KPI Partners Blog

Beware What You Read On The Web About OBIEE

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Thu, Dec 27, 2012 @ 04:45 PM

by Kurt Wolff

It may be strange to be writing this with the intention of posting to a blog, but I thought someone should step back a minute and issue a few words of warning about information that can be found on the web about Oracle BI EE.

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Tags: Blog, Oracle BI, Oracle BI Applications, Kurt Wolff, Oracle, Mobile BI, OBIEE, Jeff McQuigg

Top 12 Most Read Oracle BI Articles of 2012

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Wed, Dec 26, 2012 @ 01:14 PM

Lets take a look at the most read Oracle Business Intelligence articles of 2012...

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Tags: Business Intelligence, Blog, Oracle BI, Kurt Wolff, Awards, Oracle, Exalytics, OBIEE, Abhinav Banerjee, Book, Endeca, Big Data

How Can I Change The OBIEE 11g Browser Title?

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Sun, Dec 23, 2012 @ 10:44 AM

by Shiva Molabanti

To change the OBIEE 11G browser Title name to your custom text...

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Tags: Oracle BI, OBIEE, Shiva Molabanti

How Do I Reset A Lost Weblogic Admin User Password?

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Mon, Dec 17, 2012 @ 01:40 PM

by Shiva Molabanti

You installed OBIEE 11G and you did not write down the Weblogic Domain admin password, or you’ve had it installed for a while and can’t remember what the password is to get into the WebLogic Admin console to make a change.  This post will help you do that so you can get on with your business.

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Tags: Blog, Oracle BI, Shiva Molabanti

A Holiday Message From KPI...

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Mon, Dec 17, 2012 @ 01:32 PM

The last 12 months have been very special. We hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday and a happy new year!
 We are looking forward to working with you in 2013.

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Tags: Sid Goel, Kusal Swarnakar

OBIEE 11G – Important Security Considerations (SSL) With LoadBalancer

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Mon, Dec 03, 2012 @ 11:27 PM

by Shiva Molabanti

In OBIEE enterprise topology, make sure the external load balancer used can terminate SSL requests at the load balancer and forward traffic to the back-end real servers using the equivalent non-SSL protocol (for example, HTTPS to HTTP).

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Tags: Oracle BI, OBIEE, Shiva Molabanti