Essbase - Standard dimensions

Essbase Overview


Standard dimensions represent the core components of a business plan and often relate to departmental functions.

Typical standard dimensions: :

  • Time,
  • Accounts (The Measure dimension),
  • Scenario (The formula dimension),
  • Product Line,
  • Market,
  • and Division.

Dimensions change less frequently than members.

Essbase allocate storage for standard dimension members.

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