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Obiee online training by KNACK IT TRAINING

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OBIEE ONLINE TRAINING BY KNACK IT TRAINING.
WELL EXPERIENCED AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINERS ACROSS US , INDIA AND OTHER COUNTRIES . CERTIFIED CONSULTANTS AND WILL PROVIDE JOB GUIDANCE IF REQUIRED

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Obiee online training by KNACK IT TRAINING

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  2. 2.  Data Warehousing Concepts ◦ Introduction and Definition ◦ Sources, Transformations and Targets( Architecture ) ◦ Data Extraction, Data Transformations and Data Loading( Data Acquisition Process) ◦ Data Warehousing Approaches ◦ Staging Area, Metadata, Repository and Data Mart ◦ Differences between OLTP and OLAP( DSS ) Systems ◦ Operational Data Store( ODS ) ◦ Business Intelligence ◦ Star Schema Design & Confirmed Dimension, Fact less Fact Table, Types of Facts ◦ Slowly Changing Dimensions( SCD )
  3. 3.  OBI ARCHITECTURE ◦ Clients ◦ OBI Presentation Services ◦ OBI Server ◦ OBI Repository (.rpd) ◦ Data Sources  OBI COMPONENTS ◦ OBI Administration Tool ◦ OBI Answers ◦ Intelligence dashboards
  4. 4.  Oracle Business Analysis Warehouse  Sample Request Processing  Using the OracleBI Administration Tool  Repository Directory  Repository Files ( Initialization files and log files)  Informatica Server ETLLoading a repository into Oracle BI Server memory  Creating a repository  Connection Pool  Repository Modes ( ONLINE and OFFLINE )  Physical Layer  Business Model & Mapping Layer  Presentation Layer  Presentation Catalogs, Folders and Columns  Error Messages
  5. 5.  BUILDING THE PHYSICAL LAYER OF A REPOSITORY ◦ Defining an ODBC System DSN ◦ Setting up connection pool properties ◦ Importing data sources ( Physical Schema ) ◦ Verifying the import ◦ Defining physical keys and joins ◦ Creating alias and select tables  BUILDING THE BUSINESS MODEL AND MAPPING LAYER OF A REPOSITORY ◦ Creating the logical business model ◦ Creating the logical tables, columns, and sources ◦ Defining logical joins ◦ Adding Calculation to a Fact Table ◦ Building measures  BUILDING THE PRESENTATION LAYER OF A REPOSITORY ◦ Creating a new Presentation Catalog ◦ Modifying Presentation layer objects ◦ Rename tables ◦ Reorder Table
  6. 6.  TESTING AND VALIDATING A REPOSITORY ◦ Checking repository consistency ◦ Defining a repository in the initialization file ◦ Testing a repository using Oracle BI Answers ◦ Message Severity ◦ iewing Server Logs  BUILDING THE PHYSICAL LAYER OF A REPOSITORY ◦ Defining an ODBC System DSN ◦ Setting up connection pool properties ◦ Importing data sources ( Physical Schema ) ◦ Verifying the import ◦ Defining physical keys and joins ◦ Creating alias and select tables
  7. 7.  BUILDING THE BUSINESS MODEL AND MAPPING LAYER OF A REPOSITORY ◦ Creating the logical business model ◦ Creating the logical tables, columns, and sources ◦ Defining logical joins ◦ Adding Calculation to a Fact Table ◦ Building measures  BUILDING THE PRESENTATION LAYER OF A REPOSITORY ◦ Creating a new Presentation Catalog ◦ Modifying Presentation layer objects ◦ Rename tables ◦ Reorder Table  TESTING AND VALIDATING A REPOSITORY ◦ Checking repository consistency ◦ Defining a repository in the initialization file ◦ Adding Multiple Logical Table Sources ◦ Adding multiple logical table sources to a logical table ◦ Specifying logical content
  8. 8.  ADDING MULTIPLE LOGICAL TABLE SOURCES ◦ Adding multiple logical table sources to a logical table ◦ Specifying logical content  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 Wizard  CREATING DIMENSION HIERARCHIES AND LEVEL-BASED MEASURES ◦ Creating dimension hierarchies ◦ Creating level-based measures  CREATING & USING AGGREGATES ◦ Purpose of aggregate tables in dimensional modeling ◦ Modeling aggregate tables to improve query performance ◦ Testing aggregate navigation
  9. 9.  Using Initialization Blocks Repository Variables  CREATING DYNAMIC REPOSITORY VARIABLES  EXECUTE DIRECT DATABASE REQUESTS ◦ Accessing database directly  CREATING TIME SERIES MEASURES ◦ Using time comparisons in business analysis ◦ Using Oracle BI time series functions to model time series data  CREATING DIMENSION HIERARCHIES AND LEVEL-BASED MEASURES ◦ Creating dimension hierarchies ◦ Creating level-based measures  Providing Security for Groups & UsersANSWERS (REPORTS) WORKING WITH ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANSWERS ◦ Introduction to Oracle BI Answers ◦ Working with requests in Oracle BI Answers ◦ Using advanced formatting ◦ Creating report Level Hierarchy
  10. 10.  FILTERING REQUESTS IN ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANSWERS ◦ Introduction to filters in Answers ◦ Adding filter prompts to requests ◦ Using saved requests as filters  BUILDING VIEWS AND CHARTS IN REQUESTS ◦ Introduction to Answers views and charts ◦ Creating and editing charts ◦ Performing common view tasks ◦ Creating a Narrative View ◦ Creating a column Selector
  11. 11.  SHOWING RESULTS WITH PIVOT TABLES ◦ Introduction to pivot tables ◦ Formatting pivot tables ◦ Setting aggregation rules and building formulas  CREATING ORACLE BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE INTERACTIVE DASHBOARDS ◦ Introduction to Interactive Dashboards and pages ◦ Adding Objects to Dashboard ◦ Creating Dashboard prompts ◦ Embedding content in an Interactive Dashboard
  12. 12.  regcourse@knackittraining.com  +91 9769176196, +1 720 221 4326  @Copyright Knack IT Training

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