Oracle BI 11gR1: Create Analyses & Dashboards

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Course Duration: 5 days
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This course provides step-by-step instructions for creating analyses and dashboards, which compose business intelligence applications. Participants learn how to administer the Oracle BI Presentation Catalog and to build a simple Oracle BI dashboard starting with basic analyses, then adding more complexity as the course progresses. Participants learn to include pivot tables, graphs, gauges, prompts, embedded content, navigation links, and KPIs on the dashboards.

Participants also use Oracle BI Delivers to send real-time, personalized alerts to dashboards and for subscribed users. Participants use Oracle BI for Microsoft Office to integrate Oracle BI data and views in Microsoft Office presentations and spreadsheets. Participants create KPIs and add KPIs to a dashboard. Finally, they explore the use of Oracle BI Briefing Books.

Learn To:
  • Build and use views and charts in analyses
  • Build analyses
  • ent in Microsoft Office applications
  • Create and modify Oracle BI Dashboards
  • Create and work with KPIs
  • Configure, schedule, and deliver personalized alerts using Oracle BI Delivers
  • Business Analysts
  • End Users
  • Technical Consultant
  • Functional Implementer
  • Business Intelligence Developer
  • Application Developers
  • Developer
  • Technical Administrator
OBIEE 11g: Build Repositories
  • Create and modify dashboards
  • Configure Agents using Delivers to get the results of analyses and deliver them to subscribers
  • Perform administration tasks related to the development and configuration of dashboards
  • Use OBIEE for Microsoft Office to integrate OBIEE analysis and dashboard content
  • Create and modify Oracle Business Intelligence analyses
  • Use hierarchical columns in analyses and views
  • Combine analysis criteria using set operations and execute direct database requests
  • Perform pre- and post-aggregate filtering using filters, groups, and selections
  • Use Key Performance Indicators to meet business objectives
  • Build and use views and graphs in analyses
  • Add geographical mapping to analyses

Introduction to Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition

  • Introduction to Oracle BI
  • Architecture Overview

Working with Oracle Business Intelligence Analyses

  • Introduction to Oracle BI Analysis Editor
  • Oracle BI column types
  • Working with analyses in Oracle BI
  • Using advanced formatting

Administering the Presentation Catalog

  • Maintaining the Oracle BI Presentation Catalog in the Catalog page
  • Oracle BI and catalog security Overview
  • Managing security Using roles
  • Understanding security inheritance
  • Setting object permissions
  • Setting system privileges
  • Archiving catalog items

Limiting and Grouping Data in Analyses

  • Introduction to filters and selections
  • Creating, editing, and grouping filters
  • Adding prompts to analyses
  • Dynamic filtering
  • Using saved analyses as filters
  • Creating groups
  • Creating calculated items
  • Creating selection steps

Oracle Business Intelligence Analyses: Advanced Features

  • Setting analysis properties
  • Combining analysis criteria by using set operations
  • Executing direct database analyses
  • Editing logical SQL generated by an analysis
  • Creating a link to a saved analysis
  • Creating an Excel Web Query file

Working with Views and Graphs in Analyses

  • Introduction to views, graphs, and editors
  • Working with views in Compound Layouts
  • Creating and editing graphs
  • Linking master-detail views
  • Performing common view tasks

Showing Results with Gauge Views and Map Views

  • Introduction to Gauge views
  • Working with Gauge views
  • Introduction to Map views and their components
  • Creating and editing Map views

Measuring Results with Key Performance Indicators

  • Introduction to KPIs
  • Creating KPIs, setting trending, dimensionality, and thresholds
  • Introduction to KPI Watchlists
  • Creating a KPI Watchlist
  • Changing Dimensionality for a KPI Watchlist event

Showing Results With Pivot Tables

  • Introduction to pivot tables
  • Creating, arranging, and formatting a pivot table
  • Using hierarchical columns
  • Sorting in pivot tables
  • Setting aggregation and using totals
  • Showing an item's relative value
  • Building calculations and displaying running sums

Creating Oracle Business Intelligence Dashboards

  • Introduction to dashboards and dashboard pages
  • Creating and editing dashboards
  • Using the Dashboard Builder
  • Exploring dashboard oject properies and options
  • Publishing dashboard pages
  • Creating personal customizations and using other page options

Configuring Oracle Business Intelligence Dashboards

  • Types of dashboard content
  • Embedding content in dashboards

Creating Dashboard Prompts and Variables

  • Overview of variables
  • Introduction to dashboard prompts and prompt types
  • Adding a named dashboard prompt to a dashboard
  • Adding a hidden named dashboard prompt to a dashboard
  • Creating additional prompt page and setting page preferences
  • Variables and prompts
  • Adding variable prompts to a dashboard
  • Wiring dashboard prompts

Using Oracle Business Intelligence Delivers

  • Introduction to Oracle BI Delivers
  • Configuring delivery devices and adding delivery profiles
  • Introduction to alerts
  • Adding an Alert Section to a dashboard
  • Overview of Agents
  • Configuring an Agent
  • Using Analysis and KPI conditions to Deliver content with Agents
  • Subscribing to an Agent

Integrating Analyses with MS Office

  • Introduction to Oracle BI Office Add-in
  • Working with OBIEE content in Microsoft Office applications

Working with Oracle Business Intelligence Briefing Books

  • Introduction to Oracle BI Briefing Books
  • Adding Content to Briefing Books
  • Editing Briefing Books
  • Downloading and viewing Briefing Books
  • Adding a list of Briefing Books to a dashboard
  • Using Briefing Books with Oracle BI Delivers