FIN 9.1 Upgrade - Information regarding PS Queries

| | Comments (0) | TrackBacks (0)

Attention Query Users:   The e*mpac Finance application is being upgraded in mid-November.  Please take note of the following details on the upgrade of queries.

 

Private Queries:

Existing

  • All existing private queries in Production 8.9 and Reporting 8.9 will be brought over to the corresponding 9.1 environment (Production or Reporting) on October 14. 
  • Any changes you make to those queries on or after October 14 will have to be made manually in 9.1 Production or Reporting after go-live.

    New

    • All new private queries created in Production 8.9 and Reporting 8.9 between October 14 and November 9 will be brought over to the corresponding 9.1 environment (Production or Reporting) at go-live.

    Public Queries

    • All existing public queries will be available in Production 9.1 and Reporting 9.1 at go live.
        •  


    Ad-hoc Report Run Controls, nVision Report Requests, and nVision Scopes

    • All the ad-hoc reports you run will be available in Finance 9.1.
    • All existing report requests, scopes, and run controls will be available in Production 9.1 and Reporting 9.1 at go live.
        •  

           

    If you have any questions regarding the above plan, please contact Maura Shield.

    0 TrackBacks

    Listed below are links to blogs that reference this entry: FIN 9.1 Upgrade - Information regarding PS Queries.

    TrackBack URL for this entry: http://blog.uml.edu/mt-tb.cgi/2044

    Leave a comment


    Type the characters you see in the picture above.

    Comment Policy

    Comments are welcome on University of Massachusetts Lowell blogs. Although the way in which comments are handled is up individual blog owners there are some guidelines to which all commenters should adhere:

    • Comments should not include swearing or profanity
    • Personal attacks against bloggers or other commenters will not be tolerated
    • Comments should not be defamatory or libelous
    • All commenters must supply a genuine email address. This will not be published.

    Other points:

    • Blog owners reserve the right to edit or delete comments that do not adhere to the guidelines above.
    • All comments are moderated before they appear on the blog.
    • A spam filter operates on all blogs. Sometimes genuine comments may get incorrectly marked as spam, especially if they contain a number of links. If this occurs please try to be patient, your comment will be approved when the blog owner reviews the spam.
     

    About this Entry

    This page contains a single entry by Richard Conley published on October 11, 2011 9:33 AM.

    Downtime Scheduled for Morning of Aug. 25 (Thursday) was the previous entry in this blog.

    ePro Fact Sheet for FIN 9.1 is the next entry in this blog.

    Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.

    Subscribe to feed Subscribe to this blog's feed