The art of writing superb analyses and building popular interactive dashboards is not something that we see much of in the OBIEE blogsphere. Sure we have to build fast databases, and configure the servers, but what the customer sees is the dashboard.
I will look a bit harder this week for front end tips, so please get yours published on the groups, blogs and tweets.
I am actually trying to hire a couple of dedicated dashboard developers, so please take a look at the jobs page to see if you are what I am looking for.
Bojie says, “Today I am going to talk about writeback in OBIEE. As you know, writeback is a feature in OBIEE that allows users to update reports that they see in OBIEE without having to deal with the ETL process and reloading table.”
Read more here.
John Booth says, “We’re working with a client on an upgrade where Essbase and Essbase Studio are on a Red Hat 5.6 Linux box.”
He then goes through a diskspace error and the solution!
Eric Helmer goes through the rumours for:
- The Big Bullet Points for 220.127.116.11
- Financial Reports
- Disclosure Management
- Oracle Cloud
- Data Relationship Management
Cameron Lackpour introduces the first part of a three part blog post on how to achieve awesomeness in ASO Planning and beyond. In Part 1 he gives an introduction to the CDFs you most likely don’t know about.
To come are:
Part 2 – The genius of Joe Watkins
Part 3 – Tying it all together across three different Oracle EPM products with of course a glorious hack.
Kashinathan talks us through how to unlock it!
Gerd says, “In ISO calendar the week turns on Mondays. When not reporting on real-time data and having a one day load frequency you will see no results each Monday. So it would be best to see previous week data on Mondays and of course having not change the filter criteria in the report.”
He then talks us through how to do this.
The patch is available for:
- HP-UX Itanium
- IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)
- Linux x86
- Linux x86-64
- MS Windows (32-bit)
- MS Windows (64-bit)
- Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
- Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)
Praveen says, “Unfortunately, OBIEE doesn’t have a sort Control on the Grand Total and, creating a column with a total doesn’t get me what I have required. It has ends up being another metric in the pivot.”
For that we need add another metric name which Praveen shows us how to achieve.
This blog goes through the:
- OBIA Pre-requisites
- System Configuration
- Performance improvements (Server Side)
- BI APPS Performance Tuning (Development Side)
- Query Performance Tuning
- Maximum connections
Anjum Ara blogs about Error message : INST-08010: Error in validing the port range for auto port allocation. At Least 2 ports should be free within the range 7500-7500 for the Adminserver and Adminserver SSL
He goes through the reason and the solution
In part two of this post, Meghan Fritz gives the final two reasons to attend!! They are:
Reason #2: Get a vision of Oracle’s future. Hear all about Oracle’s roadmap straight from the source.
Reason #1: Fill in the blanks… fast. Expand your knowledge and get the answers you want and need. All in just five days.
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