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Single Row View247http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/03/10/oracle-bia-making-the-full-incremental-load-work/http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/03/10/oracle-bia-making-the-full-incremental-load-work/-Monday, 10 March, 2014Daan Bakboord
Single Row View313http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/04/25/mobile-analytics-native-web-hybrid/Daan Bakboord links to a presentation in his blog ?HTML5 and the Journey to the Modern and Mobile Web? which he says gives some valuable background to Mobile Application Development.Mobile AnalyticsFriday, 25 April, 2014Daan Bakboord
Single Row View293http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/weblogic_obiee_ssl/Daan Bakboord blogs (with the help of guest authors Menno Harzing and Rob Chou) about being confronted with the fact that in a new environment, Oracle eBS runs on https while the Oracle BI environment was still http. The steps in this blogs are followed to protect data-transport from/to OBIEE via the internet. There are two parts described in the blog to accomplish this: Part One ? Configuration under Weblogic Console Part Two ? Configuration under OFMW Enterprise ManagerOBIEEMonday, 07 April, 2014Daan Bakboord
Single Row View300http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/big-data-and-analytics-top-ten-trends-for-2014/Daan Bakboord posts the Top Ten Trends ?Big Data? & ?Analytics? for 2014 posted recently by Oracle. OBIEEThursday, 03 April, 2014Daan Bakboord
Single Row View755https://obibb.wordpress.com/2015/07/06/oracle-bi-cloud-service-bics-planned-upgrade-for-10-july-2015/Daan Bakboord says, ?As from the 10th of July the Oracle BI Cloud Service environment will be upgraded. Looking forward to the new features and enhancements to the Oracle BI Cloud Service.? He lists these new features as: Fresh new look to Oracle BI Cloud Service View your data in a heat matrix Visualize geographical data on maps Manage your data files Enhancements to Data Modeler-Monday, 06 July, 2015Daan Bakboord
Single Row View428http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/06/16/trying-to-understand-the-oracle-reference-architecture-for-information-management/Daan Bakboord refers to a presentation by Andrew Bond and Stewart Bryson at the Rittman Mead Forum last month. The presentation about Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture caused some further investigation on his part. This blog post is a first summary of the information he found online so far.--Daan Bakboord
Single Row View494https://obibb.wordpress.com/2015/01/15/hadoop-and-oracle-technologies-on-bi-projects/Daan Bakboord links to the slideshare to the presentation ?Hadoop and Oracle Technologies on BI Projects?.HadoopThursday, 15 January, 2015Daan Bakboord
Single Row View263http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/03/17/global-currencies-in-oracle-bia/Daan Bakboord writes, ?If you read the Oracle Documentation for Oracle BIA (7.6.9.3), you could find the following; ?Currency conversions are required because your business might have transactions involving multiple currencies. To create a meaningful report, you have to use a common currency.? Oracle BIA stores amounts in the following currencies: - Document Currency ?> Currency of the actual Transaction (Can vary in a multinational organization) - Local Currency ?> Currency defined in the Ledger - Global Currency ?> Defined in the DAC You can use a Global Currency if you want to report all the different Currencies in one Global Currency (eg. ?EUR?, or ?USD?). Oracle BIA for Oracle eBS is able to report in 3 different Global Currencies. If you use Oracle BIA for CRM, you are able to store an additional two Global Currencies. You define the Global Currencies in the DAC.?-Monday, 17 March, 2014Daan Bakboord
Single Row View354http://obibb.wordpress.com/2014/05/13/rittmanmead-bi-forum-2014-wrap-up/Daan Bakboord summarised the three day program and named some of his favourite parts as the Masterclass on Cloudera Hadoop and a presentation on Oracle Information Management Reference Architecture. OBIEE-Daan Bakboord
Single Row View674https://obibb.wordpress.com/2015/04/28/oracle-business-intelligence-cloud-service-data-sync-is-out-on-otn/Daan Bakboord writes: A typical Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS) flow looks like the following: Load your data to the Cloud Model and Secure your data Author Analyzes,Visualizations and Interactive Dashboards Use and Share BICS content In the current version of BICS you have to upload your data into the Cloud. There are several ways to load the data: BICS Data Loader REST API SQL Developer PL/SQL Data Import BICS Data Sync He gives a series of links to reading material regarding the BICS Data Sync .-Tuesday, 28 April, 2015Daan Bakboord
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