I have a question regarding an article posted in Oracle Magazine, that perhaps someone here will be able to answer.
The article is located here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/issue-archive/2010/10-sep/o50bi-165473.html
Having only worked with BSO applications, I'm brushing up on ASO. Thought I'd follow the exercise in the article above.
However, when I do the dataload, I receive: Aggregate storage applications ignore update to derived cells.  cells skipped (as one would expect with ASO).
Then, when trying to create the first calc script in the article, I receive Error: 1012686 Calculation scripts are not supported in aggregate storage applications.
Both Essbase and EAS are 220.127.116.11.
What have I missed?
If you're using the file and the outline from the article I suspect you can safely ignore that dataload warning. I assume from your comment that you already know what it means.
At exactly what point in the process do you receive the 'Calculation scripts are not supported...' error? I can use the EAS editor to create and then 'Save As' calculation scripts to ASOsamp in my 18.104.22.168 environment, but I get that error if I try to validate. The EAS editor is not really much use for creating ASO scripts anyway.