Category Archives: Training Material
What are the options for TM1 training? Who are the providers for training in TM1? Do I have to sit in classrooms? Is there virtual training available for TM1? Can I get TM1 coaching? All these questions are answered in this explanation of how the TM1 training market works.
This blog shows the steps needed to establish an ODBO connection in order to transfer data between 2 cubes in different server instances.
I’m pleased to announce that TM1 Tutorials.com has had a complete rebuild and today we have launched the new site, just in time for IBM Information On Demand (IOD). Please head on over to the new and improved TM1 Tutorials.com and see for yourself what all the fuss is about! You can also track our progress at IOD by following @TM1Tutorials on twitter. The new TM1 Tutorials website is now … Continue Reading
When I started this site’s predecessor, TM1Tutorials.com, as a freelancer I was happy to cater to the need for non biased technical resources which solve real world problems. Back in Jul 2012 I joined Infocube as Director and Principal Consultant with the intention of creating something bigger than myself. I’m happy to say that now we are a team of over 10 expert consultants and we are growing quickly. So… … Continue Reading
Introduction to TM1 Cafe – the new Excel based front end for TM1. How to use it with Flex Views and Exploration Mode.
Almost all TM1/Cognos Express applications will require a time dimension, and creating a time dimension has never been easier, with Time Dimension Tool provided in performance modeller. Here are a few simple steps:
TM1 model security can be applied and amended on an application using Performance Modeller, this includes security for cells, cubes, dimensions, processes and chores. Here’s how.
We are excited about the new TM1 release, 10.2. It has a lots of new features that will make life easier for TM1 modellers. One of the key new features is doing in-cube calculations on Performance Modeller. Here are a few things that you may find interesting and/or enjoy having.
Heres a visual guide to the new multithreading feature in IBM Cognos TM1 10.2. In the given example above the calculation stage of answering a request from a user takes up 99% most of the processing time for the request. So within TM1 10.2 the request calculation is split into chunks which are then delegated to separate CPU Cores. The enhanced performance can be calculated as: Where: ‘e’ is enhancement. … Continue Reading