OBIEE news this week…

oracle team logoOracle Racing News

Tom Slingsby takes the helm for ORACLE TEAM USA in Naples. View the video here.

ORACLE TEAM USA SLINGSBY captured the match racing title in Naples, Italy, and second in the final fleet race, earning the team the overall America’s Cup World Series 2012-2013 season championship.

US Ambassador Aboard for Impressive Day with ORACLE TEAM USA – watch a youtube video.



OBIEE News is out! Edition of 22nd April.

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Andrejus Baranovskis tweeted a link to his blog “Oracle BPM 11g Mobile Worklist with ADF Mobile.”

Yves Mulkers posted “Endeca text enrichment. Entities extraction, sentiment analysis, and text tagging with Lexalytics customer defined lists. I love this one!” from Business Intelligence Quotient.

Fusion Applications shared a blog entitled Tailoring Fusion Applications in the Cloud Explained from the Fusion Applications Developer Relations Blog.

Oracle Blogs encouraged us to Get Proactive with Fusion Middleware!

Alexander Hansal shared an old but useful blog from Clear Peaks entitled “OBIEE Metadata Dictionary in 11g.”

KPI Partners tweeted about their Webinar and posted about Complex Row Level Security in Oracle BI (OBIEE)

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Ashish Raj posted A Case Study : Oracle Report to BI Publisher Conversion and OBIEE New UI Features

Paul Kavanagh shared a Broventure Webinar: Maximise your investment in Hyperion with Brovanture’s Applications Specific Support.

Shiva Molabanti shared several blog posts, including  “Change the OBI Repository Password from the Command Line” from his own blog An Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition weblog

Kent Graziano said Get thee to KScope13!

Euan Morton asked Approximately how long should OBIU 2.3.2 base Extract EXTFIN take to extract 50M records? Answer his question here.

Jeff McQuigg announced his upcoming KPI Partners Webinar on Performance Tuning the BI Apps with a Performance Layer. More details can be found here.