Most every startup that I've watched (and been part of) has grand plans of virality. Build it and they will not just come to you, but they will flock to you! There is a dream that what you have built is going to change the world and it's going to be so obvious to everyone that they will want to share the news with all of their friends. It's a good dream and there is a dose of reality that hits you dead in the face at some point.
As more and more customers of Oracle BI (OBIEE) find out about BITeamwork and are introduced to the Collaborative BI functionality it adds to OBIEE, we are frequently asked several questions as customers inquire about incorporating BITeamwork into their existing BI architecture. Two questions seem to always stand out: How does BITeamwork align with updates […]
I’m very pleased to announce that the Call for Papers for the Rittman Mead BI Forum 2015 is now open, with abstract submissions open to January 18th 2015. As in previous years the BI Forum will run over consecutive weeks in Brighton, UK and Atlanta, GA, with the provisional dates and venues as below:
At Rittman Mead R&D, we have the privilege of solving some of our clients’ most challenging data problems. We recently built a set of customized data products that leverage the power of Oracle and Cloudera platforms and wanted to share some of the fun we’ve had in creating unique user experiences. We’ve been thinking about how we can lean on our efforts to help make the holidays even more special for the extended Rittman Mead family. With that inspiration, we had several questions on our minds:
It's been a long time.
This is an amazing new .FMB Forms module, kind of "Tetris" like game.
It needs the last 1.7.7 version of the LAF to run. The game is a little bit buggy, but the aim, there, is only to demonstrate what you can do with new LAF 1.7.7 dynamic shape creation and animation.
I recently setup verbose GC logging on a deployed application to Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF) and specified a file to write the GC logging info to. Below shows how you can view application files using the CF CLI.
1. Start by invoking the following to show your deployed applications
[Tue Dec 16 09:32:10 papicella@:~/cf/APJ-vcloud ] $ cf apps
Getting apps in org ANZ / space development as pas...
In this mini-series of blog posts I’m taking a look at a few very useful tools that can make your life as the sysadmin of a cluster of Linux machines. This may be a Hadoop cluster, or just a plain simple set of ‘normal’ machines on which you want to run the same commands and monitoring.
The problem with using APEX authorization schemes in PL/SQL has been addressed several times in blogs and forums, but we occasionally still get questions on how to solve this:
I have a page where users with admin roles can modify data and other users can only view it. Hiding the button to save the record is easily done with an authorization scheme: