Tag Archives: Excel
The Control Tab in Excel is a great way to keep system relevant variables for your TM1 Excel based reports.
Need to create a dynamic print area in a TM1 Dynamic Report or Active Form? Here are detailed instructions of exactly how to do this really easily!
Do you have Excel based TM1 reports with hard coded Excel SUM formulae? Or manually entered line descriptions on your P&L or Balance Sheet, or a General Ledger cube with negatives for credits and positives for debits, when your users want to see all positive values? Here’s a quick case study for what we achieved for a new client last week that delivers all this and enables the GL cube to be easily used in Planning Analytics Workspace.
Excel based TM1 Send Sheets are a wonderful way of having data that is calculated in Excel loaded automatically into TM1 on demand. Here we show how to create a send sheet and automate it so that it only runs when required.
Here we detail how to create a new connection in Planning Analytics for Excel (PAX) to a TM1 model or server with screenshots to guide you along the way.
TM1 and Excel can now share the same serial date system by the use of UseExcelSerialDate=T in your tm1s.cfg file. Here is the details on this development in Planning Analytics. This means that day number 1 is 1-Jan-1900 in both systems.
Use Active Forms to create dynamic list reports in Excel using TM1 data, that can be zero suppressed and allow users to expand and contract hierarchies.
How to install IBM Planning Analytics for Excel (PAX) onto a users PC. Detailed instructions with screenshots.
Launching CAFE or Planning Analytics for Excel (PAX) can cause errors if the PC is not configured to conform to IBM’s supported environment. Here we run through how to get it all sorted!
One of the most common requests for reports is to generate a list of top 10 for a dimension based on TM1 data. This makes sense considering level of data TM1 works best with; this could cover top 10 consumers, customers or top 30 SKUs at one particular outlet or within a brand. There are several ways to achieve that within TM1, the simplest way to do this within a … Continue Reading