San Jose, CA – May 21, 2014. KPI Partners, a Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), today announced it has achieved OPN Specialized status for Education and Research.
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by Sid Goel
Do you really know what’s going on inside your business?
Or are you just looking at sets of spreadsheets? Of course, recording data in spreadsheets is the natural starting point but it doesn’t take long before it is too time-consuming, potentially inaccurate and misleading, particularly in the reconciliation of data for reporting purposes.
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by Raviteja Santosh
Upgrading A Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) Repository from ODI 11g to ODI 12c
Migrating Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) from version 11g to 12c is not straight forward as exporting and importing it into a new repository. An administrator needs to upgrade the 11g version of the repository to the 12c version so the new features can be incorporated into into the code.
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by Suman Busireddy
Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE) 11g provides multi-dimensional navigation/analysis support. This multi-dimensional feature is supported for almost any data source including Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services (SASS). For Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services 2008/2012, we need to make an initial configuration before getting started with OBIEE.
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by Imtiyaz Basha
Learn How To Configure, Monitor, and Subscribe To Reports, Views and Workbooks Inside Tableau.
The Subscriptions feature is considered to be one among the most important features in Tableau's interactive data visualization product. It is by far the easiest way to ensure that you review the most critical and valuable information on a regular basis. The information is shared via email once you have subscribed to a dashboard. The subscription feature is available from Tableau version 8.0 onwards.
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