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Oracle BI Suite Enterprise Edition Plus
OBIEE 10.1.3.2 Architecture
Oracle BI Server
Oracle BI Presentation Server
Oracle BI Delivers Server
Oracle BI Publisher Server
Oracle BI Administration
Core BI Server Functionality
Data Access
Common Enterprise Information Model
Data Modeling using Oracle BI Server
“Model First” Development
Data Modeling Workflow Steps
Step 1: Create Physical Layer
Physical Join Types
Step 2: Create Logical Layer
Calculations
Time-Series Calculations
Create Calculations in the Optimal Location
Logical Join Types
Initial Reporting Scenario
Demonstration
Reporting Across Multiple Data Sources
Federated Query Scenario
Joining A Second Data Source : Step 1
Joining A Second Data Source : Step 2
Joining A Second Data Source : Step 3
Joining A Second Data Source : Step 4
Incorporating Real-Time Data
Fragmentation
Fragmentation Step 1
Fragmentation Step 2
Fragmentation Step 3
Fragmentation Step 4
Oracle BI Answers
Answers Views
Answers Formatting Options
Oracle BI Interactive Dashboards
Dashboard Interactivity
Oracle BI Delivers
Dashboard Alerts & Guided Analytics
Types of Guided Analytics
Step 1 : Create a “Trigger” Report
Step 2 : Add Guided Analytics Link to Dashboard
Step 3 : Edit the Guided Analytics Link Properties
Step 4 : View Link in Dashboard (if Triggered)
Making Sections Display Conditionally
Oracle Data Integrator
ODI and Oracle BI EE
Previously Known as “Sunopsis”
Part of Oracle Fusion Middleware
Data Integrator Overview
ODI Key Components
Business Rules and Technical Details
Extensible Knowledge Modules
Knowledge Module Categories
Event and Service-Based Integration
Oracle Data Integrator and OWB
ODI Role in a Typical Oracle Data Warehouse
Usage Scenario: Real-Time Integration
Why Use ODI for this Integration Task?
Data Integration Steps
1. Defining Data Sources and Targets
2. Import Table Metadata into Repository
3. Set Up Table Journal (CDC)
4. Start the Journal, Check it’s Working
5. Create Interface using Journal Data
6. Add Package that Listens for New Data
7. Execute the Package through an Agent
Summary
And Finally...
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Advanced Development Techniques Using OBIEE Plus

Advanced Development Techniques Using OBIEE Plus

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