In a post earlier this week I previewed three sessions at the upcoming Brighton Rittman Mead BI Forum 2015; in this post I’m going to look at four particularly interesting sessions at the Atlanta Rittman Mead BI Forum 2015 event running the week after Brighton, on May 13th-15th 2015 at the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel, Atlanta GA
At some expert panel a fortnight ago it was discussed how nice it would be to access the WebLogic logfiles via a simple REST request. Here is how it works: Configuration Enable the RESTful management interface in WebLogic under DOMAIN / Configuration / General / Advanced. It’s a non-dynamic change, so restart the admin […]
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WebLogic 12.1.3 provides a fully documented REST Management Interface that enables deployment and management operations to be performed using REST calls.
The table of contents from the documentation lists the set of operations available:
To use the REST Management Interface, it first must be enabled for a domain. This can be done from the WebLogic Console.
My latest Business Intelligence column for Oracle Magazine is on the In-Memory Option for Oracle Database 12c, and using it to speed-up dashboards and reports in OBIEE11g.
Long-term readers of this blog will know that we’ve supported for many years the BI Survey, an independent survey of BI tools customers and implementors. Rittman Mead have no (financial or other) interest in the BI Survey or its organisers, but we like the way it gathers in detailed data on which tools work best and when, and it’s been a useful set of data for companies such as Oracle when they prioritise their investment in tools such as OBIEE, Essbase and the BI Applications.
I suspect because OBIEE is still at 188.8.131.52.x and there not been too many changes relating to configuration with EPM 184.108.40.206 that the process should still be the same but I feel it is worth testing out to be sure.
The blogs outlining the steps in more detail are available at: