3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 29, 2011 4:16 PM by David Mendele

    Hyperion EPM: Will Oracle Express suffice for Shared Services and Registry?


      I'm trying to install Hyperion EPM on Linux to make use of the Hyperion Interactive Reporting server components to allow report scheduling, web delivery of reports, etc. My data sources will all be MySQL. I'm at the point where I'm attempting to use the EPM Configurator for setting up Shared Services and Registry Database Connection. It seems my options for choosing a database on which to allow Shared Services and Registry data to reside are limited to 3: Oracle, SQL Server or DB2 (noticeably absent is MySQL)

      So, it looks like I'm going to have to install an Oracle DB instance at the very least.

      My question is this:

      Can I get away with just installing Oracle Express for the Shared Services and Registry or will I have to install a full blown Oracle DB instance?


      -- Tom