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you should always have your own development environment where you can test your implementation and Proof of Concepts on before the client development team has access to it. Our development team has initially installed the Sample App v511 for OBIEE 12C on their windows machines in order to implement all Proof of Concepts, including OBIEE 12C new features, to fulfill our client requirements.
Users of BITeamwork can now rejoice! BITeamwork for Oracle BI 12c is now GA.
This comes on the heels of now having dozens of OBIEE customers now using the Oracle BI BITeamwork collaboration tool for commenting on OBIEE Dashboards, annotating Oracle BI reports, and justifying their data from Hyperion or other data stores with commentary that can be exported, or published in to templates.
Although there are so many areas in analytics where a company can leverage BITeamwork, I have put together a short list of use cases we see our existing customers using BITeamwork for assisting with their EPM or pure analytics processes and workflows. We think these will work within any Oracle BI and Oracle Hyperion customer’s […]
In the 3.8.1 version of BITeamwork, we’ve provided a new approach using JSON to provide a very seldom used configuration option to those implementations that need special SSL Print Functionality. A good use case for this is for implementations that are using SSL and have a custom SSL handler or if they wish to create […]
We are pushing towards are our 4.0 release which will be a huge release for our customers and our development team. On the road there we’ve decided to release this key release for BITeamwork which brings in OBIEE 220.127.116.11 support.
Since Oracle BI 11g was released it has sought as to use the /analyticsRes folder of the default OBIEE 11g implementation to store media and programmatic scripting files as a best practice. Although you could create a different folder named arbitrarily, containing a WEB-INF folder with web.xml file to denote it is a JEE deployable […]