Its Movember Again.
Check those Balls Guys!
There are a few 12c Blogs coming out, but 11.x.9 is not dead yet. See below
More on Usage Tracking in the next blog.
Blogs of the week
Christian Screen writes:
In a previous blog post, we walk you through the steps for configuring the new OBIEE 184.108.40.206 method for setting the default color palette for charts and graphs. Here is the accompanying video to walk you through this process step-by-step:
- Installing BICS Data Sync
- Creating Project, Connections, Tasks/Jobs
- Creating Jobs & Loading On-Premise data to BICS Schema
In this post, Kent Graziano posts a video on Subviews
Boris Dahav says, “OBIEE 220.127.116.11 new general bundle patch (number 11?), 18.104.22.168.151020 is available in Patch 21814325, it can be installed on any previous 22.214.171.124 release.
Dan Vlamis posted Sessions for the BIWA Summit
Mia Urman lists her Must See sessions for Oracle Open World.
Kris Rice says, “I’m slowly building out a helper.js which is now posted and I’ll continue to update it on github here.”
Jeff Smith writes this post in response to this question:
“I am working in SQL developer 4.0. I am comparing my acceptance version of a schema to my production version of the same schema. We did some ‘clean-up’ of old tables and views in acceptance. We want to apply the same changes to production, when we go to prod. How do I tell SQL D to produce a ‘drop’ statement when running a diff and doing the compare?”
Ian Abramson tells us that it’s time to revitalise the data warehouse!
Andrejus Baranovskis writes, “ADF 12.2.1 provides out of the box support for REST. You should read about all available REST functionality in ADF BC here – I have created very quick sample application to test how it works.
This blog says, “The new bundle patch set for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition and Oracle Exalytics OBIEE 126.96.36.199.5 was released recently.
There is currently no detailed patch description available. The patch is currently only available for Linux64. It’s tagged to be a recommended security patch. We will publish further news in this blog post.”
Read on for more.
12. Histogram Limit
Jonathan Lewis wrote a blog post to answer this question:
“Why does a query for “column = 999999999999999999” run slower than a query for “column > 999999999999999998” (that’s 18 digit numbers, if you don’t want to count them). With the equality predicate the query is very slow, with the range-based predicate perfomance is good.”
Sandrine Riley talks about the highlights of Oracle Data Integrator 12.2.1. Including:
- Big Data
- Lifecycle Management
- ODI Exchange
- Better Oracle Connectivity
- More Data Integration Pillar Integration – Enterprise Data Quality (EDQ)
A link to the PDF detailing the new features.
This week on Twitter
This week on LinkedIn
Yasmin Morrison shared Oracle Data Integrator | 3 Ways to Improve Productivity in ODI Studio
Michel Miotto Barbosa says OBIEE 12C is available
Kashinathan K tells us How Nested Tables can be stored and retrieved in a Normal table-ORACLE PL/SQL
Stories from Oracle Database
Videos such as:
Webinar : Best Practices with Oracle BI Financial Analytics
Webinar: A Mix of Art & Science: How to Achieve High Performance Business Intelligence