One of the main things I get asked to do here at Rittman Mead, is deliver the OBIEE front-end training course (TRN 202). This a great course that has served both us, and our clients well over the years. It has always been in high demand and always delivered with great feedback from those in attendance. However, as with all things in life and business, there is going to be room for improvement and opportunities to provide even more value to our clients.
Over the past couple of years Rittman Mead have been broadening our skills and competencies out from core OBIEE, ODI and Oracle data warehousing into the new “emerging” analytic platforms: R and database advanced analytics, Hadoop, cloud and clustered/distributed systems.
Rittman Mead are proud to announce that we’ve been nominated by UKOUG members and Oracle customers for five categories in the upcoming UKOUG Parter of the Year Awards 2014; Business Intelligence, Training, Managed Services, Operating Systems Storage and Hardware, and Emerging Partner, reflecting the range of products and services we now offer for customers in the UK and around the world.
I've just returned home from a very busy week at the Oracle Fusion Middleware Partner summer camps in Lisbon so, since this was my first one, I thought I'd write a short summary of what the training was like.The event was attended by over 100 delegates and had 4 parallel streams to choose from:
My client wanted to hide some of the reports from the users and release them at a later date. The however wanted a set of users to have the privilege to see hidden objects. Let us see the process to achieve this objective.
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This is an awesome feature in BI Publisher 11g but I do not hear a lot of noise about it so let me create some.
For one of my projects, I have implemented the ID/IDREF XML pattern inside one of my Web Services. When I created with JDeveloper a Web Service from it everything looked fine, no errors or what soever. I could receive this pattern inside my request messages without any problems. After I filled in the same String inside the IDREF as I did in ID the only response I get is a HTTP 200 without any body. For getting more information about the problem I used a custom SchemaValidationHandler inside my Web Service implementation.