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Oracle Business Intelligence (OBIEE) Reports and Dashboards

Course objectives:

  • Learn the basic skills required to navigate and create content for Oracle Business Intelligence (OBI) Dashboards

Course topics:

  • Overview of Oracle Business Intelligence
  • Creating analyses (also known as requests or reports)
  • Tailoring analyses using custom formatting and calculations
  • Applying Filters to analyses and referencing saved Filters
  • Applying various output Views to analyses
  • Building Dashboards
  • Adding Prompts to analyses and Dashboards
  • Adding Action Links to analyses; drill and navigate
  • Using Session, Repository and Presentation Variables
  • Scheduling analyses using Agents
  • Web administration of the presentation catalogue (dashboards, analyses and filters)

Delegates will learn to:

  • Create interactive BI analyses (reports) with various graphical output formats e.g. charts, tables, and pivot tables
  • Arrange analyses on dashboards, and add prompts to filter results
  • Schedule analyses to push content to users when specified criteria are met

Not quite what you are looking for?

Anything missing? Want to go into more detail or add additional / advanced components, such as Data Visualizer, Scorecards or BI Publisher? Prōject can customise this course to meet your specific training needs. Please get in touch to discuss in more detail.

Please also note that this course runs for both Oracle Business Intelligence 12c with Project Analytics.  If you require training on a different version of OBI and/or a different Analytics application or you are unsure of which version you require, please get in touch and we’ll be happy to assist.

Event length: 2 days

Event cost: £930

Date and time:

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Starts: 9:30
Ends: 17:00

Location:

Strathallan House Midland Road Hemel Hempstead Hertfordshire HP2 4LS

Category: Oracle Business Intelligence

Audience:

  • Report developers
  • BI developers
  • Business community / end users
  • Business analysts
  • Support staff
  • Project and program managers/PMO
  • Functional consultants/ implementers
  • New company starters

Required prerequisites:

  • None, although a basic understanding of reporting is recommended
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