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Oracle business intelligence 10g course curriculum

  1. 1. Faculties OnlineOracle Business Intelligence Enterprise EditionCourse CurriculumOBIEE Training ModulesMode of Training::OnlineCourse duration::30 hoursWeekday Session Duration::1-1.5 HoursWeekend Session Duration::2-2.5 Hours-----------Lesson 1: Repository Basics Oracle BI architecture & components () Repository structure, features, and functions Using the Oracle BI Administration Tool Creating a repository Loading a repository into Oracle BI Server memoryLesson 2: Building the Physical Layer of a Repository Importing data sources Setting up connection pool properties Defining keys and joins Examining physical layer object properties Creating alias and select tables Lab ExerciseLesson 3: Building the Business Model and Mapping Layer of a Repository Building a business model Building logical tables, columns, and sources Defining logical joins Building measures Examining business model object properties Lab ExerciseLesson 4: Building the Presentation Layer of a Repository Exploring Presentation layer objects Creating Presentation layer objects Modifying Presentation layer objects Examining Presentation layer object properties Lab ExerciseLesson 5: Testing and Validating a Repository Checking repository consistency Turning on logging Defining a repository in the initialization file Testing a repository using Oracle BI Answers Inspecting the query log Lab Exercise Faculties Online Educational Services Pvt Limited Tel: +1 516 515 3411 (USA) : +91 40 6464 3009 ( INDIA )
  2. 2. ---------Lesson 6: Adding Multiple Logical Table Source Adding multiple logical table sources to a logical table Specifying logical contentLesson 7: Adding Calculations to a Fact Table Creating new calculation measures based on existing logical columns Creating new calculation measures based on physical columns Creating new calculation measures using the Calculation WizardLesson 8: Creating Dimension Hierarchies and Level-BasedMeasures Creating dimension hierarchies Creating level-based measures Creating share measures Creating rank measuresLesson 9: Modeling Aggregates Purpose of aggregate tables in dimensional modeling Modeling aggregate tables to improve query performance Testing aggregate navigation Using the aggregate persistence wizardLesson 10: Using Partitions and Fragments Purpose for segmenting data into partitions and fragments Partition types Modeling partitions in an Oracle BI repository----------Lesson 11: Repository Variables Session variables Repository variables Initialization blocks Using the Variable Manager Using dynamic repository variables as filtersLesson 12: Modeling Time Series Data Using time comparisons in business analysis Using Oracle BI time series functions to model time series dataLesson 13: Modeling Many-to-Many Relationships Using bridge tables to resolve many-to-many relationships between dimension tables and fact tables Using helper tables to model many-to-many relationships for team-based hierarchies in a dimension Faculties Online Educational Services Pvt Limited Tel: +1 516 515 3411 (USA) : +91 40 6464 3009 ( INDIA )
  3. 3. Lesson 14: Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence data andmetadata to supportmultilingual environmentsLesson 15: Setting an Implicit Fact Column Adding fact columns automatically to dimension-only queries Ensuring the expected results for dimension-only queries Selecting a predetermined fact table source Specifying a default join path between dimension tables-----------Lesson 16: Integrating Third-Party Reporting Tools with OracleBI ServerLesson 17: Creating Repositories Using Multidimensional DataSources Adding a multidimensional data source an Oracle BI repository Displaying data from multidimensional sources in Oracle BI Answers requests and Oracle BI Interactive DashboardsLesson 18: Security Creating 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 informationLesson 19: Cache Management Restricting tables as non-cacheable Using Cache Manager Inspecting cache reports Purging cache entries Seeding the cache Modifying cache parameters and optionsLesson 20: Setting Up and Administering 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 -------------Lesson 21: Multi-user Development Setting up a multi-user development environment Developing a repository using multiple developers Tracking development project history Faculties Online Educational Services Pvt Limited Tel: +1 516 515 3411 (USA) : +91 40 6464 3009 ( INDIA )
  4. 4. Lesson 22: Setting Up and Administering Usage Tracking Employing techniques to optimize Oracle BI query performance Applying Oracle BI repository design principlesLession 23: Working with Oracle Business IntelligenceAnswers Introduction to Oracle BI Answers Working with requests in Oracle BI Answers Using advanced formattingLession 24: Filtering Requests in Oracle Business IntelligenceAnswers Introduction to filters in Answers Adding filter prompts to requests Using saved requests as filtersLession 25: Oracle Business Intelligence Answers: AdvancedFeatures Combining request criteria using set operations Executing direct database requests Editing logical SQL generated by a request-------------Lession 26: Building Views and Charts in Requests Introduction to Answers views and charts Creating and editing charts Performing common view tasksLession 27: Showing Results with Gauge Views Introduction to Gauge views Working with Gauge viewsLession 28: Showing Results with Pivot Tables Introduction to pivot tables Formatting pivot tables Setting aggregation rules and building formulasLession 29: Creating Oracle Business Intelligence Interactive Dashboards Introduction to Interactive Dashboards and pages Dashboard Editor UI elements Composing dashboard elementsLession 30: Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence Interactive Dashboards Types of dashboard content Embedding content in Interactive Dashboards Using bookmark links to distribute and save Interactive Dashboards------------ Faculties Online Educational Services Pvt Limited Tel: +1 516 515 3411 (USA) : +91 40 6464 3009 ( INDIA )
  5. 5. Lession 31: Customizing the Oracle Business Intelligence UserInterface Modifying cascading style sheets Modifying XML message files Making configuration changes using the instanceconfig fileLession 32: Configuring Guided Navigation Links Building guided navigation with static links Building guided navigation with conditional links and sectionsLession 33: Administering the Oracle Business IntelligencePresentation Catalog Maintaining the Oracle BI Presentation Catalog Managing security Understanding security inheritance Describing the Presentation Catalog structure Permission types Setting permissions using the Manage Catalog screenLession 34: Using Oracle Business Intelligence Delivers Introduction to Oracle BI Delivers Configuring delivery devices Adding delivery profiles Building alerts Introduction to Oracle BI Scheduler Scripted jobsLession 35: Using Oracle Business Intelligence Briefing Books Introduction to Oracle BI Briefing Books Creating an Oracle BI Briefing Book Adding Content to Briefing Books Editing a Briefing Book Downloading and viewing a Briefing Book Adding a list of Briefing Books to a Dashboard Using Briefing Books with Oracle BI Delivers ------------------Lession 36: Using Oracle BI for Microsoft Office Introduction to Oracle BI for Microsoft Office Working with Oracle BI content in Microsoft Office applicationsLession 37: Using Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher Introduction to Oracle BI Publisher Creating a BI Publisher report from an Answers request Creating a BI Publisher report from the BI Server Integrating Discoverer worksheet content in a BI Publisher reportLession 38: Reviewing Interactive Dashboard Design Principles and BestPractices Faculties Online Educational Services Pvt Limited Tel: +1 516 515 3411 (USA) : +91 40 6464 3009 ( INDIA )
  6. 6. Understanding dashboard design principles Conceptualizing dashboards Dashboard fundamentals ------------------Lession 39: Security Exploring Oracle BI default security settings Creating users and groups Creating application roles Setting up object permissions Setting row-level security (data filters) Setting query limits and timing restrictionsLession 40: Configuring Write Back Enabling write back in a repository Creating a write back template Granting write back privileges Enabling write back in an analysisLession 41: Performing a Patch Merge Comparing repositories Equalizing objects Creating a patch Applying a patch Making merge decisionsLession 42: Limiting and Grouping Data in Analyses Introduction to filters and selections Creating, editing, and grouping filters Adding prompts to analyses Dynamic filtering Using saved analyses as filters Creating groups Creating calculated items Creating selection stepsLession 43: Working with Views and Graphs in Analyses Introduction to views, graphs, and editors Working with views in Compound Layouts Creating and editing graphs Linking master-detail views Performing common view tasksLession 44: Visualizing Data: Gauges, Maps, and Mobile Introduction to Gauge views Working with Gauge views Introduction to Map views and their components Creating and editing Map views Faculties Online Educational Services Pvt Limited Tel: +1 516 515 3411 (USA) : +91 40 6464 3009 ( INDIA )
  7. 7. Introduction to Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile Working with and searching content in BI MobileLession 45: Measuring Results with Key PerformanceIndicators Introduction to KPIs Creating KPIs, setting trending, dimensionality, and thresholds Introduction to KPI Watchlists Creating a KPI Watchlist Changing Dimensionality for a KPI Watchlist eventLession 46: Creating Dashboard Prompts and Variables Overview of variables Introduction to dashboard prompts and prompt types Adding a named dashboard prompt to a dashboard Adding a hidden named dashboard prompt to a dashboard Creating additional prompt page and setting page preferences Variables and prompts Adding variable prompts to a dashboard Wiring dashboard promptsLession 47: Using Oracle Business Intelligence Delivers Using Analysis and KPI conditions to deliver content with Agents Subscribing to an Agent Lab Exercises:: It will be distributed and taken after each module. N.B::The Course scheduled content may change and depends on case to case but best practice to align with this generic format and complete the overall course with 100% high quality delivery excellence. Faculties Online Educational Services Pvt Limited Tel: +1 516 515 3411 (USA) : +91 40 6464 3009 ( INDIA )