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Business Intelligence Doesn't Need To Be Scary

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Thu, Oct 31, 2013 @ 08:23 AM

Happy Halloween From KPI Partners


[Video] Happy Halloween From KPI Partners

The team at KPI wishes you a safe and candy filled Halloween.  Here's a snapshot of all the October activity at KPI Partners:

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Tags: Blog, News, Video, Holiday

Installing The Oracle BI Mobile App Designer

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Tue, Oct 29, 2013 @ 08:37 AM

by Shiva Molabanti

Prerequisites:

  • OBIEE 11.1.1.7.1 (If your version of Oracle BI EE is not 11.1.1.7.1, download Patch 16556157: OBIEE BUNDLE PATCH 11.1.1.7.1 from My Oracle Support).
  • To support Oracle BI Mobile App Designer with Oracle BI Web Catalog, Apply OBIEE 11.1.1.7.1 MLR Patch 17004920.
  • Download Oracle BI Mobile App Designer Patch 17220944 from My Oracle Support.

Installation Steps:

  1. Stop All OBIEE 11G services (Weblogic Admin Server, Managed Server and OPMN services).
  2. Apply OBIEE 11.1.1.7.1 MLR Patch 17004920 using OPatch Utility.
  3. Apply Oracle BI Mobile App designer Patch 17220944 using OPatch Utility.
  4. Deploy the Oracle BI Mobile App Designer (MAD) manually using Weblogic Configuration Assistant as shown below.
  5. Open Command prompt window and Navigate to: <MW_HOME>\Oracle_BI1\common\bin
  6. Run "config.bat" to start the WebLogic Configuration Assistant Tool.

On welcome screen, select ‘"Extend an existing WebLogic domain" and click "Next."

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Tags: Business Intelligence, Blog, Oracle BI, Oracle BI Applications, Oracle, Mobile BI, OBIEE, Shiva Molabanti, Tutorial, Oracle BI Mobile App Designer

[Recording] Hutchinson & Miller Share How To Deliver Value With Oracle BI Apps

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Mon, Oct 28, 2013 @ 02:11 PM

Providing actionable business intelligence across the enterprise to enable informed decision-making and streamlined business processes is an obtainable goal. Often the challenge is determining where to start, how to select trusted advisors, how to form your team, and how to set user expectations.

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Tags: Business Intelligence, Blog, Oracle BI, Data Warehousing, Oracle BI Applications, Oracle, Webinar, Book, Sid Goel, Human Resource Analytics, Financial Analytics, Examining OBIA 11g, Simon Miller, William Hutchinson

Oracle BI Mobile App Designer For Any Platform, Device or Screen Size

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Tue, Oct 22, 2013 @ 10:41 AM

by Shiva Molabanti

Oracle introduced another great application called “Oracle BI Mobile App Designer (MAD)” in Release 11.1.1.7.1 of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (Oracle BI EE). 

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Tags: Business Intelligence, Blog, Oracle BI, Oracle, Mobile BI, OBIEE, Shiva Molabanti, Tutorial

[Photo] McQuigg & Ponaganti Accept Award From Oracle

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Thu, Oct 17, 2013 @ 04:49 PM

Jeff McQuigg and Ramesh Ponaganti recently represented KPI Partners at the Oracle PartnerNetwork's reception which honored winners of the 2013 Oracle Excellence Awards.  KPI Partners was honored as the receipient of the 2013 Oracle Excellence Award in two categories:  Business Intelligence/Enterprise Performance Management and Education.

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Tags: Business Intelligence, Blog, Press, Oracle BI Applications, Oracle EPM, Events, Awards, EPM, Hyperion, Jeff Henley, Jeff McQuigg, Ramesh Ponaganti, Jeremiah Johnson, Education, Oracle PartnerNetwork

OBIEE 11G Configuration: Maximum Limits

Posted by KPI Partners News Team on Mon, Oct 14, 2013 @ 01:13 PM

by Shiva Molabanti

In OBIEE 11G, The instanceconfig.xml file stores the Oracle Business Intelligence Presentation Services configuration settings. Many configuration settings are available in EM and those should be controlled within EM only unless if we disabled centralConfigurationEnabled option. If any particular setting is not available in EM then we should make changes directly in instanceconfig.xml file. There are many situations where we need to change the default OBI configuration settings to a new value.

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Tags: Blog, Oracle BI, Oracle, OBIEE, Shiva Molabanti