In this post I show how to create an Essbase report that automatically changes when your hierarchies change using Workbook Scripting.
In this post I show how to create an Essbase MDX Script in Dodeca that can be leveraged in Workbook Scripts.
In Part Three of Three in this series I will show how to add a right-click menu to an existing Essbase View in order to quickly lookup Data Audit Log information.
In Part Two of Three in this series, I’m going to show how to set up a Dodeca View that will display Data Audit Log information.
All of the data that is submitted to Essbase using Dodeca is logged and auditable. It doesn’t matter if the data is sent to an ASO or BSO cube, it gets tracked. Sometimes it’s usefully or even necessary to know who updated a number and when it happened. In this three part series I’ll explain how to set this up.