Just had another holiday at the seaside, where my daughter was competing in a Yourh National Championships, and achieved Bronze Medal. Therefore I am a bit late with the blog, so on with the show…
In this part, Boris Dahav talks about how to remove column from analysis with column selector or prompt. He says, “That means, selecting a column I don’t want to present (or actually influence the analysis at all). Why do I want such a stupid thing? When working with dynamic columns, I want the ability to control the number of columns. So if the user wants only 3 columns, out of possible 5, only 3 columns would appear in the analysis. The other 2 columns will not show.”
Pete Bunning writes, “Carrying on from my post on installing the ODI Lineage components, today I’ll look at exporting the RPD and Web Catalog to text files.”
Pete says, “As a sometime ETL coder I love the Oracle Merge statement. The ability to both insert and update in a single DML statement is great, and also gets around that age-old development question of which goes first the “insert” or the “update”? A bit like chicken and egg, but with a more discernible answer, the answer is of course it depends!”
Jeff Smith answers some FAQ’s on the next update of SQL Developer.
Kashinathan says, “The Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast emerging network of IP-connected devices and the communication (transfer of data) that occurs amid these devices without any human interface. IoT devices utilizes wireless sensor networks, control systems, micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) and the Internet to interact with external environment.”
He goes on to give examples, such as thermostats, cars, electronic appliances, lights in household and commercial environments, alarm clocks, speaker systems and vending machines.
Keith Laker gives some good advice and links to this guide to submitting papers.
This post links to a document which helps to alter:
- WebLogic Embedded LDAP User’s Password
- Credentials for BISystemUser
- Weblogic user credentials
- External LDAP Authenticator Principal User’s password
- Scheduler DB Schema User password
- Database Schema password in the EPM System Registry
In this blog post, Kevin says, “In Part 03, my plan is to take the table I have and turn it into a working OBIEE model using the new Data Modeler tool in Oracle BI Cloud Service (BICS), which replaces the Administration Tool in on-premise OBIEE.”
Gurcan Orhan shares his thoughts on OUGN
Cameron Lackpour employs another Essbase hacker to write this blog. Peter Nitschke gives an analysis on BSO database design and its impact on parallelism.
Kevin McGinley shared Why is ODI the Right Choice for Oracle’s BI Applications
UKOUG posted A Call for Papers
OTNARchBeat shared 2 Minute Tech Tip: Integrate Oracle Essbase with Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition
Cameron Lackpour tweeted A really, really, really interesting guest blog on parallelism and its impact on database design
Sam Wilson shared 3 DevOps lessons I learned from Formula One (and Sebastian Vettel)
Gerd Aiglstorfer posted OBIEE Dashboard Prompt Eliminate Required Field with Implicit Defaults
IFTIKHAR AHMED shared A complete Tutorial of BI Publisher
Videos such as Real Time BI with Kevin and Stewart Ep 25
and Working with Oracle Social Network Messages from your Android Device