A final note on some small(ish), cool features in Jedox 5.1. The new write back functionality allows you to directly write back to a cube via controls such as drop lists, hyperlinks and macros. If the target cell is a palo.data, Jedox will try to write the passed value into the intersection in the cube. Check out some examples here.
And web report fans will be happy (and relieved) to have available to them a custom colour palette and palette history:
The Jedox 5.1 release has been a solid step up from Jedox 5, bringing with it new innovative features to make the Jedox consultant’s life easier. I have highlighted a small selection of new functionality which enhances your existing Jedox toolset. There is a lot more here as well, such as Data Driven Modelling and R Integration which I will focus on separately in later posts. In case you missed them, here are the links to Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 posts on 5.1.