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Creating a Repository Using theOracle Business Intelligence Administration ToolPurpose
 This tutorial shows you how to use the Oracle BI EE Administration Tool to build,modify, enhance, and manage an Oracle BI repository on the BIC2G:EE image (Linux Edition v1.0). Time to Complete: Approximately 3 hours
 This tutorial shows you how to build an Oracle BI metadata repository. You learnhow to import metadata from databases and other data sources, simplify andreorganize the imported metadata into a business model, and then structure thebusiness model for presentation to users who request business intelligenceinformation via Oracle BI user interfaces, such as Oracle BI Answers and OracleBI Interactive Dashboards.
 This tutorial is for a Windows client environment connecting to the Linux BIC2Gimage as a server. Instructions for installing VMWare software and client BI toolsand data source drivers are found in the file “Prerequisites for Oracle BIWorkshopAfter installing VMWare and opening the BIC2G Linux image, follow theseinstructions to map a network drive on local client to the Linux Server:
Go to click on the Map button.
Execute the downloaded file to map the chosen drive letter (G:) to theLinux Server.Open up the mapped drive and rename the existing SH.rpd repository:
Open up
in windowsexplorer
Rename the existing SH.rpd to SH_backup.rpd
Building the Physical Layer of a Repository
In this topic you use the Oracle BI Administration Tool to build the Physical layerof a repository. The Physical layer defines the data sources to which Oracle BI Server submitsqueries and the relationships between physical databases and other datasources that are used to process multiple data source queries. Therecommended way to populate the Physical layer is by importing metadata fromdatabases and other data sources. The data sources can be of the same ordifferent varieties. You can import schemas or portions of schemas from existingdata sources. Additionally, you can create objects in the Physical layer manually.When you import metadata, many of the properties of the data sources areconfigured automatically based on the information gathered during the importprocess. After import, you can also define other attributes of the physical datasources, such as join relationships, that might not exist in the data sourcemetadata. There can be one or more data sources in the Physical layer, includingdatabases, spreadsheets, and XML documents. In this example, you import andconfigure tables from the sample SH schema included with the Oracle 10gdatabase. To build the Physical layer, you perform the following steps:Create a New Repository Create an ODBC Data Source Import SH Schema Create Physical Joins 

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