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Art of BI: Scripting OBIEE with UDML/XML (XUDML Automation?)

Christian Screen | | November 22, 2009

After my recent post on the Content Accelerator Framework and preparing for my deeper dive into the tool, I have begun looking at the inner workings of how to automate the tool for daily or weekly maintenance tasks.  This effort got me looking at some possible linkages between CAF and some existing OBIEE executables, nqXUDMLGen.exe and nqXUDMLExec.exe that reside in the ORACLEBI_HOMEServerbin directory.

Andreas from Trivadis has done a spectacular job detailing the usage of XUDML in OBIEE, here.  I have also mirrored it here.

I should be posting my additional CAF findings this month.

Trivadis also has some other cool docs on BI which I have mirrored below:

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