Istvan, what if I have a habit of putting all XSL stylesheets into XDATA blocks?

Excellent job!

it took me a little while, though, to figure out all dependencies, namely PYTHON that was not mentioned in the github instructions and fresh enough node.js.

But now everything works as expected now.

One wish: please add a button that would navigate back to the System Management Portal or open the dashboard in a new tab/window.

Thanks to Alexander, he found the potential bug (or a feature), the calculated measure definition shall not have "shared storage" selected!



I'm trying to follow your example on Cache 2016.2.1. but with no luck. Respectively, when I drag and drop pivot table rows and columns, I always get "no result" in the (single) cell.

However, when using the MDX supplied, it works fine. Looking at generated MDX when using drag'n'drop, the MDX looks completely different.

What am I doing wrong?



for me personally, the greatest benefit of custom SQL queries is that you don't need any (persistent) data, you can just generate it on the fly, either computing them or bringing from any arbitrary external system.



Bill, I'm having troubles launching the new Atelier on Windows 10, it says this:

any idea?

I have this java:

java version "1.8.0_111"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_111-b14)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 25.111-b14, mixed mode)



PS: Actually, colleague of mine has the same problem on his machine.

Probably not, as long as it inherits from correct parent. But then you need to make sure it's visible where it should (either via mapping or just copying to all namespaces needed)

Ricardo, we had direct communication about this issue. AFAIK, the last message from you was that you're all set. Can you please post an answer with description of what steps you took to fix the issue?

Or am I wrong? Thank you.

Dan Kutac