With Groovy, it is now simpler to connect to an external cloud service, skipping unnecessary calculations dynamically, processing data sets more efficiently than before, creating advanced computations, and improving error handling. I primarily discuss EPM Groovy, server-side EPM automation, IPM, and other topics in EPBCS (Planning and Budgeting).
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Secure Your Server-side EPM Automate with Encrypted Files Server-side EPM Automate has become a powerhouse for streamlining administrative tasks, but just like its client-side counterpart, it faces the critical challenge of secure connection establishment to Cloud EPM applications. Traditionally, this has been achieved through two methods: password strings and encrypted password files. While both serve…
In the world of business rule development, finding tools designed specifically for our needs can feel like a rare treat. Groovy offers script debugging with console logs, but what about regular business rules? Calculation Manager’s debug mode has its limitations, especially when functions get complex. Recently, I discovered a game-changer: the @CalcMgrLogMessageTrace function. It’s unlocked…
SEND EMAIL FEATURE both server-side and client-side EPM Automate supports the sendmail command to send custom email notifications to users. This is commonly used to summarize the tasks from scheduled jobs and inform system administrators of the job status PIPELINE IS AN AWESOME ADDITION With the new pipeline feature, which sends a well-formatted email with…
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