Why and How to use Oracle Metadata Management 12c. Part 2: Importing and Relating Metadata

Thursday, February 26th, 2015 by

In the first post of this series we have seen how to install and configure OEEM to start working with it. In this new post we are going to see how we import the metadata into OEMM from different sources like Oracle Database, OBIEE, ODI and OWB and then relate all of them inside OEMM. […]

Why and How to use Oracle Metadata Management 12c. Part 1: Getting Started

Thursday, January 15th, 2015 by

At OOW 2014, Oracle announced the new Oracle Metadata Management solution and later in the middle of October released its first version – OMM 12.1.3.0.0 At the end of November of 2014, the second version was released -OMM 12.1.3.1.0- with new features and some bugs fixed. But first things first, what is Oracle Metadata Management? […]

Getting The Users’ Trust – Part 1

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 by

Looking back over some of my truly ancient Rittman Mead blogs (so old in fact that they came with me when I joined the company soon after Rittman Mead was launched), I see recurrent themes on why people “do” BI and what makes for successful implementations. After all, why would an organisation wish to invest […]

Using Groovy instead of WLST for OBIEE Systems Management

Monday, February 17th, 2014 by

I remember some years back when Rittman Mead first received the OBIEE 11g beta and I tried installing it for the first time. It was a nightmare. If you think the 11.1.1.3 release was challenging, you should have tried working with any one of the betas. It was with these first few releases that Weblogic […]

Automated RPD Builds with OBIEE

Monday, February 3rd, 2014 by

Introduction Some time ago, I wrapped up a four-part series on using MDS XML as a basis for RPD development. Of course… you can (re-) read the blog posts to get up to speed on the concept… but I’ll offer a quick refresher here. Using an XML-based “data-store” for our RPD allows us the ability […]

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