Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (Oracle BI EE) is a comprehensive set of enterprise business intelligence tools and infrastructure, including a scalable and efficient query and analysis server, an ad-hoc query and analysis tool, interactive dashboards, proactive intelligence and alerts, real-time predictive intelligence, and an enterprise reporting engine. Oracle BI EE is designed to bring greater business visibility and insight to a wide variety of users.

The components of Oracle BI EE share a common service-oriented architecture, data access services, analytic and calculation infrastructure, metadata management services, semantic business model, security model and user preferences, and administration tools. Oracle BI EE provides scalability and performance with data-source specific optimized request generation, optimized data access, advanced calculation, intelligent caching services, and clustering.

This guide is part of the documentation set for Oracle BI EE. This guide contains information about developing Oracle BI EE-based applications and integrations between Oracle BI EE and other Oracle systems.


This document is intended for application developers, data service providers, and middle tier administrators who want to programatically access and use the Oracle BI EE components and use them to create applications or integrations with other components.

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g Release 1 (11.1.1) documentation set:


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