The good folks from the Oracle BI development team are still hard at work making Oracle BI ubiquitous to end-users. I ran across one of the nicely hidden gems which is the updated OBIEE 11g Custom WebPart of Microsoft Sharepoint. And, although my MCTS certifications for MSSS and MSSP are still strong, I don’t have the time to test the implementation at the moment. As you know, I had previously blogged about the OBIEE and Sharepoint integration and all of those integration points still hold true for Oracle BI 11g.
If you decide to implement this please let me know how it goes. If I find the time, I’ll post back here in detail.
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