MDS XML versus MUDE Part 3: Configuring MDS XML with Git

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013 by

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 fair assessment on both sides. For a recap, here are three properties that I think any metadata layer development (and really… any development period) should adhere to: Multiple users should […]

Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 5: Complex Facts

Monday, March 25th, 2013 by

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 getting content on the blog. Actually… the main reason I’m putting this one to bed is I have some exciting posts planned in the coming months, and I feel guilty […]

Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 4: Complex Dimensions

Friday, December 14th, 2012 by

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 Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 2: Aliases Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 3: Simple Dimensions and Facts Combining Entities In the last post on Simple Dimensions and Facts, […]

Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 3: Simple Dimensions and Facts

Friday, October 26th, 2012 by

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 length of time from start to finish. I don’t think that’s a record anyone is actively pursuing, nor am I proud to (possibly) be the record holder, so my apologies […]

Using OBIEE against Transactional Schemas Part 2: Aliases

Wednesday, August 8th, 2012 by

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 come aboard, which has required a lot of my time (and which I have been glad to provide). We’ve also had Kscope 12, where I was a member of the […]

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