Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Hyperion Online Docs now integrated into the Oracle site

In responding to a question on the Oracle Technical Network (OTN) this morning, I found the Hyperion online documentation has now been integrated into the Oracle website. It also appears to be very well organized. In fact, I am going to bookmark this site as soon as I finish this post.

The docs are online at http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E10530_01/doc/index.htm.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Do you know where to access the White Papers and third party utilities?

Thanks.

Tim Tow said...

I don't know where the whitepapers and third party utilities are. I will make some inquiries to find out and post a new blog entry if I find out.

Tim

DANNY said...

Do you Know any easy tuition documentation


hope this help
thank u very much

Tim Tow said...

I am sorry but I don't understand your question. Could you please explain your question?

Tim

Anonymous said...

where can we find documentation for older versions like 7x..as the link is for system 9

Tim Tow said...

I haven't seen the older versions of the documentation available online but, frankly, I never really used it that way anyway. I have always preferred to install the docs locally so I always have them handy (even when on an airplane).. I checked recently and the docinstaller for 7.1.x is still available on the Hyperion Download Center (but you must have a login/password to get to it).

Tim