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When IBM changed from using Apache as their web server of choice, to using webshpere (Liberty profile) as the bundled web server, they chose to use a cookie name of jsessionID which is used when tm1web is accessed. When a user accesses Planning An...
Currently in PAW we don't have a display of Percentage in Stack Column chart which we would like to have it as seen in PAX. Kindly refer the screenshot taken from PAX which should have a similar display when viewed in PAW
IBM Planning Analytics localization to CZ/SK languages
Several customers in CZ/SK require localization of PAW content. The TM1 data model can be fully localized but they are missing localization of PAW menus, functions, admin tools etc.The localization is provided only by TM1 Applications web and PAX ...
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