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  • Oracle: Data Warehouse Builder
  • What Is Oracle Warehouse Builder? – Oracle Warehouse Builder is Oracle’s industry- leading enterprise business intelligence integration design tool. – Warehouse Builder manages the full life cycle of data and metadata for Oracle Database. • Provides an easy to use, graphical environment to design, deploy, and manage business intelligence systems • Enables the extraction, transformation, and loading (ETL) of data for quality information in the Oracle database • Protects and leverages customer investment in the Oracle technology stack through data and metadata integration
  • Producing Quality Information Business Transformation intelligence Action Data Information Knowledge (quality information) • Warehouse Builder enables the extraction, transformation, and loading of data to produce quality information in the Oracle database.
  • Managing the Full Life Cycle of Metadata and Data
  • BI Environment from an OWB Perspective OWB Model, extract, transform, load, and manage BI data Create Share OWB repository analytic business content intelligenc e Relational Portal Disco BI Beans Sources and/or Plus page • Relational Multi- Disco • Flat files dimensional Spread Repo Viewer • Applications (OLAP) -sheet rts BI • Mainframe Beans • SAP add-in Oracle database Tools using applicat BI data ion
  • Typical Flow of Design and 1 Deployment Design target metadata. 3 Design source-to- target mappings Capture or for ETL. 2 sample OWB source repository Validate, generate, metadata. 4 and deploy code. Possibly profile data. Derive and deploy 5 BI reporting infrastructure. Sources Target warehouse and data marts Execute process flows 6 or individual mappings to extract, transform, Capture knowledge Define A. and load data. 7 using “experts.” Define B. Map A to B.
  • Tasks Involved in Warehouse Builder Administration – Administer the repository – Perform metadata backup – Manage repository and recovery and target users – Manage metadata – Manage security changes privileges OWB – Diagnose errors – Troubleshoot repository common issues Sources Target – Maintain target warehouse schema objects – Tune performance of ETL processes (optional)
  • Steps for Setting Up the Warehouse Builder Environment 1. Verify the installation requirements. 2. Determine the environment configuration scenarios. 3. Prepare the server infrastructure (OS, Database). 4. Install optional components. 5. Install Warehouse Builder. 6. Create the Warehouse Builder repository.
  • Installing Warehouse Builder – Warehouse Builder uses Oracle Universal Installer to install components and to configure environment variables. – OUI installs all the software at the same time. – This software can play the role of client or server software depending on where you run the installation.
  • Creating a Warehouse Builder Repository – Two ways of defining a Warehouse Builder repository: • Using Repository Assistant (wizard) • Using the OMB Plus OMBINSTALL OWB_REPOSITORY command – Two ways to create a repository when using the Repository Assistant: • Basic Install • Advanced Setup
  • Logging In to OWB Design Center If you have not yet created a repository, click the Get Started button to create one. This launches the Repository Assistant.
  • Design Center Menus Save Toolbar Project Explorer Connection Explorer Project Explorer: Holds all project organized metadata (also known as your design). Connection Explorer: Holds all information about physical locations and how these are managed in control centers Global Explorer: Holds all objects that are shared among users across the repository. It holds pre-built content, and you can create your own content for sharing across projects. Global Explorer
  • Projects – A project is the highest-level object in Warehouse Builder. – You should have all the objects you need in one project, as objects are not shareable across projects. Project A Data Mart Mapping Warehouse module-Finance Transformations Source module Project B Data Mart Mapping Warehouse module-Sales Transformations Source module
  • Objects in a Project Projects Project navigator tree
  • Objects Within a Project Oracle modules File module Applications module Process Flow module
  • Locations, Connectors, and Control Centers Oracle database location Directory and DB connectors SQL Server location File location SAP location Workflow location Discoverer location Control centers
  • Global Explorer Objects Custom transformations: functions, procedures, and packages Pre-defined transformations Public Experts Security node seen only by users granted the ADMINISTRATOR role
  • Deleting a Project You cannot delete the current active or expanded project, or the only project in a repository.
  • Setting Project Preferences
  • Setting Project Preferences
  • Scripting in Design Center You can run OMB Plus Tcl scripts to perform any function available in Design Center You can run OMB Plus (for example, to create, in Design Center or in modify, delete, import, a stand-alone or examine your OWB command-line mode. metadata).
  • Managing Deployment with the Control Center Manager Deployment tree
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