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.
Multiple times in past, I have encountered questions/issues about OAAM_SAMPLE. So, thought to write a small post explaining how it can be used/configured to test (try out) different native integration options for OAAM.
The OAAM Sample application is for demonstration purposes to familiarize yourself with OAAM APIs. It is not intended to be used as production code since it only provides basic elements of API usage. If you are implementing a native integration, you can develop your application using the OAAM Sample application as a reference.
I wrote the article RFM Analysis earlier. We recently posted a more detailed description about how Oracle BI Apps implements this concept in the product. Customer RFM Analysis RFA related customer attributes are good examples of aggregated performance metrics as described in this design tip from the Kimball Group Design Tip #53: Dimension Embellishments By putting this […]
The Data Sync Tool provides the ability to synchronize data from on-premise sources to the BI Cloud Service (BICS). The tool can source from both relational data, and flat files, and it can be used for one-off loads, or in an incremental fashion to keep BICS ‘in-sync’ with on-premise data.
This article will cover the installation and configuration steps, and then walk through the creation of data loads including load strategies, scheduling, and monitoring jobs.
I’m pleased to be presenting at both of the Rittman Mead BI Forums this year; in Brighton it’ll be my fourth time, whilst Atlanta will be my first, and my first trip to the city too. I’ve heard great things about the food, and I’m sure the forum content is going to be awesome too (Ed: get your priorities right).
One of the great things of working in the Oracle Business Analytics industry is the fact that there is a very active community. Both online as well as offline. Oracle supports these activities where possible. Last week I attended an offline session at Oracle HQ in the Netherlands.
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In Weblogic Server 12.1.2, the java version of Node Manager controls all WLS instances belonging to the same domain.This allows the feasibility to have different nodemanager configurations for different domains.
You can follow the steps below to use one nodemanager per domain running over SSL ( custom identity & custom trust)
1) Start nodemanager from the following location ( just to create a default nodemanager.properties file).
I recently joined Quistor as a Senior Oracle BI Consultant working from the Netherlands. Quistor already has an Oracle BI Practice working from Spain. As a well-respected Oracle BI Partner in Spain it only seemed logical to start expanding the Practice from the Netherlands. The place where it al has began for Quistor.
After discussing how to create a range in the last post, we will discuss some of the array methods and how to use them to make your code more readable and concise.