OBIEE BUNDLE PATCH 22.214.171.124.140415
The Patch is platform specific and is available for:
IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-bit)
MS Windows (32-bit)
MS Windows (64-bit)
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
Oracle Solaris on x86-64 (64-bit)
This patch set is available for Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 126.96.36.199.0, 188.8.131.52.1, 184.108.40.206.131017, 220.127.116.11.140114 and 18.104.22.168.140225.
This is provided as single Bundle Patch Patch 18283508 and is comprised of the following:
Patch 16913445 – 1 of 8 Oracle BI Installer (BIINST)
Patch 18290942 – 2 of 8 Oracle BI Publisher (BIP)
Patch 17891247 – 3 of 8 EPM Components Installed from BI Installer 22.214.171.124.0 (BIFNDNEPM)
Patch 18291001 – 4 of 8 Oracle BI Server (BIS)
Patch 18290979 – 5 of 6 Oracle BI Presentation Services (BIPS)
Patch 17300045 – 6 of 8 Oracle Real-Time Decisions (RTD)
Patch 16997936 – 7 of 8 Oracle BI ADF Components (BIADFCOMPS)
Patch 18291015 – 8 of 8 Oracle BI Platform Client Installers and MapViewer
NOTE: Also required to be downloaded:
There as a recent post saying that OBIEE is poorly ranked for Enterprise Reporting. Yes, it probably might not be the best. However, if BI Foundation Suite is purchased, then it really depends on the vendor if they implement correctly. Dashboard is a dashboard which is good for interactive reporting, data analysis, drilling. It isn’t the best idea for enterprise reporting though.
Let’s take a look at BI Survey and what they have for BIFS.
Pravin Khadakkar shares his experience in adding new fonts in OBIEE. Hope he will carry on to defaulting them in skins and styles.
Yup yup, we’ve all been waiting!!!
And you still want the link iOS link? Here it is too!
Some more information directly from Oracle.
And a video from Nilson Group here!
OBIEE FusionCharts Part4 – FusionCharts Configuration
A quick link to previous parts:
I have been extremely busy lately with a couple of POCs as well as working on Dodeca and Essbase, hence the delay of Part 4. I should of guess that you probably worked your way finishing it off by going to the FusionCharts documentation page here and the knowledge base here. I would still go through basics of configuring charts to get you guys started. If you need further skills on this, please refer back to FusionChart documentation since they are extremely easy to follow!!! At least much easier than any Oracle documentation.