Just a quick note to highlight that we are running an Oracle Endeca Information Discovery (OEID) event at Oracle’s Birmingham office on Wednesday 26th June. Providing a great opportunity to learn how OEID can complement your current BI tools, allowing you to answer previously unanswerable questions through insight from both structured and unstructured data sources (such as social feeds and word documents).
It has been a busy period over at Oracle with different Oracle Business Analytics software releases. For me personally the following releases attracted my attention: Oracle BI EE 18.104.22.168.0 Oracle BIA 22.214.171.124.1 Oracle Endeca 3.0 As always, immediately after a new release of Oracle Business Analytics, there is a lot of buzz within the Oracle BA Community. […]
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You get the impact of social and mobile today. I know
because you are reading a blog. While I will not venture a guess as to what
device you are reading it on, chances are you do access your social network or
email on your smartphone or a tablet. So, you are mobile, and likely social!
And well, who isn’t these days?
Oracle Unified Directory has set the bar for performance. Built ground up to provide elastic scale, Oracle Unified Directory (OUD) is interoperable with all directories in the Oracle Directory Services Suite.
I’d like to share with you a recipe that demonstrates the power which the combination of ODI functions and Java BeanShell scripting techniques can provide.
Before I do so I will briefly describe the issue we recently had as a background for the use case.
One of OBIEE’s many great strengths is aggregate navigation; the ability to choose from a list of possible tables the one which will probably give the optimal performance for a given user query. Users are blissfully unaware of which particular table their query is being satisfied from, since aggregate navigation happens on the BI Server once the user’s request comes through from an Analysis or Dashboard.
A Heap Dump is a snapshot of the Java process heap memory at a given time. It's a useful tool to troubleshoot memory leaks and other memory related issues. Heap dumps are to memory what thread dumps are to java threads.
There are different ways to dump the java heap used by a Java application such as WebLogic Server. Heap dumps can be triggered automatically by JVMs such as HotSpot or JRockit when an OutOfMemory event occurs.
While doing my work in a lean and agile way, I work with sticky notes quite often. When sticked to a wall or whiteboard, it is quite crucial that they do not move until I want them to. Unfortunately, it sometimes happens that the sticky notes fall down to the ground… What a disaster!
Although the sticky note manufacturers are also selling Extra Fantastic Super sticky notes, these are not always available and they come at premium cost. There is an easier solution! Read on for a best practice to stick a sticky note to a wall without risking that it will fall down.
I find JConsole to be a useful tool, particularly for MBean browsing, but frankly getting the correct command line arguments to get it to connect correctly to my WebLogic instances is a bit of a pain. I always have to go and look it up. - generally from here. However, setting all those paths is tedious.