Another week of OBIEE

Oracle Racing News

Fun on Foils – Hear from the ORACLE TEAM USA crew what it’s like to fly their AC72 “17” on foils, sometimes at speeds of over 40 knots, and experience the sensational acceleration from onboard. Watch the Youtube video here.

Happy birthday to sailor Darren Bundock – the best present ever – helming a AC72!





OBIEE News is out! Edition of 25th March 2013


linkedin logoIn the LinkedIn group this week:

Kavitha Shanmugam asked

‘Error failed to find div obj by name (invisible layer-1)’

“I tried to develop some dashboards in OBIEE 10G.
Upon selecting any text or link option, am being thrown this error.
I couldn’t click either OK or cancel, since both these throw the above said error.
can someone help me in this regard?”
Richard Rankin replied “Can you provide more information? Is this the complete error verbatim? Are you using any tools? If so which ones and their versions? Are you using HTML5 or Flash?”

See the post here.

Jeremiah Johnson posted a link to “Who has time for data?” regarding the Webinar:  “Extend Oracle BI To Support Real -Time Analytics” which is to take place April 3rd.

Secured Oracle HTTP Server – Configuring SSL, a blog from Clear Peaks was posted.  Read it here

Kashinathan K posted “What are dimension and fact?” – A post from The DataWarehousing Concepts blog.

Kris Poria posted ‘Oracle Introduces New Release of Oracle’s Primavera P6 Analytics’ – An Oracle Press Release.

Kent G posted How EHR adoption is hindering healthcare big data analytics – a post from EHR Intelligence.

twitter logoOn Twitter this week:

Oracle Blogs posted Fusion Security (Part 1: Overview), ADF Mobile and SDO: making the connection, ADF Mobile: Integrating SMS and ADF Mobile: Integrating the Camera

Oracle for Partners posted a link to ‘Fusion Middleware Performance Problems? Take Advantage of DMS by Daniel Mortimer’

Paul Mitchell posted a link to OBIEE Patch Set is Released

My Oracle Support posted ‘Get information on certified devices and operating systems for OBIEE Mobile from the OBIEE 11g certification matrix.’