Richard Conley: October 2011 Archives

A newsletter announcing the arrival of Summit for Finanical reporting is being sent to users who have been granted access to the Summit application.   Essentially, this includes all current e*mpac users who previously had access to PeopleSoft reporting or the FAIR reporting tool.

Summit Newsletter - Fall 2011_v3.pdf

 

Users can also check out the training information in the "Information for Departmental Users" section of the e*mpac web page.

This communication was sent via email distribution to all finance system users today.

 

Finance 9.1 Upgrade Update.pdf

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

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