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[TM1Web] Hover on Websheet Chart to display underlying value
Many product can display the underlying value when hovering over the chart, but right now TM1Web cannot have this behaviour, a workaround is to either slice that to Excel or somehow create a supplementary report for data display, which is quite un...
Allow Exclude criteria to be directly specified in ADB2GEN
We are driving automation by dynamically building a list of objects to 'GEN' the DDL for. However we also need to dynamically build a list of objects to exclude. Currently ADB2GEN only allows reference to a pre existing exclude which has to be cre...
For very large (over 10GB) .cub and .feeder files, the time to load, save or process them could be substantially reduced were they partitioned and processed in parallel. For servers with 40 cores, the time savings can be significant. The obvious u...
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