Running the OBIEE Administratiol tool on Unix using Wine

Sunday, December 13th, 2009 by

The other day I was playing with getting OWB11gR2, which at the time of this writing, has only been released under Linux and Solaris, to run under Windows. In the pursuing comments Jon Mead threw down the gauntlet and asked if I could figure out a way to run the OBIEE Administration tool under Linux. […]

OWB11gR2 on Windows?

Thursday, December 10th, 2009 by

So, OWB 11g R2 is out now, and has been for a few weeks – ever since the database version was released. But as a Windows version of the database hasn’t been released yet we are also stuck with Linux version version of OWB. Or are we? If you think about it, OWB is an […]

More on High Availability: BI Publisher and BI Server authentication

Friday, April 3rd, 2009 by

I recently wrote up the various steps involved in setting up OBIEE in a cluster, here and here I was recently asked by a client to outline the steps for setting up BI Publisher with a cluster. If you installed BI Publisher during the OBI installation you most likely have the default BIP security model […]

OUGN Spring Seminar 2009

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 by

I had the fortune to attend and present at the Oracle User Group Norway Spring Seminar 2009. The event took place on the grand Color Magic cruiseferry. Though most of the presentations were delivered in Norwegian there was also an English speaking track with presenters such as Oracle Ace Directors Dan Morgan and Sten Vesterli […]

OBIEE High Availability – Presentation Services and Scheduler

Monday, February 2nd, 2009 by

Continuing from my previous post, I’d like to talk about how to configure and set up High Availability (HA) for the Presentation Services (PS) and the Scheduler. Presentation Services With the BI services already set up in a clustered mode, managed by the Cluster Controller, the next step is to configure a new Cluster-aware ODBC […]

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