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New: Planning Command Utility operation

PerformancePoint Server 2007

Updated: 2009-04-30

Use the new command to create metadata structures for: Application, Model, ExchangeRate, Financial, SharesFinancial, Assumption, Dimension, and Hierarchy.

NoteNote:

You must be a member of the modeler role to use this command.

Syntax

ppscmd new [switches]

Command switches

Parameters

Parameter Required? Description

/type <ObjType>

Yes

Specifies the type of object.

/label <ObjLabel>

Yes

Specifies the label of the object.

/server <ServerUri>

No

Specifies the server URI to connect to. The defaults are those used by Planning Business Modeler.

/application <AppLabel>

No

Specifies the application to open. The defaults are those used by Planning Business Modeler.

/site <SiteLabel>

No

Specifies the model site to open. The default is the Modeler default model site.

/parent <ParentObj>

Yes

Specifies the label of the parent object. This parameter is needed only for creating a hierarchy.

/name <ObjName>

No

Specifies the name of the object. The default is the label.

/desc <ObjDesc>

No

Describes the object used to create the application. The default is empty.

/rootsitelabel <Label>

No

Specifies the label of the application root site. This is used only when creating an application. The default is the application's label.

/rootsitename <Name>

No

Specifies the name of the application root site. This is used only when creating an application. The default is the root site label.

Flags

The following flag provides additional instructions to the server when used with the new command.

Flag Description

/Share

Shares the object. The default is not shared.

Return value

None

Remarks

The ObjType can be one of the following: Application, Model, ExchangeRate, Financial, SharesFinancial, Assumption, Dimension, or Hierarchy.

Examples

The following command-line examples show the use of the new command.

ppscmd new /type app /lab app1 /rootsitelabel app1rootsite

ppscmd new /type hierarchy /app app1 /site site1 /lab hierarchy1 /parent dim1

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See the full list of available books at Downloadable content for PerformancePoint Planning Server.

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