Working with Jake Turrell always benefits me in many ways. Jake found a fantastic way to minimize the effort it takes to create test accounts for testing and training Planning users. You no longer have to create new multiple accounts. “During the testing phase of most Planning implementations, developers need to create test user accounts. […]
For most Essbase applications, user and group security will be a necessity. Here are the steps to set up individual filters and then apply them to a group in Shared Services.
Creating security filters and assigning them to different users/groups can be a time consuming process, especially if it is done manually. Luckily, there are some simple MaxL statements that can be used to significantly expedite the process. Here are the 3 that I’ve found to be most useful:
- Create Filter
- Alter Filter
- Grant Filter
In Hyperion 18.104.22.168, there is a change in how security is deployed. If you are having an issue deploying Planning security with Essbase adhoc access, and the user can’t
- Access Essbase Adhoc
- Access FR reports using an Essbase connection
- Access Essbase directly
you are not alone.