Comment Policy

Hello, and welcome to my blog.

Comments are welcomed and encouraged, with these caveats:

  • Comments need to be relevant to what I post about.  This blog's primary focus is on Oracle EPM / Hyperion on-premises installs and troubleshooting.
  • Commenting first about the post's content, but then following up by peppering me with many questions about how to fix your on-premises Oracle EPM / Hyperion install will be considered as "give me free consulting" and I'll stop answering your questions at some point.  If you wish to purchase either consulting or "911" help to get your install back on track, visit my LinkedIn profile.  I'm happy to help and will teach you the "why" along the way.  Consulting would go through the company I work for until such time as I go independent.
  • I have a high Google ranking for my narrow industry focus; posting meaningless comments ending with a link back to your own site will be considered SEO abuse, marked as spam and deleted.
  • If you want to ask a question relevant to what I posted about, and I provide a helpful answer...  By all means include a link back to your own site/blog in your follow-up comment.

Thanks for keeping the EPM on-premises community alive and healthy!  As of this writing, we have until DEC 2030.  Who knows how things will change between now and then?

Dave Shay - August 22, 2020