Posts Tagged ‘Oracle BI 11g’

Web API Using Azure

OBIEE Automated Cache Purge Using ODI

The OBIEE BI Server cache is the most effective way of improving response times of OBIEE dashboards followed by database modifications and tuning. Using data present in the cache limits the load on the database considerably. It is also effective for improving network, BI server and dashboard performance for obvious reasons. However, after a certain […]

KScope14 Session: Empower Mobile Restaurant Operations Analytics

Perficient is exhibiting and presenting this week at KScope14 in Seattle, WA. On Monday, June 23 I presented my retail-focused solution offering built upon the success of Perficient’s Retail Pathways, but using the Oracle suite of products. In order to focus the discussion to fit within a one hour window I chose restaurant operations to […]

Excerpts from Oracle OpenWorld 2012

There has been a lot going in the BI world and Oracle had a bevy of announcements in the last Oracle Openworld 2012. Its been 3 months since the events, but the trends and announcements would have lasting impact on the BI world. The BI specific topics that were covered in the event were about […]

Handy OBIEE Tricks – RR_4035 SQL Error / ORA-00911: invalid character

On my current project I am implementing OBIEE 11.1.1.5 with OBI Applications 7.9.6.3. I am running the Data Warehouse Administration Console 10.1.3.4.1 and Informatica 9.0.1 HF2 on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard Edition. Once I followed all of the installation and configuration steps I was able to run my first full execution plan to […]

OBIEE 11.1.1.5 Project Log, Part 1: Operating Systems

Welcome to my Oracle BI 11.1.1.5 Project Log series. This will be an open ended series related to decisions made and lessons learned in a live Perficient project. I will be focusing on the technology questions which should be generic to any OBIEE implementation. Which Operating System Should We Use? If a client has a […]