What if we could verify the name of the logical table source in Answers (aka "Analysis Editor")? For example, when you create multiple table source for aggregates or partitioned data, it is important to verify your implementation.
To be honest, I like Mondays. And it's Thursday. But it made such a catchy title ;-)
This article will show you how to hide Oracle BI 11g Presentation Layer objects on Mondays, hence the title.
Introduced in OBI 220.127.116.11.2 (or so), we can define a conditional expression to control whether a presentation layer object (Subject Area, Presentation Table, Presentation Column) should be visible to the end user or hidden.
It has become a habit of mine to provide you with some 'blasts from the past' from time to time. This is not because I have grown lazy (believe me, there's a lot of writing these days ;-) but to serve the 'younger' generation of Siebel Essentials followers who might not have had the opportunity to read all the posts (does anyone ever scroll down that far to the blog archive?).
Earlier this year, I have been invited by ec4u expert consulting AG Germany to take part in a workshop. My job was to deliver Siebel Open UI training as well as discuss a new tool that ec4u planned to implement.