Developers can lengthen the features of the typical Microsoft Dynamics CRM system by creating custom messages, with associated request/response classes, known as activities. Actions are a new type of processes to expand the vocabulary available for developers to express business processes. With core verbs like Create, Update, Delete, Retrieve, Associate, and Assign provided by the functional system, an action uses those core verbs to create more expressive verbs like Escalate, Approve, Route, and Schedule. If the definition of the action needs to change credited to changing business priorities, somebody who is not a developer can edit the action using the workflow application developer. Since these activities can be found through web service calls, they could be used from both inside the application form using a order action or from external applications.

The contents of the log are extremely different to what you have been used to with the old Essbase logs. You can even check the status of Essbase in the WebLogic admin system or using WLST. Though technically speaking it’s possible that the web application could be up and running but there is a concern with the agent which is avoiding it from starting.

Some of the Essbase components remain installed under a product’s folder similar to the current EPM structure. The Essbase ARBORPATH and location of the Essbase applications by default is /bidata/components/essbase, this is defined by an XML document that I will cover in more detail when I go through clustering.

As the Essbase Server (ESSSVR) have not transformed there are no shocks to how the applications operate and store metadata/data. All of the BI-configuration files are situated under the fmvconfig website directory and this is where in fact the essbase.cfg sits, keep in mind this is Essbase for BI and it doesn’t suggest it will connect with EPM though I suspect it might. There is a long list of car settings that are no more relevant in 12c and these are available in the documents.

So how about starting and halting Essbase. As Essbase is deployed in the BI WebLogic handled server then after the managed server is started then Essbase should also be started, the managed server can be managed by the WebLogic node manager also. Additionally if you only wished start/stop the Essbase this could be done from the WebLogic system then.

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Connecting to essbase can still be achieved in the same way as previously in Maxl. The documents recommend going through the finding URL that really is a like the method available in EPM via APS. This technique of linking becomes more relevant when working with Essbase clustering as it’ll determine the active agent node and then connect to it.

Not yet functionality comes in 12c due to the changes and they are protected in the records. It is not possible to shut down Essbase using Maxl definitely. Moving on to the next big change in 12c and one I am sure many will welcome is the security file finally being moved into the RDBMS.

The security document is definitely troublesome and I’ve lost count the number of the times I have seen it being corrupted and needing to resort to backup. From Essbase 11.1.2 some of the elements from the security document like users and organizations moved into the Shared Services database but unfortunately not absolutely all. The documentation Personally I think is being a bit biased to Oracle data source in its description.