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Oracle – Business Intelligence

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10Daneces which is an ISO 9001:2008 certified training institute in Noida which is foremost IT Training Institute leveraging from past 15 years. Our expertise and technical trainers have designed the course “Oracle Business IntelligenceTraining” for college students, freshers, professional, non-professionals anyone who wants to make a bright career in Oracle which has huge scope and in high demand in the Industry. Oracle-Business Intelligence is a comprehensive and innovative Business Intelligence platform that provides whole range of BI Capabilities.

If you feel that you don’t have such knowledge and still you want to go for this then not an issue because we have designed the course keeping in mind the different levels of student’s basic and advanced level. We have batches as per students convenience weekdays and weekend. You can attend a demo class free of cost and can register yourself thereafter.

Pre-requisites:

  • Basic computer knowledge
  • Familiarity of data processing
  • Basic knowledge of Oracle & Database.

Key Features of Oracle – Business Intelligence Training are:

  • Design POC (Proof of Concept): This process is used to ensure the feasibility of the client application.
  • Video Recording of every session will be provided to candidates.
  • Live Project Based Training.
  • Job-Oriented Course Curriculum.
  • Course Curriculum is approved by Hiring Professionals of our client.
  • Post Training Support  will helps the associate to implement the knowledge on client Projects.
  • Certification Based Training are designed by Certified Professionals from the relevant industries focusing on the needs of the market & certification requirement.
  • Interview calls till placement.

Creating a Repository Using the Oracle BI 11g Administration Tool

  • Overview
  • Building the Physical Layer of a Repository
  • Building the Business Model and Mapping Layer of a Repository
  • Building the Presentation Layer of a Repository
  • Testing and Validating a Repository
  • Managing Logical Table Sources
  • Creating Calculation Measures
  • Creating Logical Dimensions with Level-Based Hierarchies
  • Creating Level-Based Measures
  • Creating Logical Dimensions with Parent-Child Hierarchies
  • Creating Logical Dimensions with Ragged and Skipped-Level Hierarchies
  • Using Aggregates
  • Using Initialization Blocks and Variables
  • Creating Time Series Measures

Integrating Oracle Essbase 11.1.2.1 with Oracle Business Intelligence 11g

  • Importing a Multidimensional Data Source into a Repository
    • Importing an Essbase cube into the repository.
    • Exploring the multidimensional schema in the Physical layer
    • Converting the Measure dimension to flat measures
    • Verifying the connection to the Essbase data source
    • Creating the business model
    • Creating the subject area
  • Performing Ad Hoc Analysis on the Imported Data Source
    • Creating a simple chart

Merging and Importing from Different Repositories Using Oracle BI 11g 

  • Examining Merge Scenarios
    • Describing Merge Types
  • Merging Objects from Different Repositories with a Common Parent (Standard Three-Way Merge)
  • Merging Objects from Different Repositories without a Common Parent (Two-Way Merge)

Setting Up a Multiuser Development Environment (MUDE)

  • Preparing the Environment – Initial Administrative Tasks
  • Working in a Multiuser Development Environment
  • Checking In and Publishing a MUDE Project

Federating Essbase and Relational Data in Oracle BI 11g

  • Building a Business Model to Provide Horizontal Federation
    • Adding Relational Measures
    • Creating Logical Joins in the Business Model: Products Dimension
    • Creating a Subject Area and Saving the Repository
    • Verifying your Work in Oracle BI EE
  • Building a Business Model to Provide Vertical Federation
    • Modifying the Months Hierarchy for Vertical Federation
    • Mapping Facts to Multiple Sources and Setting Logical Levels
    • Checking Vertical Federation in Oracle BI EE

Setting Up Usage Tracking in Oracle BI 11g

  • Creating the Usage Tracking Subject Area in the Repository
  • Configuring Usage Tracking in Enterprise Manager
  • Populating the Usage Tracking Table and Verifying Usage Tracking
  • Creating Aggregates using Aggregate Persistence Wizard in Oracle BI 11g

Setting Up the Data Schema in Oracle Database 

  • Creating the Aggregates
  • Verifying that the Aggregates were Successfully Created
  • Creating Analysis to Use the Aggregates

Setting Up and Running Summary Advisor on an Exalytics Machine

  • Deleting Aggregates
  • Setting Up Summary Advisor
  • Running Summary Advisor Wizard
  • Creating Aggregates
  • Using the Aggregates

Oracle BI EE (11.1.1.7): New Features

  • Presentation Services
    • Selecting a Recommended Visualization
    • Using Breadcrumbs to Navigate Oracle BI Content
    • Creating Custom Print Layouts
    • Freezing Dashboard Columns
    • Creating a Performance Tile View
    • Using the Current View or All Views Option
    • Limiting Values in a Column Prompt Value List
    • Replacing an Analysis in a Dashboard
    • Specifying Fixed Headers or Paging Controls
  • BI Mobile
  • Installation
  • Metadata Repository
  • System Administration
  • Security

Creating Analyses and Dashboards 11g (OBI EE 11.1.1.7)

  • Beginning the Analytic Process
  • Creating Analysis
  • Adding a Graph to an Analysis
  • Working with Pivot Tables, and Master-Detail Linking
  • Adding Performance Tile to an Analysis
  • Adding a Simple Trellis to an Analysis
  • Working with Other View Types
  • Building Dashboards
  • Prompting to Filter Analysis

Integrating Oracle BI EE with Oracle Hyperion Smart View for Office

  • Setting Up Smart View
  • Inserting Oracle BI EE Views into Smart View Clients
  • Working with Views in Smart View Clients
  • Copying and Pasting Oracle BI EE Objects
  • Creating and Publishing Views Using the View Designer

Creating and Using Action Links and Actions

  • Enabling BI Navigation
    • Log in to Oracle BI EE and Create an Analysis
    • Add an Action Link to the Analysis
    • Test the Action Link
    • Save the Action in the Presentation Catalog
  • Enabling Web Navigation and Passing Parameters
    • Set the Action Link to Display Conditionally
  • Creating a New Action
    • Execute the Action
  • Creating a Web Service Action
  • Consuming Actions

Creating and Deploying Custom Styles, Skin, and Messages in Oracle BI 11g

  • Deploying analyticsRes and developing a Custom Skin
    • Exposing a Static Directory in WebLogic Server
    • Deploying a Custom Skin
  • Deploying a Custom Style
  • Deploying Custom Messages

Sending Alerts in Oracle BI EE 11g by Using Oracle BI Delivers

  • Installing the ArGoSoft Mail Server
  • Configuring the eMail Client
  • Creating a New Analysis
  • Creating a Condition-Based Agent/Alert
  • Verifying the Mail Client for the Agent/Alert

Getting Started with Oracle BI Publisher 11g (11.1.1.6.0)

  • General Navigation and Preferences
    • Logging in to Oracle BI Publisher and Navigating Through the Home Page
    • Browsing the Catalog and Viewing Reports
    • Managing Favorites
    • Creating a New Folder
    • Uploading a Resource to the Catalog
    • Setting My Account Preferences
    • Configuring the Data Sources
  • Creating a Data Model
  • Creating Reports
  • Creating Report Jobs / Scheduling Reports

Exploring Advanced Features of Oracle BI Publisher 11g

  • Creating a Master Detail Report (Creating Detailed Summary Reports)
    • Creating Reports with Consistent Look and Feel Using Subtemplates
    • Digitally Signing and Securing PDF Documents
    • Bursting
    • Translating Reports
    • Creating a Data Model with Multiple Data Sets
  • Creating RTF Templates Using BI Publisher 11g Template Builder for Word
    • Installing Template Builder and Exploring the Template Builder User Interface
    • Building an RTF Template in Offline Mode
    • Building an RTF Template in Online Mode
    • Working with a Pivot Table in an Existing RTF Template
    • Using Template Builder Utilities: Field Browser, Validate Template, and Check Accessibility
    • Setting Configuration Options for Template Builder
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: Install and Integrate BI Publisher
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: Implement the BI Publisher Security Model
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c: Create a BI Publisher Report

Financial Reporting 11.1.2

  • Managing User POVs
  • Building Rolling Forecast Reports
  • Scheduling Batch-Bursting Options
  • Replacing Text Function Parameters with the Current Keyword
  • Retrieving Data from Multiple Database Connections
  • Selecting Members with Advanced Expressions
  • Using ERP Integrator Drill Through from Financial Reporting

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