My good friend Dan (@dlinstedt) has put together a sweet set of three videos to introduce everyone to the wonderful world of Data Vault. When you sign up you will get a set of email messages from Dan discussing the Data Vault Approach to data warehousing. You get access to three videos about the architecture, […]
So here is another tip on using Oracle SQL Developer Data Modeler – but this time it is one I will NOT be showing during my session at #KScope13. In SDDM there is a really nice wizard for building views. Once your view is built, you should probably test it right? You could generate the […]
Great information this morning from @Claudia_Imhoff on Twitter: #BDA13 Investing to improve health, wellness and community vitality pays off for business and society:twitpic.com/cvlz42 — Claudia Imhoff (@Claudia_Imhoff) June 6, 2013 Pay me now, or pay me later… It is amazing what impact an upfront investment can return over the longer term. And that applies in […]
This year’s ODTUG KScope conference is less than a month away and I am ready to get to New Orleans and meet up with all my friends and colleagues to talk shop and learn some new things. So in hopes of getting you to attend, I will share with you one of my productivity tips […]
It has been awhile, I think a year now, since my last blog. It has just been a very busy past year. In any event, I came across a problem that involves presentation hierarchy columns. The ever-beloved new feature of 11g , which all users and clients love to use for pretty much all reports.
The issue: How to create a navigational report which will filter the presentation hierarchy column based on the selected record from the calling report? This is otherwise known as report navigation via action links.
Just a quick note to let everyone know that Dan Linstedt, (inventor of the Data Vault Model and Methodology) has announced that he will be teaching a live Data Vault 2.0 Certification Class on July 29th in St Albans, Vermont. This class will cover all the new DV2.0 standards which incorporate big data, and NoSQL […]
This was an assignment my son did for his 3rd grade class. They were studying styles of poetry. This one he was proud of and asked me to publish for him. Enjoy. A New Limerick by Biaggio Graziano (copyright 2013 all rights reserved) Once there was a dog and a frog They live in a […]
Those crazy kids at ODTUG have done it again! At this year’s KScope in New Orleans this user group is introducing an evening of crossover sessions. Over the years the event has grown and actually blended the traditional Oracle database development world with the world of EPM, Hyperion, and Essbase. In fact many folks who […]