By TopDown Team
December 31st, 2015
We are announcing the runner up and most viewed blog post of 2015 together because they are Parts 1 and 2 in the series, Getting Started with DRM v220.127.116.11 by Jordan Wilcox, Senior Consultant. Getting Started with DRM v18.104.22.168 is a multi-part blog series that outlines everything you need to know to get started with Oracle Hyperion Data Relationship Management.
In Part 1 of the series, Jordan gives an overview of how to create a DRM application that you can ultimately use to manage and load metadata for Essbase. To read the blog post, click here.
In Part 2 of the series, Jordan reviews Versions, Hierarchies, Nodes, and Properties. According to the Oracle documentation, Data Relationship Management organizes sets of related data into versions. A version is a single, independent set of data that can represent a period of time or a business scenario. Data within each version is categorized into hierarchies, nodes, and properties. All data-related operations require selection of a version. To read the blog post, click here.
For more information about how to get started with Oracle Data Relationship Management, you can also view the recorded webcast Getting Started with DRM by the blogs author. This is a practical guide that walks through how to quickly get started with DRM. It shows you how to create and configure a DRM application for managing and loading metadata, and at the end of it, you will have some tips, tricks, and other information to help you avoid pitfalls and get up and running on DRM in no time.
To read the complete Getting Started with DRM v22.214.171.124 series, click here.
TopDown also has a number of DRM resources available on our website. To view them, click here.
And with that, we’ll conclude the “Top 10 TopDown Consulting Blog Posts of 2015” by saying thank you for reading and Happy New Year!