Tag: Business Analyst
The 2012 Olympic Games is in its second week in London. This the second in a two-part series looking various sports in the London Olympic Games and who in the U.S. participates in them.
The 2012 Olympic Games are currently underway in London. The estimated 10,500 athletes will be competing in 302 events in 26 sports. This is a two-part series looking at various sports in the London Olympic Games and athletes from the U.S. participating in them. Continue reading
It’s UC week and the Business Analyst team has been hard at work getting the latest releases prepared so that we can show you some new features. We’re hosting several Demo Theaters and Tech Workshops throughout the week showcasing what’s … Continue reading
… please be aware that the 2011/2016 Esri USA Data Update that recently shipped for Business Analyst should only be installed on ArcGIS 10.0.
We are hard at work preparing for a summer release of the 10.1 version of Business Analyst… which can be installed with ArcGIS 10.1.
Here’s a sneak peek at the improved Report Editor in Business Analyst 10.1…
Customers of Business Analyst USA… keep an eye out… your data update is on its way…
This tiny little flash drive is packed with loads of new data (not just demographics… but business locations, shopping center locations, streets and geocoding data)… and it’s all in the newly released Census 2010 geography. Also in the update are… Continue reading
We are happy to announce that additional 2011 data has been released on Business Analyst Online. The following updates are now available:
2011 Tapestry Data in 2010 Geography
The 2011 Tapestry data is now available in the Tapestry Segmentation Area Profile and the Dominant Tapestry Map. This data is now available in 2010 geography.
Are you a consumer that purchases DVDs of your favorite movies or do you stream/download videos exclusively?
The market for home movie watching has changed and become extremely competitive. Continue reading
At the end of 2011, the Business Analyst team created a blog series about importing and using your own data in Business Analyst. We received great feedback on this series and decided to make it available in a whitepaper.
We hope you’ll find this useful when bringing in external data and using it in Business Analyst.
The Business Analyst team
By: Chris Wilcox
In this blog I will walk you through a common use case of the Business Analyst Server Diagnostic Utility. For this use case blog, I have improperly setup Business Analyst Server 10 SP 3 in a way that everything works except for the Upload Utility. There are several configuration changes that need to be made in order for the Upload Utility to work. I will use the Diagnostic Utility to find the problem.
When I try to upload, I see the following error message. Continue reading
A Diagnostic Utility is available on the Resource Center to provide more insight into configuration and data issues. It points you to the component of Business Analyst Server that may not be configured correctly and could be causing technical issues. This utility is available here.
Downloading will provide a ZIP file. Extract the contents of the ZIP file to your computer. There is a folder named “Diagnostic Utility” and a Word document named “Diagnostic Utility Info.docx”. Diagnostic Utility Info.docx explains the tests in the Diagnostic Utility. The Diagnostic Utility folder contains the files that make up the Diagnostic Utililty. Right-click on BAServerDiagnosticUtility.exe and choose “Run as Administrator” to guarantee the most accurate results while using the Diagnostic Utility.
It is highly recommended to download this utility and run it before calling Technical Support. It could help reduce the amount of time of your Technical Support call or even point you to the problem and help you resolve the problem on your own.
The Diagnostic Utility was built to help resolve problems that we have encountered. In order to help improve future releases of the Diagnostic Utility, please provide feedback to Technical Support or on the Business Analyst Server Forums.
Stay tuned for a blog that walks you through a use case demo using the Business Analyst Server Diagnostic Utility.