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It would be good to have a function that returns the TM1 server name (the model name). If not, we need to store it in a system cube, or worse, hard-code it. For example, in a generic TI process for backups, we want to store the backups in a folder structure containing the name of the TM1 model. Or a zipfile name that contains the timestamp and the model name - to distinguish later on between files/folders. A function like TM1PRIMARYDBNAME (https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/planning-analytics/2.0.0?topic=wf-tm1primarydbname) goes in that direction but it would just the the model a certain TI process in running in. Or a rule in a cube. The workaround would be hardcoding , or putting it in a cube but then when migrating models one should again change that cube cell, or having a process loop through the TM1 server logs - that should not be needed IMO.
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