I’ve been asked a number of times whether we can run existing “on premises” rules files in OAC, and also run in OAC using a SQL data source.
We’ve tested out both of these features and both work well:
- Use Essbase 126.96.36.199 SQL based rules files
- Developing them off-line on an on-premises install in EAS
- Setting the SQL connection string to be a substitution variable
- Deploy them to OAC
- Update the substitution variable to point to the cloud RDBMS
alter application 'TBC' set variable 'OCIString' 'QUBIXDB:1521/pdb1.a28217.oraclecloud.internal'; import database 'TBC'.'TBC' data connect as 'admin' identified by 'password' using server rules_file 'data' on error write to 'c:\eastemp\data.err'; execute aggregate process on database 'TBC'.'TBC' stopping when total_size exceeds 10;