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OBIA How to Make OBIA Warehouse Domains Extensible, When They are Non-extensible OOTB

OBIA comes with a set of domain values, dependent on the bi app that will be implemented.  These domain values are distinct sets of values/codes that act as conformed warehouse code sets.  In the sense, that multiple sources can map their codes to warehouse specific codes (source independence); thus, giving the ability to utilize multiple sources with one code set.  The OOTB domain value sets are used to create and calculate prepackaged metrics which are used in OOTB reports.  Now there are cases where the source data can not be easily mapped to a domain value or the list of available domai

OUGF Harmony 2014, #OUGF14

Originally posted on HeliFromFinland:I am Finnish and this is the end (Björn Rost). The OUGF Harmony 2014 has ended. Sad:( It was such a fun event. I already miss all our great speakers and attendees…. ? We started on Wednesday with the speakers’ dinner in a Viking restaurant Harald. There was plenty of food…

Better Data Modeling: #DataVault 2.0 Virtualising your Data Vault – Satellites

Guest Blog Link: Virtualising your Data Vault – Satellites This is a MUST READ for anyone wanting to get Agile in their DW/BI program and for anyone doing Data Vault 2.0. Actually anyone doing Data Vault 1.0 can benefit from the technique as well. Roelant Vos has done quite a bit on trying to virtualize […]

Get thee to KScope14 in Seattle!

Once again it is that time of year when the who’s-who of Oracle development geekdom gather for their annual festival of education and networking. Yes it is time for ODTUG’s annual event KScope14 to be held in Seattle,Washington from June 22nd – 26th. As always this is the not-to-be-missed independent Oracle user conference for users […]

#OUGF14 Harmony by @ougf_ry

Originally posted on Gurcan Orhan's Oracle Data Integrator Blog:As some of you know, I will be attending to OUGF (Oracle User Group Finland) between 5-6th of June. Thanks to everybody who is in charge of paper selections especially Heli Helskyaho for the organization and Ann Sjökvist for the administration of the event. Although I…

Data Vault 2.0 Training: Upcoming Public Classes

After my well-attended talk at #EDW14 in Austin this week (which was a GREAT event), a lot of you asked about where you could find a public class on Data Vault 2.0. At the time I knew of none, but on my drive back home I was talking to Dan Linstedt (inventor of Data Vault) […]

After TROUG BI&DW 2014

Originally posted on Gurcan Orhan's Oracle Data Integrator Blog:It was a nice day of TROUG BI&DW 2014 full day meeting. Thanks for all attendees, speakers and everybody who paid attention to this event. Here are some blog posts / articles about event impressions. Emrah Mete’s impressions on his blog. Canburak Tümer’s impressions on his…

This just in: Win Dinner with Monty at #KScope14

Amazing but true – you can now enter a contest to win dinner with ODTUG President Monty Latiolais at ODTUG’s annual conference KScope14. This year KScope will be held in beautiful Seattle, Washington from June 22nd – 26th. Who knows what amazing dinner adventure will be in store for the winner! Get the details here: […]

Better Data Modeling: My Top 3 Reasons why you should put Foreign Keys in your Data Warehouse

This question came up at the recent World Wide Data Vault Consortium. Seems there are still many folks who build a data warehouse (or data mart) that do not include FKs in the database. The usual reason is that it “slows down” load performance. No surprise there. Been hearing that for years. And I say […]

Live from the 1st Annual World Wide Data Vault Consortium: Day 3

Well it was the last day of the 1st annual WWDVC. What an event is has been. (See recap of Day 1 and Day 2, here and here) Don’t forget you can see all the action by searching on #WWDVC on twitter. Agility and Data Vault Long time data vault advocate Tom Breur opened our […]

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