In the previous installment of this series, I gave an overview of MUDE (multi-user development environment), and described it’s strengths and weaknesses, hopefully presenting a.
I’ve finally gotten around to finishing this series… I believe it’s actually been a year in the making. I’m planning on being more proactive with.
You guessed it… more on transactional schemas. For a quick recap, here are the posts to date: Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 1: Introduction.
This could be the longest series of blog posts in Rittman Mead history… not in number of posts (this is only the third), but in.
It seems like a different life when I posted the introduction to reporting against transactional schemas. Since that time, we’ve had some exciting new customers.