Thursday, March 11, 2021

EPM 11.2 - Your environment has been set

All releases of Hyperion / Oracle EPM through hosted on MS Windows Server do the following:

While this doesn't hurt anything, if you want to clean things do, do the following after you've finished deploying all of your WebLogic services.

Open regedit and export the Hyperion Solutions registry hive to your desktop.

Open this file in notepad/Notepad++ and do a Search->Replace.

Change Your environment has been set.; to nothing.  Save the modified .reg file.

Double-click the .reg file to import it back into your registry.

Do this on every server.

1 comment:

  1. You then may also want to remove these if cleaning, the paths don't exist anymore.

    They can look a bit different regarding path delimiter however, never removed them myself. But I added a check when I was creating my java 7 upgrade script to check the paths (I needed to find the real path to tools.jar to get what part of the path I had to change, since it was hidden as an 8.3 path). So I just outputted everything in the path that doesn't exist. Those two and the one you post about was it.


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