So I previously said that the last release which was 18.104.22.168.150120 was supposed to be the last patch for OBIEE. However, on the day of Pluto Fly By, Oracle released 22.214.171.124.150714. Oracle only states that this patch only fixes a major bug for Oracle Business Intelligence Third Party with bug number 20247002. I searched for this bug and could not find relevant information.
If you are stable on 126.96.36.199.150714, then I would probably not patch to this version. For more information on Oracle Support page, you can go here.
I am integrating Essbase and OBIEE. I have few measures (accounts) as date in Essbase, such as Receipt Date etc.
Now when I fetch this in OBIEE, they appear as numbers.
How to get date measures from Essbase to OBIEE exactly the way they are sitting in Essbase?
And he’s right! They do appear as numbers. So I Googled and see how frequent this question is asked and if there were already answers I can refer him to. This is what I got!
Opps, just questions, no answers! Questions like this comes in every few years. Saptarshi actually also posted in Oracle Community too, 16 hours ago! Good job Google! As promised last night, I’m going to demystify and give you a solution to this! In return, just like my Facebook page which was just launched yesterday! Click here!
To download 188.8.131.52 click here! Also like to take this chance to congratulate KScope15 which I’m missing out this year! Hopefully Chicago KScope16 will be easier for me to get to. Remember to pay a visit to BITeamwork and being able to Collaborate in OBIEE is really a great feature!
It’s been a long while since I’ve been properly writing. A list of 184.108.40.206 features you will start using today! I will go through these features individually. Feeling excited!!!
HTML5 (New Charting Engine)
SmartView (Best Office Integration)
Treemap (New Graphics)
Prompt before Opening Dashboard (Delay Execution)
Save Column As (Saving Custom Column)
Global Variable (Saving variables or custom formula)
Taking Your OBIEE to the Next Level with SmartView VBA is meant to be for end users. Yes, it may sound techy, but with the help of macro recorders and Google it’s actually not that difficult after all. Thank you Oracle and OTN for publishing my article!!! And a special thank you to Bob Rhubart for making this happen!!!