If you have written an EJB that uses a obiee report saved in the catalog as an arguement and you are trying to invoke this EJB using Actions in OBIEE 188.8.131.52 then you might get the following error.
Oracle has a process to migrate the policy store from one environment to another and is described @ http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E14571_01/core.1111/e10043/addlsecfea.htm#JISEC3593
There is no question that massive data is being generated in greater volumes than ever before. Along with the traditional data set, new data sources as sensors, application logs, IOT devices, and social networks are adding to data growth. Unlike traditional ETL platforms like Informatica, ODI, DataStage that are largely proprietary commercial products, the majority of Big ETL platforms are powered by open source.
With many execution engines, customers are always curious about their usage (more...)
We will first look at the data level security implementation and then extend it to object level security.
Data Level Security:
Data level security is usually implemented using database tables. These tables store the users and the filter (more...)
In the last week or so, we placed an updated version of the Next Generation Outline Extractor on our website. This version provides support for some updated Essbase versions, including 184.108.40.206.002, 220.127.116.11.003, and 18.104.22.168.005. More importantly, it addresses a bug where alias names were improperly associated with parent members when using the MaxL extraction source.. This bug was reported to us by a (more...)
This Business Intelligence article discusses one very important question “Have we lost the true meaning and purpose of Business Intelligence?”
In summary, it says that the bottom line for any Business Intelligence is to increase profit and performance and if done wrong it is absolute waste of time and money.
So if your management is hooked on the Big-Data wagon and fantasizing about the hidden gold behind the untapped data sources such as social (more...)
Ever wondered, how may startups or companies did Google acquire so far and how much did it pay for them?
But the main question is, what happened to the acquired companies? Was it all waste of money?
With the recent re-structuring, Google became a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., which now owns most of the parts.
In this analysis, we will visualize the relation between the Age at Presidency, State of Birth and birth sign.
This example will use a simple table structure in SQL Server though the concepts are the same when using Oracle, DB2, and most other relational databases. The example will use a simple Dodeca (more...)
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"I'm smart; you're dumb. I'm big; you're small. I'm right; you're wrong. And there's nothing you can do about it."
Thus spake Harry Wormwood in the movie "Matilda". This well could be the message that robots will have for us in the not too distant future. The dramatic improvements in the speed, the (more...)
The hourly rate in any consulting business or practice increases by the years of experience in the field.
Bigfoot and UFO remain elusive but know their ways to make news from time to time.
Olive Garden is one of the favorite destination for Italian food and today we got hold of the entire Olive Garden menu along with their nutrition data.
A typical meal at Olive Garden starts with a drink, appetizers [free bread sticks], main dish and finally the desert.
So going in the same sequence let see what the data menu for Wine and Beer has to offer.
Amount of Carbs per serving in your favorite Wine (more...)
In my project, we have a table that tells us (more...)
Open the VM and navigate to System -> Preferences -> Personal File Sharing as shown below.
Check the Share public files on network check box as shown below.
Open the Network as shown below.
Navigate to the following path
If we look into the SEC data for Microsoft and other tech companies, Microsoft spends the most in Research and Development from [by dollar]
If number of searches were an indicator for gauging the popularity of a drink between Tea, Coffee, Beer and Wine then who wins the contest?
Which drink is gaining popularity and which is losing?
Recently while working with a customer we ran into an interesting situation concerning file compression and processing time. For a system like Hadoop, file compression has been always a good way to save on space, especially when Hadoop replicates the data multiple times.
All Hadoop compression algorithms exhibit a space/time trade-off: faster compression and decompression speeds usually come at the expense of space savings. For more details about how compression is used, see https://documentation.altiscale. (more...)
Cloudera welcomes InfoCaptor as a certified partner for data analytics and visualization. InfoCaptor delivers self-service BI and analytics to data analysts and business users in enterprise organizations, enabling more users to mine and search for data that uncovers valuable business insights and maximizes value from an enterprise data hub
Rudrasoft, the software company that specializes in data analytics dashboard solutions, announced today that it has released an updated version of its popular InfoCaptor software, which (more...)