if you ever loaded a .cho file in an editor this is what you would expect:
Before running the following script you need to setup a chore with a TI process to execute that line in Prolog:
/!\ Avoid using the SaveTime setting in tm1s.cfg as it could conflict with other chores/processes trying to run at the same time
here is the DOS backup script that you can schedule to backup your TM1 server
The following code will:
- load TM1 add-in
- hide the TM1 toolbars (most people do not need spreading, developer.. tools)
- log you on your TM1 server
- open the Server Explorer
- expand the applications and cubes
so you are just 1 click away from accessing your TM1 data :)
Replace the "\\path\to\tm1p.xla","server","user" and "password" strings to your own settings.
Private Sub workbook_open()
Publishing users' view is still far from a quick and simple process in TM1.
First, the admin cannot see other users' views.
Second, users cannot publish their own views themselves.
So publishing views always require a direct intervention from the admin, well not anymore :)
1. create a process with the following code
in Advanced->Parameters Tab