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This training program prepare for OBI developer and independent consultant. Learning OBI adds great value to your skill asset. OBI is one of the most demanding technologies these days. OBI Data Integrator is a common tool used across all OBI Product stack to integrate data from disparate technologies. In the current business world, the data is spread across in different format, application and databases

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Obiee repository, reporting, dashboard, bi publisher reports

  1. 1. OBIEE Training By Amit Sharma Topic Name BI Reporting using OBIEE Modules Data warehousing fundamentals BI Repository BI Answer BI Publisher Hyperion Integration [Statutory Reporting case study] Sales Model Execution Duration (Hours) 40 Hours Deliverables Students Guides Lab Guides Video Tutorials of missing classes Interview Question Project implementation artifacts Prerequisite Basic knowledge of Database and Data Warehousing Fees INR 15,000 Contact Info aloo_a2@yahoo.comContact Point : Learn OBIEE/Hype rion by Amit Sharma
  2. 2. Repository BuildingRepository Basics  Creat ing new calcu lation measures based on physical colu mns  Creat ing new calcu lation measures using the  Oracle BI architecture co mponents Calculation Wizard  Repository structure, features, and functions  Using the OracleBI Ad min istration Tool Creating Dimension Hierarchies and Level-Based  Creat ing a repository  Measures  Loading a repository into Oracle BI Server memo ry   Creat ing dimension hierarch ies     Creat ing level-based measures Building the Physical Layer of a Repository   Creat ing share measures   Creat ing rank measures   Importing data sources   Setting up connection pool properties  Using Aggregates  Defining keys and joins   Examining physical layer object properties   Purpose of aggregate tables in dimensional  Creat ing alias and select tables  modeling  Building the Business Model and Mapping Layer of a  Modeling aggregate tables to improve queryRepository  performance    Testing aggregate navigation   Using the Aggregate Persistence Wizard   Building a business model  Building logical tables, colu mns, and sources Using Partitions and Frag ments  Defining log ical joins   Building measures   Purpose for segmenting data into partitions and  Examining business model object properties  frag ments  Building the Presentation Layer of a Repository   Partit ion types   Modeling partitions in an Oracle BI repository   Exp loring Presentation layer objects  Using Repository Variables  Creat ing Presentation layer objects   Modifying Presentation layer objects   Session variables    Examining Presentation layer object properties   Repository variables     Initializat ion blocks Testing and Validating a Repository   Using the Variable Manager   Using dynamic repository variables as filters   Checking repository consistency   Turning on logging  Modeling Time Series Data  Defining a repository in the in itialization file  Testing a repository using Oracle BI Answers   Using time co mparisons in business analysis  Inspecting the query log   Using Oracle BI time series functions to model time series data Adding Multiple Logical Table Sources Modeling Many-to-Many Relationships  Adding mult iple logical table sources to a logical table   Using bridge tables to resolve many-to-many  Specifying logical content  relationships between dimension tables and fact  tables Adding Calculations to a Fact Table  Using helper tables to model many-to- many relationships for team-based  Creat ing new calcu lation measures based on hierarchies in a dimension  existing logical co lu mns Learn OBIEE/Hype rion by Amit Sharma
  3. 3. Creating Repositories Using Multidimensional DataSources  Adding a mult idimensional data source an Oracle BI repository   Displaying data fro m mult idimensional sources in Oracle BI Answers requests and Oracle BI Interactive Dashboards Security  Creat ing 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 information Cache Management  Restricting tables as non-cacheable   Using Cache Manager   Inspecting cache reports   Purging cache entries   Modifying cache parameters and options   Seeding the cache 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 Using Administration Tool wizards and utilities tomanage, maintain, and enhance repositories  Emp loying techniques to optimize Oracle BI query performance  Applying Oracle BI repository design principles Learn OBIEE/Hype rion by Amit Sharma
  4. 4. Creating Answer RequestWorking with Oracle Business Intelligence Ans wers Customizing the Oracle Business Intelligence User Interface  Introduction to Oracle BI Answers   Working with requests in Oracle BI Answers    Modifying cascading style sheets   Using advanced formatting    Modifying XM L message files   Making configuration changes using theFiltering Requests in Oracle Business Intelligence instanceconfig file Ans wers Configuring Guided Navig ation Links  Introduction to filters in Answers  Adding filter pro mpts to requests  Building guided navigation with static lin ks  Using saved requests as filters  Building guided navigation with conditional lin ks and sections Oracle Business Intelligence Ans wers: AdvancedFeatures Administering the Oracle Business Intelligence Presentation Catalog  Co mbin ing request criteria using set operations  Executing direct database requests    Maintaining the Oracle BI Presentation Catalog   Ed iting logical SQL generated by a request    Managing security    Understanding security inheritance Building Views and Charts in Requests   Describing the Presentation Catalog structure    Permission types   Introduction to Answers views and charts  Setting permissions using the Manage Catalog  Creat ing and editing charts screen   Performing co mmon view tasks  Using Oracle Business Intelligence DeliversShowing Results with Gauge Views    Introduction to Oracle BI Delivers    Configuring delivery devices   Introduction to Gauge views    Adding delivery profiles   Working with Gauge views    Building alerts Showing Results with Pivot Tables   Introduction to Oracle BI Scheduler   Scripted jobs   Introduction to pivot tables  Using Oracle Business Intelligence Briefing Books  Formatting pivot tables   Setting aggregation rules and building formulas    Introduction to Oracle BI Briefing Books    Creat ing an Oracle BI Briefing Book Creating Oracle Business Intelligence Interactive  Adding Content to Briefing Books Dashboards  Ed iting a Briefing Book   Downloading and viewing a Briefing Book   Introduction to Interactive Dashboards and  Adding a list of Briefing Books to a Dashboard   pages   Using Briefing Books with Oracle BI Delivers   Dashboard Editor UI elements   Co mposing dashboard elements  Using Oracle BI for Microsoft OfficeConfiguring Oracle Business Intelligence InteractiveDashboards  Introduction to Oracle BI for M icrosoft Office  Working with Oracle BI content in Microsoft  Types of dashboard content  Office applications   Embedding content in Interactive Dashboards   Using bookmark links to distribute and save Interactive Dashboards  Learn OBIEE/Hype rion by Amit Sharma
  5. 5. Using Oracle Business Intelligence Publisher  Introduction to Oracle BI Publisher   Creat ing a BI Publisher report fro m an Answers request   Creat ing a BI Publisher report fro m the BI Server   Integrating Discoverer worksheet content in a BI Publisher report Reviewing Interactive Dashboard Design Principlesand Best Practices  Understanding dashboard design principles   Conceptualizing dashboards   Dashboard fundamentals Creating Statutory reporting Essbase as Data Source,  Building Financial Data Model using Essbase   Building Statutory reports Case Study  Understanding business requirement.   Building Statutory reports  Learn OBIEE/Hype rion by Amit Sharma
  6. 6. Working with Oracle BI Publishe r [XML Publisher] Introduction to BI Publisher  Oracle BI Publisher: Business Document Requirements   Functions of Reporting Systems   Oracle BI Publisher Paradig m  End-to-End View and Salient Features of BI Publisher Oracle BI Publisher: Technology and Architecture  Describe the components of Oracle BI Publisher   Describe the architecture of Oracle BI Publisher   Describe the Oracle BI Publisher Underlying Technology Introduction to XML Standards  Describe the X Standards   Understand XML, XM L Schema, DTDs, and XSL Getting Started with BI Publisher: Creating a SimpleReport  Opening and viewing a Predefined Report   Creat ing a BI Publisher Report Based on Oracle Database   Ed iting the Properties of a Report Creating Simple RTF Templates  Exp lain the capabilities of RTF templates  Describe the methods for RTF template creation   Create an RTF template  Learn OBIEE/Hype rion by Amit Sharma
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