I am exploring the new features on Planning 184.108.40.206. When I tried the rolling forecast on sample application by accessing through workspace I was able to do the Rolling forecast setup on data forms. However when I open the same application by accessing the Planning URL(port: 8300) instead of workspace I see 220.127.116.11 GUI. On the data form there is no option for rolling forecast, nor setting the substitution variable which are available through workspace. Similarly the charts are visible through workspace on a composite form however same form when opened through Planning link shows data forms instead of chart.
I am using IE9 as the new features are better support in this IE versions as recommended by Oracle.
Found this strange as same application is opened through workspace and planning link.
I wanted to confirm if the new features are supported only through workspace and not through direct planning URL. Let me know if there is any setting to be done so that I am able to see the new feature when working through planning url directly.
Thanks in advance
Edited by: SN on Jul 12, 2012 12:13 PM
Edited by: SN on Jul 12, 2012 12:14 PM
In my current instanace application look and feel and the new features are available when accessed through workspace. Whereas if I access the same application through the Planning url ( http://<server name>:8300/HyperionPlanning/LogOn.jsp) I cannot see the rolling forecast setting option on data forms, the charts are not displayed on composite form, nor the substitution variable tab is available.
Infact the same application when opened through the Planning URL has the look and feel of 18.104.22.168 whereas the application when opened through workspace shows the 22.214.171.124 GUI.
Please let me know if you also observe this.
Edited by: SN on Jul 12, 2012 4:22 PM
If you go direct to planning you should still get the ADF functionality like if you went through workspace, I tested it with IE9 and firefox though you should really be going through workspace to make sure you get full functionality.