Hi Grubble, Welcome to the OBIEE blogging world http://grubble.net/index.php?blog=1 firstname.lastname@example.org www.addidici.comRead More Another New Blogger
I have no idea who these people are, but just found an interesting service which claims to double increase of user acceptance. Thats a pretty tall order, but if it works thats great. The more the merrier! http://www.bi-localizer.com/en/index.shtml They dont say which languages they cover but I assume German for now. email@example.com www.addidici.comRead More Localisation of OBIEE
New blog on OBIEE. Good luck with it Goran. http://108obiee.blogspot.com/ Update: Thanks to Daan we can now view it in Englishhttp://translate.google.com/translate?u=http://108obiee.blogspot.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org www.addidici.comRead More How is your Croatian?
As you would expect, the debate still goes on as to what is happening on the OBIEE ETL front. As all you ex-Siebel people will know Informatica is the system that every uses for their databases. It was licensed by Siebel to run their CRM ETL Packaged Applications. Then when Oracle bought out Siebel they […]Read More Informatica vs ODI
A Quick recap: From Part 1 we saw that you can organise logical tables in a normalised fashion, and in a simple model the SQL will work without errors. The use of a normalised model in the Data warehouse is not something that you would normally see being advocated by the Warehouse experts, and yet […]Read More OBIEE Snowflakes and Stars – Part 3