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Oracle BI Publisher Data Modeling Guide 11g user manual
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Oracle® Fusion Middleware
Data Modeling Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher11
Release 1 (11.1.1)
E22258-02
April 2012
Explains how to retrieve and structure data from a variety of sources to use as input to Oracle Business IntelligencePublisher reports.
 
Oracle Fusion Middleware Data Modeling Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher, 11
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What Is a Data Model?...............................................................................................................
1-11.2
Components of a Data Model...................................................................................................
1-11.3
Features of the Data Model Editor...........................................................................................
1-21.4
About the Data Source Options................................................................................................
1-21.5
Process Overview for Creating a Data Model........................................................................
1-31.6
Launching the Data Model Editor............................................................................................
1-41.7
About the Data Model Editor Interface...................................................................................
1-41.8
Setting Data Model Properties..................................................................................................
1-51.8.1
XML Output Options..........................................................................................................
1-61.8.2
Attachments to the Data Model ........................................................................................
Attaching Sample Data................................................................................................
Attaching Schema.........................................................................................................
Data Files.......................................................................................................................
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Overview of Creating Data Sets................................................................................................
2-12.2
Editing an Existing Data Set......................................................................................................
2-32.3
Creating a Data Set Using a SQL Query..................................................................................
2-32.4
Using the Query Builder............................................................................................................
2-42.4.1
Understanding the Query Builder Process......................................................................
2-52.4.2
Using the Object Selection Pane........................................................................................
2-52.4.3
Selecting a Schema...............................................................................................................
2-52.4.4
Searching and Filtering Objects.........................................................................................
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