Using Pulse to Connect to PA models in the IBM cloud tenant

pulse
planninganalytics

#1

With the latest version of Pulse v5.7.7 is it possible to connect to a running of Planning Analytics in the BM cloud?

What are the steps that would make this work?


#2

Hi @gerald.grogan,

No, that isn’t possible at the moment. We are working on rebuilding Pulse to enable support for the IBM cloud. No ETA yet but we will give an update later in the year.


#3

Any updates on when Pulse will have the ability to connect to Planning Analytics in the IBM cloud tenants?


#4

Hi Gerald,

It is being worked on by the Team, during the process we have identified a few issues in the REST API that need to be fixed before Pulse will work in a cloud environment (i.e. where Pulse only has access to the REST API and not local resources). We are hoping these will be fixed in TM1 11.4. No ETA yet but it is the top priority.


#5

Thanks for the reply.
I am confused by the version you are referencing. How did you arrive at TM1 v11.4?

I was of the understanding that the most recent version of Planning Analytics is v2.0.5.
https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SSD29G_2.0.0/com.ibm.swg.ba.cognos.tm1_nfg.2.0.0.doc/c_rel_notes_planning_analytics_2_0_5.html


#6

Hi Gerald,

It is confusing the numbering, internally the TM1 server has a version and then PA has its own number. TM1 v11.3 is PA 2.0.5. If you are using Arc you can see the TM1 version on the Configuration page, this comes directly from TM1.