KPI Partners Blog

5 New Webinar Recordings on Oracle BI Posted To Archive

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Tue, Dec 27, 2011 @ 01:58 PM

The experts at KPI Partners have completed a marathon schedule of webinars from the end of October through December.   In the event you missed an event, a recording from each of the webinars have been posted to the KPI Partners webinar archive.

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Tags: Blog, Oracle BI, Oracle BI Applications, Webinar, Case Study, Pre-Built Solutions

Oracle BI Partner Offers 50% Off Training To Public

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Wed, Dec 21, 2011 @ 02:40 PM

KPI Partners extends limited time offer to enroll in any training course at 50% off.

New York, NY – December 21, 2011 -- KPI Partners today announced the launch of a new campaign offering 50% off course fees for any scheduled 2012 Oracle BI training course through KPI University, the company's center for education and training.  

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Tags: Oracle BI, News, Oracle BI Applications, KPI University, Training

Fact Based Partitioning in OBIEE

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Tue, Dec 20, 2011 @ 04:43 PM

by Kurt Wolff

One of the questions that comes up over and over again is how to show all periods in a query when facts don’t exist for all periods or how to show all products when facts don’t exist for all products.

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Tags: Blog, Oracle BI, Kurt Wolff

Evaluate With Date Functions in OBIEE

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Mon, Dec 05, 2011 @ 10:01 AM

by Kurt Wolff

If you’re not concerned about database portability – for example, you use Oracle and that’s that, forever – then the evaluate function in OBIEE can be useful. However, using the evaluate function can be tricky, and the documentation could be better.

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Tags: Blog, Oracle BI, Kurt Wolff

Advanced Relationship Modeling in OBIEE - N:N Fact

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Thu, Dec 01, 2011 @ 11:56 AM

by Kurt Wolff

[Note: the following discussion is based on OBIEE version 10.1.3.4.0 and Oracle XE version 10G, both running on Windows. The behavior of other versions of OBIEE could be different.]

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Tags: Blog, Oracle BI, Kurt Wolff