Planning Analytics 126.96.36.199 - December 21, 2021
IBM® Planning Analytics Local version 188.8.131.52 and the cloud release of IBM Planning Analytics with Watson™ version 184.108.40.206 includes updates for IBM TM1® Server version 11.8.9.
IBM Planning Analytics with Watson version 220.127.116.11 includes numerous improvements and defect fixes, as well as the changes noted here.
Timeline of previous Planning Analytics releases
- Planning Analytics Local TM1 Server
- Planning Analytics Workspace
- Planning Analytics for Microsoft Excel
- Planning Analytics Spreadsheet Services/TM1 Web
SkipLoadingAliases server configuration parameter no longer supported
As of Planning Analytics 18.104.22.168, the
SkipLoadingAliases parameter to Tm1s.cfg is not supported. If
this parameter is present and enabled in your Tm1s.cfg file, it is ignored.
Introduction of HTTPOriginAllowList server configuration parameter
This parameter sets a comma-delimited list of external origins (URLs) that are trusted and can access the TM1 server. For more information, see HTTPOriginAllowList.
RedHat Enterprise Linux 8.x support
Planning Analytics 22.214.171.124 introduces support for RedHat Enterprise Linux® 8.x. Support for RedHat Enterprise Linux 7.x continues as well.
Error when attempting to start the TM1 server in console mode on Windows Server 2012
Due to a load order issue with an IBM-built wrapper library of openssl: libibmcogcrypto.dll, an attempt to start the TM1 Server in console mode (direct execution of Tm1s.exe) fails on Windows 12.
After attempting to start the server, you receive an error indicating that the Admin Server cannot start due to the missing libibmcogcrypto.dll file.
This issue occurs only on Window 12. The issue will be addressed in the next release of Planning Analytics after 126.96.36.199.
IBM Planning Analytics TM1 Web 2.0.69 no longer supports the Workspace Classic Experience
IBM Planning Analytics TM1 Web 2.0.69 and later releases no longer support embedded Websheets in Planning Analytics Workspace (PAW) books without the PAW New Experience.
Planning Analytics on Cloud environments can use either the PAW Classic or New Experience. Classic Experience for Planning Analytics Local refers to the user experience in PAW 2.0.55 and earlier releases.
The PAW New Experience was released in October 2020 as part of the 2.0.56 update for Planning Analytics on Cloud and 2.0.57 for Planning Analytics Local. This new experience showcases a new look and feel, improves navigation and content management, and introduced the Applications and Plans, and Predictive Forecasting capabilities.
Planning Analytics on Cloud customers that are using the PAW Classic Experience with Websheets that are embedded in books, should avoid updating to TM1 Web 2.0.69 or higher. If an upgrade to TM1 Server is required for a Planning Analytics on Cloud environment, contact IBM Support to discuss the version of TM1 Web packaged with the TM1 Server upgrade.