In the pre 11.1.2 world of EAS it was simple to find out what users, server, profiles were being used in EAS as the information was all stored in XML files within the EAS storage directory.
Patch 17307819: PSU 18.104.22.168.050
In 22.214.171.124 a new command line utility appeared which allows the cloning of environments and it basically uses LCM (Lifecycle Management) as the engine to achieve this.
I just noticed that there has been new patch set updates (126.96.36.199.003) released for Essbase related products which includes the following:
If you are running 188.8.131.52 and use the EAS web console with Java 7 then make sure you don’t apply update 45 or the console will stop working.
I was intending on applying the latest patch set update 184.108.40.206.002 for the Essbase related products and noticed an issue with the Essbase Server and RTC patches which I thought I would share.
Now I know that the problem will be soon rectified and I will update this post when it has been updated in Oracle Support.
The initial answer is no because each Shared Services instance will use a unique CSS token encryption key but the answer changes to yes it is possible with the help of a utility.