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Oracle EPM (Hyperion) Software

Hyperion (Oracle EPM ) Software Options. Hyperion (Oracle EPM ) Software Options.

  • The Interactive Reporting Web client (Query Library plugin or Hyperion plugin) is recommended for the majority of campus data users. Installation of this web plugin allows individuals the ability to process queries published to the Work Space (Query Library), and create simple ad hoc queries to meet data needs.
  • The Interactive Reporting Studio (pc desktop client or Hyperion client) is recommended for those individuals who will be creating dashboards and advanced queries. Installation of the client requires installation of the Oracle client, current tnsnames.ora file, and Hyperion oce files (see below).

Overview of Clients provides a side-by-side table of each component of Interactive Reporting.

Software access is provided after completion of the Authentication Application.

Required installs for Interactive Reporting Studio (pc desktop client):

Oracle client. Contact your IT person or the UWM Help Desk (4040) for installation.

Oracle tnsnames.ora. If you haven’t done this before, please contact your IT person for help with selecting, downloading, and installing this file. Please note that this link will open in a new window or tab, and you must be connected to the UWM campus wired network to reach the link. If you are not connected to the wired campus network, the new window/tab will show an error.

Hyperion oce files. Open Catalog Extension files (OCE files) store information used to connect to databases–individuals using the Hyperion client will need these files to access warehouse data. If you receive an error about a missing connection file when trying to open a query or you don’t see a data source listed, please contact your area’s Reporting Representative for assistance. You will still need to have appropriate authorization for any data you wish to access; check the Data and Authorization section for more information.

Map the WeRit Drive

Instructions for Mapping the WeRit Drive