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OBIEE Training By Amit Sharma

Topic Name BI Reporting using OBIEE

Modules Data warehousing fundamentals


BI Repository
BI Answer
BI Publisher
Hyperion Integration [Statutory Reporting case study]
Sales Model Execution
Duration (Hours) 40 Hours
Deliverables Students Guides
Lab Guides
Video Tutorials of missing classes
Interview Question
Project implementation artifacts
Prerequisite Basic knowledge of Database and Data Warehousing

Fees INR 14,000


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Repository Building

Repository Basics Creat ing new calcu lation measures based on


physical colu mns
Creat ing new calcu lation measures using the
Oracle BI architecture co mponents Calculation Wizard
Repository structure, features, and functions
Using the OracleBI Ad min istration Tool Creating Di mension Hierarchies and Level-B ased
Creat ing a repository Measures
Loading a repository into Oracle BI Server
memo ry
Creat ing dimension hierarch ies
Creat ing level-based measures
Building the Physical Layer of a Repository
Creat ing share measures
Creat ing rank measures
Importing data sources
Setting up connection pool properties Using Aggregates
Defining keys and joins
Examining physical layer object properties
Purpose of aggregate tables in dimensional
Creat ing alias and select tables
modeling
Modeling aggregate tables to improve query
Building the B usiness Model and Mapping Layer of a performance
Repository
Testing aggregate navigation
Using the Aggregate Persistence Wizard
Building a business model
Building logical tables, colu mns, and sources Using Partiti ons and Frag ments
Defining log ical joins
Building measures
Purpose for segmenting data into partitions and
Examining business model object properties
frag ments
Partit ion types
Building the Presentati on Layer of a Repository Modeling partitions in an Oracle BI repository

Exp loring Presentation layer objects Using Repository Variables


Creat ing Presentation layer objects
Modifying Presentation layer objects Session variables
Examining Presentation layer object properties
Repository variables
Initializat ion blocks
Testing and Vali dating a Repository Using the Variable Manager
Using dynamic repository variables as filters
Checking repository consistency
Turning on logging Modeling Ti me Series Data
Defining a repository in the in itialization file
Testing a repository using Oracle BI Answers
Using time co mparisons in business analysis
Inspecting the query log
Using Oracle BI time series functions to model
time series data
Addi ng Multi ple Logical Table Sources
Modeling Many-to-Many Relationships
Adding mult iple logical table sources to a
logical table Using bridge tables to resolve many-to-many
Specifying logical content relationships between dimension tables and fact
tables
Addi ng Calculations to a Fact Table Using helper tables to model many-to-many
relationships for team-based hierarchies in a
Creat ing new calcu lation measures based on dimension
existing logical co lu mns

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Creating Repositories Using Mul ti di mensional Data
Sources

Adding a mult idimensional data source an


Oracle BI repository
Displaying data fro m mult idimensional sources
in Oracle BI Answers requests and Oracle BI
Interactive Dashboards

Security

Creat ing users and groups


Setting permissions for users and groups
Authenticating using a external database
Authenticating using database authentication
Setting query limits and timing restrictions
Setting filters to personalize information

Cache Management

Restricting tables as non-cacheable


Using Cache Manager
Inspecting cache reports
Purging cache entries
Modifying cache parameters and options
Seeding the cache

Setting Up and Admi nistering Usage Tracking

Tracking and storing Oracle BI Server usage at


the detailed query level
Using usage tracking statistics to optimize
query performance and aggregation strategies
Analyzing usage results using Oracle BI
Answers and other reporting tools

Using Administration Tool wizards and utilities to


manage, maintain, and enhance repositories

Emp loying techniques to optimize Oracle BI


query performance
Applying Oracle BI repository design principles

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Creating Answer Request

Working with Oracle Business Intelligence Ans wers Customizing the Oracle B usiness Intelligence User
Interface
Introduction to Oracle BI Answers
Working with requests in Oracle BI Answers Modifying cascading style sheets
Using advanced formatting Modifying XM L message files
Making configuration changes using the
Filtering Requests in Oracle Business Intelligence instanceconfig file
Ans wers
Configuring Gui ded Navig ation Links
Introduction to filters in Answers
Adding filter pro mpts to requests Building guided navigation with static lin ks
Using saved requests as filters Building guided navigation with conditional
lin ks and sections
Oracle Business Intelligence Ans wers: Advanced
Features Administering the Oracle Business Intelligence
Presentation Catalog
Co mbin ing request criteria using set operations
Executing direct database requests Maintaining the Oracle BI Presentation Catalog
Ed iting logical SQL generated by a request Managing security
Understanding security inheritance
Building Views and Charts in Requests Describing the Presentation Catalog structure
Permission types
Introduction to Answers views and charts Setting permissions using the Manage Catalog
screen
Creat ing and editing charts
Performing co mmon view tasks
Using Oracle Business Intelligence Deli vers
Showing Results with Gauge Views
Introduction to Oracle BI Delivers
Configuring delivery devices
Introduction to Gauge views
Working with Gauge views Adding delivery profiles
Building alerts
Introduction to Oracle BI Scheduler
Showing Results with Pi vot Tables
Scripted jobs

Introduction to pivot tables Using Oracle Business Intelligence Briefing Books


Formatting pivot tables
Setting aggregation rules and building formulas
Introduction to Oracle BI Briefing Books
Creat ing an Oracle BI Briefing Book
Creating Oracle Business Intelligence Interacti ve
Dashboards Adding Content to Briefing Books
Ed iting a Briefing Book
Downloading and viewing a Briefing Book
Introduction to Interactive Dashboards and
Adding a list of Briefing Books to a Dashboard
pages
Using Briefing Books with Oracle BI Delivers
Dashboard Editor UI elements
Co mposing dashboard elements
Using Oracle B I for Microsoft Office
Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence Interacti ve
Dashboards Introduction to Oracle BI for M icrosoft Office
Working with Oracle BI content in Microsoft
Office applications
Types of dashboard content
Embedding content in Interactive Dashboards
Using bookmark links to distribute and save
Interactive Dashboards

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Using Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher

Introduction to Oracle BI Publisher


Creat ing a BI Publisher report fro m an Answers
request
Creat ing a BI Publisher report fro m the BI
Server
Integrating Discoverer worksheet content in a
BI Publisher report

Reviewi ng Interacti ve Dashboard Design Princi ples


and Best Practices

Understanding dashboard design principles


Conceptualizing dashboards
Dashboard fundamentals

Creating Statutory reporti ng Essbase as Data Source,

Building Financial Data Model using Essbase


Building Statutory reports

Case Study

Understanding business requirement.


Building Statutory reports

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Working with Oracle BI Publishe r [XML Publisher]

Introduction to BI Publisher

Oracle BI Publisher: Business Document


Requirements
Functions of Reporting Systems
Oracle BI Publisher Paradig m
End-to-End View and Salient Features of BI
Publisher

Oracle B I Publisher: Technol ogy and Architecture

Describe the components of Oracle BI


Publisher
Describe the architecture of Oracle BI Publisher
Describe the Oracle BI Publisher Underlying
Technology

Introduction to XML Standards

Describe the X Standards


Understand XML, XM L Schema, DTDs, and
XSL

Getting Started wi th B I Publisher: Creating a Simple


Report

Opening and viewing a Predefined Report


Creat ing a BI Publisher Report Based on Oracle
Database
Ed iting the Properties of a Report

Creating Simple RTF Templ ates

Exp lain the capabilities of RTF templates


Describe the methods for RTF template creation
Create an RTF template

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