mod_wl_ohs.conf file.  Depending upon which configuration option you selected when deploying the Oracle Hyperion EPM System, this file could be located on the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) under the config\OHS folder:

C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\<YourInstanceNameHere>\httpConfig\ohs\config\OHS\ohs_component\mod_wl_ohs.conf
2-Standard mod_wl_ohs conf file location
2-Standard mod_wl_ohs conf file location

Or this file could be located under your customized shared EPM folder for the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) if you chose that option during the Web Server configure task of the config process.  If you’re not sure, take a look at the httpd.conf file for your OHS instance and find the “include section down towards the bottom of the file.  This will give you the currently configured location.  **NOTE** if you have more than one Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) you should confirm on each server this location and ensure they match and point to the same place. If they don’t you need to update each server’s version of the files for context of this blog post.

C:\Oracle\Middleware\user_projects\Foundation1\httpConfig\ohs\config\OHS\ohs_component\httpd.conf
3-Standard OHS httpd conf file location
3-Standard OHS httpd conf file location
include "moduleconf/*.conf"

<VirtualHost *:19000>
    include "//11124-prd/EPMShared/OHS/mod_wl_ohs.conf"
    Include "//11124-prd/EPMShared/OHS/epm_online_help.conf"
    Include "//11124-prd/EPMShared/OHS/epm_rewrite_rules.conf"
    Include "//11124-prd/EPMShared/OHS/epm.conf"
    Include "//11124-prd/EPMShared/OHS/deflate.conf"
</VirtualHost>
4-httpd conf file include section
4-httpd conf file include section

In all of our deployments we use the shared EPM location for the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) web server configuration task.  This removes the need for us to re-rerun that web server task whenever a change is made to the Oracle Hyperion EPM System software configuration, the OHS files just get updated automatically.

\\<ServerName>\EPMShared\OHS
5-Shared mod_wl_ohs conf file location
5-Shared mod_wl_ohs conf file location

We copied our mod_wl_ohs.conf file to mod_wl_ohs.conf-ORIG:

6-Backup Shared mod_wl_ohs conf file location
6-Backup Shared mod_wl_ohs conf file location

Edit the mod_wl_ohs.conf file to include the OHS logging parameters as required for the WebLogic LocationMatch section of the WebLogic Managed Server you want to debug traffic for.  Note this log will fill up pretty quick so if you are troubleshooting multiple products communication proxy/web traffic, we suggest creating a separate file for each product’s WebLogic LocationMatch for easier analysis.

Add the appropriate Debug and WLLogFile location parameters using the location you created in the first step above.  The file name and extension of the log itself is arbitrary so we just use a snippet of the WebLogic managed Server we are debugging for in the name with a .log extension. The content being recorded is in plain text.

A very informative (and way to wordy) technical reference guide to these parameters can be found on Oracle’s published documentation website:

https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E28280_01/web.1111/e10144/directives.htm#CIHCACHB

Parameters to add/modify:

Debug ON
WLLogFile C:\MyDebugLogs\OHS-CalcMgr.log

Sample section of one Calculation manager product LocationMatch AFTER adding/updating the required Debug and WLLogFile parameters:

<LocationMatch ^/calcmgr>
    SetHandler weblogic-handler
    WeblogicCluster 11124-PRD:8500
    WLIOTimeoutSecs 14400
    Idempotent OFF
    WLSocketTimeoutSecs 600
    Debug ON
    WLLogFile C:\MyDebugLogs\OHS-CalcMgr.log
</LocationMatch>
7-Edit LocationMatch for mod_wl_ohs conf file
7-Edit LocationMatch for mod_wl_ohs conf file

For the updates to take effect you must restart the oracle HTTP Server (OHS) on each server where you are trying to debug traffic from.  Since we are using Windows, we will use the Windows services.msc control panel and perform a restart of the Oracle Process Manager (ohsInstance####) Windows service:

8-Restart Oracle HTTP Server-OHS from Windows Services
8-Restart Oracle HTTP Server-OHS from Windows Services

To test your Debug and WLLogFile settings log into the product you are experiencing issues with and a new Debug log file should be created in the path and with the name you specified in the LocationMatch section for the WLLogFile section.

9-Open Oracle Hyperion EPM Calculation Manager screen
9-Open Oracle Hyperion EPM Calculation Manager screen
10-WLLogFile Debug file output location for Calculation Manager screen
10-WLLogFile Debug file output location for Calculation Manager screen

If you open and take a look at the WLLogFile Debug output, you will now see any info and error messages being sent from the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) web traffic proxy to the WebLogic Managed Server (in our example Calculation Manager).

11-WLLogFile Debug file output for Calculation Manager screen
11-WLLogFile Debug file output for Calculation Manager screen

Happy debugging!!!

We hope this Oracle Hyperion EPM System technical blog post/article was helpful and as always, we appreciate any and all feedback!  If you need any assistance, please know we are always here 24×7 and would happy to help with your Infrastructure needs!

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  • Date: Jul 07, 2020
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  • Date: June 1, 2020
  • Article by: Joe Malewicki

Whether you’re a small business owner, a home-gown independent software developer, my middle school aged on trying to make his own Minecraft server, a college student needing a new term paper topic or the CIO of a global fortune 100 enterprise, Oracle has made it simple for you to explore the full feature set of their Gen-2 Cloud Infrastructure offerings.  As is the case with some of those “other” IaaS players, Oracle now offers a new “Always Free Services” tier for anybody and everyone!   To sweeten the pot, depending upon when you sign up, we’ve seen Oracle granting free Oracle Cloud Infrastructure credits to new accounts anywhere from $300-$500 USD ($300 is the standard) – something I haven’t those “other” IaaS providers even come close too offering.  

This little monetary freebie is a great way to check out almost all of the services they offer!  (just don’t forget to turn things off and remove them or like a good taxicab – the meter will keep running!!!).

Let’s get started!!!

Launch a web browser (we find that Chrome works best with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) interfaces and enter the URL for Oracle’s Cloud Infrastructure Free Tier Account page.  If the URL below no longer works., simple open your favorite search engine and search for “Oracle Cloud Free Tier” and it should be one of the top few results.

https://www.oracle.com/cloud/free

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Oracle cloud free tier searching google.com
Oracle cloud free tier search results from google.com search
Oracle cloud free tier search results from google.com search

Click either the “Start for free” button or the “Try Oracle Cloud Free Tier” button.  They both bring you to the sign-up screen for new accounts.

Oracle cloud new always free services welcome screen
Oracle cloud new always free services welcome screen

On the “Sign Up for Oracle Cloud” screen you will see the current Always Free Services offers at the top of the page (green box).  Fill in the form fields below.

Select your “Country/Territory” from the dropdown list.

Enter a your valid “Email Address” in the field (notice the green check marks validates the address is acceptable).

Click “Next”

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account

On the “Enter Account Details” screen you will need to enter your personal or company details.  If you select “Company Use” then the mandatory “Company Name” field will display under the contact details section below.  For purposes of this Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Tutorial Series we will be using the “Personal Use” account.

Fill in the form fields as required:

Cloud Account Name:  

joeociarchitect

(This will become the name of your “Tenancy” name and cannot be changed).

Home Region:

US East (Ashburn) – Always Free Eligible

(Normally select the closet OCI “Region” to the mass of your user base.  This “Home Region” cannot be changed once it is selected and your tenancy has been setup however you can always deploy resources to any OCI Regions which you choose to subscribe too after account creation is complete.  There is no additional cost to subscribe to multiple Regions once your OCI tenancy is setup.

It’s also important to understand which resources are available at which Regions.  Oracle’s “Always Free Services” are only available in specific Regions.  You can find that list of resources per Region here.

First Name:

Joe

Last Name:

OCIArchitect

Address:

PO Box 12345

City:

Monroe

State:

Connecticut

Zip/Postal Code:

06468

Country/Territory:

United States

Mobile Number:

(203) 555-1212

(The Mobile Number must be a valid cell number as it will be used to validate your authenticity for the new account.

Click the “Next: Verify Mobile Number” button.

Screen capture 1 of 2.

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen

Screen capture 2 of 2.

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure setup will send a text message to the mobile phone number entered on the previous screen.  You have 2 minutes to enter that code into the “Code:” field and then continue the process.

Code:

<enter your code here>

Click the “Verify Code” button to continue.

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen

On the “Enter Password” screen there is a long list of password complexity requirements.  Please take note of those requirements and try to come up with a password to meet those requirements.

Password:

************

Confirm password:

************
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen

Click the “Next: Payment Information” button to continue.

Oracle requires a valid credit card to create the account/tenancy.  There will be no charges to this card upfront HOWEVER make sure you keep on top of your usage.  Once you exceed the free $300 USD comp Oracle Credits, or pass your first 30 days of account access, you may incur charges for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources and services.  Just be conscious of your time and usage.  Oracle provides VERY easy tools to see your billing usage within the OCI console.

Click the “Add Credit Card Details” button to continue.

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen

Enter your valid credit card details and click “Finish” to continue.

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen

On the “Payment Information” confirmation screen, you should see a confirmation message stating that you provided your credit card details properly and are able to continue.

Check the box next to the “Edit Payment Method” confirmation message stating you agree to the terms and conditions….

Click the “Complete Sign-Up” button to continue.

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen

After a few minutes your new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) tenancy will be setup and a login screen will be displayed. In addition, you will receive and email confirmation from Oracle with your username (no passwords will ever be sent via email).

At this point your new account has been setup! Feel free to login and start playing!!!

Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
Oracle cloud new always free services screen-create account continued screen
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I hope you found this post helpful.  As always any and all feedback is greatly appreciated and if you have further topics to suggest or any questions, please contact us and we’ll be happy to assist!

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  • Date: May 19, 2020
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Sometimes the simple becomes complex, and you spend more time fixing the little things than expected.  Recently, a client was changing domain names in an 11.1.2.x environment, and issues were encountered with Reporting and Analysis Framework.  This issue will not pop-up in the new 11.2 versions, since Framework has gone the way of the Dodo.  But there are a LOT of clients still on earlier releases, and so this one is probably of some interest.

The EPM toolkit provides a couple of ways to update host values.  In particular, the EPMsys_Registry.bat application offers triggers to update both the hostname, and individual parameter values.  While it can be involved (since the update host change does not seem to update any localhost_name values), the process is straight-forward and well documented by Oracle.

Where an issue was encountered was in updating the V8 tables under Reporting and Analysis.  These values are set during the initial configuration of the system, and they are locked by various table/DB constraints, so editing them in SQL Plus or the Microsoft SQL Management Console is not easy.  Also, a re-configuration prior to the steps below did not update the domain/host values listed in the tables.

Instead, the process to update them requires deleting values in the Shared Services database, and then the BI/RA database.  In both cases, it is recommended that the contents be backed-up before proceeding with any changes.  

Once you have the backups in hand, you can follow the process below:

  1. Backup the RM1 folder (this is the file structure for Reporting and Analysis)
  2. Stop all services and run following two SQL statements against EPM registry database and RA/BIPLUS database

Execute the following statement against the EPM Registry (Shared Services/Foundation) DB/schema:

delete b from hss_component_property_values b where b.component_id in (select a.component_id from hss_component a where a.component_type_id in(49, 50,51,52,53,54,55,56,68))

Execute the following statement against the EPM Registry (Shared Services/Foundation) DB/schema:

delete a from hss_component as a where a.component_type_id in(49, 50,51,52,53,54,55,56,68) 

Execute the following statements against RA/BIPLUS DB/schema:

delete from v8_sa_props

delete from v8_serviceagent

delete from v8_host

Re-run the EPM configuration on hosts running the raframework agents, and select the following tasks:

  • Configure Database (note: select to reuse the tables instead of dropping and recreating)
  • Configure Framework Services
  • Configure Reporting and Analysis Services

Once the above is complete, you will now be able to start the various RA Framework services and successfully explore and execute reports.

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  • Date: May 15, 2020
  • Article by: Robert Barrett

Oracle has great tool to help you evaluate and compare different releases of Hyperion EPM. It covers releases back to 9.3.1 up to its newest release of 11.2.1.0.000. Using this tool, you will be able to see the products that continue to be available and the ones that have been discontinued. For those products that have not been discontinued the report will show what Oracle has done to improve the functionality and user interface of each Product.

If, for example, you were presently on Oracle EPM 11.1.2.3 and wanted to compare it with Oracle EPM 11.2.  Your first step would be to go to https://apexapps.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=20620:1:0 . 

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It is fairly straight forward from there. Please select your current release. Or the earlier version of the 2 you wish to compare. 

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I have chosen 11.1.2.3

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Next choose your Target version. Here I have chosen 11.2

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Now choose the Products you wish to compare. I have chosen to compare Calculation Manager, EPM Architect and Essbase. Then click on “Generate Report.”

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As you can see here it shows all the major changes and improvements that have been made up to the newest release requested.

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If you take a look at EPM Architect, you will see that the last release is shown to be in 11.1.2.4. Meaning that it is no longer available in later releases.

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As a further example, let’s look at Essbase.

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I hope this was helpful for you to get a look into your future. Please use this tool as a starting point to help you understand what EPM Products are available in newer releases. Feel free to contact iArch Solutions to answer any of your Hyperion EPM infrastructure and Application questions.

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  • Date: August 14, 2019
  • Article by: Elysha Daly
Microsoft and Oracle have some critical end of life dates quickly approaching.  Any customers running on the platforms listed below should begin to prepare for these upcoming support changes.  Contact us today to discuss how these support policy changes might affect your mission critical Financial Close, Budgeting and Reporting systems.

Microsoft product technology end of life dates:

  • Microsoft Windows 2008 Server – January 2020
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 – July 2019
  • Microsoft Office 2010 – October 2020

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Oracle EPM/Hyperion on-premise end of life dates:

  • 11.1.2.3.x – March 2018
  • 11.1.2.4.x – December 2020, extended support can be purchased through December 2021
  • 11.2.x – To be released September 2019,  support end of life date of December 2030 

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Oracle EPM/Hyperion Features Discontinued in 11.1

Hyperion Financial Management

Hyperion Planning

  • Financial Management Analytics
  • Essbase Analytics Link for HFM
  • Quantitative Management and Reporting for Solvency
  • Hyperion Strategic Finance (HSF)
  • Simplified User Interface (SUI)
  • Workforce Planning
  • Capital Expense Planning
  • Project Financial Planning
  • Offline Planning

Hyperion BI +

  • Interactive Reporting (IR)
  • Production Reporting (SQR)
  • Web Analysis (WA)

Additional

  • Disclosure Management
  • EPM Mobile
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  • Date: October 21, 2016
  • Article by: Robert Barrett

When bad things happen and you have to start troubleshooting, it is important to know what version of software you are using.  Whether you or someone else is doing the work, knowing what version or even the patch level of your system, will be required.  Below we have listed a few programs and how to find their versions.

Microsoft Excel

First, go to your “Start” menu and open your Microsoft Excel program.

 

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Second, select the “File” tab and  choose “Help.”  You will find the versioning information to the right.

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If you are using Smart View the information you will need is under the SmartView tab.

First, from Excel select your Smart View tab.

Second, Choose the “Help” option and then go to “About(z)…”

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The Smart View version will then  be displayed for you.

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To find your Operating System information go to your “Start” menu and select “Computer.”

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Second, right click on your “Computer” and choose “Properties.”

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Here you will find which operating system you are running on as well as your computer’s name and other vital information.

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In order to see what version your various Hyperion products are at, you will need to log into Workspace.

Second, click on the “Tools” option and choose “About Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System Workspace, Fusion Edition.”

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Third, select “Show Details.”

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You will be able to scroll through the various Hyperion products and their given patch levels.

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We at iArch Solutions hope you found this blog helpful.  Is there a question you want answered in a blog?  Send us your questions, comments and feedback.

APPLICABLE VERSIONS: 11.1.2.0, 11.1.2.1, 11.1.2.2, 11.1.2.3, 11.1.2.4

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  • Date: October 10, 2016
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Is your Hyperion Financial Management System running “slow?”  That’s good, because now you have a chance to “catch it” and maybe speed it up!!  If you have more than one HFM application server running against a Microsoft SQL Server backend for your database, then please follow these steps to either fix the issue or confirm that this is not causing the issue.

The standard procedure when using Microsoft SQL Server database as a repository for any Oracle Hyperion product is to run the following SQL query for all databases prior to configuring your software:

Set READ_COMMITTED_SNAPSHOT = ON
Set ALLOW_SNAPSHOT_ISOLATION = ON

This pre-requisite requirement can be found in the Oracle Enterprise Performance Management System Installation and Configuration Guide.

However, it has been recently discovered, that this database setting has potential negative performance impact on certain HFM Application tasks, such as consolidations.

Run the following SQL query against all existing HFM databases within your environment(s) to confirm the state of the current database setting.  If your results display a “1” or “on” then please proceed to our offered solution below.

select name, is_read_committed_snapshot_on, snapshot_isolation_state_desc from sys.databases

 

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Solution:

First, confirm that all Oracle EPM Service Software has been stopped.

Second, if possible, perform a restart of the Microsoft SQL Server Windows service to clear any orphaned processes.

Third, perform a cold back up of your HFM database.  ***This is a critical step***

Last, you will run the following SQL query against the HFM database.

alter database <HFM_DB>
set allow_snapshot_isolation off;
alter database <HFM_DB>
set read_committed_snapshot off;

 

In our example we changed the <HFM_DB> within the SQL query to EPM_FM, the name of our Financial Management database.

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Now you can go back and run this query again to confirm the change has taken hold:

select name, is_read_committed_snapshot_on, snapshot_isolation_state_desc from sys.databases

 

Please note the change in the EPM_FM state to “0” and “off.”

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When this process is complete, please go ahead and restart your Oracle EPM Service Software.  We always suggest you perform your standard validation to confirm that your environment is still functioning properly.  While there is no guarantee of the amount of performance improvement, through our own testing, we were able to see a client’s Financial Management consolidation process reduced from over 2 hours to approximately 15 minutes.

We at iArch Solutions hope you found this blog helpful. Is there a question you want answered in a blog?  Send us your questions, comments and feedback.

APPLICABLE VERSIONS: 11.1.2.4

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  • Date: June 24, 2016
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Over the last few weeks Oracle has announced the release of three Patch Set Updates for multiple products.  There was one for Oracle Hyperion Calculation Manager 11.1.2.4.006, one for Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management 11.1.2.4.121 and one for Hyperion Essbase 11.1.2.4.010.

iArch Solutions is offering you a FREE, no obligation (yes we said FREE) Patch Analysis of your mission critical Oracle EPM/Hyperion Financial System of software.

So what are you waiting for?  Let’s jump on a quick web conference and we will perform an analysis of your system.  We will let you know which patches are missing and should be considered for application so that your Oracle EPM system is able to be the most stable, secure and best performing environment possible.  You have nothing to lose, so give us a call (203-880-4268) and schedule your free Patch Analysis today!

Check out the link below to see the prerequisites and additional information about theses PSUs.

https://blogs.oracle.com/proactivesupportEPM/entry/psu_essbase_11124010

 

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  • Date: June 24, 2016
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Over the last few weeks Oracle has announced the release of three Patch Set Updates for multiple products.  There was one for Oracle Hyperion Calculation Manager 11.1.2.4.006, one for Hyperion Profitability and Cost Management 11.1.2.4.121 and one for Hyperion Essbase 11.1.2.4.010.

iArch Solutions is offering you a FREE, no obligation (yes we said FREE) Patch Analysis of your mission critical Oracle EPM/Hyperion Financial System of software.

So what are you waiting for?  Let’s jump on a quick web conference and we will perform an analysis of your system.  We will let you know which patches are missing and should be considered for application so that your Oracle EPM system is able to be the most stable, secure and best performing environment possible.  You have nothing to lose, so give us a call (203-880-4268) and schedule your free Patch Analysis today!

Check out the link below to see the prerequisites and additional information about theses PSUs.

https://blogs.oracle.com/proactivesupportEPM/entry/psu_essbase_11124010

 

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  • Have you ever wondered if your Oracle EPM/Hyperion system is patched to date?
  • Did you know that Oracle releases a collection of security fixes for their products called “Critical Patch Updates” on the Tuesday closest to the 17th day of January, April, July and October?
  • Are you aware that Oracle Technical Support has the right to refuse assisting you on an issue if that issue has been addressed in a later Patch Set?
  • When was the last time your system was patched?

 

If these are questions that scare you, then give the experts at iArch Solutions a call.  For a limited time, we are offering you a FREE, no obligation (yes we said FREE) Patch Analysis of your mission critical Oracle EPM/Hyperion Financial System of software.

Let’s jump on a quick web conference and we will perform an analysis of your system.  We will let you know which patches are missing and should be considered for application so that your Oracle EPM system is able to be the most stable, secure and best performing environment possible.

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